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Elizabeth W. "Betty" Wilson Scholarship

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Howard L. and E. Anne Wright Scholarship

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WSU Veterinary Heritage Scholarship Fund

This fund supports tomorrow's veterinarians by providing scholarships to offset the rising cost of education.

More information about the Heritage Scholarship Fund can be found here.

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Washington State Veterinary Medical Association Past President's Scholarship Fund

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Patricia C. and Eugene E. Youngman Endowed Science Scholarship

Pat (Chamber) Youngman grew up near Yakima, Washington, during the Depression. A $500 inheritance from her grandfather made the dream of a college education into reality for Pat. Pat and Gene met at WSU and were married the same week they graduated in 1943:  Pat with a BS in Bacteriology and Public Health, and Gen with a Bachelor’s degree in Business. Gene began a life career with General Mills in Spokane, with various transfers until they settled in Palo Alto, California. As the family moved, Pat worked as a hospital medical technician, bacteriologist for Darigold, VA medical technician, and doctor’s assistant. Gene died in 1976. Pat moved to Anacortes and became instrumental in the propagation of wild plants at the WSU Mount Vernon Research and Extension Center. Pat passed away in February 2010.

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Scholarship Recipients: Tiffany Hylkema (2012), Paige Blue (2013), Jennifer Campbell (2013), Christina Beckwith (2014), Nicholas Howard (2014), Erin Aguero (2014), Seth Schneider (2015), Christina Beckwith (2015), Margaux McBirney (2016), Kristin Scott (2016)

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Peter A. Zornes Memorial Neuroscience Scholarship

Distributions from this Fund shall be used to support a junior or senior student who is already a declared neuroscience major. The student must submit an essay that addresses:

  1. Their research interests and/or expectations
  2. Evidence of being a self-starter and attentive to detail
  3. Evidence of being goal oriented
  4. Evidence of being compassionate and enthusiastic
  5. Evidence of being a well-rounded individual with multiple interests
  6. Evidence of community and school involvement
  7. The student must also submit two letters of reference.

For more information about the Peter A. Zornes Memorial Neuroscience Scholarship.

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