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- Academic achievementVancouver junior, Cowlitz Tribe member awarded national Udall ScholarshipEmma Johnson, a cultural anthropology major at WSU Vancouver, is the fifth WSU student to be awarded a Udall Scholarship since 2015. Johnson plans to serve her tribe following completion of her education.
- International collaborationWSU, Australian scientists partner to form Joint Center for Ag RoboticsThe partnership joins expertise in automation solutions with leading robotics research.
- 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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