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Food Science donations help students, school upgrade

Food Science donations help students, school upgrade

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This summer, the Puget Sound Institute of Food Technologists donated $100,000 to the WSU School of Food Science while also providing another $50,000 in student…

Students explore modern agriculture tech with new WSU IAREC internship

Students explore modern agriculture tech with new WSU IAREC internship

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PROSSER, Wash. – Six students from two Hispanic-serving institutions in Yakima Valley explored careers in agriculture research through a new summer internship program at Washington…

Fellowship perfect fit for plant breeding student

Fellowship perfect fit for plant breeding student

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WSU grad student Aichatou Waziri wants to make healthier food through plant breeding, and a new Fellowship will help her on her career path.

New recruiter to help WSU college students find resources for success

New recruiter to help WSU college students find resources for success

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Elizabeth Perez takes over as the Director of Recruitment and Retention for CAHNRS.

Scholarships, connections help WSU minority students become leaders in agriculture

Scholarships, connections help WSU minority students become leaders in agriculture

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WSU students are helping change the face of agriculture through involvement in MANRRS.

Vicki McCracken honored as WSU Faculty Woman of Distinction

Vicki McCracken honored as WSU Faculty Woman of Distinction

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Lauded for her role as a teacher, advisor, mentor, and leader over her decades-long career at WSU, Vicki McCracken was named Faculty Woman of Distinction…

New assistant dean determined to assist underrepresented groups

New assistant dean determined to assist underrepresented groups

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Luz Maria Gordillo is CAHNRS’ new Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Excellence

WSU project aims to support rural youth experiencing COVID stress

WSU project aims to support rural youth experiencing COVID stress

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Kits with supplies like stress balls, fidgets, and noise cancelling headphones will be sent to 600 young people in rural Washington to use when they…

2021 graduate working to improve life for people with disabilities

2021 graduate working to improve life for people with disabilities

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New WSU Vancouver graduate Abby Griffith testified before two state legislative committees this spring about the importance of public transportation for people with disabilities.

First gen WSU wine alumnus creates new Petit Verdot

First gen WSU wine alumnus creates new Petit Verdot

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WALLA WALLA, Wash. – At 31 years old, WSU Viticulture & Enology alumnus Noel Perez (‘20) recently created and launched a 2016 Petit Verdot under…

WSU women reflect on academic accomplishments, challenges to overcome

WSU women reflect on academic accomplishments, challenges to overcome

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International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, and cultural achievements of women. It is a moment to look back on the strides that women have…

Journeys of change: CAHNRS scholars reflect on Black History Month, inspirations

Journeys of change: CAHNRS scholars reflect on Black History Month, inspirations

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Scholars reflect on their personal, historic inspirations as they make their mark