Spotlights

What We Can Learn From A Dog's Life

Matt Kaeberlein, M.D, a University of Washington School of Medicine research, studies the aging of dogs to better understand humans.

Following in His Footsteps

Nursing student Melissa Keenan follows in father's footsteps.

Creating Sustainable Scholarships

Couple turns scrap metal into funds for scholarships.

Pining for Ponderosas

Associate Professor Ryan Herzog and a team of students study the benefits of the ponderosa pine, the official tree of the city of Spokane.

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