Fellowship perfect fit for plant breeding student

WSU grad student Aichatou Waziri wants to make healthier food through plant breeding, and a new Fellowship will help her on her career path.

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Recent grad gives back with first career paycheck

2020 grad Neftali Garcia donated his entire first paycheck back in his new job to the Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF), which supported him through his college career.

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New chair encourages personal, team discoveries in WSU’s Biological Systems Engineering department

Manuel Garcia-Pérez will lead faculty and students as they make discoveries for a healthy environment, renewable energy, productive and sustainable agriculture, and safe and nutritious foods.

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CAHNRS Talk Tuesday: Rachel DeMiero

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 Rachel DeMiero, a senior from Shelton, Wash. What are you studying? I’m majoring in Human Development. Favorite Show/Movie: Gilmore Girls Favorite Cougar Tradition: One of […]

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