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By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities It may be two years before Washington State University Tri-Cities has Elson S. Floyd Medical School students based on its campus, but Farion Williams, the new associate dean of medicine for the Tri-Cities campus, is already ramping up for the students...

By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities The United States power grid is connected by more than 450,000 miles of high-voltage transmission lines to provide electricity to more than 300 million people. But as the saying goes, with great power, comes great responsibility. [caption id="attachment_41989" align="alignleft" width="237"] Yousu Chen...

PULLMAN, Wash. – Members of the search committee that will lead a national search for the next chancellor of WSU Tri-Cities were announced today by Washington State University President Kirk Schulz. “We’re seeking a visionary and innovative leader who can advance the opportunities we have at...

By Maegan Murray RICHLAND, Wash. - A team from Washington State University Tri-Cities took home the Wells Fargo “CleanTech” Big Picture prize during the University of Washington’s Business Plan Competition this week. With the award, the team, which includes Libing Zhang, a recent doctoral alumna, and Manuel...

Technologies to be implemented in Uganda this June RICHLAND, Wash. – Three teams of engineering students at Washington State University Tri-Cities designed technological advancements that will address challenges pertaining to farming, education and agricultural business in rural communities in Uganda. The projects were part of the students’ capstone engineering courses...

RICHLAND, Wash. — H. Keith Moo-Young, who has served as chancellor of Washington State University Tri-Cities for the past four years, today announced he will step down from the position in the near future. The university will immediately launch a national search for a new chancellor....

By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities RICHLAND, Wash. – Kylie Chiesa, this year’s Washington State University Tri-Cities valedictorian, has always felt she had a special connection to children with developmental and physical disabilities. She began working as a life-skills helper in high school and with her school’s Buddy...