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CAHNRS Coug Connections: Molly Dilworth

Posted by Scott Weybright | February 20, 2018

Each week, we showcase one of our CAHNRS Ambassadors, a student leadership organization that encourages students to pursue higher education and serves as a liaison between the college and the greater community. This week, we’re featuring Molly Dilworth, a senior from Vancouver, Wash.

Formal portrait photo of Molly Dilworth
Molly Dilworth

What are you studying?

I’m majoring in Agricultural and Food Business Economics, with a minor in Agricultural Systems Management.

Why did you choose WSU?

I visited WSU during my senior year of high school and absolutely fell in love. The campus was beautiful and the people were so excited to be here. That’s when I realized Pullman as where I needed to be.

What is special about being a CAHNRS Coug?

The family atmosphere of CAHNRS has made my college experience amazing. The CAHNRS program has given me so many opportunities and I’ve created so many relationships.

What is your favorite CAHNRS class so far and why?

Econ 311 (Econometrics): The professor was awesome and it was a class that strongly challenged me!

Who are influential professors that you’ve had, and how did they impact your life?

Vicki McCracken was always willing to help me out and pushed me to strive to do better in her course.

What extracurricular activities are you involved in besides ambassadors?

Economics Club and Intramural basketball

What is a fun fact about you?

I love to be a part of agriculture!

What advice would you give an incoming freshman/high school senior to help them adjust to college?

It’s normal to be afraid of going to college, but if you put yourself out there and follow your passions, college will be the time of your life.

Favorite item/flavor at Ferdinand’s?

Cougar Tracks