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Schaaf Forestry Scholarship

Norm and Helen Schaaf are both WSU graduates who feel they received a great education from WSU and have felt part of the WSU family since their time in Pullman. They wish to provide financial assistance to future students in appreciation of all the benefits they have enjoyed as a result of their time spent […]

Staley Family Endowed Excellence Scholarship

Multiple generations of the Staley family have attended Washington State University, including William A. Staley, the current President, and CEO of Belco Forest Products. Belco was founded in 1978 by John Staley and has been operated by the Staley family since. One of the core values of Belco Forest Products is sustainability, which for us, […]

School of the Environment Outdoor Inclusion Scholarship

Jeff and Jaime are WSU alumni who would like to support underrepresented students preparing for careers in public land management, wildlife and fisheries science/conservation, and outdoor recreation. Award Requirements Will be awarded to underrepresented students with a focus in outdoor recreation, public land management, and fish & wildlife

Simpson, Richard and Margaret Memorial Scholarship

Richard and Margaret Simpson farmed in Edwall, Washington for more than 50 years. Richard, born in 1927, was farming the same land his maternal grandparents had acquired in the early 1900’s. He experienced the changing of times in farming techniques, from horse farming through the evolution of farm equipment into the new century. Richard, fondly […]

Student Legacy Agriculture Future of America (AFA) Scholarship

Jenica Hagler created this scholarship to recognize the commitment and excellence of a CAHNRS student serving as a Campus Ambassador or Student Advisory Team for the AFA organization.  Jenica Hagler is a graduate from the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences. As a student, Jenica took part in several leadership opportunities, one of […]

Scobie, Virginia “Ginger” Memorial Scholarship

Virginia “Ginger” Scobie was a 1971 graduate of the Clothing and Textiles program at WSU. This gift is made in memory of Virginia Scobie by her husband Walter Scobie.   Ginger always felt grateful to the Clothing and Textiles Department for hiring her as a lab instructor and providing the opportunity for her to complete […]

Seed Production Pathology and Seed Health Fellowship

Plant pathology has become increasingly important to the domestic and international seed trade, contributing to improved seed quality, the productivity of seed crops and the lessening of economic risks and losses from field-borne and seed-borne pathogens.  Accomplishing this requires the cooperative efforts of public scientists, seed company personnel, and seed growers in developing practical solutions […]

Seaman, Thomas Mendenhall Memorial Endowment

This endowment is created to honor Thomas Seaman, who came to WSU after receiving his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of California Berkeley.  While at WSU he completed his B.S. inAgronomy and went on to receive an M.S. in the same field. Subsequently, he worked with Gordon Rubenthaler in the USDA Western Wheat […]

Schrag, Michael and Linda Agriculture Education Scholarship

Michael and Linda Schrag have created this scholarship to support future high school agriculture teachers attending WSU. Award requirements: This scholarship is for WSU junior and seniors who have declared agriculture education as their major, and are required to have had a 3.0 gpa through their college years.  The recipient is required to maintain a […]

Schmidt, Frank and Evelyn Family Foundation Scholarship

Newlyweds Frank and Evelyn Schmidt planted their first trees in 1946 on 10 acres west of Troutdale, Oregon. The rich alluvial soils that sloped gently northward toward the Columbia River were ideal for growing nursery stock. The post-war building boom was on, and there was a great demand for trees in cities, suburbs, industrial parks […]