Originally from Russia, Polina Karpushkina is only weeks away from graduating from WSU with a degree in genetics and cell biology. While graduate school may be in her future, Polina plans to find a job in the research industry to gain experience and, hopefully, find a research topic that sparks her curiosity.
When Katherine Callender graduates this spring with a degree in microbiology, the Poulsbo, Washington, native hopes to find a position as a medical scribe and eventually apply to medical school. How has WSU prepared you for your future? WSU has helped me to improve my communication and time management skills. During my first semester, WSU […]
Hannah Johnson has been busy during her time at WSU. In addition to majoring in genetics and cell biology in the College of Veterinary Medicine, Hannah works in a pair of labs and serves as a simulated client in a DVM training program.
Genetics and cell biology major Alec Durand will graduate this spring after five years in Pullman. The Spanaway, Washington, native hopes to work in the biotech industry for roughly a year before deciding if he wants to pursue a master’s or doctorate in neuroscience.