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- Computing innovationHoney holds potential for making brain-like computer chipsWSU scientists identify a sweet solution to develop environmentally friendly components for neuromorphic computers.
- Statewide partnership builderNew dean named for College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource SciencesSelected following a national search, Wendy Powers will join WSU on Aug. 15.
- Apply NowWe want you at WSUFall 2022 applications are now open. Learn how you can become a #FutureCoug today.
- Research HonorsTwo WSU faculty named to National Academy of SciencesBiochemistry Professor John Browse and anthropology Professor Tim Kohler recognized for research achievements.
- Ukraine crisisSupporting our international community WSU stands in solidarity with the international community in condemning the attacks on Ukraine. Resources are available for students, faculty, and staff seeking support.
- CommencementRegalia and graduation announcementsQuestions regarding your regalia and graduation announcements? If you have not received your regalia for commencement yet, it may be waiting for you at your WSU campus bookstore.
- Strengthening infrastructureNano-engineered sealer leads to more durable concreteResearchers have engineered a sealer that protects concrete from moisture and salt—top causes of crumbling concrete infrastructure in northern states.
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