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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Meet Mary

Dean Rezac standing in her office.
Mary Rezac is Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture's new dean. She comes to Pullman from Kansas State University, where she served as Tim Taylor Professor of Chemical Engineering and director of Major Grant Initiatives in the College of Engineering.

Here’s a chance to get to know Mary and her thoughts on the future of Voiland College. » More ...

Summer Program Offers Student Research Opportunities

Group photo of the Summer Undergraduate Research program students
This summer, 90 students from across the nation participated in WSU’s Summer Undergraduate Research program where they worked with award-winning professors in cutting-edge facilities. For many, the experience opened their eyes to the world of possibilities research offers. » More ...

Leading the Way

Left to right: Dae Hyun Kim, Jean-Sabin McEwen, and Steven R. Saunders
Three Washington State University researchers have received young faculty awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Defense Advanced Research Program Agency (DARPA).

Jean-Sabin McEwen and Steven R. Saunders, assistant professors in the Gene and Linda Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering, and Dae Hyun Kim, assistant professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, each received approximately $500,000. Their awards are intended to provide significant research support to young faculty beginning their careers. » More ...

Summers’ Internship

Ryan Summers in the lab with Robosub
WSU’s Ryan Summers spent last summer building autonomous submarines and interning at SpaceX, a company that’s planning to send a space ship to Mars.

We recently spoke with the computer engineering major and Goldwater Scholar about his experience working at the aerospace company, and how WSU is preparing him for the future. » More ...

Community health analytics initiative gets underway

WSU researchers use analytics to improve understanding of microbial resistance.

For most of the twentieth century, people didn’t worry about an illness like strep throat or an infected cut because they could go to the doctor for a quick dose of antibiotics, which was invariably followed by a quick recovery. » More …

Source code

Gina Sprint helping a Cougar Quest participant write computer code.
The key to success, says WSU computer science professor Gina Sprint, is knowing what success means to you.

Gina, what do you do at WSU?

I teach introductory computer science classes and research sensor data mining for healthcare applications.

Why do you like teaching?

Teaching is fun! Every day I have the opportunity to interact with my students. In my UCORE Computer Science 111 (CptS 111) class, my students learn how to solve a variety of interesting problems by writing computer programs. » More ...