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LJ Smith Hall circa 1949

History book chronicles 130-year evolution of agricultural engineering at WSU

As agriculture changed over the last century, so did agricultural engineering at WSU
Graphic logo with words CAHNRS For ALL: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion. The word ALL is centered and dominant, in block letters with over 20 mini logos inside. The logos represent aspects of college, including paws, fruits, trees, bees, microscopes, and much more.

Learning from indigenous populations common thread in new grants

Three new grants will help promote education and partnerships in communities, with a common focus of working with, and learning from, native populations.
A woman in an orange sweater and white shirt sits at a lab desk, holding a tray of vials of polyphenol extracts.

German visiting scholar studies red wine quality, composition at WSU Wine Science Center

As a student in Germany, Ingrid Weilack was inspired by Washington State University enology professor Jim Harbertson. Now, the visiting scholar is experiencing what it’s like to work with him at the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center.
David Gibby filming a series of promotional videos for the first Master Gardeners' clinic.

From humble roots: Approaching 50th anniversary of Extension Master Gardener Program in Washington State

How Extension agents launched a novel program that turns 50 in 2023: Extension Master Gardeners.
A woman in a black vest and gray shirt stands in a vineyard with blue sky in the background.

Q&A: Viticulture & Enology Department Founding Chair Jean Dodson Peterson

Jean Dodson Peterson joined WSU this fall as founding chair of the newly established Department of Viticulture and Enology. In a Q&A, she describes her goals for the department, including combatting climate change’s effect on grapes and curriculum redesign.
Cosmic Crisp(R) Mother Tree

Fresh harvest of WSU’s research-boosting apple hits stores Dec. 1

With each harvest, scientists learn more about how to grow and share the WSU-bred Cosmic Crisp® apple.

Australian professor shares herbicide resistance knowledge during WSU visit

A recent visit from Australian professor Michael Walsh demonstrates that the key to helping WSU weed science researchers battle herbicide resistance could come from Down Under.
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