Fran McSweeney

McSweeney honored with lifetime service award

By Adrian Auman, College of Arts & Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – During her 42 years on the faculty at Washington State University, Frances K. “Fran” McSweeney has demonstrated great personal and professional commitment to the WSU community and has profoundly influenced the university’s direction and progress.

Tenure and promotion workshop via videoconference

PULLMAN – Faculty performance reviews, with a focus on tenure and promotion, will be the topic of a workshop 1:30-3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, in Pullman and via videoconference at other campuses and via videostream.   Conducted by Fran McSweeney, WSU Regents professor of psychology and vice provost for faculty affairs, the workshop is part […]

Brigham, McSweeney named national association fellows

• The Association for Behavior Analysis has named both Thomas Brigham, psychology professor and special assistant to the president, and Frances McSweeney, vice provost for Faculty Affairs, as ABA Fellows. Because the fellows program began only last year, McSweeney and Brigham are among the first 35 people in the world selected for this status.ABA reserves […]

McSweeney president of behavioral analysis assoc.

PULLMAN — Frances K. McSweeney, Washington State University regents professor of psychology and vice provost for faculty affairs has been named president of the Association for Behavioral Analysis.McSweeney assumed her new responsibilities as the elected head of the internationally recognized organization of behavioral scientists last week at the group’s 31st annual convention in Chicago, Illinois. […]