Media Advisory: WSU scientists available to discuss new National Climate Assessment

By Communications staff, Washington State University WSU climate scientists speak on challenges and adaptations facing US and Northwest in new 5th National Climate Assessment What: Washington State University climate scientists Deepti Singh and Kirti Rajagopalan will be available for interviews about the newly released 5th National Climate Assessment (NCA5). When: Tuesday, Nov. 14, through Friday, […]

New academy on climate resilience to connect specialty crop professionals

By Seth Truscott, College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences A team led by scientists at Washington State University’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources (CSANR) is establishing the Specialty Crop Climate Change Extension Academy to improve Extension and USDA professionals’ capacity to support climate preparedness. The new training academy is being funded by a […]

News from Extension: Guides on sooty bark disease, mobile drip irrigation

By Seth Truscott The latest free online guides from WSU Extension help irrigated crop growers consider the pros and cons of a flexible mobile drip system, and aid Washington residents in identifying a troubling, emerging problem in maple trees: sooty bark disease. Sooty Bark Disease Diagnostic Guide (FS375E) Sooty bark disease, caused by the fungus Cryptostroma corticale, […]

Behnaz Molaei places in the ASABE Oral/Poster Competition at ASABE 2022

Dr. Behnaz Molaei (former PhD Student of Troy Peters, LAWREE) is shown presenting in the ASABE Oral/Poster Competition during the ASABE Annual International Meeting in Houston, Texas, 2022. Dr. Molaei placed in the ASABE Oral/Poster Competition within the Machinery Systems technical community for her work entitled, “Investigating Practical Artificial Hot and Cold Reference Surfaces for […]

Joan Wu honored by CAHNRS with Excellence in Advising Award

June 21, 2022  | CAHNRS News Excellence in Advising: Joan Wu Dr. Joan Wu received her BS in Geology and MS in Hydrology from Tongji University, Shanghai, her MS in Mathematics from WSU, and her PhD in Agricultural Engineering from The Ohio State University. During 1995–1998, Dr. Wu was Assistant Professor in the Department of […]

Behnaz Molaei receives the AFW’s Karen P. Depauw Leadership Award

AFW’s 2022 Karen P. Depauw Leadership Award has been given to Behnaz Molaei April 11, 2022. Pullman, WA Behnaz Molaei just won another leadership award: “The Karen P. DePauw Leadership Award” from the Association for Faculty Women (AFW) and the Graduate School. The award has been given during a special ceremony on April 7. The […]

Behnaz Molaei receives Graduate Student Leadership Award from CAHNRS Academic Programs

CAHNRS Academic Programs April 5, 2022. Pullman, WA Graduate students are presently afforded multiple opportunities to be recognized for outstanding academics or scholarship. In contrast, there are few opportunities for them to be recognized for their leadership. The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences Graduate Student Leadership Award recognizes and celebrates graduate students […]

Behnaz Molaei receives the GPSA College Representative of the Year Award

March 23, Pullman, WA Reanne Cunninghamm Chilton, the President  and Marwa Aly, Executive VP and Budget Chair of the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) at WSU announces that Behnaz Molaei has been awarded the GPSA College Representative of the Year Award. She is being recognized as an execeptional college representative and chair of the […]

Behnaz Molaei is a 2021 Irrigation Foundation E3 Winner

December 6, 2021  |  San Diego, CA Behnaz Molaei is a 2021 Irrigation Foundation E3 Winner at the ASABE/IA 6th Decennial National Irrigation Symposium, Irrigation Show and Education Week, December 6-10, 2021, San Diego. Behnaz’s advisor is Dr. Troy Peters. For more information, please visit the ASABE, 6th Irrigation Show and Education Week website.