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A man in rubber gloves touches leaves on a plant in a greenhouse.

Graduate students accepted into prestigious fellowship

Four WSU graduate students recently earned acceptance into the prestigious Rockey FFAR Fellows Program.
Infant formula

WSU food safety expert answers questions on baby formula shortage

Consumer food safety specialist Stephanie Smith fields questions from parents during the formula shortage.
A child sits at a table holding plastic sticks. She's cutting into a pile of green playdough with the sticks used as knives.

WSU Children’s Center earns national accreditation

WSU's Children’s Center completed a three-year process to earn national accreditation from a national early-learning organization.
Two black cows standing at a fence in a foggy grass field.

State 4-H livestock judging qualifier changing location

Washington State 4-H’s state 4-H livestock judging contest is moving to the Grant County Fairgrounds in Moses Lake, Wash. and will be held Saturday, June 25.
Potato field day

June 23: WSU Potato Field Day offers look at seed, pest trials, virus-sniffing dog

Sharing discoveries in seed quality, new varieties, pests, and growing practices to help NW potatoes thrive
4 people stand a few feet apart in line, all staring at their smartphones.

What time is worth: Smartphones reduce value people place on wait time

WSU researchers find the value that people place on their time while waiting is significantly reduced in the age of smartphones.
Don Llewellyn at fair

New Extension Director Don Llewellyn comes home to Lincoln County

Extension researcher and educator puts his practical, positive approach to work for the people of home county.
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