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- RESEARCH MATTERSGrad student’s 2016 election map burrows into neighborhood resultsThe meticulous effort is believed to be the first map of its type to examine the 2016 presidential election results.
- BUILDING COMMUNITYUniversity launches new initiative to create a more welcoming campus culture and climateAn external review of diversity efforts and creation of system-wide committees are among the actions planned.
- OPPORTUNITY AND EQUITYNew research indicates sexual stereotypes can lead to unhealthy sexual relationshipsThe study was completed by the WSU Murrow Center for Media & Health Promotion Research.
- BOOSTING COLLEGE ACCESSFederal grant allows WSU to expand Upward Bound programs to western WashingtonProgram that helps low income and first generation college students will expand to Vancouver and Bremerton.
- SUSTAINING HEALTHScientists look for practices to thwart antimicrobial resistanceEfforts focused on Africa, drug resistant tuberculosis and other bacteria.
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