Fourteen faculty, three staff, and five graduate students were honored for outstanding achievement.
Annick Rougee, a WSU Tri-Cities assistant professor of mathematics, has been named a Service, Teaching and Research fellow by the Association for Mathematics Teacher Educators.
Forty-two undergraduate and graduate students at Washington State University systemwide were recognized with Leadership and Engagement Awards of Distinction.
Last month was one of the busiest ever for the University Marketing and Communications Video team.
Jackie Baltazar, clerical assistant in the Dept. of Criminal Justice and Criminology, earned praises from students and staff and the WSU Student Employee of the Year title.
The award, one of the profession’s highest honors, was presented to Mary Jo Gonzales based on her outstanding contributions to the field of student affairs.
The staff members, along with the programs they lead, have been singled out for programming innovation and service to the profession.
Kathryn Harris, a WSU Ph.D. candidate, has received a 2018-19 AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship.
Three student pharmacists took the first-place trophy and prizes at the March 17-18 competition in Florida.
Presented by the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, the awards will be bestowed during the annual Women’s Recognition Luncheon on April 9.