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- History in the makingESPN’s College GameDay comes to PullmanIt’s sure to go down in Cougar lore as one of the biggest events in WSU history. That’s right, ESPN will originate its iconic GameDay broadcast from Pullman for the first time prior to Saturday’s Pac-12 showdown with the Oregon Ducks. Here’s the scoop.
- Weekend festivitiesPlenty of options for campus visitorsFrom gourmet ice cream to art exhibitions, bear viewing, and home volleyball matches, visitors to the Palouse will experience a weekend to remember.
- Improving human health$2.2 million gift creates School of Molecular Biosciences graduate fellowshipsThe fellowship will be awarded to graduate students who are focused on health research.
- Clean energy technology$2M DOE grant supports efforts to improve hydrogen fuel efficiencyWSU researchers will work with Plug Power Inc., a leading hydrogen fuel cell system manufacturer.
- Protecting the food supplyFungus provides powerful medicine in fighting honeybee virusesA mushroom extract fed to honeybees greatly reduces virus levels, according to research conducted by WSU scientists, the USDA, and a private company.
- World-class academicsInternational business program ranked in top 15 nationallyThe ranking by U.S. News & World Report continues WSU’s tradition of excellence in international business of more than 25 years.
- Difference makerWSU loses friend and donor Paul AllenAllen, who attended WSU from 1971-74, provided the lead gift to establish the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health.
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