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Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement Distinguished Scholarships Program

WSU Massie Scholarship Applications Open for Student Project at Yakima Area Arboretum

Autumn-colored tree branch overhanging Jewett Pond.

MEDIA: Mary Sanchez Lanier, Assistant Vice Provost, WSU Undergraduate Education, 509-335-8239,

April Seehafer, WSU Distinguished Scholarships Program, 509-335-8239,

PULLMAN, Wash.—Creative Washington State University students have until Nov. 15 to submit an application for a $2,000 scholarship from the Massie Family Endowed Fellowship that will give them real-world experience at the Yakima Area Arboretum (YAA).

Undergraduates from all majors are can choose from seven YAA-defined projects that range, for example, from designing pathways and side trails through what its website calls a 46-acre “urban green space and refuse” to authoring a children’s activity book focused on the educational aspects of the non-profit.

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