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Opportunities to Contribute to Excellence in the School of Economic Sciences

Undergraduate Scholarships

Scholarships for undergraduate students pursuing the agricultural economics option in Economic Sciences, with selection based on scholarship, leadership and need.

Scholarships for needy students pursuing a degree in Economic Sciences.

For students in Agricultural Economics and Accounting.

For students pursuing the agricultural economics option in Economic Sciences, with selection based on scholastic ability.

For students in the School of Economic Sciences, with selection based on need and academic accomplishment.

For worthy and deserving students majoring in the fields of drama, economics, or law.

For outstanding undergraduate students pursuing the agricultural economics option in Economic Sciences.

For students in Agricultural Economics and Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textile with one half of the scholarship awarded to each.

For students in the School of Economic Sciences, with selection based on academic achievement, financial need, and other relevant considerations.

Set up a scholarship in your name or the name of someone you designate.  Requires a minimum 5-year pledge of $5,000.  In the year following each contribution, an outstanding student will be awarded the [Your Name] Scholarship.

Undergraduate / Graduate Scholarships

For undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Economic Sciences focusing on agricultural economics issues.

For undergraduate and graduate economics students in the School of Economic Sciences to strengthen community involvement and participation.

Graduate Fellowships

Established in memory of an outstanding graduate student who tragically died in 2013 while on WSU travel to present his research at a professional meeting.  For outstanding graduate students working on important developing country research topics and/or preparing research for presentation at a major professional conference.

For graduate students in the School of Economic Sciences and the School of Food Science, with selection based on financial need and academic achievement.

For exceptional graduate students with a demonstrated interest in microeconomics. Nelson Fellows are expected to conduct research on transportation economics issues.

For graduate students in the School of Economic Sciences who have demonstrated high potential for successful graduate study and eventual professional work to resolve economic challenges of high importance to society.

Set up a fellowship in your name or the name of someone you designate.  Requires a minimum 5-year pledge of $5,000.  In the year following each contribution, an outstanding student will be awarded the [Your Name] Fellowship.

Faculty Excellence

Supports high quality teaching and scholarly work on the economics of agriculture, the food system, resource and/or environmental issues.

Supports high quality teaching and scholarly work on the economics of sustainable development.

Supports high quality research and outreach activities on current high-priority economic issues facing the small grains industry.

School of Economic Sciences Excellence

Supports a university-wide lecture series by renowned economists.

Contact Info

Richard Shumway, Regents Professor. shumway@wsu.edu 509-335-1007

Bruce Prenguber, Chair, Friends Development Committee bruce@globalwiseinc.com 360-696-3888

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