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New student exchange to Germany explores resilient, sustainable crop traits

New program helps students learn how crop research advances happen through international cooperation.
Deer fawns

Habitat survey sheds light on survival of iconic mule deer

What's happening to iconic mule deer could affect range of wild species.
Hen drinking from pond

Protect livestock, pets during summer heat wave

Temperature spikes put livestock animals and pets at risk, warn extension experts.
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New grant to help youth in foster care succeed in college

A new study led by WSU faculty wants to make the transition to higher education less intimidating and more realistic for youths in the foster care system, thanks to a five-year, $3.8 million grant.
At night, a woman in a mask inspects grapes in a blue bin using a headlight on her forehead.

Founding chair to focus on students in new viticulture and enology department

Jean Dodson Peterson will join WSU this fall as the founding chair of the newly created Department of Viticulture and Enology.
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Demo: ‘nomadic broadband’ could help rural first responders stay connected

Extension educators, partners testing nomadic unit in rugged, forested terrain
John McNamara

John McNamara, WSU animal scientist, named to Washington State Academy of Sciences

Emeritus professor honored for groundbreaking research in nutritional physiology of farm animals
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