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- COVID-19 RESPONSEWSU community rallies to protect public health and wellbeingAs COVID-19 bears down on Washington, WSU faculty, staff, and students have united to solve problems and serve the common good.
- Health careIncreased access to primary care doctors saves livesA new report shows that adding access to just one physician per 10,000 people lowers mortality rates.
- Clean energyCreating a ready supply of renewable energy—affordablyA new cost-effective water-splitting method can be used to store solar and wind energy as hydrogen fuel, making energy available even when the sun and wind are not.
- Digital literacyDetect coronavirus misinformation in 30 secondsA WSU professor educates the public on how to easily spot misinformation circulating on social media.
- Supporting studentsWSU welcomes Concordia University-Portland studentsAs Concordia University-Portland closes after this semester, WSU offers in-state tuition to their currently enrolled students who transfer to Washington State.
- Community actionMedical students lend a hand to healthcare professionalsWSU and University of Washington medical students in Spokane have joined forces to offer childcare, grocery pickup, and other support services.
- Land-grant heritageSteadfast support for our DACA studentsWSU unequivocally supports all students, regardless of their immigration status. This commitment is grounded in our longstanding institutional heritage of accessible higher education.
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- Mar. 30 Canceled: Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA) Pullman
- Mar. 31 Postponed: Keynote with artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez Pullman
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