Andrew Gillreath-Brown, doctoral candidate, anthropology, coauthored “Disentangling Ecological and Taphonomic Signals in Ancient Food Webs” in Paleobiology.
John Streamas, associate professor, languages, cultures, and race, authored two poems: “Saw Something, Said Something” and “For Richard Wright” in the literary journal Rigorous, vol. 4, no. 4.
Dave Savage, supervisor, technical services, received the WSU Presidential Security Award in recognition of the impact of his vision and skills in creating health protection devices for offices and food services during the pandemic
Avantika Bawa, associate professor, fine arts, WSU Vancouver, exhibited her collection of drawings and wall works titled ICE. ICE, at THE END in Atlanta, Georgia. Bawa also presented a visual arts talk online with fellow Hallie Ford fellows at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, Oregon.
Jeffrey C. Sanders, associate professor, history, authored Razing Kids; Youth, Environment, and the Postwar American West (Cambridge University Press).
Vilma Navarro-Daniels, professor, languages, cultures, and race, presented “‘Eight-pointed star’: The Legacy of Victoria Urbano and the International Association of Gender and Sexuality Studies” at the 5th International Conference on Women Writers, hosted by the Biblioteca Nacional (National Library) of Costa Rica.
Buddy Levy, scholarly professor, English, won the Banff Center for Arts and Creativity’s 2020 Banff Mountain Book Competition Award in the Adventure Travel category for his 2019 title, Labyrinth of Ice: The Triumphant and Tragic Greely Polar Expedition.
John Streamas, associate professor, languages, cultures, and race, authored the poem “Thousands of White Allies” in We Are Antifa, a literary anthology published by Into the Void journal.
Travis Ridout, professor, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, received the Best Paper Award at the American Political Science Association’s 2019 meeting in the Information Technology and Politics section for his coauthored paper “Political Advertising Online and Offline.”
Nairanjana (Jan) Dasgupta, professor, mathematics and statistics and data analytics, was elected president of the international Caucus for Women in Statistics.