Sue Peabody, professor, history, WSU Vancouver, presented “The Troubles of Sans Souci: Fates of Smuggled Slaves in Isle Bourbon, 1820-1830″ to the New York French History Group, City University of New York Graduate Center, in New York.
Alex Dimitrov, associate professor, mathematics & statistics, coached a team of undergraduates to earn an Outstanding Award in the SCUDEM Lite 2020 (SIMIODE Challenge Using Differential Equations). The WSU team’s model was titled “Talking Beds: The Limit of Hospital Bed Availability Due to COVID-19 Spread in Washington.”
Clayton Mosher, professor, and Scott Akins, alumnus (PhD ’02), sociology, WSU Vancouver, coauthored “Recreational marijuana legalization in Washington State – Benefits and harms” in Legalizing Cannabis: Experiences, Lessons, and Scenarios.
Donna Sinclair, adjunct professor, history, WSU Vancouver, co-authored Black Women in Green: Gloria Brown and the Unmarked Trail to Forest Service Leadership (Oregon State University Press).
Leslie New, professor, mathematics & statistics, WSU Vancouver, co-authored “New close encounters of the dolphin kind: Contrasting tourist support for feeding based interactions with concern for dolphin welfare” forthcoming in Tourism Management.
Dene Grigar, professor, creative media & digital culture, WSU Vancouver, co-presented “Making, Preserving, and Curating Electronic Literature,” at the Modern Language Association 2020 Convention in Seattle, with five undergraduate researchers and involving work by 11 graduate students.
Leslie New, assistant professor, mathematics and statistics, WSU Vancouver, coauthored “Close encounters of the dolphin kind: Contrasting tourist support for feeding based interactions with concern for dolphin welfare” in ScienceDirect.
Dene Grigar, professor, creative media & digital culture, WSU Vancouver, coauthored Rebooting Electronic Literature, Volume 2, an open-source, multimedia book documenting works of electronic literature (Scalar, open educational resources).
Deepti Singh, assistant professor, environment, WSU Vancouver, coauthored “Assessing the sustainability of post-Green Revolution cereals in India” in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Cheryl Schultz, professor, biology, WSU Vancouver, coauthored “Demographic costs and benefits of herbicide-based restoration to enhance habitat for an endangered butterfly and a threatened plant” forthcoming in Restoration Ecology. She also coauthored with Leland D. Bennion, graduate student, biology, and Leslie New, assistant professor, mathematics and statistics, both of WSU Vancouver, and another colleague “Community-level effects of herbicide-based restoration treatments: Structural benefits but at what cost?”