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- VISIT THE PULLMAN CAMPUSTour campus and see a Pac-12 football gameExperience the excitement of a Cougar football game! Join us for an unforgettable Saturday in Pullman with a Game Day tour. You can check out campus while learning about the admission process, financial aid, and more. After the tour, cheer on the Cougs in a Pac-12 faceoff at Martin Stadium. Register now!
- New spring wheatRyan, WSU’s elite new wheat for the noodle market, is a big hitThe wheat is winning over Northwest farmers and grain buyers across the Pacific, thanks to its surprising ability to create an outstanding fresh noodle.
- Solving real-world problemsWSU Everett team gets Energy Department invite to national competitionThe interdisciplinary team of students is one of 12 collegiate teams selected to participate in the 2020 Collegiate Wind Competition.
- Land-grant heritageSteadfast support for our DACA studentsWSU unequivocally supports all students, regardless of their immigration status. This commitment is grounded in our longstanding institutional heritage of accessible higher education.
- Serving the underservedResearchers studying Alzheimer’s and dementia factors among Native populationsWSU Health Sciences researchers will use a new $9.6 million federal grant to carry out the study of American Indian and Alaska Native people living in urban areas.
- Helping preservice teachersEducation doctoral student wins $15,000 sisterhood scholarshipRoxanne Moore, who is earning her Ph.D. in math and science education, has been dedicating her efforts to helping WSU preservice teachers become better math teachers.
- Leading researchWSU researchers grow citrus disease bacteria in the labBeing able to grow the elusive and poorly understood bacterium will make it easier for researchers to find treatments for the destructive disease.
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