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WSU Extension

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WSU Extension

Engaging people, organizations, and communities to advance knowledge, economic well-being, and quality of life by fostering inquiry, learning, and the application of research.

Washington State University Extension (WSU Extension) in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resources Sciences (CAHNRS) seeks a nationally recognized leader in university outreach to serve as Director of WSU Extension and Associate Dean (AD) with permanent faculty rank of Professor. The AD and Director reports to the Dean of CAHNRS and will foster integrated approaches to problem solving by providing strong and effective leadership of county/regional Extension Educators and research & extension faculty and staff at WSU and affiliated institutions. The AD and Director will facilitate the continuation and expansion of WSU Extension’s national leadership in innovative outreach programs, applied research and resource acquisition. The AD and Director will work at the national level with state leaders and land-grant university colleagues to establish an agenda of planned activities leading to stable and improved funding and a continued commitment to excellence in extension.  To view the job posting and application process, please go to https://www.wsujobs.com/.
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AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES (ANR) PROGRAM UNIT

The ANR program unit conducts locally relevant applied research in the fields of agriculture and natural resource sciences.

COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (CED) PROGRAM UNIT

CED faculty and staff partner with local leaders to improve their communities and grow their economy.

YOUTH & FAMILY (YF) PROGRAM UNIT

Youth and Family programs improve the capacity of young people to be successful and strengthens families to support healthy development.

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Enjoy the sweet life: Become a beekeeper with WSU Snohomish Extension

Enjoy the sweet life: Become a beekeeper with WSU Snohomish Extension

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From urban skyscrapers to backyards in Western Washington, there’s a movement afoot to raise honeybees.
National horse event coming to the Palouse

National horse event coming to the Palouse

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WSU’s Whitman County Extension will co-host the national American Youth Horse Council Symposium in March.
International visit could help elevate farmers’ incomes

International visit could help elevate farmers’ incomes

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WSU researchers are working to help subsistence farmers in the Dominican Republic increase their harvest so they can sell their produce at market.

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