WSU Everett honors faculty, staff, and students at annual Chancellor’s Awards reception

EVERETT, WA — Today, several faculty and staff were recognized for their achievements at the WSU Everett Chancellor’s Awards reception. Awards were presented in various categories, highlighting the remarkable accomplishments of colleagues who demonstrate excellence in teaching, leadership, and service.

  • LaRea Sylvester, Video Conference and Endpoint Technician, received the Staff Excellence Award for her many contributions to WSU Everett.
  • Dr. Shuzeng Xie, Scholarly Assistant Professor, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, received the Teaching Excellence Award.
  • Alex Ishaque, Class of 2023, Software Engineering, received the Student Excellence Award.

Faculty, staff, and students were also recognized for awards received outside WSU Everett:

The WSU Everett Chancellor’s Award Reception annually honors EverCougs for their exemplary dedication, innovation, and commitment to shaping the future of higher education.

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