Richard Gomulkiewicz, professor, and Micki Thies, undergraduate student, biological sciences, coauthored with a colleague “Evading resistance to gene drives” in Genetics.
Emmiyan Ferro, doctoral student, languages, cultures, and race, presented “Latinx barbershop masculinities” in an online presentation hosted by the University of Washington School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences.
Greg Yasinitsky, Regents professor, music, released a new CD, YAZZ Band: New Normal on Origin Records. Recorded partially in the WSU Recording Studio, it features Yasinitsky’s compositions and saxophone playing, and music faculty members Horace Alexander Young, Gabe Condon, Jake Svendsen, F. David Snider, and David Jarvis, professor emeritus. Other recent releases from Yasinitsky include String Theory, featuring his compositions for saxophone and strings with WSU faculty, including music’s Meredith Arksey and Ruth Boden; and “Gregory W. Yasinitsky | Jazz Concerto | Version for Piano and Wind Ensemble.”
Trish Glazebrook, professor, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, and a colleague published the chapter “Standing Rock: Water Protectors in a Time of Failed Policy” in The Wonder of Water: Lived Experience, Policy and Practice (University of Toronto Press). She also organized and hosted a well-attended, international, online conference for the Society for Women in Philosophy.
Judi J. McDonald, professor, mathematics and statistics, coauthored Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 6th Edition (Pearson Books).
Matt Stichter, associate professor, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, coauthored “It Just Feels Right: An Account of Expert Intuition” in Synthese, Special Issue on Minds in Skilled Performance (2020). Stichter also coauthored and published “Exploring Relations between Beliefs about the Genetic Etiology of Virtue and the Endorsement of Parenting Practices,” in Parenting: Science and Practice.
Travis Ridout, professor, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, coauthored “Political Advertising Online and Offline” in the American Political Science Review. Ridout also coauthored and published “Accessing Information about Interest Group Advertising Content,” in a special issue of Interest Groups and Advocacy.
Andrew Gillreath-Brown, doctoral candidate, anthropology, coauthored “Disentangling Ecological and Taphonomic Signals in Ancient Food Webs” in Paleobiology.
Joe Campbell, professor, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, coauthored and presented “Libet Experiments & Free Will Denialism” at the 2020 Science of Consciousness Conference sponsored by the Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona. Campbell also edited a set of papers that were published in Grazer Philosophische Studien.