Jana Argersinger, publications editor, English, presented “Relational Aesthetics and the Author(s) of Rose Hawthorne Lathrop’s Memories of Hawthorne” at the American Literature Association conference in San Francisco, where she also presented and chaired the session “Poe and Nineteenth-Century Medicine,” to be developed into a special issue of Poe Studies: History, Theory, Interpretation, one of the journals hosted by the Department of English.
Doug Juneau, academic coordinator, sociology, and academic technology coordinator, dean’s office, received an “Outstanding Achievement in Academic Advising” award from the WSU chapter of the Academic Advising Association.
Ruth Gregory, instructor, English, presented her live-action virtual reality series, Music of the Spheres, at the Seattle International Film Festival and the Pop Culture Association Conference, also in Seattle.
Donna Campbell, professor, English, presented as part of a panel of Jack London scholars at Stanford University’s Bill Lane Center for the American West and the presentation was recorded for C-SPAN3.
Peter Engels, professor, physics and astronomy, has been elected Fellow of the American Physical Society for pioneering experimental studies in superfluid hydrodynamics and other work in Bose-Einstein condensation.
Ray Quock, professor, psychology, coauthored “Hyperbaric oxygen treatment suppresses withdrawal signs in morphine-dependent mice” in Brain Research.
Rebecca Craft, professor, psychology, and CAS associate dean, coauthored “Sex differences in alcohol consumption and alterations in nucleus accumbens endocannabinoid mRNA in alcohol-dependent rats” in Neuroscience.
Alexander Fremier, associate professor, environment, coauthored “Linking groundwater-surface water exchange to food production and salmonid growth” in Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Cigdem Capan, instructor, and Richard Dempsey, undergraduate, physics and astronomy, coauthored “Probing the Pu4+ magnetic moment in PuF4 with F19 NMR spectroscopy” in Physical Review B.
Kirk Peterson, professor, and David Feller, adjunct professor, chemistry, coauthored “The impact of larger basis sets and explicitly correlated coupled cluster theory on the Feller-Peterson-Dixon composite method,” in Annual Reports in Computational Chemistry.