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- Yes, it’s possibleMaking higher education affordable and achievableThey may be rivals on the field, but Washington State University and the University of Washington are teaming up on a campaign to remind Washingtonians that higher education is affordable and achievable.
- Improving human healthWSU Spokane to establish Steve Gleason Institute for NeuroscienceThe partnership will focus on innovative care and cures for brain diseases, including Parkinson’s and ALS, that affect millions of Americans.
- World-class educationThree online programs ranked among the nation’s bestThe U.S. News & World Report rankings include WSU’s online MBA program, the Global Campus, and the online master’s program in engineering and technology management among the top online programs available.
- National honorStudent wins national engineering intern awardGraduate student Mathew Hunt was named student intern of the year by the American Society of Engineering’s Cooperative and Experiential Education Division.
- Advancing digital intelligenceScientist recognized as AI pioneer by Connected World magazineManoj Karkee and his team solve challenges in agriculture using robotics, automation, and smart technology.
- Smart-home technologyWSU smart home tests first elder care robotScientists have created a robot that could help the elderly with dementia and other limitations live independently in their own homes.
- Boosting the health of plantsPlant immune response blueprint found; disease resistance targetedThe discovery paves the way to potential breakthroughs in breeding resistance to diseases or pests.
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- Feb. 19 Lecture: “Corporate Environmentalism?” Pullman
- Feb. 19 Lecture: “The Politics of the Carbon Tax” Pullman
- Feb. 19 Faculty Artist Series: Music Gathering Dust Pullman
- Feb. 20 Lecture: “The Intersection of Climate Change and Human Health” Pullman
- Feb. 20 Men’s basketball vs. Colorado Pullman
- Feb. 22 Women’s tennis vs. Brigham Young & Seattle Pullman
- Feb. 23 Men’s basketball vs. Utah Pullman
- February 18 President’s Day (classes not held; university offices open)
- February 27 Mid-term grade submission ends
- March 1 Deadline to apply for a graduate degree
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