CAHNRS Coug Connections: Lambert Ngenzi

Each week, we showcase one of our CAHNRS Ambassadors, a student leadership organization that encourages students to pursue higher education and serves as a liaison between the college and the greater community. This week, we’re featuring Lambert Ngenzi, a junior from Kent, Wash. What are you studying? I’m majoring in Environmental and Ecosystem Sciences, with a minor in GIS. Why […]

Formal portrait photo of Lambert Ngenzi

Post-harvest Health, Public-Private Partnerships, GIS

A Better Way to Manage Fruit Rots Providing consumers with the best possible eating experience is a constant goal of the Washington tree fruit industry and its research partners. That goal is being met through delicious new varieties of fruit as well as through more behind-the-scenes developments. One of those recent developments has growers using […]

Mapping Complexity, Connections, Science Matters

WSU Grad Student Is Mapping Complexity in Washington Wine Country As you read this, a graduate student in Prosser is sitting in front of his computer, for the umpteen millionth hour, bashing his head against the mapmaker’s perennial problem: the map can never be as detailed as the terrain it represents. But that doesn’t mean […]