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WSU welcomes new provost Mitzi Montoya
- Visionary LeadershipMitzi Montoya welcomed as new provost and executive vice presidentThe experienced higher education leader and innovator will start August 1 to help guide strategic planning, lead WSU’s academic mission, and build partnerships with campus and community stakeholders across all of WSU.
- Innovative technologyTeam receives national award for design of drywall waste building blocksThe researchers from the School of Design and Construction received an American Institute of Architects R & D award for innovation in architectural technology.
- Empowering victimsCollege of Nursing faculty member honored for work to aid victims of sexual assaultWendy Williams-Gilbert was honored for her efforts to expand training for sexual assault examinations in Eastern Washington.
- Serving WashingtoniansMedical school achieves another milestoneThe Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine received provisional accreditation in late June—the third of four major steps involved in reaching full accreditation.
- Improving healthScientist Min Du receives national honor for discoveries addressing obesity, improving animal healthThe American Society of Animal Science is honoring Du, professor and Endowed Chair in Growth Biology in the Department of Animal Sciences.
- Answering national needsUniversity to lead national center to address transportation infrastructureWSU received a $7.5 million grant to lead a national transportation center focused on improving the durability and extending the lifespan of the nation’s transportation infrastructure.
- Seeking new solutionsResearch indicates precision pruning can help machines harvest apples efficientlyThe WSU scientists conducting the research recently won an award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
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