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2021 graduate working to improve life for people with disabilities

New WSU Vancouver graduate Abby Griffith testified before two state legislative committees this spring about the importance of public transportation for people with disabilities.
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Petting therapy dogs enhances thinking skills of stressed college students

New WSU research finds programs exclusively focused on petting therapy dogs improved stressed-out students’ thinking and planning skills.
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WSU student honors lost friends through fashion

Tragedy changed the path of Jansen Garside, taking him from uncertainty to his true creative calling. A 2021 graduate of Washington State University’s Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design, and Textiles, Garside chose a career in…
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Scientists follow bees to study colony survival

WSU researchers and partners join the journey of pollination to get a clearer picture of colony health.
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Shining bright: CAHNRS announces 2021 faculty/staff award winners

11 individuals and 1 team of 14 are the CAHNRS 2021 Faculty and Staff Award winners for their exceptional contributions to research, teaching, and Extension.

New Monarch butterfly breeding pattern inspires hope

A large number of Monarch butterflies was found breeding in California this winter, giving one researcher hope for their continued survival in the Western U.S.
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Grant expands relationships and access to hands-on science experiences

A new grant will allow undergraduate students from WSU and partner institutions in eastern Washington and norther Idaho to get real-world agricultural research experience.
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