WSU Concert Choir

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WSU Concert Choir: Practice Makes Perfect
 

Rare Disease Linked to Speech Disorder

Nancy Potter

Nancy Potter spent last summer doing research on communication disorders in children with galactosemia, a rare disorder that affects one in 53,000 people in the United States.
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Liberal Arts Faculty Receive NSF Grants

NSF grants

The environment, global collaboration, and undergraduate education all stand to benefit from two separate projects headed by WSU researchers and recently funded by the National Science Foundation.
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Highlight Student Finds New Path to Success

Lynnea Braun

The road that led Lynnea Braun to the stage of WSU's Beasley Coliseum as a commencement highlight student was one marked by highs, lows, and one particularly sharp hairpin turn.
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Retired Professor's Gifts Come from the Heart

Siler paints mural in downtown Pullman

The Pullman community spent the summer watching Patrick Siler create an outdoor mural downtown, a 25-foot image of a rural "Main Street" with people sitting in a plaza playing checkers while whimsical sea horses and turtles float above.
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Federal Stimulus Grant Funds Psychology Professor's Marijuana Study

Michael Morgan

The research examines whether use of cannabinoids with anti-pain medications such as morphine provides better pain relief than either drug alone. This research could be especially relevant for patients suffering with severe or chronic pain.
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Red Light Turns Green for Recent Grad

Sandibel Borges

Sandibel Borges graduated from WSU with two degrees, one minor, and two study abroad experiences under her belt, but her academic career has only just begun.
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Curbing Aggressive Driving

Aggressive driving

There's something about youth and speed and cars. Criminal justice graduate student Yu-Sheng Lin tapped into it in his study of risky and aggressive driving behaviors.
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Message from the Dean

Dean Epperson expresses gratitude for the people that matter most to the college.

WSU Takes Fresh Approach to Training Scientists

It takes a team to solve really complex science problems. That's why the NSF has funded WSU for three projects that transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries.

Remembering Lance LeLoup

The accomplished political scientist's legacy will live on through a new WSU scholarship fund.

Lawrence Project Published

Virginia Crosswhite Hyde, professor emeritus of English, has completed a ten-year project collecting and editing the essays D. H. Lawrence wrote in America about Southwestern and Mexican Indians.

A Visit with Julia Child's Biographer

Julie and Julia debuted in theaters around the country this August, and there's a role in the film without which the movie might be completely different. It's alumna Noel Riley Fitch's biography of Julia Child, Appetite for Life.

Imagine U at WSU

Alumni help WSU recruiters reach out to high school students.

Honoring Jim Short

Friends and colleagues celebrated sociologist James F. Short Jr. at the rededication of Wilson-Short Hall September 18.

DDP Grad Hits a High Note

The eighty musicians had finished tuning up. More than 1,300 people waited. Russ Martin had never conducted before. Despite the pressure, his heartbeat remained adagio.

 

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