Erik Johnson, associate professor, sociology, coauthored three articles: with Lauren Scott, graduate student, “From Fringe to Core? The Integration of Environmental Sociology” in Environmental Sociology; with Pierce Greenberg, graduate student, “The US Environmental Movement of the 1960s and 1970s: Building Frameworks of Sustainability” in Routledge Handbook of the History of Sustainability; and, with another colleague, “The Social Origins of Evangelical Protestants’ Opposition to Environmental Spending” in Journal for Scientific Study of Religion.
Karl Krotke-Crandall, doctoral candidate, history, WSU Vancouver, was awarded a 2018-2019 Stephen F. Cohen–Robert C. Tucker dissertation research fellowship for his dissertation, “The Holocaust in Russian Life: New Perspectives on Soviet Jewish Memory,” on behalf of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies and the CTDRF Program funded by the KAT Charitable Foundation.
Shannon Tushingham, assistant professor, and Tiffany Fulkerson, doctoral candidate, anthropology, coauthored with a colleague “The peer review gap: A longitudinal case study of gendered publishing and occupational patterns in a female-rich discipline, Western North America (1974–2016)” in PLOS ONE. Tushingham also coauthored “Newly Discovered Studio Photographs of Revolutionary Anthropologist Llewellyn Lemont Loud” in Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology.
Cecilia Eiroa Lledo, doctoral student, chemistry, received a G.T. Seaborg Institute research fellowship to study nuclear forensics at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Mitchell Friend, doctoral student, chemistry, received a fellowship from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to study plutonium.
Andrew Gillreath-Brown, graduate student, anthropology, coauthored “Identifying Turtle Shell Rattles in the Archaeological Record of the Southeastern United States” in Ethnobiology Letters.
Anthony Achille, Frankie Bones, and Matthew Tatz, graduate students, music, each won recognition in the Young Artist Performance category at the Washington State Music Teachers Association competition. Achille and Tatz won first and alternate place, respectively, in the brass division; Bones took alternate place in the piano division.
Trevor Omoto (PhD ’17) and Nathalie Wall, associate professor, chemistry, coauthored “Evaluation of Vanadium(IV) as a Non-radioactive Surrogate for Technetium(IV) by Comparison of Stability Constants for Polyamino Polycarboxylate Ligand Complexation” in Journal of Solution Chemistry.
Nathalie Wall also coauthored with Gannon Parker, post-doctoral researcher, and Donald Wall, director, WSU Nuclear Science Center, and others “Synthesis and Crystal Structures of Volatile Neptunium(IV) β-Diketonates” in Inorganic Chemistry; and with Mitchell Friend, graduate student, she presented “Complexation Thermodynamics of Oxalate with Hf(IV) for Application to Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing” at the American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting in Washington D.C.
Amy Nusbaum, graduate student; Carrie Cuttler, clinical assistant professor; Alexander Spradlin, instructor; Ryan McLaughlin, assistant professor; and Paul Whitney and John Hinson, professors, psychology, coauthored “Altered attentional control strategies but spared executive functioning in chronic cannabis users” in Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
Jennifer Binczewski, doctoral candidate, history, was awarded the Meyer Prize by the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference for research she delivered from her dissertation, Solitary Sparrows: Widowhood and the Catholic Community in Post-Reformation England, 1580-1630.