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- Recognizing architect’s workHirzel projects featured in top architectural exhibitionHis buildings strive to bring balance between architecture and landscape—working with the environment instead of against it.
- New head coachCougars name Kamie Ethridge women’s basketball coachEthridge arrives in Pullman following four seasons as the head coach at the University of Northern Colorado, leading the Bears to their first NCAA Tournament appearance this past season.
- Addressing environmental challengesResearchers create microparticles that could help save honey beesThe microscopic particle created by WSU researchers attracts pesticides.
- Ensuring access to collegeNew program will provide college experience for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities The College of Education program seeks to empower students to become self-determined, independent adults.
- Providing food for future generationsRemoving plant enzyme could result in faster growth, more food Three WSU researchers recently received a grant to figure out how phosphorylase, an enzyme that plants and animals both have, works with photosynthesis.
- Addressing environmental challengesResearchers build sensors to help drought-stricken BrazilThe research team has developed a cost-effective tool that will measure the groundwater in the drought-prone state of Ceará in northeast Brazil.
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