16-17: Innovation and Research

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Summer Field Work: WWU Graduate Student, Professor Monitoring the Health of Padilla Bay Using Drones 2017-08-29
UbiQD Signs License Agreement with Western Washington University and University of Washington for Luminescent Solar Concentrator Technology 2017-08-14
WWU to Partner with Dept. of the Interior, Four Regional Universities on New Northwest Climate Science Center 2017-08-11
WWU’s John Gilbertson Named a 2017 Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar 2017-08-08
Chemistry's Tim Kowalczyk Receives $300,000 NSF Grant to Research Photodynamic Cancer Therapy Agents 2017-07-25
WWU’s Tom Moore Publishes New Book of Poetry through Ravenna Books 2017-07-24
Boeing invests in cyber warriors, gives 50 computer servers to new WWU CyberRange

Western Washington University students in the Computer Information System Security program will practice cyberwarfare training in its new CyberRange, thanks to a gift of 50 computer servers from Boeing, Western officials said.

Boeing Gifts 50 Computer Servers to Western Washington University for its New CyberRange 2017-07-20
K-12 Teachers Are Disproportionately White and Monolingual. Here’s One Way That Could Change.

This year, Yazmin Gil is a teacher mentor in her district’s two-year Bilingual Teacher Fellows Program, a partnership between Highline Public Schools and Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University that prepares…

If You Bicycle to Work, Watch Out for Bad Air

Exercise is a wonderful health elixir.

But bicyclists who commute to work in big cities may be breathing in harmful doses of pollutants, according to studies.

The upshot: Cycling’s health benefits can be reduced by when and where you ride, and for how long.


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