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Threads of Change

The WSU Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design, and Textiles is embracing the idea of change at a new location on the Pullman campus.

Preparing Students for Lifelong Success

For Jenica Hagler, a visual learner, sitting in a classroom and listening to a lecture is sometimes challenging. A CAHNRS study-abroad trip to Brazil introduced…

Building the Village

Inspiring, connected and recharged—just a few of the words women from more than one hundred different walks of life used to describe their experience at…

Transform, Learn, Lead

The Center for Transformational Learning and Leadership could not have launched without the support of generous alumni and corporate partner, CoBank.

The Future of Freshwater

In the next several decades, the human story is going to be a water story, Sandra Postel told a packed house at the WSU Compton…

Seafood Safety Check

Ellen Preece wants to know if microcystins, liver-damaging toxins produced by algal blooms in freshwater lakes, accumulate in Puget Sound seafood. Thanks in part to…

The Power of Science

Campbell Family Partnership with WSU Finds Global Solutions Colin Campbell (’95, Crop & Soil Sci.) stood at the edge of a flooded rice paddy in…

Classmate Notes

1960s Gail L. Cramer (’63, Ag. Econ.) recently received the WSU Alumni Association’s Alumni Achievement Award for contributions to agricultural policy, research and global agribusiness.…

Facelift for Ferdinand’s

On September 24 at Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe on the WSU campus, visitors were drawn into a juxtaposed environment of old and new. They came…

Humans and Robots Team Up for a High-tech Fruit Harvest

With the bumper crop of apples in 2013, many Washington tree fruit growers dream of a day when automated technology helps bring in the harvest. Manoj…

CAHNRS Fall Festival Scholarship Winners

CAHNRS awarded four $1,000 scholarships through a random drawing at Fall Festival. All that was required to enter was an application. Sara Adams Freshman, Ag…

A Friend to Honey Bees

Already a veteran fundraiser, 16-year-old Sheridan Miller recently donated $1,400 to support WSU’s honey bee research program.

Saving Honey Bees

Honey bees face a lot of challenges, according to Steve Sheppard, professor of entomology at WSU. Invasive mites can sap a brood’s strength and bring…

Electric Tongue

An “electronic tongue” at Washington State University is hard-wired to taste wines in a way that human tongues cannot. Unlike human taste buds, this so-called…

Milk Really “Does a Body Good”

We’ve all heard that milk is a good source of protein and calcium, but it turns out that even the fat in milk is good…

Future Cougs

Submit your own Future CAHNRS Cougar photo to rcwebber@wsu.edu.

Transforming a Nation in Need

When Yanira Ntupanyama was in high school, her father bought a stretch of land in Malawi and began farming. Life on the farm was practical,…

Classmate Updates

Jennifer Frost Jennifer Frost (’06, Inter. Design) has been with Rice Fergus Miller Architecture since graduating from WSU. She was recently promoted to principal of…

Photo ID

Are these WSU students that are sitting on the lawn? And is that a professor on the left, striking a professorial pose? What are our…
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