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Jenica Hagler

Jenica Hagler

Aggie of the Year ready to support farming

Cornelius Adewale

Sustainable farming pioneer wins Bullitt Prize

Brennan Hyden

From CAHNRS Coug to Cornell graduate student

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John Peters named fellow by American Academy of Microbiology

John Peters named fellow by American Academy of Microbiology

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John Peters named a Fellow in the American Academy of Microbiology, his second Fellow honor.

André-Denis Girard Wright named dean

André-Denis Girard Wright named dean

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André-Denis Girard Wright, an internationally recognized researcher, has been named dean of WSU’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS).

McCluskey named Fellow of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

McCluskey named Fellow of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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From nutrition to the environment to women in STEM, Dr. Jill McCluskey explores how information, incentives, and perceptions change markets and the world. “Perceptions and…

Teaching life skills key for award winning WSU educator

Teaching life skills key for award winning WSU educator

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Human Development professor Debbie Handy received the first ever Washington Family and Consumer Sciences Education Teacher Educator of the Year award in 2017 for her…

WSU scientist’s species discovery helps save colorful peony from ugly disease

WSU scientist’s species discovery helps save colorful peony from ugly disease

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Andrea Garfinkel, a fall WSU Plant Pathology grad, is helping Northwest peony farmers put a stop to a pervasive pest.

WSU alum awarded for career working to end hunger and malnutrition

WSU alum awarded for career working to end hunger and malnutrition

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WSU recently honored alum and former professor Thomas Lumpkin with the Alumni Achievement Award for his career working to end global hunger and malnutrition.