Tabitha Espina, doctoral candidate, English, received the 2019 Karen DePauw Leadership Award from the WSU Association of Faculty Women and Graduate School.
Matthew Sutton, professor, history, authored Double Crossed: The Missionaries Who Spied for the United States During the Second World War (Basic Books, forthcoming).
Alair MacLean, associate professor, sociology, WSU Vancouver, authored “A Few Good Men and Women: Gender, Race, and Status in the Wartime Volunteer Military” in Population Research and Policy Review.
John Streamas, associate professor, languages, cultures, and race, presented “Street Lit: John Okada Ventures into the Proletarian” at the Association for Asian American Studies annual conference in Madison, Wisconsin.
Jennifer Schwartz, professor, and Lindsey Beltz, graduate student, sociology, coauthored “Trends in Female and Male Drunken Driving Prevalence over Thirty Years: Triangulating Diverse Sources of Evidence” in Addictive Behaviors.
Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey, instructor, English, WSU Tri-Cities, published “’Beyond Death’: John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi and Posthumous Influence” in Ben Jonson Journal.
Melissa Kowalski, doctoral candidate, Zachary Hamilton, associate professor, and Alex Kigerl, assistant research professor, criminal justice, coauthored with a colleague “Recrafting Youth Risk Assessment: Developing the Modified Positive Achievement Change Tool for Iowa” in Deviant Behavior.
Justin Denney, professor, sociology, won a 2018 IPUMS Health Surveys Research Award from tne University of Minnesota Population Research Center for his coauthored article “Neighborhood Concentrated Disadvantage and Adult Mortality: Insights for Racial and Ethnic Differences” in Population Research and Policy Review.
Leah Ruiz and Brianne Posey, doctoral students, Melanie-Angela Neuilly, associate professor, and Craig Hemmens and Mary Stohr, professors, criminal justice and criminology, coauthored “Certifying Death in the United States” in Journal of Forensic Sciences. Their article also was selected as a “2018 Noteworthy Article” by the journal editors.
Brandon Bang and Duane Stanton, doctoral candidates, and Craig Hemmens and Mary Stohr, professors, criminal justice, coauthored “Police Recording of Custodial Interrogations: A State-By-State Legal Inquiry” in Journal of Police Science & Management.