Lindsey Beltz, doctoral student, sociology, was awarded a National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship to support her dissertation project “Assessing perceived effects of I-502: A survey on recreational cannabis in Washington State.”
Kirk McAuley, associate professor, English, was awarded an American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Keough-Naughton summer fellowship at the University of Notre Dame. He also presented his research on Robert Louis Stevenson at the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Supernumerary Conference at the University of Roma Trė in Rome, Italy.
Sue Peabody, professor, history, received a fellowship through the WSU Office of Research 2018 Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program for her project “Gender and Colonialism Humanities Symposium.”
Carol Siegel, professor, English, WSU Vancouver, received a fellowship through the WSU Office of Research 2018 Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program for her monograph project, “Sexed, Raced, and Erased: Jews in Contemporary Visual Media.”
Ryan Booth, doctoral student, history, received the Montana Historical Society’s James H. Bradley Fellowship.
Nairanjana Dasgupta, professor, mathematics and statistics, was named an American Statistical Association (ASA) Elected-Fellow.
Ryan Booth, doctoral student, history, received a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute fellowship for research in “The Native American West: A Case Study of the Columbia Plateau.”
Karl Krotke-Crandall, doctoral candidate, history, WSU Vancouver, was awarded a 2018-2019 Stephen F. Cohen–Robert C. Tucker dissertation research fellowship for his dissertation, “The Holocaust in Russian Life: New Perspectives on Soviet Jewish Memory,” on behalf of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies and the CTDRF Program funded by the KAT Charitable Foundation.
W. Puck Brecher, associate professor, history, received a Hakuho Foundation International Research Fellowship for a six-month stint as a visiting researcher at Kyoto University, Japan.
Cecilia Eiroa Lledo, doctoral student, chemistry, received a G.T. Seaborg Institute research fellowship to study nuclear forensics at Los Alamos National Laboratory.