Skip to main content Skip to navigation

CAHNRS Academic Programs


Diverse Majors

Discover Your Program

Awarded in Scholarships

Get More Information

Complete Internships

Find an Opportunity

CAHNRS Cougs leading by example

Jenica Hagler

Jenica Hagler

Aggie of the Year ready to support farming

Cornelius Adewale

Sustainable farming pioneer wins Bullitt Prize

Brennan Hyden

From CAHNRS Coug to Cornell graduate student

Support Our Students

Scholarships are critically important to CAHNRS students. Nothing else we do to improve the quality of a CAHNRS education matters if our students and families can’t afford the opportunities we offer.

 

Support a Scholarship Give to CAHNRS

CAHNRS Cougs in the news

Summer’s sting – region’s wasp numbers rebound

Summer’s sting – region’s wasp numbers rebound

Published on
Compared to recent years, the number of wasps is considerably up, and with hot temperatures they are thirsty and easily angered.
Photo Gallery: Week of Welcome brings new faces into CAHNRS family

Photo Gallery: Week of Welcome brings new faces into CAHNRS family

Published on
  Welcoming new students to the start of a new academic year, Dean André Wright and faculty in Washington State University’s College of Agricultural, Human,…
Dean Welcomes CAHNRS Students

Dean Welcomes CAHNRS Students

Published on
Dear CAHNRS Coug, On behalf of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, I want to welcome you as you begin this academic…
New Coug entomologist partners with growers to beat pests sustainably

New Coug entomologist partners with growers to beat pests sustainably

Published on
As Washington State University’s newest entomologist, Tobin Northfield is finding new, sustainable strategies to defeat devastating pests threatening important crops like apples, pears and cherries.…
WSU scientist joins forces with CDC to fight vector borne diseases

WSU scientist joins forces with CDC to fight vector borne diseases

Published on
John Stark, Washington Stormwater Center director, is on a CDC work group looking at the potential impact of vector-borne diseases & how to prevent them.
Cancer-fighting drugs also help plants fight disease

Cancer-fighting drugs also help plants fight disease

Published on
WSU scientists found cancer-fighting drugs can help plants fight disease as well, which could help develop new pathways for plants to battle infection.