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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.
- A welcoming environmentNew initiatives highlight commitment to gender inclusivityAs part of its institutional commitment to inclusivity, the University has embarked on several initiatives focused on improving the transgender community experience.
- Significant milestoneCarson College of Business marks presentation of 1,000th online MBA degreeThe Carson College was one of the first accredited business schools in the nation to offer online MBA programs, which are consistently listed as among the nation’s best.
- Protecting the environmentBiodegradable plastic mulch could help environment, increase yieldJessica Goldberger’s goal is to help farmers grow crops more sustainably and curb global dependence on wasteful, perpetual plastic.
- State honorCougar Athletics receives public citizen award for mental health awareness effortsThe Washington State Psychological Association selected WSU for the award based on several initiatives the athletic department introduced to address the mental health needs of student athletes.
- Improving human healthResearchers create wearable 3D-printed glucose biosensorsThe research could lead to improved glucose monitors for millions of people who suffer from diabetes.
- Support for leading industryImproving tree fruit industry produce, profits focus of new endowed chair Carolina Torres, a horticulturist and WSU alumna, has been named the University’s first Endowed Chair in Tree Fruit Postharvest Systems.
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