Scholarships

Washington Wine Industry Foundation chooses six WSU students for scholarships

Six WSU students recently received scholarship funding from the Washington Wine Industry Foundation.

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Four WSU grad students selected for 2023-2024 ASEV scholarships

Four WSU graduate students are among the 25 individuals selected to receive highly competitive scholarships from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture.

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‘Raise a Glass, Fund a Scholarship’ program to raise funds for V&E students through December

Buy a case of wine to help WSU students and maybe check one (or more) names off your holiday gift list this year. Now through December, Chateau Ste. Michelle will donate $3 per wine case…

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Udall scholar looks to economics to help her tribal community

Jonnie Bray has seen systemic poverty while working in the Native American legal system. She enrolled at WSU to help expand opportunities for her community.

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WSU graduate students receive scholarships for advancing Washington wine industry

Four graduate students at Washington State University’s Viticulture and Enology Program have been awarded scholarships from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture. Award recipients Bernadette Gagnier, Margaret McCoy, Alexa McDaniel, and Arunabha Mitra, who study at WSU’s Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center (IAREC) in Prosser, Wash., will be able to use their scholarship […]

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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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Les Dames organization debuts new scholarship for WSU women in agriculture

The Seattle Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, a nonprofit invitational organization of women leaders in the food, beverage, and hospitality industries, has endowed a new scholarship at Washington State University for organic and sustainable agriculture. WSU student Harmony Stephens, who is currently pursuing a degree in Organic Agriculture Systems and Soil Science, is the first recipient of the award. She said […]

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