Amy Nusbaum, doctoral candidate, psychology, received the 2020 WSU President’s Award for Leadership.
Ryan W. Booth, doctoral candidate, history, was chosen from among 220 applicants to receive the Susan Kelly Power and Helen Hornbeck Tanner Fellowship and residency from the Newberry Library in Chicago for his project “Crossed Arrows: The US Indian Scouts, 1866-1947.”
Bala Krishnamoorthy, professor, and William Hall, assistant professor, mathematics and statistics, WSU Vancouver and Pullman, respectively, were named new members of the WSU Provost’s Teaching Academy in recognition of their innovation, scholarship, and sustained excellence in teaching.
Catherine Cooper, associate professor, school of the environment was named to receive the Association for Faculty Women Samuel H. Smith Leadership Award at WSU Showcase 2020.
Janet Peters, clinical assistant professor, psychology, WSU Tri-Cities, was named to receive President’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Instructors and Clinical Faculty at WSU Showcase 2020.
Gregory Yasinitsky, professor, music, was named to receive the Sahlin Faculty Excellence Award for Research, Scholarship & Arts at WSU Showcase 2020.
Kim Christen, professor, digital technology & culture, was named to receive the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award at WSU Showcase 2020.
John Streamas, associate professor, languages, cultures, and race, presented “Topaz, Utah” by Toyo Suyemoto and his own poem “Social Justice 101” in the GetLit! literary arts festival held annually in Spokane, Wash., but this year hosted online to accommodate social distancing.
Ryan W. Booth, doctoral candidate, history, authored “Fort Keogh’s Commissary: A Global Market on the Great Plains from 1876 to 1900” in Montana: The Magazine of Western History.
Chris Dickey, clinical associate professor, music, was named to receive the President’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Instructors and Clinical Faculty at WSU Showcase 2020.