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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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Goodbye, Johnson Hall: WSU Pullman campus’ largest-ever demolition begins

Goodbye, Johnson Hall: WSU Pullman campus’ largest-ever demolition begins

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After more than sixty years in service to agriculture, Johnson Hall is coming down.
Systems scientist Allyson Beall King named director of WSU’s School of the Environment

Systems scientist Allyson Beall King named director of WSU’s School of the Environment

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Systems dynamicist leads mission to understand regional ecologies and our changing planet
New entomology scholarship honors WSU adjunct professor, alumna Laurel Hansen

New entomology scholarship honors WSU adjunct professor, alumna Laurel Hansen

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Alumna’s impact on entomology industry recognized through new scholarship.
New student exchange to Germany explores resilient, sustainable crop traits

New student exchange to Germany explores resilient, sustainable crop traits

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New program helps students learn how crop research advances happen through international cooperation.
Demo: ‘nomadic broadband’ could help rural first responders stay connected

Demo: ‘nomadic broadband’ could help rural first responders stay connected

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Extension educators, partners testing nomadic unit in rugged, forested terrain