In the news: Data Aggregation Impacts AAPI Groups

In an article titled “Aggregating Data on AAPI Groups Can Be a Form of Erasure,” Dr. Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong discusses the potential dangers of grouping diverse Asian American and […]

VIDEO: 2023 Butterfield Upstream Fund Keynote and Lecture

Planetary Health- Building Solidarity for a Better Future Listen to keynote speaker Dr. Teddie Potter, PhD, RN, FAAN, FNAP, who will discussed “Planetary Health- Building Solidarity for a Better Future”. […]

Grant Opportunities

WIN/SIGMA research grant, due 12/1/22, $10,000  WSU New Faculty Seed Grant, NOI due 12/2/22, $25,000The 2023 application cycle begins November 1. A Notice of Intent is required and must be […]

Home sensors can detect opioid withdrawal signs at night

Some smart home technology could help curb opioid overdose. A Washington State University pilot study showed that a set of noninvasive home sensors could provide accurate information about overnight restlessness […]

WSU College of Nursing ranks in top ten for NIH Funding

Washington State University’s College of Nursing is now among the top ten nursing schools nationwide for funding received from the National Institutes for Health (NIH), according to Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research, an organization that tracks and compiles NIH grant funding data across a wide range of health sciences disciplines.

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Rural suicide a focus of WSU research, outreach

The suicide rate in rural America is higher than in urban America. #WSU is working on new approaches to address the issue. Janessa Graves, an associate professor at the College […]

How the Pacific Northwest is combating heat and smoke

“If you have built your infrastructure dependent on electricity, and there’s a power outage during more extreme events, you kind of set yourself up for a catastrophic event,” said Claire […]