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CAHNRS Alumni & Development

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26
Apr

CAHNRS Diamond and Golden Grad Alumni Luncheon

Ensminger Pavilion
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18
Aug

Auction of Washington Wines Wine Gala

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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.

There are so many ways to stay involved with CAHNRS. Share your news in the college’s magazine ReConnect. Get involved with student success or support our college as whole by making a gift to the CAHNRS Excellence Fund.

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CAHNRS Alumni & Development
PO Box 646228
Pullman, WA 99164-6228
PH: 509-335-2243
alumni.friends@wsu.edu

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CougsGive ’18

CougsGive ’18

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  EMERYVILLE, Calif. (Jan. 31, 2018) – Clif Bar & Company and the King Arthur Flour Company today announced the funding of a $1.5 million…

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