Io Palmer, professor, and Aisha Harrison, alumnus (’04), fine arts, received Artist Trust 2021 Grants for Artists’ Progress.
Many recent and pending publications by criminal justice and criminology faculty, graduate students, and alumni can be found in the department newsletter.
Clayton Mosher, professor, and Scott Akins, alumnus (PhD ’02), sociology, WSU Vancouver, coauthored “Recreational marijuana legalization in Washington State – Benefits and harms” in Legalizing Cannabis: Experiences, Lessons, and Scenarios.
Tim Kohler, regents professor, Laura J. Ellyson, doctoral student, and R. Kyle Bocinsky, alumnus (PhD ’14), anthropology, coauthored “Beyond One-Shot Hypotheses: Explaining Three Increasingly Large Collapses in the Northern Pueblo Southwest” in Going Forward by Looking Back: Archaeological Perspectives on Socio-Ecological Crisis, Response and Collapse (Berghahan Books, New York).
Andrew Duff, professor, and Kristin Safi, alumna (PhD ’15), anthropology, coauthored “An Analysis of Three Pueblo II Period Great House Communities of the Southern Cibola Sub-Region” in The Greater Southwest: New Perspectives and Case Studies (University Press of Colorado).
Gregory Yasinitsky, Regents Professor, music, completed a residency at Long Beach City College (California) and appeared as a guest saxophonist and composer in a program of all-Yasinitsky compositions with the Long Beach City College Jazz Band, directed by alumnus Patrick Sheng. While there, Yasinitsky also presented a masterclass for LBCC students.
Nichole Fournier, doctoral candidate, anthropology, received a Wenner Gren Foundation Dissertation Fieldwork fellowship grant.
David Watkins, emeritus professor, and Jared L. Aurentz (PhD ’14), mathematics and statistics, and two colleagues received the Outstanding Paper Prize at the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) annual meeting for their paper “Fast and Backward Stable Computation of Roots of Polynomials,” published in SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, Volume 36, Issue 3 (2015). They also co-authored with three colleagues Core-Chasing Algorithms for the Eigenvalue Problem (SIAM).
David Watkins, emeritus professor, and Jared L. Aurentz (PhD ’14), mathematics and statistics, co-authored with three colleagues Core-Chasing Algorithms for the Eigenvalue Problem (SIAM).