Finkel, Rose Ann Diversity in Brewing Fund

In 1977, twelve years before Rose Ann Finkel co-founded Seattle’s iconic Pike Brewing, Truffles, the “gourmet grocery” that she and two other women started was rated by Time Magazine as “one of America’s five best specialty food stores.” She is a pioneer in the wine business as well, working with her husband Charles to market […]

Floch, Travirse M. and Eula Boggan Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is in memory of Travirse M. Floch (1884-1970) and his wife Eula Boggan Floch (1884-1968), both pioneer residents of Asotin County, Washington.  Both were born and lived in Asotin County all their lives and were very interested in the education of young people. Award Requirements Students receiving this scholarship should be full-time, regularly enrolled […]

Feenan, Frank P. Memorial Scholarship

Funds provided through a will for scholarships for any students enrolled in any department of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences who has demonstrated an intellectual ability in their studies, good character, and potential growth and development.

Ferguson, Jean (Thornton) Graduate Fellowship in Viticulture and Enology

Award Requirements The income from this endowment fund shall be used to provide fellowship stipends in viticulture/enology to be used by the recipient for such things as tuition and fees, subsistence, research expenses, and other educationally related costs.  The graduate fellowship is available to graduate students on the Pullman campus or at any branch campus […]

Foeppel, Bill Memorial Scholarship

Bill Foeppel was an important influence upon the irrigated agricultural industry in the Columbia Basin for over 30 years. He worked as a fieldman with a Quincy agrichemical dealership when irrigation first began in the Basin project.  He later served as Area Extension Agent in both Grant-Adams and Benton-Franklin counties. Bill also worked as a […]

Franklin, Glen D. Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Cropping Systems

Born in 1936 to a farm family near Onalaska, Washington, Glen Franklin attended Washington State University as a veteran, using the G.I. Bill for the costs of his undergraduate study, and graduated in 1961. Between graduate and undergraduate studies, he attended the University of Bonn in Germany and worked for the U.S. government. Graduate study […]

Frasier, Fred W. Memorial Scholarship

The family, friends, and poultry industry of the state of Washington to honor Fred W. Frasier, a graduate of Washington State College, created this scholarship. Frasier, prior to his death in 1948, was Extension Poultryman for the Agricultural Extension Service and was recognized in the state and nation for his outstanding contribution to the poultry […]

Fulfs, Robert and Myrtle Endowed Scholarship in Animal Sciences

Robert Fulfs received a BS degree in Animal Husbandry from Washington State College in 1938. Since 1938, he has been a small grains and livestock farmer in Whitman County. In 1945, Mr. Fulfs married Myrtle Stout. They have three children: Marilyn Robinson, John Fulfs, Robynn Fulfs, and two grandchildren: Kelly Robinson and Michael Robinson. While […]