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    Led by Arda Gozen and Yuehe Lin, WSU researchers have created a 3D-printed glucose biosensor for use in wearable monitors.

    Kelvin Lynn and researchers from the University of Utah have received a $1.88 million grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to study the fundamental properties of a semiconductor material known as gallium oxide, which could be used in high-voltage power systems for anything from cars to airplanes and ships.

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    The Office of the Provost Food Drive to benefit the Pullman and Moscow communities runs until 12 pm Noon on December 14. Provost Bernardo and Mrs. Bernardo will match each donation pound for pound! Please deliver canned and non-perishable food items to the donation box that will be near the elevator on the 5th Floor of Carpenter Hall.

    Yuehe Lin> was named a 2018 Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate Analytics.

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    Faculty and students working on the Rural Communities Design Initiative’s Pullman Depot renovation were featured in the Daily Evergreen.

    Engineering students from WSU’s Team Mentoring Program recently toured several Boeing facilities in Everett, Wash.

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    Krishnamoorthy Sivakumar and Ben Belzer received a $500,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop technology to more accurately read data from hard drives that are densely packed with information.

    Construction management major, Olympic hopeful Brock Eager is featured on the Voiland College home page.

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    With the help of a $3 million grant from the Templeton Foundation, Lawrence Holder will collaborate with WSU biologist Michael Skinner o help develop predictive epigenetic biomarkers that help prevent diseases.

    Washington State University researchers, led by graduate student Adnan Morshed and professor Prashanta Dutta, have, for the first time shown that electrical fields can be used to gain valuable information about the tiny, floating vesicles that move around in animals and plants and are critically important to many biological functions.

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Voiland College Safety Committee

Maintaining and enhancing a healthy and safe work environment is a responsibility shared by all University employees and students. Voiland College Safety committee members act as points of contact for anyone within the college to bring forward their questions or concerns about safety.

UnitRepresentativePhoneEmail
CEENatalia Kaiser(509) 335-3351natalia.kaiser@wsu.edu
CMECBob Duncan(509) 335-6266duncanr@wsu.edu
CMRJoshah Jennings(509) 335-1131joshah_jennings@wsu.edu
CSA/UndergradMonika Jones(509) 335-5827monika.jones@wsu.edu
Dean's OfficeTina Hilding(509) 335-5095thilding@wsu.edu
Dean's OfficeDar Neunherz(509) 335-3783drussell@wsu.edu
EECSScott Hanson(509) 335-4959scott@eecs.wsu.edu
Engineering ShopsMiles Pepper(509) 335-8550mpepper@wsu.edu
MMEBob Richards(509) 335-8157heatran@wsu.edu
SDCDavid Drake(509) 335-2335mrdrake@wsu.edu
VSCEB and Committee ChairBilly Schmuck(509) 335-4776bschmuck@wsu.edu