July 28, 2015
By Seth Truscott, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences
COLFAX, Wash. – Farmers from half a world away got an inside look at Washington agriculture and research this summer, with help from Washington State University Extension.
February 21, 2014
By Jane Payumo, Office of International Programs
PULLMAN, Wash. – An online survey recently was emailed to faculty and researchers at Washington State University to assess their participation in international partnerships and determine what’s needed to expand it.
July 13, 2010
The traditional Fulbright Scholar Program is accepting applications for more than 800 positions for lecturing, conducting research or a combination of both. The deadline is Monday, Aug. 2.
With internationalization as a high priority in the academic world, this program supports visits ranging from three to 12 months to more than 130 countries. There are study abroad opportunities in 45 different fields or disciplines, as well as a variety of subdisciplines and interdisciplinary fields.
The program focuses on continued professional development and is open to all U. S. college and university academic ranked instructors to and professors. Eligibile ranks include professor emeritus, untenured … » More …
July 12, 2010
Warwick Bayly, WSU provost (l) and Manjit Singh Kang, vice
chancellor of the Punjab university (Photo by Shelly Hanks,
WSU Photo Services)
PULLMAN – Agricultural research could be getting a boost worldwide, thanks to a new agreement signed by Washington State University. The memorandum of understanding with Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) in Ludhiana, India, will help create mutually beneficial, collaborative education and research projects.
Manjit Singh Kang, vice chancellor of the Punjab university, said the collaboration is a win-win for both schools, and for the larger populations of each country. … » More …