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Melissa Hansen holds her trophy.

WSU wine industry research liaison recognized with Walter J. Clore Award

Melissa Hansen, Washington State Wine Commission research program director, is the 2022 Walter J. Clore Award winner. The award recognizes her work to establish a strong research partnership between the wine industry and WSU.
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WSU Extension awarded grant to promote digital inclusion in rural Grays Harbor County

A new grant will help WSU’s Grays Harbor County Extension advance its mission of bringing digital resources directly to Native nations and rural communities.
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WSU Extension part of grant to boost mental health resources in rural, underserved areas

WSU Extension is part of a new program created to increase access to mental health treatment and recovery for students in rural and underserved school districts.
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Forest debris could shelter mountain huckleberry from climate change

Forestry scientists study how fallen logs could shelter the huckleberry from a hotter, drier future
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WSU Extension working to expand reliable, high-speed broadband access statewide

Washington State University Extension is collaboratively leading the charge to expand statewide access to reliable, high-speed internet.
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WSU wins first meat judging contest in over 50 years

WSU's meat judging team won Champion Team Overall at the National Western Stock Show, their first contest in 50 years.
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Award supports biofuel sustainability research through specialized equipment access

A team of WSU researchers was awarded one of 20 exploratory grants to more precisely understand how plants use nutrients from soil at the level of single cells.
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