Sarah Schaub

Tom Mick Endowed Chair in Grain Economics

The Washington Grain Commission (WGC), effective July 27, 2009, was created through state legislation by merging the Washington Wheat Commission (WWC) and the Washington Barley Commission (WBC). The WWC and WBC were originally created by producers in 1958 and 1985, respectively, to fund industry research, education and marketing self-help programs through assessments on each bushel […]

Scott Family Professorship in Biological Systems Engineering

Dr. Norman “Norm” Scott and his sister, Frances (Scott) Pierce, grew up on the family farm in Peone Prairie, WA. Both graduated from WSU (Dr. Scott ’58 Agricultural Engineering; Mrs. Pierce ’57 AA), as did Mrs. Pierce’s children, Lisa Pierce May (’85 Comm.) and Scott Pierce (’89 Env. Sci.). Uses and Purposes: Distributions from this […]

Luce, Bill Memorial Scholarship

Award Requirements The principal of this Fund shall be used for scholarships to outstanding student(s) studying in tree fruit-related fields. Individual scholarships awarded should not be less than $500 and should not exceed 50% of one year’s tuition at WSU to any one student.

Detering, Richard and Linda Scholarship in CAHNRS

Rich (EE -69′) and Linda (HD- 68′, deceased) Detering are establishing this scholarship to help students SW Washington students attend Washington State University who might otherwise not be able to get a college education. Award Requirements The distributions from this Fund shall be used to award one or more scholarships in the College of Agricultural, […]

Robinson, Bob and Betty Scholarship

Bob Robinson is establishing this scholarship to ensure agronomic education at the undergraduate and graduate level. Bob farmed in the Latah and Whitman County area for decades. This scholarship will allow generations of WSU students to be supported and inspired to keep innovating in agriculture. Award Requirements The distributions from this Fund shall be used […]

Borth, John Cleve and Judith J. Scholarship

John Cleve Borth graduated from WSU in 1957. His major was Agricultural Economics so he has an interest in supporting those who choose to study the field of economics and agricultural economics.  Judith also attended WSU, as have all of their four children and three of their grandchildren. John Cleve and Judith have contributed to […]

Lee, Don and Carolyn Education Fund

Don and Carolyn’s affiliation with WSU is decades old. Carolyn received a BA in Education in 1960. Don received a BS in Animal Sciences in 1958 and a Masters degree in 1960. After getting a doctorate in Nutritional Biochemistry (a program in the Animal Sciences Department) from the University of Illinois Don did research at […]

Arms, George Nathaniel Scholarship

This scholarship is created to honor George Nathaniel Arms, his life and passion for the orchard industry. George managed an orchard for fifty years in Pennsylvania. He would visit his Son, Philip, who settled in Washington and travel Eastern Washington together. During those trips, George delighted in seeing the Washington State University Research Orchards and […]

Levinskas, Dave Scholarship in Viticulture and Enology

Dave has a passion for wine and enjoys supporting local students at Washington State University. Award Requirements The principal of this Fund shall be used for two (2) graduate scholarships (Masters), including tuition, books, and fees, to be awarded based on financial need, to one male student and one female student enrolled in the Viticulture […]

Brown, Harold R. Graduate Education Fund

Harold Brown was a successful businessman who wanted to give back to society through the foundation he created. Food security and production were causes that were important to him because of the work done by his nephew, Professor Timothy D. Murray. Providing opportunities for students to advance their education in plant pathology will help enable […]