The College of Arts and Sciences named its 2019 Outstanding Seniors, based on their remarkable academic performance and service to their respective departments or school and the WSU community.
Described by one of his professors as “a powerful student role model,” senior Jordan Sykes has demonstrated his commitment to excellence in an array of scholarly and service activities.
Multiple graduate students, staff and faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences were honored for outstanding achievement in April.
Immigrating to the U.S. at a young age with his mother and brother, Endalkachew Abebaw considered a college degree out of reach until he found his way to WSU.
Never in a million years did formerly incarcerated scholar Noel Vest believe he’d be graduating from WSU with a PhD and going on to a prestigious postdoc at Stanford University.
Students in a Crime Prevention Strategies course at WSU collaborated with the Traffic Safety Commission to develop methods that put a halt to impaired driving.
Students in David Makin’s crime prevention strategies class use evidence-based research to help authorities combat crime and other public safety threats.
Vancouver senior, Cowlitz Tribe member Emma R. Johnson will spend the summer in the office of U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto.
Kristen Petersen, data manager for WSU’s Social and Economic Sciences Research Center, has received the 2019 John Tarnai Memorial Scholarship from the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations.
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