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- Opportunity and EquityResearchers chart rising wealth inequality across millenniaA Washington State University anthropologist led researchers from 13 other institutions in a Nature study finding that the arc of prehistory bends towards economic inequality.
- Driver SafetyNew website offers resources for Thanksgiving break travelThe Safe Driver website is a one-stop shop for road travel information. Enjoy your holiday travels, and #BeSafeCougs!
- ADVANCING OPPORTUNITYWSU Tri-Cities awarded $11.7M GEAR UP grant for post-secondary educationThe award will help the University prepare students in low-income schools in southeastern Washington to enter and succeed in post-secondary education.
- NATIONAL KUDOSStudents win national design, construction competitionThe students were competing in the Design-Build Institute of America’s national student competition.
- SUSTAINABLE RESOURCESResearcher finds huge carbon sink exists in soil minerals.The finding could help offset the rising greenhouse-gas emissions helping warm the Earth’s climate.
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