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Scholarships, connections help WSU minority students become leaders in agriculture

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WSU students are helping change the face of agriculture through involvement in MANRRS.

Young adults’ alcohol use increases when casually dating

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When young adults are more interested in socializing and casually dating, they tend to drink more alcohol, according to a new paper led by a…

Animal alert: Protect livestock, pets during heat wave, WSU experts warn

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Livestock and pets are at risk from extreme heat, WSU Extension experts warn. Plan to protect them.

July 14: Extension Forestry webinar examines ecology of wildfire

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Forest plants grow after a prescribed fire, which can reduce understory fuels and prevent more damaging wildfires. WSU experts and partners will lead an upcoming…

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With 22 majors, 19 minors, and 27 graduate programs, the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences is one of the largest and most innovative colleges at WSU.

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In fiscal year 2020, CAHNRS secured more than $84 million in extramural funding. Our College accounts for more than 31 percent of all WSU extramural funding.

 

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CAHNRS awards more than $850,000 in scholarships annually. To enhance experiences and opportunities, students can participate in 40 different clubs and organizations.

 

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July 14: Extension Forestry webinar examines ecology of wildfire

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Forest plants grow after a prescribed fire, which can reduce understory fuels and prevent more damaging wildfires. WSU experts and partners will lead an upcoming…
Bee-impersonating flies show pollinator potential

Bee-impersonating flies show pollinator potential

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New WSU research finds that a tiny bee imposter, the syrphid fly, may be a big help to some gardens and farms in Western Washington.
Washington 4-H teens to assist with COVID-19 vaccine outreach

Washington 4-H teens to assist with COVID-19 vaccine outreach

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YAKIMA, Wash. – WSU Pharmacy students, 4-H teens, and adult mentors in Yakima, Benton, and Franklin Counties will be educating their communities about COVID-19 vaccines…
WSU students awarded scholarships for work in viticulture

WSU students awarded scholarships for work in viticulture

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Four WSU students received $2,500 scholarships for the 2021-2022 school year by the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV). Gagnier uses a tube device…
Scholarships, connections help WSU minority students become leaders in agriculture

Scholarships, connections help WSU minority students become leaders in agriculture

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WSU students are helping change the face of agriculture through involvement in MANRRS.
Young adults’ alcohol use increases when casually dating

Young adults’ alcohol use increases when casually dating

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When young adults are more interested in socializing and casually dating, they tend to drink more alcohol, according to a new paper led by a…
Disrupting mealybug mating may help protect vineyards from grapevine leafroll disease

Disrupting mealybug mating may help protect vineyards from grapevine leafroll disease

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Prosser, WA – The grape mealybug has plagued Washington wine grape growers for decades. Researchers at Washington State University are launching a study with synthetic…

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