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  1. Washington State Magazine is the alumni and research magazine of Washington State University. Published quarterly, the magazine covers news and issues of interest to Washington State University faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the people of Washington. The magazine was first published in 2001.

    • March 28, 1890; 131 years ago
    • College Town, 1,742 acres (7.05 km²)
  2. The University of Washington (UW, simply Washington, or informally U-Dub) is a public research university in Seattle, Washington.Founded in 1861, Washington is one of the oldest universities on the West Coast; it was established in Seattle approximately a decade after the city's founding to aid its economic development.

    • Large City, 807 acres (3.3 km²) (total)
    • 47,571 (Fall 2019)
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  4. The McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis (WashU Engineering) is a school with 88 tenured and tenure-track professors, 40 additional full-time faculty, 1,300 undergraduate students, 560 master's students, 380 PhD students, and more than 20,000 alumni.

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    • Large Suburb, 346.5 acres (1.402 km²), Tyson Research Center, 1,966.5 acres (3.07 sq mi; 795.81 ha)
  5. Washington (/ ˈ w ɒ ʃ ɪ ŋ t ə n / ()), officially the State of Washington, is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the Western United States.Named for George Washington—the first U.S. president—the state was formed from the western part of the Washington Territory, which was ceded by the British Empire in 1846, in accordance with the Oregon Treaty in the settlement of the ...

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    Judith A. Bense, academic; president of University of West Florida
    Howard Bowen, 1929 B.A. economics, 1933 M.A. economics, former president of Claremont University Center, University of Iowa, Grinnell Collegeand American Association of Higher Education; received W...
    David Comer, consultant in field of circuit design for IBM, Intel, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, and Mobility Systems Inc.
    Gordon G. Gallup, psychologist at University at Albany's Psychology Department in biopsychologyprogram
    Helen Elaine Freeman, conservationist and endangered species advocate; specialized in saving snow leopards
    Ivan Peterson, 1942 D.V.M., member of Alpha Tau Omega; president of Sphinx Club and of Crimson Court; veterinarian in California; worked with television series Lassie; friend to Jane Goodalland hel...
    Paul Allen, 1977 (1973–75), co-founder of Microsoft; owner of Vulcan Enterprises, Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail Blazers; philanthropist; received WSU Regents' Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1999
    Scott E. Carson, B.A. business administration, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airlines
    John Folger, 1914 B.S. horticulture, 1917 M.S. horticulture, US Ambassador to Belgium 1957–59; member of board of governors of New York Stock Exchange; president of Investment Bankers Association o...
    Walt Horan, politician; Republican member of United States House of Representativesfor ten terms
    Mike Lowry, 1962 B.A. general studies, former Governor of Washington
    Gary J. Coleman, general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    Anthony Curcio, 2004 social sciences, author and youth speaker; athlete; became notorious criminal known as D.B. Tuber after masterminding armored car robbery;has since devoted life to educating yo...
    Laurence Peter, 1963 Ed.D., co-author of international best seller The Peter Principle: Why Things Go Wrong; author of three sequels, The Peter Prescription, The Peter Plan, and The Peter Pyramid;...
    Charles Ross Greening, 1936 B.S. Fine Arts, colonel in US Air Force; captained the Hari Kari-er in the Doolittle Raidof Japan
    Dale Noyd, decorated captain and fighter pilot in US Air Force who gained worldwide attention when he became conscientious objector to protest Vietnam War
    John Abelson, 1960 B.S. physics, co-founder and president of Agouron Pharmaceuticals; through rational drug design developed Viracept, leading drug used for controlling HIV infections, which cut de...
    Neva Abelson, 1934 B.S. chemistry, developed blood test for Rh disease; wife of Philip Abelson; received WSU Regents' Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1989
    Philip Abelson, 1933 B.S. chemistry, 1935 M.S. physics, "father of the nuclear-fueled submarine"; Manhattan Project participant; editor of Science; husband of Neva Abelson; received WSU Regents' Di...
    Hamza Abdullah, former NFL safety for Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns, and Arizona Cardinals
    Husain Abdullah, former National Football League (NFL) strong safety for Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs
    Frank Akins, former NFL running back for Washington Redskins
    Mike Akiu, footballplayer
  6. This collection of digital images is offered as a free service in order to provide the public with a wide range of current and historic images relating primarily to agriculture in Washington state and Washington State University’s contributions to agriculture through research, extension and teaching.