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  • Unique study abroad program receives national recognition

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    By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services

    Eva-NavarijoPULLMAN, Wash. – As far as Eva Navarijo knows, Washington State University’s First Generation Abroad Program is the only one like it in the nation.

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  • WSU, Chinese company to collaborate on ag research

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    By Craig Lawson, International Programs

    SHENZHEN, China – Research and economic development in agriculture will be advanced thanks to a memorandum of understanding signed today between Washington State University and BGI, one of the world’s largest genomics companies.

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  • WSU Signs MOU with BGI

    SHENZHEN, China – Washington State University and BGI signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding basic and applied research in agriculture, Wednesday. The MOU was signed by WSU Vice President for International Programs Asif Chaudhry and Dr. Huanming Yang, Chairman of BGI.

    According to the agreement, WSU and BGI will cooperate on a strategic level in efforts to establish and conduct programs and activities of basic and applied research, technology and information transfer, and economic development.

    WSU, founded in 1890, is a top-tier research institution, ranked by the Carnegie Foundation as a “highest research activity” university-the highest classification. It has more than a century of excellence ... » More ...

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  • Top international student, other grads honored

    By Craig Lawson, International Programs

    sreenath-panchagnulaPULLMAN, Wash. – The Ka Yang Tang Award, given annually to an international student at Washington State University, was presented to Sreenath Panchagnula, 2015-16 executive vice president of the International Students’ Council, during the recent Global Cougs Graduation Gala.

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  • Global Cougs Graduation Gala Honors Students

    PULLMAN, Wash. – The Office of International Programs celebrated approximately 150 Washington State University graduates, Thursday, May 5 at Ensminger Pavilion during the Global Cougs Graduation Gala.

    The event honored the University’s international students, as well as students who have had a global experience, including earning a Global Leadership Certificate and studying abroad.

    The Ka Yan Tang Award, given annually to an international student who is active at WSU and in the community, was presented to Sreenath Panchagnula, the 2015-16 executive vice president of the International Students’ Council.

    Nuvan Athukorala, WSU class of 1984, provided the keynote speech. Athukorala earned his bachelor’s degree in economics ... » More ...

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