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May 20-23: Urban Extension Conference explores ‘Innovation in the City’

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Extension professionals are invited to share research and ideas to help urban communities thrive at the upcoming National Urban Extension Conference. Set for May 20-23,…

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Exhibit shares historic trends, new ideas in women’s apparel

Exhibit shares historic trends, new ideas in women’s apparel

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This month at Washington State University’s SEB Gallery, explore the trends, traditions and transformations shaping women’s apparel in a new exhibit curated by Department of…
Burundi teachers, kids plant school gardens with help from Extension, video lessons

Burundi teachers, kids plant school gardens with help from Extension, video lessons

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For school children in Burundi, classroom gardens are living laboratories for horticulture, entomology, and nutrition,
March 22: Plant Science Symposium shares new ag technology

March 22: Plant Science Symposium shares new ag technology

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Learn about new agricultural technologies at the third annual WSU Plant Science Symposium, Friday, March 22, at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center at WSU…
Lifetime achievement award caps Extension scientist’s career

Lifetime achievement award caps Extension scientist’s career

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Kim Patten has a Ph.D. from WSU in horticulture, and has spent 30 years helping cranberry farmers. He just received a lifetime achievement award for…
WSU tops USDA research and development list for second year in a row

WSU tops USDA research and development list for second year in a row

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WSU ranked first for the second year in a row in U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) research and development expenditures.
Researcher’s 5-year dedication helps children, community recover from traumatic mudslide

Researcher’s 5-year dedication helps children, community recover from traumatic mudslide

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Natalie Turner helped children, teachers and families of a mudslide-ravaged community understand and recover from trauma.
Two CAHNRS professors attain highest faculty rank

Two CAHNRS professors attain highest faculty rank

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Renowned WSU scientists Jill McCluskey and Scot Hulbert have been promoted to Regents Professors.
WSU alum’s career distinguished by promotion to Regents Professor

WSU alum’s career distinguished by promotion to Regents Professor

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Scot Hulbert joins the ranks of Regents Professor, the highest rank a faculty member can achieve at WSU

 

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