Decision Aids

WSU Scientist Pays It Forward with Agrotechnology Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge is power, and in data-poor regions of the world, techniques that make data collection more efficient are a boon for local researchers and the stakeholders they serve. That’s why WSU agrometeorologist Gerrit Hoogenboom helped lead a series of workshops in Tanzania, Ghana and Kenya to transfer decision-support system technologies to researchers in African nations.

WSU CAHNRS Honors Plant Pathologist for Meritorious Service

PULLMAN, Wash. – Gary Grove, a professor in the Washington State University Department of Plant Pathology who is working at Prosser, is the first recipient of the WSU College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences’ Meritorious Service Award for his service to and leadership of the college’s AgWeatherNet System the past four years.