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Q&A with cell biology and genetics student Francesca Tedeschi
Q&A with neuroscience student Olivia Willis
Q&A with neuroscience student Mollee Gray
Meet the Class of 2022: Kady Audette
Q & A with neuroscience student Logan Prock
Q & A with biochemistry major Emily Kophs
Q&A with biochemistry student Long Nguyen
Q&A with basic medical sciences student Trinity Wood
Q&A with biochemistry student Evelyn Rowe
Q&A with genetics and cell biology student Thomas Ballinger
Thomas is planning to get his Ph.D. here at WSU through the Students Targeted through Advanced Research Studies (STARS) program.
Q&A with biochemistry student Zach Fisher
Q&A with neuroscience student Taylor Waldron
Q&A with biochemistry student Haley Morris
Haley Morris doesn’t listen to much music that came out after 1989 – and her favorite band is Queen!
Q & A with neuroscience undergrad Max Melville
Neuroscience major Max Melville loves amateur astronomy and Pullman is a great place to see the stars.
Q&A with biochemistry student Megan Johnsen
Megan Johnsen is on the pre-med track with plans to specialize in anesthesiology.
Q&A with microbiology undergraduate Emma Ledbetter
Emma Ledbetter is a BIG fan of “Star Trek: The Original Series.”
Q&A with neuroscience undergraduate Shane Watson
It seems Shane Watson was born at the wrong time, since it’s unlikely he will see humanity explore space on a grand scale.
Q&A with biochemistry undergrad Jenna Rock
Jenna Rock loves to prank people. She also has a rubber chicken that she takes on all her adventures. “I take pictures of it with an Instax camera. That always gives me a good laugh,” she said.
Q&A with neuroscience undergraduate Amanda Richards
A big fan of “Invader Zim,” her son and the scientific study of the nervous system, Amanda Richards plans to apply to graduate school next year to pursue a Ph.D. in neuroscience.
Q&A with biosciences undergraduate Kalli Stephens
Kalli Stephens grew up in Orderville, Utah, not far from Zion National Park.
Originally created in 1936 by Randall Johnson, the Cougar Head remains a unique and distinguished part of the WSU identity.