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Desire to improve food safety leads Afghan student to WSU, national fellowship

Barakatullah Mohammadi has received a prestigious Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research Fellowship.

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Uprooting bias: Decoupling discrimination from portrayals of invasive insects

Historic racial bias has frequently shaped portrayals of invasive insects and the words used to describe them. Scientists are working to push back against that biased language. “Historical Perspectives of Anti-Asian Racism in the United States: Uprooting Society Biases and Moving Forward,” an article written by Washington State University graduate Trinity Reeve, reviewed literature on […]

Trinity Reeve

Four WSU grad students selected for 2023-2024 ASEV scholarships

Four WSU graduate students are among the 25 individuals selected to receive highly competitive scholarships from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture.

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New cross-college major bridges agriculture and human health

In WSU’s new Human Nutrition and Food Systems major, students will study the connection from fields to plates to human health.

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Upcoming Auction of Washington Wines events support evolving WSU V&E research and education

In August, Auction of Washington Wines is hosting several fundraising events that will directly benefit WSU’s viticulture and enology department.

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