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Annie Lampman to Present at Honors Conference in Atlanta

Annie Lampman

Annie Lampman to Present at Honors Conference in Atlanta

E. Annie LampmanNearly 2,000 Students & Faculty to Attend NCHC Annual Event

Lincoln, NE, October 12, 2017– Annie Lampman, Clinical Assistant Professor has been selected as a presenter during the 52nd annual conference to be held by the National Collegiate Honors Council in Atlanta, Georgia, November 8-12, 2017.

The conference highlights student and faculty research presentations from across the nation, and provides training and development for honors program administrators. The conference theme, “Just Honors”, will explore how the honors faculty and students can address the issues of access, equity and technology as key partners in the community.  Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, and author of Just Mercy, will provide the plenary address. » More …

Assistant Dean Robin Bond presents at International Virginia Woolf Conference

Assistant Dean Robin Bond presents at International Virginia Woolf Conference


Dr. Robin Bond of the Honors College, together with Dr. Trevor Bond of the Washington State University Libraries, traveled recently to Reading, England to present at the Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf: ‘Virginia Woolf and the World of Books’. Their papers were part of a panel exploring the Personal Library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf, which belongs to the Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections of the WSU Libraries in Pullman, Washington. » More …

WSU Provost Bernardo names Erdman, Fritz, Gerber, Graves, Gruen, Mariadoss, and Padowski as new Honors College Faculty Fellows

WSU Provost Bernardo names Erdman, Fritz, Gerber, Graves, Gruen, Mariadoss, and Padowski as new Honors College Faculty Fellows


PULLMAN, Wash.—Seven Washington State University faculty members have been selected to be in the second cohort of faculty fellows for the Honors College, as announced by Provost and Executive Vice President Daniel J. Bernardo.

“These are very involved educators who have made a remarkable impact on Honors’ students and initiatives, and we are pleased to recognize them with this prestigious title,” said Honors Dean M. Grant Norton. Their three-year appointments start May 16, 2017. » More …

Voiland College names 2017 outstanding students, faculty, staff

Voiland College names 2017 outstanding students, faculty, staff

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture announced the names of outstanding students, faculty, and staff at its annual convocation ceremony last Thursday. Award winners include the following: » More …

Associate Dean David Shier published in International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching

Associate Dean David Shier published in International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching


David Shier of the Honors College has recently been published in the International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching. The online version of the article can be read here >>

Of the article, David writes, “In this paper, I show how the models of inquiry developed by classical American pragmatists C.S Peirce, William James, and John Dewey share core features with the method of reflective equilibrium articulated in the influential moral philosophy of John Rawls, which may thus share some of pragmatism’s productive applications to philosophy of sports and sports coaching, as noted by Jenkins”.

Nominations, applications sought for WSU Honors College Faculty Fellows

Nominations, applications sought for WSU Honors College Faculty Fellows

PULLMAN, Wash.—Washington State University faculty members who make significant contributions to the Honors College and its students can be nominated or apply through Wed., Feb. 1, 2017 to be a member of the second cohort of Honors Faculty Fellows.

“Exceptional and dedicated faculty across the university support our mission and have a deep impact on our Honors students, and we are privileged to publicly recognize them with this courtesy title,” said Honors Associate Dean David Shier. » More …

Faculty get grants to improve undergrad teaching, learning

Faculty get grants to improve undergrad teaching, learning

By Beverly Makhani, Undergraduate Education

PULLMAN, Wash. – Seven grants of $7,000 recently were awarded to faculty for 2016-17 to develop innovative strategies that demonstrably enhance student learning, with preference given to projects that impact large numbers of students.

“We had a record year in terms of the number and quality of proposals,” said Mary F. Wack, vice provost for undergraduate education. “Many of the projects are exploring new directions in using technology to support student learning. Others are using data to drill down into the barriers to learning in certain courses or disciplines. I look forward to seeing the impact on student success in coming years.” » More …

Honors College Assistant Dean Robin Bond Awarded for Academic Advising

Honors College Assistant Dean Robin Bond Awarded for Academic Advising

Robin Bond recently was promoted to assistant dean of the Honors College after serving as an academic advisor there since 2007. She said she seeks to be available to students at all times, even during school breaks. According to a nominator, she is quick to recognize the potential of each student and give them support to achieve their full potential.

With a Ph.D. in classics from University of California-Los Angeles, Bond has served as a student research mentor and judge for the Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA).

New Honors College faculty Annie Lampman publishes creative writing.

New Honors College Faculty Member Annie Lampman Publishes Creative Writing

Assistant Clinical Professor Annie Lampman teaches creative writing at the WSU Honors College and serves as Editor of the Honors College literary journal The Palouse Review and Fiction Editor of Blood Orange Review. Lampman writes creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry and has had the following work recently published/forthcoming:

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Walker appointed Honors College Distinguished Professor

Walker appointed Honors College Distinguished Professor

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Brendan Walker discusses research data with Honors College student Chloe Erickson.

PULLMAN, Wash. – Brendan M. Walker, associate professor in the Department of Psychology, has been appointed Honors College Distinguished Professor for 2016–2018. Walker’s selection was based on his demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, and service. » More …