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NWCCU fellowships announced
January 10, 2020

Tammy Barry serves as the WSU Graduate School’s associate dean in charge of program assessment and review. Jon Walter is an administrative planning specialist with the department of Institutional Research.

Community engagement faculty fellows announced
December 20, 2016

PULLMAN, Wash. – Nine faculty have been selected to the first cohort of Community Engagement Faculty Fellows at Washington State University. They represent eight disciplines, five colleges and four campuses.

Pullman hospital offers fellowship to WSU faculty
October 26, 2016

pullman-hospitalPULLMAN, Wash. – Full-time Washington State University faculty are eligible for a new $5,000 fellowship from Pullman Regional Hospital intended to advance health care delivery, lower costs and improve patient outcomes. The deadline to apply is Dec. 31.

Nov. 18 deadline to apply as engagement faculty fellows
October 17, 2016

PULLMAN, Wash. – Faculty are invited to apply by Friday, Nov. 18, for stipends of $1,250, plus $500 for course development and/or project dissemination, as fellows for student engagement at Washington State University.

Honors College seeks new faculty fellows
October 6, 2015

M.-Grant-NortonPULLMAN, Wash. – The Honors College at Washington State University is accepting applications and nominations for its inaugural cohort of faculty fellows.

Grant supports work on counseling English language learners
February 16, 2015

By Trevor Havard, College of Education intern

Salsbury-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Associate professor Tom Salsbury has won a three-year Washington State University grant for research into the counseling needs of middle school English language learners in Washington.

Researchers inauguratefaculty fellowships
March 4, 2008


Laurie McCubbin, Jason Margolis, Dawn Shinew (l-r)


PULLMAN —Thanks to three newly created faculty fellowships, WSU College of Education researchers will expand understanding of teacher leadership, human resiliency, and the effectiveness of teacher preparation.

Jason Margolis, Laurie “Lali” McCubbin and Dawn Shinew will each receive $10,000 per year for two years to fund their projects, with the possibility of a third year of funding, said Judy Mitchell, dean of the college. After that time, other College of Education faculty may apply for the fellowships.

Margolis, an assistant professor in the Department of Teaching & Learning, is the PEMCO Faculty Fellow in Educational Leadership. … » More …