Andrew Gillreath-Brown, doctoral candidate; Samantha Fulgham, graduate student; Shannon Tushingham, assistant professor; and William D. Lipe, emeritus professor, anthropology; and Valerie Lynch-Holm, microscopy specialist, Franceschi Microscopy and Imaging Center, coauthored “Redefining the age of tattooing in western North America: A 2000-year-old artifact from Utah” in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports.
Eric Dexter, doctoral candidate, environment, WSU Vancouver, was awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie post-doctoral research fellowship by the European Commission.
Alecia Hoene, academic coordinator/advisor, environment, received the WSU Crimson Spirit Award for May 2018.
Stephen Powers, postdoctoral research associate, environment, received the Gene E. Likens Award from the Ecological Society of America for outstanding publication by a junior scientist in the biogeosciences in recognition of his paper “Long-term accumulation and transport of anthropogenic phosphorus in three river basins” in Nature Geoscience.
Gretchen Rollwagen-Bollens, clinical assistant professor, biological sciences and environment, WSU Vancouver was named to the inaugural cohort of WSU Distinguished Teaching Fellows by the Office of the Provost and the Office of Academic Outreach and Innovation.
Jeff Vervoort, professor, environment, was named a fellow of the American Geophysical Union in recognition of exceptional scientific contributions. Fellowships are awarded to no more than 0.01 percent of all AGU members annually.
Alexander Fremier, associate professor, environment, coauthored “Linking groundwater-surface water exchange to food production and salmonid growth” in Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Jeff Vervoort, professor, environment, coauthored “Tectonic evolution of the Syringa embayment in the central North American cordilleran accretionary boundary” in Lithosphere.
Stephen Henderson, associate professor, environment, and Nikolay Strigul, assistant professor, mathematics and statistics, coauthored “Efficient three-dimensional reconstruction of aquatic vegetation geometry: Estimating morphological parameters influencing hydrodynamic drag” in Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Sciences.
Dirk Schulze-Makuch, professor, environment, coauthored “The cosmic zoo: The near inevitability of the evolution of complex, macroscopic life” in Life.