Washington State University

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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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Ameli is an assistant professor at the Advanced Composites Laboratory at Washington State University in Richland, Washington.
Lynne Carpenter-Boggs , a professor of soil science at Washington State University, said, "We have found that the essential methods that we use for livestock mortality composting are also effective for human disposition.
Sherrill spent more than thirty years channeling her interests into a career at Washington State University, working as an extension publications editor and publications coordinator.
Ross, School of Food Science, FSHN 122, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164; phone: 509-335-2438; fax: 509-335-4815; email: cfross@wsu.edu.
Nick attended Washington State University and started at Tiger in 2006, according to a press release from the company.
Prickly lettuce, a common weed, may provide raw material for rubber production, according to Washington State University scientists.
He earned his BS in biochemistry at Washington State University and his MD at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
He completed a strength and conditioning internship with the University of Tennessee football program and served as a strength and conditioning assistant for Louisiana Tech University and Washington State University football programs.
(AP) -- Washington State University is taking over administration of a center at Everett that offers classes through several colleges.
"None of these varieties could compete with today's modern varieties," says Kevin Murphy, Washington State University crop and soil scientist.
Beador has a bachelor of science in accounting and actuarial science from Central Washington University and an MBA from Washington State University. She also holds a CPA license.

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