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- New deanNew CAS dean blends humanities, arts, sciencesLeading literary scholar and data scientist Matthew Jockers, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences since August 1, brings more than 20 years of experience as a successful educator, administrator, scholar, entrepreneur, and tech industry insider. His collaborations span disciplines from bioinformatics and history to engineering, political science, physics, and more.
- Interdisciplinary learningProgram offers students real-world entrepreneurship skillsThe Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute helps students learn the ins and outs of entrepreneurship.
- Historic findDiscoveries may hold key to an ongoing American West conflictA research team unearthed a U.S. government document from 1870 and several supporting records that shed new light on conflicting claims about historical use and ownership of large swaths of southwestern Montana and northwestern Wyoming.
- Sustainable resourcesEnvironmentally friendly farming practices used by nearly 1/3 of world’s farmsResearch paper co-athor John Reganold helped identify farming systems that meet sustainable intensification guidelines and analyze the data.
- World healthWSU scientist joins CDC group in battling insect-borne diseasesJohn Stark, director of the Washington Stormwater Center at the WSU Puyallup Research & Extension Center, is part of a work group looking at diseases such as West Nile Virus and Zika, and how to prevent them.
- Holistic approachSustainably beating fruit orchard pests aim of new WSU entomologist Tobin Northfield’s efforts will support Washington’s more than $3 billion a year tree fruit industry.
- Improving human healthWSU Spokane researchers develop potential drugs to help curb smokingThe researchers hope the drugs can help people reduce their consumption of tobacco, if not quit altogether.
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