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Election Stress 2020

The upcoming presidential election may be a source of anxiety and disagreement for many people across the country and it is no different for WSU Health Sciences students. Additional hurdles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, and tension from recent social unrest, present unique challenges not faced in years prior. The articles and resources below are intended to help students manage distress and conflict related to the election and to provide WSU-specific resources.

Managing Election Stress

Managing Disagreement

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To apply, contact the Office of Scholarship Services at 509-335-1059 or apply online.

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