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 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.
Tobias Jimenez’s Parcelas Verticales, or vertical plots, design proposed an answer to the affordable housing crisis in New York.
Linda Bathgate, who brings extensive editorial experience, is set to start in the new role Sept. 3.
Allan Felsot has made science interesting and relevant for several generations of college students at WSU Tri‑Cities.
The award recognizes outstanding writers, honoring work deemed to exhibit the highest artistic merit during peer review.
Computer science professor Xuechen Zhang was named a Tier 2 Gold winner of the U.S. Department of Energy’s first Electricity Industry Technology and Practices Innovation Challenge.
Gregmar Galinato’s research shows that higher tobacco prices had more of an impact on reducing adolescent smoking than education programs focusing on the ill effects of tobacco use.
The Fulbright program aims to increase mutual understanding among scholars across the globe and is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.
Roxanne Moore earned the award from the International Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood for her dedication to helping preservice teachers at WSU learn to be better math teachers.
The Fellow designation recognizes the impact both Marsh and McCluskey have had in the field of agricultural, resource, and environmental economics.