CAHNRS Community Scholarship

The intent of this scholarship is to support College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resources (CAHNRS) students who may otherwise not be able to complete their degree due to financial hardship. Award Requirements The distributions from this Fund shall be used for scholarships to student(s) majoring in CAHNRS degrees who demonstrate strong potential, work ethic, […]

Casavant, Kenneth and Dorothy Family School of Economic Sciences Excellence Endowment

Ken and Dorothy Casavant, along with their family, have established this fund to provide for the continuing development of the School of Economic Sciences, supporting their students and research. By honoring the 50 years of Ken’s service to WSU and to celebrate Dorothy’s commitment to both WSU and the Pullman community, the Casavant family endeavors […]

Christianson, Alfred Mark Memorial Fellowship

Alfred “Mark” Christianson was a commercial seed crop farmer for 36 years in the Snohomish Stilliguamish Valley. Mark was the grandson of Alfred Christianson, whom founded Alf Christianson Seed Company in Mount Vernon, WA in 1926. Above all Mark was a strong proponent of education and invested much in furthering agricultural scientific research. Mark spent […]

CAHNRS Scholarship

The CAHNRS Scholarship was created in 1982 and provides undergraduates and graduate scholarship to students within CAHNRS. The endowment was supported by many contributions from alumni and friends.

Cramer, Gail L. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Scholarship

Gail and Marilyn met as students at Washington State University and were married shortly after graduation in 1963.  Both treasure the memories of the time spent in Pullman.  Gail’s degree was in Agricultural Economics and Marilyn’s degree was in Business Administration.  Their degrees from Washington State University have served them well, allowing both a great […]

Chinook District-Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs

The Chinook District of the Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs has supported annual scholarship for Horticulture for over 20 years. The Chinook District Garden Club was federated in 1964 and belongs to the Pacific Region of National Garden Clubs, Inc., the largest volunteer gardening organization in the world.  You can learn more about this […]

Carlson, James R. and Diana M. Scholarship

James Carlson, now retired, was a long-time administrator within the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resources Sciences. His last position was as director of the WSU Agricultural Research Center. A scholarship shall be awarded annually in the name of James R. and Diana M. Carlson to a Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and […]

Château Ste. Michelle Endowed Scholarship

Founded at the end of Prohibition in 1934, Château Ste. Michelle is the oldest winery in Washington. Combining Old World winemaking traditions with New World modifications, this Woodinville winery is best known for its award-winning Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Wine and Spirits magazine named Château Ste. Michelle winery of the year in 2001. It […]