Expected Graduation: Spring 2025
Hometown: Puyallup, WA
Major: Environmental and Ecosystem Science
Minors: Horticulture and Forestry
CAHNRS Ambos Secretary
Undergraduate Research with the USDA Steber Lab
Editor for The Palouse Review
Get to Know Grant:
My parents actually met right here at WSU Pullman, in Stephenson North! So I grew up always expecting to be a Coug and hearing how close-knit the Coug family is. I also chose WSU because of the amazing Environmental Science program and our phenomenal faculty here!
Why should a prospective student choose a CAHNRS major?
CAHNRS majors in my personal opinion are some of the most vital areas of study for our modern world. Every aspect of being a CAHNRS Coug means you have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the planet we call home.
Favorite Professor at WSU:
Dr. Whitman! She is a phenomenal and passionate professor and I loved the classes that I got to take with her due to the insightful discussions and impactful, real world applications of the content we were learning..
Other Facts About Grant:
Birthday: July 10th
Grant has over 20 houseplants – and is definitely going to get more!
Career Plans: work with the National Park Service, in some sort of restoration capacity, to help restore and reinvigorate damaged ecosystems