Uses and Purposes Distributions from this Fund shall be used to supplement the salary of the holder of the professorship, to pay salaries for his or her assistants, and to pay expenses associated with the holder’s scholarly work.
Uses and Purposes The purpose of the endowment fund is to support high quality teaching and scholarly work on the economics of sustainable development. Supported efforts are expected to contribute effectively to the strategic goals of the School of Economic Sciences. The proceeds from the endowment fund may be used to supplement the salary of […]
The Charlotte Y. Martin Foundation is dedicated to the ideals of the late Mrs. Charlotte Y. Martin, an advocate and champion of education for young people. Uses and Purposes The major objectives of the Charlotte Y. Martin Distinguished Professorship in Agricultural Research are:
This Endowed Chair is named for Norm Ehmann, vice president emeritus of Van Waters and Rogers (an international pesticide and industrial chemical distributing company.) Ehmann has worked more than 50 years in the pesticide industry. Internationally recognized in his field, he is considered to be the father of the structural pest control industry. Uses and […]
The Forest Biotechnology and Forest Biochemistry Distinguished Professorships are dedicated to the memory and values of Arthur M. Tode and his wife, Kate E. Tode. Together they created and funded the Arthur M. and Olga T. Eisig – Arthur M. and Kate Eisig Tode Foundation, which provided a major gift to the Institute of Biological […]
Several problems have been identified with the growing of Dahlias for personal enjoyment and by commercial growers. For this reason, a Distinguished Professorship has been established in order to pursue the much needed research in the area of Plant Pathology. Some of the problems which have been identified include; how dahlias are affected by virus, […]
Uses and Purposes The purpose of the endowment fund is to support high quality teaching and scholarly work on the economics of agriculture, the food system, resource and/or environmental issues. Supported efforts are expected to contribute effectively to the strategic goals of the School of Economic Sciences.
In 1926, Alf Christianson left his job as fieldman for the Charles H. Lilly Seed Company in Seattle where he had worked for 17 years. He moved to Mount Vernon, Washington and opened his own seed company, which specialized in producing vegetable seed for wholesale to seed warehouses in the eastern United States. Calling his […]
The Gordon Davis Family created this fund to highlight and honor the legacy of Gordon’s Great Grandfather, James S. “Cashup” Davis. Cashup had substantial interests and was widely regarded as a visionary with respect to a broad spectrum of issues that included promotion of the Palouse Country, crops, soil, livestock, water, wildlife, entrepreneurship, hospitality, small […]