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Awards and Volunteer Recognition
Winter 2012

The 2011-12 recipients of the WSU Alumni Achievement Award include a retired major general, former NASCAR driver, retired NFL player, and a composer/conductor. Volunteers are also recognized for the past year.

Categories: Alumni
Tags: Awards, Alumni Achievement Award, Volunteer

Awards and Recognition
Winter 2011
Each year, the WSU Alumni Association acknowledges alumni and volunteers who have made significant contributions to their professions, their communities, the world, and the University. The WSUAA Alumni Achievement Award was created in 197...
Categories: Alumni
Tags: Alumni Association, Awards

Of honor and friendship
Spring 2010
One of the most successful partnerships in WSU history began in failure.It was the spring of 1975, Kansas State University. Guy Palmer was given a piece of ore in an analytical chemistry class and told to figure out how much nickel was in it. H...
Categories: Awards and honors, Veterinary medicine, WSU faculty
Tags: Awards, Animal health

Simple Forms
Fall 2005

Categories: Architecture and design
Tags: Awards

A Winner: Small-World Photomicrography
Summer 2004
This photograph of a thin copper film surface by former Washington State University materials science student Megan Cordill won 16th place in Nikon's 29th annual Small World Comp...
Engineering, Fine Arts
Tags: Awards, Materials engineering, Photography

Pathfinder Award winner recognized early in career
Summer 2004
Washington State University alumnus Brad Rawlins has earned one of the nation's top scholarly awards in public relations.The assistant professor of communications at Brigham Young University received the Pathfinder Award November 20 in New York Ci...
Categories: Alumni, Communication
Tags: Awards, Public relations

Author Sherman Alexie receives Regents' Distinguished Alumnus Award
Spring 2004
Sherman Alexie likes to remind people that attending Washington State University presented him with a real challenge. As a Spokane Indian, a liberal, and a writer, he did not fit the prevalent mold of students attending WSU in the late 1980s and e...
Categories: Alumni, Literature
Tags: Awards, Native Americans

Regents Scholars Reception: Young Scholars, Good Cheer
Spring 2004
Seth Lake of Olympia mimicked the fetal position he reverted to the day his roommate's family met him for the first time, shivering under a hat, coat, and blanket on the couch, sicker than a dog.A hungry John Leraas, also of Olympia, overspent his ...
Categories: WSU students
Tags: Regents, Awards

Long wins Outland Trophy, four named All-America
Spring 2003
Washington State's Rien Long proved to be more than a "West Coast wonder." The 6-6, 286-pound defensive tackle earned the Outland Trophy as college football's top interior lineman for 2002."He put us on the map tonight," coach Mike Price said of t...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Awards, Football

Blackwell makes his mark
Fall 2002
James Blackwell helped establish the clout of black sociologists. This spring he returned to Pullman to receive the University's highest honor.
Categories: Sociology, Awards and honors, Alumni
Tags: Awards, Alumni Achievement Award, African Americans