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Woodinville Wine Country Scholarship for Diversity in Viticulture & Enology

With the goal of elevating diverse voices and talent in the winemaking industry, DeLille Cellars and Chateau Ste. Michelle have partnered with Woodinville Wine Country to create an endowment through the Washington State University Viticulture & Enology Program. This scholarship fund will support under-represented students within the program who demonstrate a passion for and dedication […]

Whittlesey, Norman and Cynthia Scholarship Endowment

Norman Whittlesey was a long-time member of the Agricultural Economics Department faculty at WSU.  Retiring in the mid 90’s, he taught both undergraduate and graduate classes, while also mentoring graduate students during his tenure. His research in water policy, value, and management was widely recognized in the agricultural economics profession. Norman and Cynthia place a […]

Wine Spectator Viticulture and Enology Scholarship/Fellowship

Wine Spectator is a print and online publication, with approximately 3 million readers worldwide.  It examines the world of wine from the vineyard to the table, exploring wine’s role in contemporary culture and providing expert reviews. Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation generously donated funding for scholarships and fellowships for WSU viticulture and enology program, along with […]

Wackman, Charlene M. and William H. Brabyn Scholarship

In 1976 WSU received funds through the estate of Mrs. Charline M. Wackman to set up a scholarship endowment.  Charline M. Wackman was a former Pullman resident who died in Oregon, Dade County, Wisconsin, in 1972.  Mr. Brabyn was Mrs. Wackman’s father and long-time farmer in the Pullman area.  He homesteaded near what is known […]

William T. and Betty Jo Nolan Scholarship Endowment

This scholarship is established to honor Colleen Nolan’s parents. Her father, William (Bill) Nolan, grew up in King County while her mother, Betty Jo Nolan, grew up in Yakima County. Both raised livestock growing up and were avid equestrians. They were also both members of FFA in high school. The Nolan’s had three children, one […]

Wagenaar Undergraduate Scholarship in Dairy Science

Paul Wagenaar was born in 1889, in Ritzville, one of the last children born in Adams County while Washington was a territory. The family homestead, which was acquired in 1888, was seven miles north of Ritzville. He married Louisa Seifert in 1911, in Yakima. Most of the events which had significant impact on the Wagenaar […]

Washington Ass’n for Food Protection/L.O. Luedecke Endowed Scholarship

The Washington Association For Food Protection (WAFFP)  is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting food safety through education, technology, and collaboration. WAFFP has been supporting students majoring in food science through the distribution of scholarships since 1982.  Upon his death on June 4, 2014, this scholarship was renamed to honor Dr. Luedecke as a trusted friend, […]

Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs

The Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs was established to offer assistance to a worthy student to encourage the attainment of his or her ultimate goal. Awarded to a student majoring in Horticulture, Floriculture, Landscape Design, Conservation, Forestry, Agronomy, Plant Pathology, Environmental Concern, City Planning, Land Management, and/or other allied subjects including Alternate Energy. The […]

Washington Wheat Foundation

The Washington Wheat Foundation was organized in 1988 to link wheat growers and related businesses as partners to support public information and research programs for the Washington Association of Wheat Growers.  The Foundation works to economically advance the wheat industry by building support for programs and activities that increase public awareness of farming’s responsible approach […]