May 28, 2010
From Pullman to Paris to Palestine and many points in between, WSU faculty will be extending their professional development in 2010-2011 with exciting plans for research and scholarship.
Provost and Executive Vice President Warwick M. Bayly reports that he has approved 48 professional leaves listed below and that there will be no additional costs to the University for this program.
Preston Andrews, horticulture and landscape architecture, July 2 – Dec. 31, to write a textbook, “Principles of Fruit and Nut Production” for students, instructors, extension personnel, and horticulturists.
Lindsey du Toit, plant pathology, Nov. … » More …