New WSU president will reach out to agriculture

From the Capital Press

Washington State University’s new president says he was drawn to the school because of its land-grant mission.

“I spent my career at land-grants, they have a certain style and philosophy that I think really speaks to the state they reside in,” said Kirk Schulz, currently the president of Kansas State University, in a telephone interview with the Capital Press.

Schulz expects to start at WSU in Pullman, Wash., in mid-June. Read the rest of the story here.