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WSU alumna returns as V&E department’s newest winemaker

As the newest winemaker in WSU’s Department of Viticulture & Enology, alumna Madelyn Caleron is living out her passion.

Head shot of Madelyn Calderon standing outside and wearing a black T-shirt

Making CAHNRS better: Awards go to outstanding faculty and staff

Great teachers and advisors, forward-thinking researchers, inspiring Extension specialists, and an impactful team were recognized with annual Faculty and Staff Awards.

Excellence Award- Bealle King

WSU partners with local community colleges to enhance urban forests

WSU is working with four local community colleges to improve tree canopy cover in several urban areas throughout the state. The five-year project, designed to increase resilience amid a changing climate, is supported by a nearly $1.8 million USDA grant.

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Tri-state team releases calendar guide for more productive, sustainable pastures

Experts drew from a century of knowledge for a new year-round guide meant to boost the health and productivity of the region’s pastureland.

Stock photo- Western mountain pastures

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 Professor to build bioeconomy partnerships through the Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair Award

Professor Bin Yang is headed to Toulouse, France, as a new recipient of the Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair Award.

Bin Yang lab members.

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. 

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