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CAHNRS Faculty and Staff Awards Nominations begin October 18. Learn more about the selection process.

Nat Camerino

Natalie Camerino

WSU cougar head logo.

Expected Graduation: Spring 2025

Hometown: Elk Grove, CA

Major: Food Science

Minor: Entrepreneurship (Business)

Extracurricular Involvement:

Member of the Food Science Club

Indoor and beach volleyball at UREC

Filipino American Student Association Historian

Get to know Natalie:

What is special about being a CAHNRS Coug?

Being a CAHNRS Coug is like being apart of a supportive family. Everyone is so friendly, are supportive, and you get to make great personal connections with lots of students and staff.

Why WSU?

I chose WSU because my advisor for Food Science is amazing. She showed me how inviting WSU was and gave me the smoothest transition into college. She was supportive of everything that I wanted to do in college and helped make that happen for me.

Favorite spot on campus:

My favorite spot on campus is the Chinook. I love working out in the morning and going to study there in the afternoon.




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