Jeremiah Busch, associate professor, and Nathan C. Layman and Carly J. Prior, doctoral students, biological sciences, co-authored with colleagues “Selfing ability and drift load evolve with range expansion” in Evolution Letters.
Andrew Gillreath-Brown, doctoral candidate, anthropology, co-authored “A Geospatial Method for Estimating Soil Moisture Variability in Prehistoric Agricultural Landscapes” in PLoS ONE.
Tabitha Espina, doctoral candidate, English, received the 2019 Karen DePauw Leadership Award from the WSU Association of Faculty Women and Graduate School.
Jennifer Schwartz, professor, and Lindsey Beltz, graduate student, sociology, coauthored “Trends in Female and Male Drunken Driving Prevalence over Thirty Years: Triangulating Diverse Sources of Evidence” in Addictive Behaviors.
Melissa Kowalski, doctoral candidate, Zachary Hamilton, associate professor, and Alex Kigerl, assistant research professor, criminal justice, coauthored with a colleague “Recrafting Youth Risk Assessment: Developing the Modified Positive Achievement Change Tool for Iowa” in Deviant Behavior.
Leah Ruiz and Brianne Posey, doctoral students, Melanie-Angela Neuilly, associate professor, and Craig Hemmens and Mary Stohr, professors, criminal justice and criminology, coauthored “Certifying Death in the United States” in Journal of Forensic Sciences. Their article also was selected as a “2018 Noteworthy Article” by the journal editors.
Brandon Bang and Duane Stanton, doctoral candidates, and Craig Hemmens and Mary Stohr, professors, criminal justice, coauthored “Police Recording of Custodial Interrogations: A State-By-State Legal Inquiry” in Journal of Police Science & Management.
Ryan Booth, doctoral candidate, history, received a nine-month Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research in India.
Andrew Gillreath-Brown, doctoral candidate; Samantha Fulgham, graduate student; Shannon Tushingham, assistant professor; and William D. Lipe, emeritus professor, anthropology; and Valerie Lynch-Holm, microscopy specialist, Franceschi Microscopy and Imaging Center, coauthored “Redefining the age of tattooing in western North America: A 2000-year-old artifact from Utah” in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports.
Melissa Kowalski, doctorate candidate, Mei Xiaohan, doctorate student, Mary Stohr, professor, and Craig Hemmens, professor, criminal justice and criminology, authored “A statute analysis: Correction officer’s sexual misconduct” in The Prison Journal (forthcoming).