Washington State University


Washington State University is a nationally recognized land-grant research university, founded in Pullman in 1890. WSU’s statewide system includes campuses in Pullman, Spokane, Everett, Tri-Cities and Vancouver, with extension and research offices in every county of the state, and a nationally ranked online program. WSU is well known for its programs in veterinary medicine, agriculture, engineering, architecture, global animal health, food science, plant science, business, human health, pharmacy, neuroscience, communications, biofuels, sleep, business, education, energy. And, WSU athletics teams compete in the NCAA’s Pac-12 Conference.

United States

Higher Education


plant science human health architecture organic farming animal health energy agriculture veterinary medicine engineering education communication pharmacy business food science

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Nancy Deringer
Director and State Program Leader, 4-H Positive Youth Development Program at Washington State University
Bob Eggart
Facilities Project Manager, Lead- Urban Campuses at Washington State University
Ken Roberts
Vice Dean, Academic and Community Partnerships at Washington State University
Katherine "Kate" Meyer
Global Learning Advisor and Faculty-Led Coordinator at Washington State University
Rachael Lund
Instructor of Mathematics at Washington State University
Holly Yeager
Clinical Assistant Professor at Washington State University

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