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- Leading researchHow do tiny bits of plastic slip into drinking water? Researchers have found how nanoscale particles of plastic move through the environment, and are eyeing new ways to trap and remove them.
- Noteworthy achievementNeuroscience student named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports ScholarJunior Savanna Ly Nguyen was one of just 10 female student-athletes in the country to receive the award, which honors excellence in academic and athletic pursuits.
- COVID-19 policyVaccine requirements in Fall 2021 for students and employees WSU will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for the 2021-22 academic year for all students and intends to extend requirement to all employees engaging in activities at a WSU campus or location.
- Pandemic responseQuestions about the COVID-19 vaccine? In a new series of two-minute videos, infectious disease expert Dr. Guy Palmer delivers practical, easy-to-understand answers.
- Sustainable resourcesUsing seafood waste to improve concreteResearchers are exploring how waste from shrimp and crab shells could make concrete more durable and reduce carbon emissions in its production.
- Future physiciansWSU medical residents to train in Pullman The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine has earned accreditation to start its first family medicine residency program in Pullman, based at Pullman Regional Hospital.
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