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Dean, students welcome 88th Washington FFA Convention to WSU

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  Welcoming more than 2,000 Washington FFA members to Washington State University, students and faculty in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, including Dean…

WSU’s first Fulbright-Nat Geo Storyteller award takes bee researcher to Spain

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Award-winning Extension leader helps rural families, women and communities thrive

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Serving farm families, women in agriculture, food-service workers, and dozens of Northwest communities for nearly 50 years, Washington State University Extension leader and educator Margaret…

Join economist Ken Casavant at Alumni Achievement Award celebration, May 23

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Honored for five decades of outstanding teaching and research at Washington State University, Ken Casavant, Emeritus Professor in WSU’s School of Economic Sciences, will receive…

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Ken Casavant

Alumni Achievement Award Celebration for Ken Casavant

Colleagues and friends are invited to a reception and reunion honoring Ken Casavant, Emeritus Professor in WSU’s School of Economic Sciences, as he receives the university’s Alumni Achievement Award. Join us at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at the Lewis Alumni Center on the Pullman campus.

Join economist Ken Casavant at Alumni Achievement Award celebration, May 23

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Honored for five decades of outstanding teaching and research at Washington State University, Ken Casavant, Emeritus Professor in WSU’s School of Economic Sciences, will receive…
Award-winning Extension leader helps rural families, women and communities thrive

Award-winning Extension leader helps rural families, women and communities thrive

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Serving farm families, women in agriculture, food-service workers, and dozens of Northwest communities for nearly 50 years, Washington State University Extension leader and educator Margaret…
Scientist sleuths seek DNA clues in the environment to help rare, threatened amphibians

Scientist sleuths seek DNA clues in the environment to help rare, threatened amphibians

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E-DNA holds secrets that can help threatened, beneficial wildlife co-exist with people.
Save the date: WSU-hosted conference explores the digital transformation of fashion, design

Save the date: WSU-hosted conference explores the digital transformation of fashion, design

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Exploring how the fast-evolving digital world is changing our clothing and fashions, Washington State University’s Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles (AMDT) will co-host…
Dean, students welcome 88th Washington FFA Convention to WSU

Dean, students welcome 88th Washington FFA Convention to WSU

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  Welcoming more than 2,000 Washington FFA members to Washington State University, students and faculty in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, including Dean…
Lentils will help you run faster: communicating food benefits gets kids to eat healthier

Lentils will help you run faster: communicating food benefits gets kids to eat healthier

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Using affirming statements could help parents get children interested in eating healthier at a key stage in their development.
An electric tongue can handle more spicy foods than you can

An electric tongue can handle more spicy foods than you can

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Food Science researchers have found that the e-tongue can differentiate between levels of spiciness much better than people, without having to deal with tired taste…

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