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- New deanMatthew Jockers named dean of the College of Arts and SciencesJockers is currently a professor of English and associate dean for research and partnerships in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Nebraska and will begin at WSU on Aug. 1
- Prestigious awardChemical engineering student is WSU’s first NOAA Hollings Scholarship winnerThe $19,000 award provides a 10-week paid summer internship at a NOAA facility and funds travel to present at two scientific conferences.
- Faculty honorsTwo faculty receive prestigious NSF CAREER research rewardsThe awards provide substantial, long-term support to pre-tenure teacher-scholars.
- Academic successStudent-athletes shine in the classroomSeven of WSU’s intercollegiate athletic programs posted perfect single-year Academic Progress Rate figures.
- Expanding frontiersWSU research heads to International Space Station University scientists are getting two laboratories in outer space.
- Restoring native plant populationsTri-Cities team researching use of fungi to restore native plant populations The researchers are inoculating seedlings with native soil microbes, which are then transplanted into a restoration site.
- Working for better health outcomesNatural cures combined with biomedical devices prompt bone health, growthThe research could be important for the millions of Americans who suffer from injuries or bone diseases like osteoporosis.
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