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Honors Student Advisory Council Recognized for Educational Impact at WSU Awards Banquet

Honors Student Advisory Council Recognized for Educational Impact at WSU Awards Banquet

PULLMAN, Wash. — The Honors Student Advisory Council (HSAC) received the Educational Impact Award at Washington State University’s Student Organization Awards Banquet on April 20.  It was hosted by Student Involvement and Leadership Development. » More …

Honors Faculty Anelli, Carris Win Top WSU Awards, Collaborate on New Courses

Honors Faculty Anelli, Carris Win Top WSU Awards, Collaborate on New Courses


Two Honors College faculty colleagues are the recipients of prestigious, WSU-wide awards.

Carol Anelli received Washington State University’s 2008-2009 Sahlin Faculty Excellence Award for Instruction.  On the Honors faculty since 1996, she has developed and taught five new courses for the college, including a one-credit thesis proposal seminar.  Her award was presented at the WSU Showcase event in March, celebrating the achievements of WSU faculty and staff.  Her course contents, materials, teaching methods, and examinations have been highly praised by students and peers on the local and national level. » More …

WSU Honors College Hosts Western Regional Honors Council Conference

WSU Honors College Hosts Western Regional Honors Council Conference

College of Engineering and Architecture Associate Dean M. Grant Norton Presents Keynote Address

PULLMAN, Wash.—Washington State University students and faculty will present some of their finest work this week in Spokane as the WSU Honors College hosts the Western Regional Honors Council (WRHC) Conference at the Davenport Hotel March 5-7. » More …

WSU Honors Students Present Work at Western Regional Honors Council Conference March 5-7

WSU Honors Students Present Work at Western Regional Honors Council Conference March 5-7

PULLMAN, Wash.—Eleven students from Washington State University’s Honors College are among the undergraduates selected to present their research, scholarship, and creative work at the Western Regional Honors Conference March 5-7 at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane, Wash. » More …

WSU Honors College Students Make History; All Nominees Granted “Pass with Distinction” Award on Theses

WSU Honors College Students Make History; All Nominees Granted “Pass with Distinction” Award on Theses

PULLMAN, Wash.—Students in the Honors College at Washington State University are known for being leaders in many areas, but a group of nine students who presented their senior thesis research projects in fall 2008 have the distinction of being first in a brand new category. » More …

WSU Honors College Alumnus Lewis Lee Guest Speaker at December Commencement Ceremonies

WSU Honors College Alumnus Lewis Lee Guest Speaker at December Commencement Ceremonies

PULLMAN, Wash.—Spokane entrepreneur Lewis C. Lee, managing partner of Lee and Hayes PLLC, an intellectual property law firm, will deliver the commencement address to graduates of the Washington State University Honors College on December 12 in Pullman.

“We are delighted that Lewis, who is one of our own Honors graduates, will be here to share his wisdom and insights with our newest graduates who are about to take their place in the world,” says Libby Walker, interim dean of the Honors College. » More …

Rachel Halverson Awarded Ray Verzasconi Northwest Postsecondary Teacher of the Year Award

Rachel Halverson Awarded Ray Verzasconi Northwest Postsecondary Teacher of the Year Award

Rachel Halverson
Rachel Halverson
PULLMAN, Wash.—Washington State University associate professor Rachel Halverson has become the first WSU educator to receive the prestigious Ray Verzasconi Northwest Postsecondary Teacher of the Year Award for outstanding professionals in foreign language education. » More …

Selena Galaviz Represents College of Liberal Arts as Highlight Student at Fall 2008 WSU Commencement

Selena Galaviz Represents College of Liberal Arts as Highlight Student at Fall 2008 WSU Commencement

Selena Galaviz
Selena Galaviz

PULLMAN , Wash. – Recommended by the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Honors College student Selena Galaviz will be the 2008 “highlight student” for the College of Liberal Arts at Washington State University’s fall commencement on December 13 in Pullman. Highlight students are those being recognized for outstanding contributions to WSU and the community. Galaviz believes that she was chosen because of her passion for her speech and hearing sciences major and for her leadership skills. According to Galaviz, her achievements at WSU are a guided effort. » More …