Washington State Magazine :: Fall 2011

Washington State Magazine Fall Washington State Magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty staff students and alumni and the people of Washington from Seattle to St John It fosters a sens

  • Title: Washington State Magazine :: Fall 2011
  • Author: Angela Sams Tina Hilding Larry Clark Eric Sorensen Hannelore Sudermann Tim Steury
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Washington State Magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and the people of Washington from Seattle to St John It fosters a sense of connection to the University and of shared community among alumni, students, faculty, and friends.In this issue FEATURESA Fine Thin Skin wind, water, volcanoes, and iceWashington State Magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and the people of Washington from Seattle to St John It fosters a sense of connection to the University and of shared community among alumni, students, faculty, and friends.In this issue FEATURESA Fine Thin Skin wind, water, volcanoes, and ice Different as they seem, the soils of Eastern and Western Washington have one thing in common They come either by water, wind, or ice generally from elsewhere And what takes eons to form can be covered over or erode away in a geologic heartbeat by Tim SteuryAbove and Beyond In the spring of 1792, George Vancouver praised the delightful serenity of the weather A few years later, William Clark complained of a dour winter that was cloudy, dark and disagreeable How right they both were Weather patterns determined by mountains and ocean grant the Pacific Northwest a temperate climate that also has a dark and unpredictable side by Hannelore SudermannBillions Served Seven billion people will soon become nine billion before the global population levels off Can so many people be fed from a finite Earth Yes, they can, say WSU researchers But the solutions will necessarily be many by Eric SorensenPANORAMAS Short articles on research, outreach and alumni of Washington State University When wildfire comes to town Seeing the trees Some of the most important things your science teacher taught you are wrong Using technology to address the challenges of aging Cross cultural pen pals Research gone wild Engineering power in the Pacific Northwest, part II Wendell Berry comes to WashingtonDEPARTMENTS First Words Westward Ho Letters Sports Running with the PAC 12 A conversation with Bill Moos In Season Pumpkins Last Words To the lighthouseTRACKING Profiles of alumni of Washington State University Darnell Sue 02 A girl and her power A Leonard legacy Randall Johnson s Cougar Logo Turns 75 What this place needs Alumni news Rhonda Kromm 86, 05NEW MEDIA Reviews of books and music by WSU faculty and alumni The Docks by Bill Sharpsteen 80 L.A Rendezvous by Charles Argersinger A Chinaman s Chance by Alex Kuo New Noteworthy Albert Schweitzer s Legacy for Education Coming Clean Information Disclosure and Environmental Performance The New Arab Journalist Mission and Identity in a Time of Turmoil

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