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Students take top prizes at world power, energy conference

April 30,2014

By Tina Hilding, College of Engineering & Architecture

 Pullman, WA.-At the world’s largest power and energy exposition and conference recently, students from Washington State University won three of the top six poster awards.

Team Gleason takes 1st place in the EECS Senior Design Poster Contest

April 25,2014

By Victoria Sandmeyer

Fifteen competing senior design teams from EECS displayed their posters in the halls of the department on April 24th. The judging was administered by five industry representatives specializing in areas such as: microelectronics, power systems, electrical engineering and software development. The winning team, Team Gleason, was chosen based on their poster, their project as a whole, and their presentation.

Robots - the next generation's computers?

PULLMAN, Wash. – The idea of household robotics may seem far-fetched, but one researcher at Washington State University sees many parallels between the status of robotics today and computers in the early 1980s.

In 1982, a little over 8 percent of American households had access to computers. In 2012, that number had jumped to nearly 80 percent.


Knowledge transfer: Computers teach each other Pac-Man

March 27, 2014

PULLMAN,Wash.–Researchers in Washington State University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science have developed a method to allow a computer to give advice and teach skills to another computer in a way that mimics how a real teacher and student might interact.

Bangladesh electric board looks to WSU to expand expertise

By Alyssa Patrick, College of Engineering & Architecture

March 5, 2014

PULLMAN, Wash. – A group from Bangladesh traveled halfway across the world to learn to better develop electrification in their country from Washington State University experts in power engineering.

“We are working for the villagers,” said Abdul Aziz, executive engineer with his country’s Rural Electrification Board (REB), whose members will spend several weeks in Pullman. “We are learning methods at WSU that will help us bring the villagers better service and an improved distribution system.”

Without the REB and other electricity boards, the agriculture-based rural communities would not have electricity, he said.

Alumna honored among nation’s women in manufacturing

February 25, 2014    
By Alyssa Patrick, College of Engineering and Architecture

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University alumna Jackie Peer (BS ’96, electrical engineering) received the 2014 Women in Manufacturing STEP Award in February.

Peer, who has worked at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories since she graduated, flew to Washington, D.C. to receive the award from the Manufacturing Institute alongside 159 other women from around the country.

18 years at SEL

Curiosity, creativity inspire engineering student

PULLMAN, Wash. – At the age of 9, Haily Holt got her first tool kit: “My dad wanted me to build anything and everything I wanted,” she said. “It was in his shop that I grew to love working with my hands and building things.”

Two earn awards for non-tenure track teaching


PULLMAN, Wash. – Instructor Andrew O’Fallon and clinical associate professor Samantha Swindell are recipients the annual President’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Non-tenure Track Faculty at  Washington State University

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