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Working, E. J. Scholarship

Posted by nitcy | February 26, 2013

E.J. Working was the Department Chairman of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Washington State University from 1954-65. Following his death in 1968, substantial contributions from the E.J. Working family decided to commence a separate scholarship, the “E. J. Working Scholarship”.

Award Requirements 

Those considered eligible for scholarships hereunder shall be full time, regularly enrolled students studying Agricultural Economics. Within the preceding criteria, scholarships shall be awarded on the basis of: first, academic achievement; second, financial need; and third, other relevant considerations.

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Roughly $700,000 in total awards to hundreds of students annually


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