The academic leadership at WSU Vancouver has identified 3 research strength clusters based on productivity, interdisciplinary research projects, impactful questions, and established cross-campus collaborations.
Researchers in neuroscience, psychology, nursing, sociology and public affairs working together to better understand how the brain works and the impact of brain health on communities.
Sensors and Devices
Researchers in engineering, computer science, nursing, environmental science and biology working together to develop new technologies to solve societal problems.
Researchers in environmental science, public affairs, nursing, biology, engineering and computer science working together to ensure a reliable and clean supply of water for society.