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WSU student receives IEEE Power & Energy Society scholarship

 
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New student regent named to
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Washington Research Foundation donates $1.65 million to support WSU and UW graduate students.

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Educational psychology doctoral
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A Bear in Your Sight is Worth Two in the Bush
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Doctoral Student Researches Language and Technology to Help Others

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Horticulturist Explores Genetics of Resistance to Fire Blight in Apples

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Grad Student in Civil Engineering Detects Damage Inside Concrete

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  • Washington Research Foundation donates $1.65 million to support WSU and UW graduate students.

    Tick-borne disease. Brain disorders. Increasing demands for clean, sustainable water. Washington State University graduate students are finding solutions to these problems – and more – with the support of the Washington Research Foundation. And thanks to the foundation’s most recent gift, emerging scientists at WSU and UW will be supported for years to come.

    Washington Research Foundation (WRF) recently donated $1.65 million to support ARCS Foundation Seattle Chapter endowments held at WSU and UW, with the intention to fund annual ARCS scholar awards at both universities in perpetuity.

    This gift deepens WRF’s long-standing commitment to supporting graduate students who conduct transformative research with … » More …

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  • A Bear in Your Sight is Worth Two in the Bush

    By Carla De Lira and Cynthia Hollenbeck

    If you’ve ever hiked in the wilderness and seen a large object nearby, you may have asked yourself, “Was that a bear or a bush?” To master’s student in natural resource sciences at Washington State University, Cullen Anderson, the question is an important component of his research. Cullen studies how the black bear population data from North Cascades National Park in Washington state can provide important information for park management decision making. Cullen Anderson with Bear Decoy at North Cascades National ParkCullen Anderson carrying one of his bear decoys for his
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  • Doctoral Student Researches Language and Technology to Help Others

    By Elle Ciaciuch O’Neill and Cynthia Hollenbeck

    Jose Riera, Ph.D. candidate in Washington State University’s College of Education, focuses his research on developing computer applications to help foreign language learners, immigrants, and individuals with communicative disabilities to improve their pronunciation skills. According to Jose, there are 1 billion foreign language learners, 275 million immigrants, and 550 million individuals with communicative disabilities worldwide. With these numbers, Jose hopes this research will make a notable impact on the language-learning world.

    One of the main challenges for second language learners is understanding and articulating unfamiliar new sounds in their target language. Jose believes that by providing these learners … » More …

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