Katie Kuehl outside and wearing a mask
So, Just How Did I Get Sick With COVID-19?
Before I got sick with COVID-19, I was a social-distance ninja: I hadn’t been anywhere. Not even the grocery store. I recently wrote about my nearly two-months as a COVID-19 longhauler. And the number one question I heard was: “How did you get it?”
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Kelly Brayton and Dana Shaw
WSU faculty host free international seminar examining vector‑borne disease
Two Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine faculty members have organized the second wave of a free, virtual seminar series centering on vector‑borne disease.
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Dori Borjesson
Giving women in veterinary medicine ‘true role models’
This morning, when Dori Borjesson walked into Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine as dean, it was a first for women. Until today, no woman had ever led the college in its more than 120-year history.
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Award on top of books
Seven WSU faculty elected to Washington State Academy of Sciences
A third of this year’s class of new members in the Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS) are from Washington State University.
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Jon Oatley
Gene-Editing in Animal Agriculture Task Force Established
Jon Oatley selected to serve on the APLU and the AAVMC Gene Editing Task Force.

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Beverley Rabbitts
Out Now
Cell biologist Beverley Rabbitts says that in the just over a year she’s been at Washington State University, “I’m 100 percent out to everybody. That’s the great thing about starting a new chapter in my life.”
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Katlin Sholder
9 elements of wellness
Amy Shields
WSU professors create virtual lab on cell development
Hundreds of Biology 107 students have taken part in a virtual laboratory exercise developed by two WSU professors in collaboration with the Allen Institute for Cell Science.
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WSU Veterinary College modifies operations for COVID-19 pandemic
Effective immediately, the Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH) has suspended all elective appointments. The hospital remains open and will take urgent and emergency cases only for all species for a minimum of two weeks.
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