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Perfect Storm Would Be Disastrous for Ag Research, Extension

When Hurricane Grace collided with a tropical cyclone off the Atlantic Coast in 1991, the result was what experts called “the perfect storm.” It created…

Budget News Wrap for 2010

In this last budget missive of the year, there really isn’t much new information to share. The numbers haven’t changed in terms of the cash…

Stakeholders, Faculty, Staff Gather at R&E Centers for Campaign Kick-off

Even though they knew he couldn’t hear them, applause and cheers went up from the 70 or so people watching at the WSU Mount Vernon…

Budget Update – Big Ideas

Dear Colleagues, Chairs and directors within CAHNRS and WSU Extension are in the throes of developing plans to address the two budget reductions I described…

Budget Update – Working through the Scenarios

Dear Colleagues, As we work our way through the latest budget reductions, it is critical that we all understand exactly what our charge is. Currently,…

Budget Update – the “New Normal”

Dear Colleagues, My last budget communication on September 27 outlined the challenges we as a university and a college face over the coming months. It…

Budget Update – Dealing with the Crisis

Dear Colleagues, I am sure you have seen the headlines and messages from state officials concerning the fiscal crisis that grips our state. Revenue forecasts…

CAHNRS and WSU Extension again Raise Extramural Funding Bar

It is no secret that recent reductions in WSU’s state budget allocations have left us in a challenging position. Despite these reductions, the University leadership…

Answering the Call: CAHNRS Graduate Programs Show Significant Improvement

One of the key benchmarks in WSU’s quest to become an AAU-like institution is enhancing the quality and enrollment of our graduate programs. In comparing…

Elimination of Agricultural Research Funds: Bad Public Policy, Bad Economics

At a time when the state most needs to support its primary and reliable economic engines, a movement is afoot in Olympia which would cripple…
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