What you can do post-vaccine, and when
Particularly in the early months of vaccination, many activities should wait, experts say — and plan to keep your masks.
New York Times
WSU completes two buildings, nears completion on third
Global Animal Health Phase 2 is connected to Allen Center; Plant Sciences Building, Project Back to Omaha were finished earlier this fall.
Is College Football Making the Pandemic Worse?
The game has a remarkable power to bring people together. Right now, that’s a problem.
The New Yorker
WSU lands NIH grant for biomedical, engineering undergraduate MIRA program
A new five-year National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant for more than $700,000 will fund a “motivating innovation and research achievement” (MIRA) program for Washington State University underrepresented student researchers in biomedical science and engineering fields, said the three faculty members serving as co-principal investigators.
Covid-19: What it will take to end the second wave
The World Health Organization estimates that the coronavirus may have infected one in 10 people across the world. This equals 10 per cent of the global population.
The Daily Nation
In‑person college sports can create campus COVID‑19 spikes
Even conservative epidemiological modeling from Washington State University shows an increase in COVID‑19 cases is likely in small college towns from sporting events with fans in the stands.
Charles Joins Editorial Board of International Journal, Pathogens
Lauren Charles, a senior data scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), has joined the editorial board of Pathogens.