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STEM opportunities abound in agriculture fields

CAHNRS has several programs and a wide variety of opportunities for students seeking STEM degrees.

WSU’s Lind Field Day returns June 16

Learn about the latest research on crops and practices for dryland farming at 104th annual event.

Doctoral graduate in Crop Sciences helps improve crops that feed the world

As a Crop Sciences PhD student, Karansher Sandhu helped improve grain yields and nutritional quality.

Crop scientist Cedric Habiyaremye shares quinoa’s hunger-fighting potential in TED Talk

WSU researcher's efforts to introduce nutritious crop featured on TED@Work

Crop scientist Cedric Habiyaremye highlights global food security challenge amid pandemic

Cedric Habiyaremye, research associate in Crop and Soil Sciences, shared challenges facing international food security due to COVID-19.

Crop and Soils student’s discoveries on root growth featured in Plant and Cell Physiology

Thiel Lehman Fundamental research by 2019 WSU Crop and Soil Sciences doctoral graduate Thiel Lehman was featured this summer in Plant and Cell Physiology. Advised…

CAHNRS Faculty Feature: Steve Fransen

We asked several CAHNRS Ambassadors, excellent students who love WSU and their college, to name their favorite or most influential professors. And now we’re featuring…

CAHNRS Faculty Feature: Kevin Murphy

We're featuring outstanding and influential CAHNRS faculty members in a weekly series. This week, we're profiling Kevin Murphy from WSU's Department of Crop and Soil…

CAHNRS Faculty Feature: John Reganold

We asked several CAHNRS Ambassadors, excellent students who love WSU and their college, to name their favorite professors. Here, we're showcasing John Reganold, regents professor…

From a Refugee Facing Hunger – To a Student Learning To Fight It

Cedric Habiyaremye is a graduate student at WSU researching crops that will help improve nutrition and make farming systems more sustainable. It all began two…
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