Kyley Canion-Brewer will present her paper, “What Remains? Decolonization in the History of the AfricaMuseum (1897 – 2020),” based on her M.A. thesis with Dr. Sun, at the French Colonial Historical Society annual meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, on May 14, 2022.
Kristen Coan Howard (BA in History, WSU 2012) just accepted a tenure-track librarian position at McGill University. While at WSU, Howard worked with Jesse Spohnholz on research into gender and the Reformation in sixteenth-century Geneva, work that she continued in her 2020 PhD from the University of Arizona. In 2022, she completed a Masters in Information Sciences at McGill.
Matt Sutton delivered the paper “Donald Trump, the Apocalypse, and the Role of Religion in Modern American Politics” at the Käte Hamburger Centre for Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Studies, Heidelberg University, Germany.
Karl Krotke-Crandall is the winner of the 2022 Excellence in Online Teaching Award.
This award seeks to acknowledge and reward those faculty teaching Global Campus courses who go the extra mile to inspire and engage students in learning, support and care about students, and encourage students to do and be their best.
Bob Bauman was presented the WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Excellence Award.
This award is given annually to a WSU Tri-Cities faculty member whose research, scholarship, or creative work is exemplary, and whose work has had a positive influence on the broader community. It is the campus’s highest research honor.
Laurie Mercier presented a workshop, “It Happened Here: Making Labor History Visible” on developing plaques and walking tours to commemorate the disappearing sites of labor history, at the Pacific Northwest Labor History Conference held in Portland April 23, 2022.