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Fighting viruses leads to international Humboldt Award for WSU virologist

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Hanu Pappu has dedicated his life to lessening the negative impacts of plant viruses. His contributions in plant pathology have resulted in a prestigious Humboldt…

Monarchs ride west coast winds: Proof of butterfly migration from WSU & citizen scientists

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Tagging and releasing nearly 15,000 Monarch butterflies provides proof of their migration from PNW to California.

‘It’s all about the kids’: Coach, educator Gordon Davis inspires excellence for 5 decades

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In the classroom, the boardroom, and in the frigid walk-in coolers where he coached his beloved intercollegiate meats judging teams, Washington State University alumnus Gordon…

Student’s intellect, drive result in scholarships and grants

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Ph.D. viticulture student earned a national scholarship for his interdisciplinary research that aims to save water for the grape-growing industry.

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