Pitts, Max Memorial AMDT Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is established in loving memory of Max Pitts. Max attended WSU and pursued a degree in Apparel, Merchandising, Design & Textiles (AMDT), with an emphasis in merchandising. Max loved fashion and saw his future through the AMDT degree. He was a friend to many and loved by his family, friends and Phi Sigma […]

Picha Family Scholarship

David Picha graduated from WSU in 1972 with a B.S. in Agronomy. While his career took another path, the study if the Earth’s natural resources remains a priority, and he and Kay Picha established this scholarship to help the next generation of students as they pursue the same education. Award Requirements This is a need-based […]

Peters, William George and Carolyn Mae Horticulture Scholarship

The scholarship is established by the Peters Family Trust funded by William George and Carolyn Mae Peters. From the obituary (March 20, 2015) of Carolyn Mae Peters: Carolyn graduated from WSU in 1951 with a major in horticulture and minors in psychology and Far Eastern history. A talented violinist, she played in many orchestral groups […]

Pan/McCracken Scholarship for Diversity in Integrated Plant Sciences

Bill Pan and Vicki McCracken independently arrived at Washington State University in 1984 to start their academic faculty careers in soil science and agricultural economics, respectively. Both applied their land grant training to research and extension, teaching, administrative leadership, and mentoring that has produced next gene ration agricultural leaders. Moving forward with the creation of […]

Pacific Foods Scholarship

With deep roots in the natural and organic food industry that goes back to their time at WSU, Chuck and Louanna Eggert have created this scholarship to benefit students studying organics and agricultural related fields.  Chuck and Louanna, who met while attending WSU, founded Pacific Foods in 1987 and have grown it from a small […]

Pepper, Louis H. Dairy Science Endowed Fund

This endowment  was established  with gifts in honor  of  Lou Pepper and later supplemented with gifts from Lou and Mollie Pepper.  At Lou’s urging, the fund also honors his late father, Louis H. Pepper, Sr., a dairy farmer in Illinois and Wisconsin.    He was proud of the sire he had in the early 1920s named […]