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Rachel Ellenwood hasn’t followed a traditional path to earning a bachelor’s degree. But thanks to helping hands and her own inner fire, she’s soaring toward her dream.

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From the beginning of sustainable agriculture research, to the nation’s first organic major, a vision for the future of food unfolds


From the highways of Earth to the seas of Titan, WSU Ph.D. student Ian Richardson is on a quest to improve the state of our planet and push the boundaries of space.


Like many, Arron Carter was born curious. He's combined that trait with a strong belief in teamwork as he now works to feed millions.

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Simulating cybersecurity attacks to protect the smart grid


As a child, Susmita Bose embraced her mother’s mantra: hard work can deliver unimagined rewards. Bose encourages students to follow the same blueprint for success.

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