With 24 majors, 19 minors, and 27 graduate level programs, CAHNRS is one of the largest, most diverse colleges at WSU.
CAHNRS is more than agriculture. With 24 majors, 19 minors, and 27 graduate level programs, we are one of the largest, most diverse colleges at WSU. CAHNRS Cougs are making a difference in the wellbeing of individuals, families, and communities, improving ecological and economic systems, and advancing agricultural sciences.
Students have a variety of options to pursue masters and doctoral degrees. Many of these have very specific background requirements, so we suggest exploring the individual programs for academic guidelines.
The CTLL is a student, faculty, alumni and industry partner collaboration for high quality learning and leadership beyond the classroom.
Being a CAHNRS Coug is about having a life-changing experience and having fun along the way. With an endless array of subjects to study, students can explore a variety of topics until they focus on that area that truly excites them. We include ample opportunities to learn outside the classroom, because we not only believe it’s a better way to learn, it makes for a more meaningful and enjoyable college experience.
CAHNRS knows how to throw a party, and there is not greater time to celebrate than when our students return to campus. Free food (including Ferdinand’s Ice Cream), swag from each of our student clubs, activities, and a drawing for $1,000 scholarships—its all part of our annual Fall Festival. And we just don’t limit the event to our CAHNRS majors, we welcome everyone across campus to learn more about what our college offers.
The Center for Transformational Learning and Leadership makes it possible for students to secure that job-landing internship, experience another culture in the southern hemisphere, unlock their leadership potential through seminars and workshops, and find a mentor to coach them through their academic experience.
Inspiring Teamwork – Arron Carter
When Arron Carter, the director of the Washington State University Winter Wheat Breeding Program, was in high school his agricultural teacher had a ’69 Corvette Stingray. Every year this teacher would let his favorite senior take the car to senior prom. Carter had never taken an agriculture class before, but he knew he wanted to drive that car.
“Well, if I’m going to be the favorite senior,” Carter said to himself, “I’d better start taking some ag classes.”…
Read More: Inspiring Teamwork – Arron Carter
The goal of the Washington State University CAHNRS Office of Research is to promote research beneficial to the citizens of Washington. The Office of Research recognizes its unique land-grant research mission to the people of Washington and their increasing global connections. The CAHNRS Office of Research provides leadership in discovering and applying knowledge through high-quality research that contributes to a safe and abundant food, fiber, and energy supply while enhancing the sustainability of agricultural and natural resource systems.
CAHNRS Office of Research
Hulbert Hall 403
PO Box 646240
Pullman, WA 99164-6240
Holiday Hours & End-Of-Year Giving
It’s that time of year again—time for sharing merry moments with family and friends. As you prepare for the holidays, consider these year-end giving tips below. We know how important the last few days of 2015 will be for meeting tax deadlines, and we are here to help make the process as easy as possible.
Please note the WSU Foundation’s hours of operation through the end of the year:
Dec. 2 – Dec. 23: Normal operation (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
Dec. 28 – 31: Although Washington State University and the WSU Foundation will be closed, WSU Foundation gift accounting and gift planning staff will be available by phone from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. throughout this week. If you would like to give a gift of appreciated stock or discuss your year-end giving plans to benefit WSU, please call 1-800-448-2978.
Making a gift online using the WSU Foundation’s secure site is an easy way to make your year-end gift using a credit or debit card any time, day or night. Note: Online gifts may be made as late as 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 31 to receive tax credit for 2015.
Thank you for your generous support of Washington State University throughout the year. Have a wonderful holiday season!
Year-end Giving Tips:
Remember, only gifts made by Dec. 31 can help reduce your 2015 taxable income. Please keep the following in mind and consult your tax advisor for specific details.
To Receive 2015 Tax Credit:
- Make sure your gift is dated and postmarked no later than Dec. 31, 2015.
- Complete your online gift on or before 11:59 p.m. (PST) on Dec. 31, 2015. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.
The date you deliver or mail your donation is generally recognized as the gift date for tax purposes. Please note, the date on the actual check or money order is not recognized by the IRS as proof of your intent to give on a particular date. Gifts by check or money order may be mailed to:
PO Box 641927
Pullman, WA 99164-1927
Note: Gifts may be hand-delivered to the WSU Foundation Town Centre Suite 201 during hours of operation.
The date your account is debited is considered the date of the donation. In order to receive a 2015 charitable income tax deduction, credit card gifts must be processed against your account in 2015. Please make sure to make your gift online using your Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
Have your stocks gone up in value this year? Consider making a simple and tax-wise gift of appreciated stock. Please note that mutual fund shares may take several weeks to transfer, and the gift is not considered complete until the shares are received in the WSU Foundation’s account. To give the University stock or discuss your year-end gift to WSU, please call 1-800-448-2978.
Important Dates and Deadlines
- Alumni & Friends Office
- Business Center, Food Science Clark Hall
- Business Center, Johnson Hall
- Budget & Finance Unit
- CAHNRS Office of Human Engagement
- Research & Grants Unit
- WSU Web Based Email (connect.wsu.edu)
- Computing and Web Resources
- Video and Multimedia Services
- Video Conferencing
A-Z Index of Faculty and Staff Resources:
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- Click individual items to view or download
- CAHNRS & WSU Exension OFfice of Alumni and Development Donation Process
- CAHNRS 2015 Promotion Tenure Guidelines
- CAHNRS Admin Academic and Centers Org Chart
- CAHNRS and Extension Payroll Schedule for January 2015 to May 2016
- CAHNRS Annual Review Instructions 2014
- CAHNRS DSS
- CAHNRS Effecitve Annual Review Language Examples 2015
- CAHNRS Food and Agriculture Stakeholder List – Final June 2014
- CAHNRS Office of Research Annual Dates
- CAHNRS Volunteer Workplace Injury Reporting Instructions
- Peer Review Teaching Rubric
- Plan of Work 2014
- Planning a Program Evaluation – Utah State
- Policies, Procedures, and Criteria for Promotion and Tenure in CAHNRS
- Policy for Multi-State Travel Fund
- Principles for use of Professinal Behaviors Matricies
- Procedure for Transfer between Extension Program Units
- Prof Exp Dept-Based Ext Faculty
- Professional and Retraining Application
- Professional Behaviors Matrix for County Faculty and Administrative Professionals
- Professional Expectations for Department Based Exenstion Faculty
- Professional Expectations Matrix for County Directors
- Professional Expectations Matrix for Ext Program Unit Faculty
- Professional Leave Memo 2016-17
- 2009 Guidelines for Assessing Teaching Performance for Annual Review
- 2014 CAHNRS Centers and Departmental Synergy
- 2014 CAHNRS Support Program for Unit Leaders
- 2014 CAHNRS Support Program for Unit Leaders
- 2014 CAHNRS Support Program Unit Leaders
- 2014 County Director Expectations
- Teaching Assessment Rubric