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Welcome to alumni, friends, and supporters of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS). You are a core part of our CAHNRS Coug family and have made major impacts in our college, communities, and throughout the world.

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Lifelong ambassador: Ag educator Nicole Snyder will carry CAHNRS banner at ’22 commencement

Lifelong ambassador: Ag educator Nicole Snyder will carry CAHNRS banner at ’22 commencement

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Snyder chosen for spring ’22 commencement honor for passionate involvement and pursuit of growth experiences.
Wendy Powers named dean of College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Wendy Powers named dean of College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

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Powers currently guides statewide agricultural research and extension for University of California.
WSU hires soil specialist as its first distinguished chair for potato agriculture

WSU hires soil specialist as its first distinguished chair for potato agriculture

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