Tim Kohler, Regents professor, Andrew Gillreath-Brown, doctoral candidate, and R. Kyle Bocinsky, alumnus (PhD ’14) and senior researcher, anthropology, co-authored “Paleodata For and From Archaeology” in Past Global Changes Magazine.
Melissa Kowalski, doctorate candidate, criminal justice and criminology, authored “Hiring and training requirements for correctional officers: A statutory analysis” in The Prison Journal (forthcoming).
Amy Nusbam, graduate student, psychology, was named a fellow for the Yale Ciencia Academy for Career Development by Ciencia Puerto Rico in collaboration with Yale University.
David Makin and professor, Dale Willits, assistant professors; Mary Stohr and Craig Hemmens, professors; Wendy Koslicki, Duane Stanton, and John Snyder, doctorate students, criminal justice and criminology, and Nicholas Lovrich, regents professor emeritus, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, with colleagues authored “The Effects of I-502 on Police Clearance Rates: A Time Series Analysis” in Police Quarterly (forthcoming).
Melissa Kowalski, doctorate candidate, Laurie Drapela, associate professor, Mary Stohr, professor, Elizabeth Tollefsbol, doctoral candidate, Youngki Woo, doctoral student, Mei Xiaohan, doctorate student, and Zachary Hamilton, associate professor, and Michael Campagna, former associate professor, criminal justice and criminology, authored “Understanding offender needs over forms of isolation using a repeated measures design” in The Prison Journal (forthcoming).
Xiao Li, graduate student, and Alair MacLean, associate professor, sociology, co-authored and, at the 2019 American Sociological Association Annual Meeting in New York. presented “Educational Inequality by Place across Two Cohorts in the Early 21st Century United States.”
Veronica Sandoval, doctoral candidate, languages, cultures, and race, was keynote speaker at the annual Children of Aztlan Seeking Higher Education (CASHE) conference whose theme was “You are the ripple that causes the movement.” She also was awarded the Arnold and Julia Greenwell Scholarship for Social Sciences and Humanities from the Graduate School at WSU and received the Chicana Caucus Student Scholarship at the 45th Annual Meeting of National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies. Sandoval authored “Immigration, Surveillance, and Unaccompanied Minors in the Rio Grande Valley: Nepantla Praxis in the Works of Borderland Artist Celeste De Luna” in 2018 El Mundo Zurdo 6 (Aunt Lute Press).
Nicholas D. Krebs, doctoral candidate, languages, cultures, and race, participated in the annual meeting of American Studies Association in Atlanta as a discussant representing graduate student interests on two panels: “No Ban, No Paywall, Open Access For All: The Ethics of Open Access Publishing” and “Academic Labor, Austerity, and Authoritarianism.” He also organized the panel “Generational Gifts: A Convivial Celebration of Mentoring, Scholarship, and the Future of American Studies.”
Youngki Woo, doctoral student, Dale Willits, associate professor, Mary Stohr, professor, and colleagues authored “Children of Mixed-Ethnic Heritage and Adverse Life Outcomes: A Comparison of Two Korean Adolescent Samples” in Youth and Society.
Xiao Li, graduate student, sociology, Pullman & Spokane, authored “Challenging Both Rural Advantage and Disadvantage Narratives: The Effects of Family Factors on American Student College Expectations in the Early 2010s” in Journal of Research in Rural Education 35(5):1-16. Li also presented “Migration Behaviors and Educational Attainment of Rural and Non-Rural Youth” at the 2019 annual meeting of the Rural Sociological Society in Richmond, Virginia.