The awards, part of this year’s Research Week celebrations, are given for outstanding achievements, contributions, and service in research development and research administration.
Each recipient will be recognized at the Presidential Awards ceremony scheduled to begin at 12:15 p.m. inside the CUB Senior Ballroom in Pullman.
Applying for and receiving Auvil and Carson awards helps reduce students’ financial burdens, and allows them to better focus on their studies and research pursuits.
Her study determined that despite the effectiveness of influenza vaccination, the vaccination coverage rate in Hong Kong has remained low.
Steve Rasmussen’s proven record of going above and beyond to propel education for the state of Washington, as well as his lifetime advocacy for students, parents, and educators is why he has been named the WSU College of Education’s 2019 Advocate for Education.
The recognition is for the campus’ 95,000 square foot home located near the heart of downtown Everett.
The university system ranked 176 out of more than 800 colleges in the 2020 WSJ/THE report released earlier this month, up from 223 the year prior.
The Udall award will support Brendible’s goal to advance education systems for Native American communities and her plan to teach in Alaska where her extended family lives.
The award recognizes U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Jessica Willoughby received a third place teaching award from the Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
The latest awardees bring to 82 the number of WSU students receiving Gilman awards since 2006.
He succeeds Amy Roth McDuffie, from WSU Tri-Cities, who has served in the post for the College of Education since 2015.
Washington State University Regents Professor Don Dillman, a nationally recognized expert in survey science, is being honored after 50 years on the WSU faculty.
Kunter Gunasti, assistant professor of marketing, was cited for his work as a co‑author on a research paper examining consumer preferences for copycat brands.
Graduate student Mykala Anglin has earned the Ferrucci Award for her efforts to help educators learn to use technology in the classroom.
The team includes students from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, The Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture and the Carson College of Business.
The students were recognized for their research by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.