Ryan Smith was named by Modular Home Builder as one of its Five Heroes of Modular Housing.
WSU researchers, including Svetlana Lockwood and Shira Broschat, found a troubling number of errors in publicly available genomic data as they conducted a large-scale analysis of protein sequences. The announcement was highlighted by Science 360 News.
WSU Tri-Cities highlighted electrical engineering student Arthur Baranovskiy.
WSU Everett featured WSU Everett data analytics graduate Haylie Murray.
The Lewiston Tribune featured WSU Pullman graduate Brett Williams.
The Tri-City Herald featured graduate WSU Tri-Cities computer science grad Manny Bonilla.
The Everett Herald featured Aaron Crandall, Jacob Murray, and participants of a WSU Everett robot hackathon.
The Tri-City Herald highlighted the Laboratory of Atmospheric Research’s ozone alert system.
Voiland College’s annual convocation ceremony was on April 18. Honored award winners included:
- Outstanding Sophomore: Dylan Sterling
- Outstanding Junior: Patrick Robichaud
- Outstanding Senior: Hanna Zmuda
- Outstanding Teaching Assistant: Ashley Vu
- Junior Faculty Research Award: Arda Gozen
- Reid Miller Excellence in Teaching Award for tenure‑track faculty: Anita Vasavada
- Reid Miller Teaching Excellence Award winner for non‑tenure‑track faculty: Sakire Arslan Ay
- Anjan Bose Outstanding Researcher Award: Ananth Kalyanaraman,
- Voiland College Safety Award: Natalia Kaiser
- Employee of the Year: Suzanne Hamada
- Staff Excellence awards: Maria Curry and Megan Brewer
Inclusive Education Ideas
Set Reasonable Classroom Expectations
How will a student feel confident and competent in your classroom? Is the class discussion-based? Do you follow your syllabus, or do you improvise? Do they need to bring their books every day?
Tell students what they can expect and how can they interact within those expectations to thrive in your classroom.
Read more ideas to create a welcoming, engaging and inclusive classroom from the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.
Be Safe Cougs
Home Safe Home
If you’re traveling for a vacation, you’re going to want to be sure your home is secure and safe from vandalism, break-ins, and property disasters while you are gone.
To keep your home safe, travel experts agree the key is to make your home look lived in even when you’re not there. Install timers on various lights around your home so it looks like someone is there. Secure all the doors and windows by locking them before you leave. Put motion detectors on your outside lights.
Center for Materials Research
The Center for Materials Research (CMR) conducts interdisciplinary research in areas including atomic calculations, ceramic processing and characterization, environmental degradation, time resolved X-Ray analysis and super plasticity. Learn more about CMR.
|June 15-19||ASEE 126th Annual Conference & Exposition||Tampa, FL|
|Aug 9||2019 Pacific Coast Catalysis Society Meeting||Pullman|
Awards and Research
WESKA Entrepreneurship Boot Camp – Apply by May 17
Are you a WSU graduate student or postdoctoral associate who is curious about entrepreneurship? The WSU Entrepreneurship Skills and Knowledge Accelerator, June 10-14, could be for you!
Opportunities and Deadlines
|Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program||DOE||05/09/2019|
|Army Research Laboratory Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship||NASEM||05/31/2019|
|Crimson Spirit Award||WSU||Ongoing|
|ONNL Alternate Sponsored Fellowships (ASF) for Students, Faculty, and Visiting Scientists||PNNL, DOE||Continuous|
|NSF-NIST Interaction in Basic and Applied Scientific Research in BIO, ENG, & MPS (Supplements to existing NSF awards)||NSF||Continuous|
|Experiential, Cooperative, and Work-integrated Education Research Grants||CEED- ASEE||Continuous|