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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Staff

Chemistry

Tevor Omoto
Omoto
Nathalie Wall
Nathalie Wall
Gannon Parker
Parker
Donald Wall
Donald Wall
Mitchell Frienc
Friend

 

 

 

 

 

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.

Anthropology

Andrew Gillreath-Brown
Gillreath-Brown
Kyle Bocinsky
Bocinsky

Andrew Gillreath-Brown, graduate research assistant, and R. Kyle Bocinsky, PhD ’14, anthropology, co-edited “Empirical and Model-based Agricultural Studies in Archaeology,” a special section in Journal of Ethnobiology, and coauthored “A Dialogue Between Empirical and Model-Based Agricultural Studies in Archaeology” in that section. Bocinsky also authored “Comparing Maize Paleoproduction Models with Experimental Data” in the same section.

Environment

Stephen Steve PowersStephen Powers, postdoctoral research associate, environment, received the Gene E. Likens Award from the Ecological Society of America for outstanding publication by a junior scientist in the biogeosciences in recognition of his paper “Long-term accumulation and transport of anthropogenic phosphorus in three river basins” in Nature Geoscience.