With faculty guidance, Washington State University Spokane students present and publish their work even before earning their degrees—an achievement that opens many doors in the academic and professional worlds.
We’re exploring the frontiers of health and biomedical sciences, designing healthy environments and communities, and creating knowledge with practical applications. Federal agencies and major foundations acknowledge the excellence of our faculty’s scholarship by funding their work.
At WSU Spokane, you get the chance to investigate significant problems facing our society, push the boundaries of knowledge, and make a difference—all while you earn your degree.
Two medical students spend their summer helping local researchers find out why some who quit smoking don't keep it up for long and who uses hospital emergency rooms.
A student in graduate speech and hearing sciences program serves as researcher and subject in a nationally published study that tests a new method for facial rehabilitation through strength training.
With the support of a $30K grant from the American Cancer Society, a PhD in nursing student explores the effect of surgery and chemotherapy on the sexual functioning of colon cancer survivors.
A student in the MA in speech and hearing sciences program studies the effectivenes of using simulation in training graduate students to perform transnasal endoscopy.
Research and service units on campus.