One dollar from the sale of each pint of the limited edition Graduate Golden Ale, as well as a portion of keg sales, will support the scholarships.
BECU, the state’s largest credit union, and WSU have reached a five-year agreement that enhances the educational experience of WSU students, provides scholarships, and benefits University programming statewide.
This marks the third best fundraising year in WSU history, and is the highest total the University has achieved when not conducting a fundraising campaign.
The pathway is being designed on the Pullman campus to commemorate Ward’s expansive spirit, commitment to faculty development and equity, and love of walking meetings and the outdoors.
WSU sport management students raised a grand total of $25,000 for the Hilinski’s Hope foundation.
The single‑day fundraising drive seeks to break last year’s record. Donors already have committed an anticipated $100,000 in match and challenge gifts.
Dr. Guenter Risse gifted his personal library of 1,500 historical medical texts and scholarly works, including an 18th century collection displayed in an antique bookcase and historical medical memorabilia and pharmaceuticals.
Volunteers, known as advisors, will help students through the sometimes complicated community standards process.
A $2.2 million gift from the estate of Bernadine and James Seabrandt will create the Bernadine Fulfs Seabrandt Graduate Fellowship in Molecular Biosciences.
WSU alumni Ken and Sue Christianson are donating $1 million to help build the Honey Bee and Pollinator Research Facility on the Pullman campus.