New Energy Systems Research Center Opens

Wednesday, Apr. 11, 2012

By Tina Hilding, College of Engineering and Architecture
PULLMAN, Wash. - With a long history and national reputation in power engineering and collaborative, interdisciplinary research, Washington State University has established the Energy Systems Innovation Center (ESIC). It will take a leading role in addressing one of the greatest technological challenges of the 21st century - demand for clean and reliable energy.
"The new Energy Systems Innovation Center provides a unique, holistic approach that is needed to address our national energy challenges,’’ said Howard Grimes, vice-president for research and dean of the WSU Graduate School.

Technology Anticipates, Meets our Needs for Health, Efficiency

Wednesday, Mar. 28, 2012

By Eric Sorensen, WSU science writer

EE Senior Brett Bell Receives Prestigious Power Scholarship


Brett Bell, a senior in Electrical Engineering received a prestigious scholarship recently.  The award comes from the Power and Energy Society of IEEE.  This is the first time they have presented a scholarship so Brett is one of the inaugural recipients.  It is awarded to persons who have interest in the power grid and new energy sources, either renewable or cleaner. 

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