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Passion

A fish at heart, Emily Hall’s passion for science started in the water and it’s started her on the path to saving the wetlands.

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Yes, there are alternatives to violent struggles, tragic shootings, and hands on force.

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Perseverance

From Army medic to up-and-coming winemaker, Robb Zimmel has done what most are afraid to do: He took a chance and pursued his dream.

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Without the help of others, Kathryn Meier wouldn't be where she is today. As a result, she works every day to pay it forward by supporting future generations of scientists and innovators.

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Business to organic agriculture. Communication to neuroscience. Courses taught by renowned professors. Learn why nearly a quarter-million students in the past 125 years have pursued future success by earning a WSU degree.

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  • April 29 Last day of spring semester classes
  • May 2 Final exams begin
  • May 7 Commencement (Pullman, Tri-Cities, Vancouver, Everett, online)

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