Monthly Archives: March 2016

Can water cycling help predict ecological changes?

Variations in Ecohydrological Function With Climate and Urbanization Kevan Moffett, Assistant Professor, School of the Environment Understanding, predicting and managing the responses of ecosystems, water resources and people to climate change and urbanization are among the greatest challenges of this … Continue reading

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How can school leaders assure an equitable education for all students?

The Formation of Equity-Oriented District Leadership in Washington State Katherine Rodela, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership, College of Education Katherine C. Rodela is an assistant professor of education leadership at WSU Vancouver. She examines culture, leadership and equity in U.S. schools, … Continue reading

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Do mothers pass their own stress on to their children?

Parent-Child Stress Contagion in Chronically Stressed Families Sara Waters, Assistant Professor, Human Development Sara Waters came to WSU Vancouver in 2015 from the University of California at San Francisco. Her research interests include emotional and physiological regulation development, parent-child attachment … Continue reading

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