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Molecular scientist named AAAS Fellow for advancing science

By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Natural and Human Resources

John Peters WSU Institute of Biological Chemistry AAS Fellow
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PULLMAN, Wash. – John Peters, director of Washington State University’s Institute of Biological Chemistry, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. » More …

Four WSU faculty members elected to AAAS

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Katie Zhong, left, Markus Flury, Susmita Bose and Kelly Brayton.

WASHINGTON – Four Washington State University faculty have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. » More …

Two WSU faculty named AAAS fellows

Marsh,-left,-and-LambWASHINGTON – Brian K. Lamb and Thomas L. Marsh of Washington State University have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for their efforts to advance science and/or its applications. » More …

Faculty and administrators named as society fellows

 

PULLMAN — Six members of the WSU faculty and administration, including the university president, have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

The WSU honorees are Elson S. Floyd, president of the university; Howard D. Grimes, vice president for research; Michael D. Griswold, dean of the College of Sciences; Guy H. Palmer, director of the School for Global Animal Health; Bryan K. Slinker, interim dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine; and James P. Kehrer, dean of the College of Pharmacy.

According to a statement from AAAS, these six are among 486 … » More …

WSU physicist named Fellow of the AAAS

Washington State University physicist J. Thomas Dickinson was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science this week.A member of the AAAS physics section, Dickinson was cited for “fundamental contributions to understanding the underlying mechanisms involved in fracture, tribology and laser interactions with materials.”Dickinson was the first director of the WSU Center for Materials Research and is recognized internationally for his contributions in both laser research and nanotribology. He holds the Paul A. Anderson Professorship in Physics and was named a Regents Professor in 2004. He is also a recipient of the WSU Distinguished Faculty Address Award, the President’s Faculty Excellence … » More …