PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University and the Washington State Department of Agriculture have partnered with the new Northwest and Rocky Mountain Regional Food Business Center, launched by the U.S. […]
Seeking new tools to improve soil health, scientists at Washington State University are studying electric signals that bounce between plants and the underworld community of microbes that sustains them. This […]
More than 50 students in WSU’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences were recognized March 30, 2023, during an evening awards ceremony and banquet at Ensminger Pavilion in Pullman, Washington.
Scientists at WSU IAREC will share their research alongside Heritage University undergraduate students during the Honoring Undergraduate and Graduate Scholars Symposium on March 31. The event, set to take place on the Heritage University campus in Toppenish, Washington, represents an ongoing alliance between the two universities while helping WSU graduate students improve their mentoring skills.
Twenty-one scientists and educators in WSU’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences received promotion in tenure or career tracks for 2023. Faculty members advancing their careers work in more than a dozen fields