Mann Family Endowed Scholarship

Barb and Eric Mann were first introduced to the Viticulture and Enology program within WSU at an Auction of Washington Wine event. Passionate about the work that Thomas Henick-Kling initiated at the Wine Science Center in Tri-Cities and a history serving in the military, the Mann’s decided to create an endowed scholarship that specifically benefits […]

Monson, Arvid Viticulture and Enology Scholarship

This fund is in honor of Arvid Monson, founder of Goose Ridge Vineyard & Estate Winery. Good Ridge is an estate winery dedicated to handcrafting exquisite wines from grapes grown on their 2,200 acre vineyard. With three generations of diversified agriculture in the Columbia Valley, the Monson family believes that great wines start in the […]

Mercer Ranches School of Economic Sciences Specialty Crops Fellowship

Rob (’91 Political Science) and Brenda (’90 Business) are lifelong Coug supporters. They are establishing this fund to honor their family’s commitment to higher education. Award Requirements The principal of this Fund shall be used to support a non-first year PhD student whose research is focused on specialty crops (with the exception of marijuana) in […]

McAndrew, Dr. William and Margaret (Love) Scholarship in Viticulture

A Harvard graduate, “Dr. Bill” was a humble and skilled surgeon in the Northwest and very much a WSU supporter.  A graduate of WSU, Margaret was an artist in all respects with rich roots in the state of Washington. In her family are generations of WSU graduates that extend to the hard-working homesteaders of Eastern Washington […]

Mathison, Kyle and Jan Scholarship

Kyle and Jan Mathison have a rich background both in agriculture and with WSU.  They reside in the Wenatchee area where they are orchardists, viticulturists, and wine makers.  Kyle and Jan both have a long family history with WSU.  Kyle is a second generation Cougar and Jan is the third generation of women to graduate […]

MacNey, Gerry and Mac Scholarship

Geraldine Alberta Smith was born in Spokane in 1921 and lived there until she went away to Washington State College.  (Her father thought secretarial school preferable for a female, but consented to university after several girls died when their dresses caught fire during a pageant she was participating in.)  At WSC she majored in pharmacy, […]

Maguire, James International Seed Technology Fellowship

James Maguire epitomizes the concept of world-class faculty. His love for the students and pride in watching their accomplishments is supplemented by the creation of this fellowship within the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at Washington State University.  A job with the Bureau of Reclamation in Pasco sparked an interest and belief that seeds were […]

Manning, Patricia Ann Britten Memorial Scholarship

Patricia was born October 1940 in Mount Vernon. She graduated from Snohomish High School in 1958 and enrolled at Washington State University that fall, majoring in dairy science. During her high school years, Pat developed a small herd of Holstein dairy cattle in conjunction with her 4-H club activities. These cattle were maintained on nearby […]

Manus, Louis J. and Francis Scholarship

Louis Manus received his Bachelors of Science degree in Agriculture in Dairy Manufacturing in 1932 from Washington State College.  Following graduation he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army Reserve.  In 1934, Manus received his Master’s degree from West Virginia University in Dairy Science and returned to complete his Ph.D. at Washington […]

Maughan, H. Delight and Orlo H. Scholarship

There is hereby established at Washington State University the H. Delight and Orlo H. Maughan Scholarships, honoring Dr. and Mrs. Maughan. Dr. Orlo R. Maughan joined the faculty of Washington State University as Chairman of the Department of Agricultural Economics, a post he held until his death in 1947.  Mrs. Maughan joined the WSU faculty […]