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- New deanMatthew Jockers named dean of the College of Arts and SciencesJockers is currently a professor of English and associate dean for research and partnerships in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Nebraska and will begin at WSU on Aug. 1
- Design excellenceInterior design students sweep Retail Design Institute competitionWSU’s students competed against entries from dozens of design schools across the United States.
- Top scientistsResearchers named to Washington State Academy of SciencesNew members are chosen in part in recognition of their outstanding record of scientific achievement.
- Advancing plant scienceResearchers test nanocrystals to prevent frost damage in tree fruitsThe groundbreaking nanotechnology is showing positive results in initial tests.
- International honorVirologist chosen to receive Humboldt Research AwardThe honor recognizes Hanu Pappu’s significant career contributions in the field of plant pathology.
- Evolutionary new chapterVeteran curator from Seattle arts community to head Schnitzer Museum of Art Creative strategist and cultural entrepreneur Robin Held will begin her new duties August 7.
- Sustainable resourcesResearchers use coal waste to create sustainable concreteThe advance tackles two major environmental problems at once by making use of coal production waste and by significantly reducing the environmental impact of concrete production.
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