Stephanie Bauman, associate professor, psychology, WSU Tri-Cities, co-authored “Exploring and Promoting the College Attendance and Success of Racial/Ethnic Minority Students” in Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.
Francisco Arrellano-Serratos, instructor, languages, cultures, and race, WSU Tri-Cities, received the Guillermo Rousset Banda literary Award from the Universidad Autónomoa de Ciudad Juárez for his book Breve contrahistoria de la democracía (Brief Counter-History of Democracy).
Robert Bauman, associate professor, and Robert Franklin, teaching assistant, history, WSU Tri-Cities, co-edited Nowhere to Remember: Hanford, White Bluffs and Richland to 1943, Hanford History Project (WSU Press.)
Robert Bauman, associate professor, history, WSU Tri-Cities, presented “What is an American? The Yamauchi Family, Race and Citizenship in World War II Tri-Cities” at the Western History Association meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
Elly Sweet, clinical assistant professor, biological sciences, WSU Tri-Cities, received the WSU Crimson Spirit Award for March 2018.
Elly Sweet, clinical assistant professor and faculty advisor for biology, general studies/biological sciences, and pre-health, biological sciences, WSU Tri-Cities, received the WSU Crimson Spirit Award.
Sena Clara Creston, clinical assistant professor, fine arts, WSU Tri-Cities, was recognized as a WSU Provost’s Featured Faculty Member at the Nov. 4 Cougar football game against Stanford University.
Peter Christenson, assistant professor, fine arts, WSU Tri-Cities, received the Governor’s Arts & Heritage Young Arts Leader Award from the Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA).