College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Welcome to the WSU CAHNRS and Extension Site Map

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Administration

CAHNRS Dean’s Office

Agricultural Research Center

Extension Administration

Academic Programs


CAHNRS Academic Units

Agricultural and Food Systems

Department of Animal Science

Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles

Department of Biological Systems Engineering

Department of Crop and Soil Sciences

Department of Entomology

Department of Horticulture

Department of Human Development

Integrated Plant Sciences

Institute of Biological Chemistry

Department of Plant Pathology

School of Design and Construction

School of the Environment

School of Economic Sciences

WSU/UI School of Food Science


Research & Extension Centers

WSU Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research & Extension Center

WSU Prosser Irrigated Agriculture Research & Extension Center

WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center

WSU Wenatchee Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center


Other Research Units

Lind Dryland Research Station

WSU Long Beach Research and Extension Unit

Othello

Spillman

Cook Farm

Tukey Orchard

Swine Center

Beef Unit

Dairy

Wilke Farm


Centers and Institutes

Biologically Intensive and Organic Agriculture (BIOAg)

Center for Precision Agricultural Systems

Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources (CSANR)

Division of Governmental Studies & Services

Food and Environmental Quality Lab (FEQL)

IMPACT Center

International Research and Development

Western Center for Risk Management Education

William D. Ruckelshaus Center


Extension Districts and Counties

Eastern District

Northwest District

Southeast District

Adams

Asotin

Benton

Chelan

Clallam

Clark

Cowlitz

Douglas

Ferry

Franklin

Grant

Grays Harbor

Island

Jefferson

King

Kitsap

Kittitas County

Klickitat

Lewis

Lincoln

Mason

Okanogan

Pacific

Pierce

San Juan

Skagit

Skamania

Snohomish

Spokane

Stevens

Thurston

Wahkiakum

Walla Walla

Whatcom

Whitman

Yakima


4-H

4-H Challenge

Panhandle 4-H Camp

Washington State 4-H

CAHNRS and Extension Support Units

Alumni & Friends Office

Computing & Web Resources

Business & Finance Office

CAHNRS Microsoft Outlook Web Access (online email access)

CAHNRS Communications

Washington Educational Conferencing Network (WECN)


Personnel

College Administration

Employment Opportunities

Finding Employees

New Colleagues

Search Procedures

WORQS


Programs

4-H

Agrichemical and Environmental News

Agricultural Research Center

ANR

APEC Study Center for Food Systems

Apis Molecular Systematics Laboratory

Beach Watchers

Bean/Cowpea Collaborative Research Support Program – East Africa

Cereals Variety Testing

Climate Friendly Farming Project

Columbia Plateau PM10 Wind Erosion/Air Quality Project

Diabetes Awareness Education

Drought Alert

Viticulture and Enology Certificate Programs

Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Programs

Extension Energy Program

Extension Forestry Program

Extension Natural Resource Sciences

CRSP – East Africa

Farm Management Resources

Farmers Market Nutrition Program

Food Safety Resource Page

Food Sense

For Parents: Parenting Education Classes in Spokane

Garden Center Nursery Management

Germ City

GrowServ

Home-A-Syst and Farm-A-Syst

Hop Pathology

Horizons

IMPACT Center (International Marketing Programs for Agricultural Commodities & Trade)

Lake Whatcom Management Program

Master Gardeners

Nutrition Education

PNW Conservation Tillage Systems Information Source

Parenting and Family Education

Partnership 2020

Pesticide Education Program

Pesticide Information Center On-Line (PICOL)

Pesticide Notification Network (PNN)

Potato Information & Exchange

Plant Growth Facilities

Safflower Genetic Resources

Small Farms Team

Soil Fertility Program

Solutions To Environmental and Economic Problems

Spokane Parent Education Consortium

STEEP

Sweet Cherry Research

Turfgrass Management Program

Veterinary Medicine Extension

Washington State Pest Management Resource Service

Composite Materials & Engineering Laboratory

WSU Viticulture and Enology Program (AKA wine science)

WSU Creamery

Yakima Treefruit Web Resource


Miscellaneous CAHNRS/Extension Sites

Calcium Signaling in Plants; Prof. B.W. Poovaiah

CE Focus

Extension Calendar of Events

Eastern Washington Intermodal Transportation Study

Ferdinand’s

Gardening in Western Washington

Master Gardeners

PDW Plants

Washington State Conservation Partnership


Proceedings

All Extension Conference 2005

Big Cat Awards

Hall of Champions

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.

FACTS

Discovery

CAHNRS leads in discovery through its high-quality research programs. In 2014, CAHNRS received research funding exceeding $81.5M. This accounts for nearly 40% of all research funding received by WSU.  

Scholarships

CAHNRS students are awarded more than $600,000 in scholarships annually.

Diversity

With 24 majors, 19 minors, and 27 graduate level programs, CAHNRS is one of the largest, most diverse colleges at WSU.

Opportunity

CAHNRS has 39 student clubs and organizations to enhance student experiences and opportunities.


Students

Fall undergradsUndergraduate Studies

Check out every department and program CAHNRS has to offer, from Interior Design to Agriculture to Wildlife Ecology. We have 13 departments and schools to prepare you for your chosen career.

Grad student dogGraduate Studies

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.

CTLLCenter for
Transformational
Learning & Leadership

The CTLL is a student, faculty, alumni and industry partner collaboration for high quality learning and leadership beyond the classroom.










CAHNRS Office of Research

Agricultural Research Center

Mission Statement

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.

Featured Research

Apples-USDA-ARS-350An apple a day could keep obesity away

By Sylvia Kantor, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences

PULLMAN, Wash. – Scientists at Washington State University have concluded that nondigestible compounds in apples – specifically, Granny Smith apples – may help prevent disorders associated with obesity. The study, thought to be the first to assess these compounds in apple cultivars grown in the Pacific Northwest, appears in October’s print edition of the journal Food Chemistry. “We know that, in general, apples are a good source of these nondigestible compounds but there are differences in varieties,” said food scientist Giuliana Noratto, the study’s lead researcher. “Results from this study will help consumers to discriminate between apple varieties that can aid in the fight against obesity.” MORE

Cooper-500New “magnifying glass” helps spot delinquency risks

By Rebecca E. Phillips, University Communications

PULLMAN, Wash. – Drug abuse, acts of rampage – what’s really the matter with kids today? While there are many places to lay blame – family, attitude, peers, school, community – a new study shows that those risks vary in intensity from kid to kid and can be identified.

Scientists at Washington State University and Pennsylvania State University have found a way to spot the adolescents most susceptible to specific risk factors for delinquency MORE

Beef-cattle-from-iStock-photos-500Food labels can reduce environmental impacts of livestock production

 “It’s important to know that small changes on the consumer side can help, and in fact may be necessary, to achieve big results in a production system,” said Robin White, lead researcher of a Washington State University study appearing in the journal Food Policy. MORE





Extension

With 39 locations throughout the state, WSU Extension is the front door to the University. Extension builds the capacity of individual, organization, businesses and communities, empowering them to find solutions for local issues and to improve their quality of life. Extension collaborates with communities to create a culture of life-long learning and is recognized for its accessible, learner-centered, relevant, high-quality, unbiased educational programs.

Students on ropes courseImpact: 4-H Challenge Course

Washington State University Extension 4-H Youth Development is collaborating with Seattle Parks and Recreation to provide the residents of Seattle, King County, and beyond, the benefits of an educational partnership for school districts, non-profit organizations, institutions of higher education, businesses, and the public, resulting in the strengthening of community life.

Teens and kids playing with a balloon.Impact: Reducing Risky Teen behavior

The WSU Extension Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth Aged 10-14, is a parent, youth, and family skills-building curriculum that focuses on strengthening parenting skills, building family strengths, and preventing teen substance abuse and other behavioral problems.

Senior woman standing with cattleImpact: Women in Agriculture

Women, Farms & Food is an innovative project that addresses the risk management needs of women producers using technology and follow-up skills-based workshops. The Women in Agriculture program began in Washington State in 2005, with annual state conferences offering speakers, practical advice, collaborative discussion, and networking opportunities.

Alumni & Friends

The WSU College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) Office of Alumni & Friends is a service unit dedicated to promoting philanthropic support for the college’s research, teaching, and extension programs.

CAHNRS seeks $190 million through the Campaign for WSU. This unprecedented fundraising goal is managed through the CAHNRS Office of Alumni and Friends. If you would like to learn more about the CAHNRS’s fundraising priorities, please explore our website or meet the team.

Funding Priorities

Through the Campaign for Washington State University, CAHNRS and WSU Extension will play a major role in defining answers to complex issues through truly big ideas—feeding the world, powering the planet, and ensuring the health and well-being of children, families, and communities. See below to learn more about how we are addressing these issues in our strategic and on-going  initiatives and development of world-class students.

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Organics
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Pulse Crops
Mary Kay Patton
Learning & Leadership (CTLL)
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Tree Fruit
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Grain
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CAHNRS Alumni & Friends
PO Box 646228
Pullman, WA 99164-6228
PH: 509-335-2243
alumni.friends@wsu.edu

 



Faculty & Staff

Important Dates and Deadlines

Annual Report of Consultant & Extended Professional Activities

-Due to the Dean’s Office October 13, 2014

Space Inventory Updates

-Due to the Dean’s Office December 1, 2014

A-Z Index of Faculty and Staff Resources:

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Contact Dean’s Office:
Hulbert 421
PO Box 646242
Pullman WA 99164-6242
deans.cahnrs@wsu.edu
509-335-4561

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