Stephen Bollens, professor, biological sciences, environment, WSU Vancouver, was named to the Washington State Academy of Sciences.
Allan Felsot, professor, environment, WSU Vancouver, was named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society.
Peter Boag, professor, history, WSU Vancouver, co-curated the Washington State History Museum exhibit “Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West, 1860-1940” which won a 2022 Leadership in History Award of Excellence from the American Association of State and Local History.
Numerous publications, presentations, and other accomplishments of anthropology faculty can be found in the department’s winter/spring newsletter.
Sociology faculty, staff, students, and alumni regularly publish and present great work—find many of their achievements in the department’s spring newsletter.
Meghan Martin, adjunct professor, biological sciences, WSU Vancouver, coauthored ?Consequences of nescient mating: artificial insemination increases cub rejection in the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)” in Applied Animal Behaviour Science. Martin also recently presented “Panda Speed Dating: Everybody Loves a Winner” at OMSI Science Pub in Portland, Oregon.
Noah Matteucci, technician, fine arts, WSU Vancouver, exhibited a site-specific installation, random (8), at Agenda in Portland, Oregon.
Meghan Martin, adjunct professor, biological sciences, WSU Vancouver, coauthored “Social distancing: High population density increases cub rejection and decreases maternal care in the giant panda” in Applied Animal Behaviour Science.
Faculty, staff, and students in languages, cultures, and race publish and present widely on an array of topics and receive honors for their work. Numerous examples appear in the school’s newsletter.
Many recent and forthcoming publications by English faculty can be found in the department newsletter, English Matters.