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Washington State University,

at Pullman; land-grant and state supported; chartered 1890, opened 1892 as an agriculture college. From 1905 to 1959 it was the State College of Washington. The university's College of Agriculture carries on important agricultural research and instruction throughout the state. The school's other facilities include centers for electron microscopy and environmental research.
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Hillman of the University of Wisconsin-Madison cautioned against over-interpretation of his study that compares Washington state college outcomes to similar states without performance funding systems for community colleges.
Putting his great win-loss record aside, Lone Star Dietz should have been inducted for his contributions to football tradition and American life for a single, historic game: the January 1, 1916 Washington State College victory over Brown University.
He held a bachelor's degree from Washington State College. He worked as store manager for Barnum's Welding and Tools.
While teaching nuclear physics at Eastern Washington State College and playing principal horn in the Spokane Symphony, he decided to audition for principal horn openings in several orchestras.
We travel with him from his college, Western Washington State College where he was with Naval ROC, learn his reason choosing to enlist in the Marines ROTC program, follow him through his training program, and subsequent commission a Lieutenant in a Marine Recon unit.
He continued his education at Western Washington State College in Bellingham, where he received his bachelor's degree in political science.
An Oklahoma native raised by teetotaling Methodist parents, a fellowship brought him to what was then Washington State College in 1934, and three years later, he began a 40-year career in horticulture at the Prosser Experiment Station where he worked with tree fruit and asparagus, as well as grapes.
degree in agronomy/soils science from Washington State College.
McConnell (1965) examined source areas for Bowling Green State University, OH, using 1962-63 enrollments, whereas Kariel (1968) focused on the 1962 freshman class at Western Washington State College in Bellingham, WA.
She attended North Dakota Normal School, Washington State College and Western Oregon College of Education, and received her bachelor's degree from University of North Dakota.

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