The School of Food Science is greatly impacted by the generous donations. The money that you give to this program is used to improve all aspects of our program. From undergraduate student activities to graduate research, everything helps!
Supports the activities of the WSU creamery and the Department of Food Science, including scholarships.
The School of Food Science (SFS) is raising funds to fund a full-time teaching instructor position dedicated to undergraduate teaching. This position will focus exclusively on providing mentoring and support to our undergraduate students.
Supports students in the Food Science program at Washington State University including student recruitment; travel to and from scientific meetings and competitions; and scholarships.
Provides financial support for undergraduate student activities. This support includes field trips, outside speaker visits, and clubs.
Supports training and travel for students to attend the annual Collegiate Dairy Product Evaluation Competition.
Over his 50 years as a teacher and mentor at Washington State University’s School of Food Science Lloyd Luedecke influenced our program and the Northwest Dairy industry. Now, his legacy lives on through support students attending the SFS.
Supports freshman and sophomores majoring in Food Science based on GPA and/or financial need.
Fellowships are awarded to graduate students enrolled in a research-based program in food science or nutrition. Awards are used for tuition and fees, subsistence, research expenses, and other educationally related costs including travel expenses to professional conferences related to their research project. Preference will be given to a student working on projects related to nutritional and functional foods with the goal of developing healthy and sustainable foods.
Supports graduate research, with preference given in the areas of biochemical nutraceuticals human metabolic work and functional foods.
The fellowship is awarded to graduate students who are conducting research as part of their graduate program in the School of Food Science in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences for such things as tuition and fees, subsistence, research expenses, and other educationally related costs.