- Center for Environmental Research, Education & Outreach (CEREO)
CEREO's premise is simple: through building synergism and creative collaboration among faculty involved in environmentally-oriented activities, WSU will be able to make its outstanding environmental programs more than just the sum of the parts.
- Center for Reproductive Biology (CRB)
CRB is an inter-institutional program involving 16 departments and seven colleges at Washington State University and the University of Idaho. The Center’s main objective is straightforward: to provide opportunities for investigators from across the Pacific Northwest to collaborate and learn from one another. The Center boasts a large membership at the two core institutions (WSU and UI), but also includes a number of members at other affiliated universities, including Idaho Sate University, the University of Washington, Montana State University and the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.
- Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources (CSANR)
CSANR is a university center that develops innovative solutions to some of the most important problems we face in society today, by leading research and educational efforts in agriculture, food and natural resources systems that are economically viable, environmentally sound and socially responsible.
- Center for the Study of Animal Well-being (CSAW)
CSAW is a cooperative effort between the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Department of Animal Sciences in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences. The goals of CSAW are to generate and disseminate new knowledge aimed at improving the well-being of animals, to enhance the mutual benefits of human-animal interactions and to develop and present educational and public service programs on animal well-being and human-animal interactions.
- Washington Center for Muscle Biology (WCMB)
At WCMB, scientists seek new treatments for muscle disease, help Washington biotechnology leaders translate research discoveries into life-changing remedies and prepare future scientists to continue the quest.