McCroskey, R.C. Research Fellowship

The R. C. McCroskey Research Fellowship fund will be awarded each year to a graduate student who is interested in advanced work in problems connected with the establishment of a permanent system of agriculture in the Palouse country or with other problems dealing with the general field of science.

McCroskey, Marion Flood and J. Houston Scholarship

This scholarship fund was established first in memory of J. Houston McCroskey, a member of the WSU class of 1909, who passed away in 1966. Mr. McCroskey was very successful in the livestock industry, with emphasis on short horn cattle. He later entered the dairy field, becoming manager of the Spokane plant of Carnation Co., […]

McDougall, John and Maggie Memorial Fund

John McDougall came to Douglas county in 1866 and settled on a homestead near Farmer, Washington. At this time Washington was still a territory. John married Maggie Hurley whose parents were Oregon pioneers. Their two daughters Edith and Mae grew up in Douglas County. In 1914, when John McDougall died, the girls, ages ten and […]

McKenzie, Raymond Harrison Endowed Scholarship

Helen McLean is the great-granddaughter of Daniel Green McKenzie, a founder of Three Rivers – or Pullman as it is known today. Helen’s father, Raymond Harrison McKenzie had a fruit ranch at Boyer (River Park). Helen remembers professors from WSC (WSU) coming to visit her father at the ranch, as they believed he had an […]

McNeal Family Scholarship in Horticulture

Donor C. F. McNeal, a WSU alumnus (BS 1947 Electrical Engineering), enjoyed a long career in the tree-fruit industry in Wenatchee. Award Requirements The distribution from this fund shall be used to award one or more scholarships to WSU students according to the following criteria. Students pursuing a degree in Horticulture with focus on Tree Fruit […]

Melville, William H. and Stella M. Scholarship

William and Stella Melville are life-long Washington State University Cougars. From their earliest moments, they have enjoyed their association with WSU and continue to make the most of their WSU connections and activities. Bill was a student at WSU and Bill and Stella have been Cougar parents, Cougar Club members, President’s Associates and avid Cougar […]

Meyer, Frank and Henry Scholarship

This fund was established by a bequest from Dr. Edward R. Meyer to honor his brothers, Frank and Henry Meyer, both long-time dairy farmers at Delphi Washington. The fund shall provide scholarships to Washington State University students in agriculture.

Michel Memorial Scholarship

Henry and Celia Helena (Peterson) Michel established this scholarship, along with John Michel, their son. All since are deceased. Henry graduated from WSU in 1924 in Mechanical Engineering. A scholarship in that area has also been created. John graduated from WSU in 1953 in Business Administration. Celia graduated from WSU in 1924 with a degree […]

Moltzau, Ralph and Irene Scholarship Fund

Ralph Moltzau was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. As a high school student employee at the University of Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, in 1929 he made the first successful graft of the macadamia nut which made it possible to produce selected stock for commercial purposes. Though offered a job with the Hawaiian Macadamia Nut […]

Millam, Leo Scholarship

This scholarship was established through the will of Leo H. Millam, Sr., a resident of Lewis County, to provide scholarships to students studying in the traditional home economic areas, now known as Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles, Human Development, and Interior Design.