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Velma Phillips Scholarship Endowment

The recipient must be a home economics major at Washington State University with preference given to students in the following order: 1) Senior year; 2) Graduate work or fifth year; 3) Junior year; 4) Underclass student (if there is no satisfactory applicant in the upper classes). Personal factors that should be considered are financial need, scholarship, and […]

Vander Griend, Ward L. and Iiohne Scholarship

Mike Vander Griend and Pam Means have established this scholarship fund in honor of Mike’s father and mother, Ward and Ilohna Vander Griend. Both Ward and Ilohna graduated from Washington State College in 1931, Ward with a degree in agribusiness, and Ilohna with a fine arts degree. After graduating, Ward had a successful career of […]

Vaughn, Harold W. and Joanne N. Endowed Scholarship

Harold Vaughn graduated from WSU in 1949 with a degree in horticulture. While at WSU he lived in Stimson Hall. He recalls that the Palouse River flooded Pullman and he was among the students who were called upon to help fill sand bags and shovel dirt and sand to keep the flood waters from washing […]

Veenhuizen, Edward and Sally Graduate Fellowship

Ed and Sally Veenhuizen started their life together at Washington State College in 1956. They left Washington State University with two degrees and two children in 1959. After serving four years in the U.S. Air Force, they spent their life in animal agriculture in Indiana. Their three children and their spouses are also in animal […]

Vickery, Louise Undergraduate Scholarship

Louise Vickery was a resident and businessperson of the City of Colfax from the year 1929 until her death in 1970. Initially, Louise and her husband, and then Louise herself, owned and operated a grocery store and meat market in Colfax through approximately 1950. That enterprise was sold, and Louise then purchased an apartment house, […]

Vincent-Sharp, Tracy Memorial Scholarship

Tracy Vincent-Sharp came to Washington State University in mid-life to complete a degree in Crops and Soil Science as a prerequisite to entering the Peace Corps. She said she wanted to help “feed the world” and planned to do it by helping the inhabitants of third world countries improve their crop production. Tracy was a […]

Viticulture and Enology Scholarship

The Washington wine industry has worked with Washington State University to develop a world-class education, research and outreach program leading to a four-year degree in viticulture and enology. A lot of the donations to make this scholarship possible has come from Chateau Ste. Michelle and Young’s Columbia Distributing partnering with Washington restaurants to support the […]