Adaptable Workforce

Love of food science leads WSU grad student to research solutions for smoke-affected wines

Charity Maosah’s passion for agriculture and food science stems from an inquisitive personality and a childhood spent on her family’s farm in Kenya.

Charity Maosah stands outside

WSU human development department establishes needs-based scholarship for students

The Human Development Student Emergency Fund is a new needs-based scholarship that will help students with financial hardships they face while doing their fieldwork, as well as any other emergency financial needs that arise. 

A WSU student and a child play with toys at a table. Other children and adults are next to and behind them.

CAHNRS Honors go to top students, emerging leaders

The best and brightest scholars in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences shone Thursday, April 4, 2024, during the CAHNRS Honors awards ceremony

Stubbs and Ikueze

Partner to help tomorrow’s wine leaders overcome unexpected hurdles

With help from passionate Cougs and the wine community, students facing unexpected hurdles can stay on track for success.

Wine science student working with grape liquids.

April 5: 41st WSU Fashion Show celebrates the journey of student artisans

Seven months of student craft, creativity, and care go into “Artisan,” the 41st annual AMDT Fashion Show.

Yale with patterns

First-gen WSU transfer student looks ahead to bright future in wine industry

WSU transfer student Hector Estrada knows that when he graduates with a bachelor’s degree in viticulture and enology this spring, he’ll have the work experience and knowledge necessary for a successful career in the wine industry.

Hector stands next to rows of wine barrels sitting on their sides.