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.