Faculty fellows and distinguished professors
College of education faculty fellowships recognize outstanding scholarship and may be used to retain faculty headed for prominence. A fellowship provides salary supplements and research support.
Faculty Research Funding Awards
- Robert Catena [with Lisa Fournier (Dept. of Psychology) and Nigel Campbell (Moscow/Pullman OBGYN)], Shifting Attention and Avoiding Environmental Hazards during Pregnancy
- Michael Dunn, Skriba 1.0: An Online Set of Resources to Help Students Improve their Argumentative Essay Writing Skills
- Hsin-Ya Liao [with Ying-Fen Wang (National Taiwan Normal University)], Stigma and Barriers of Seeking Psychological Services: Development of a Culturally Valid Measure
- Johnny Lupinacci, A Sense of Belonging: Valuing Urban Youth
Berry Family Distinguished Professor
- Brian French, Educational Psychology. Associate Dean for Research and External Funding. Director, Learning and Performance Learning Center.
Berry Family Fellowship
- Sarah Ullrich-French and Anne Cox, Test of Mindful Movement in State Body Functionality: Enhancing Undergraduate Women’s Mental and Physical Health
- Anne Marie Guerrettaz, Pioneering Research on Language Teaching Materials: From Spanish Foreign Language Classrooms to WSU Teacher Preparation
Mitchell Family Fellowship
- Joy Egbert, Classroom Task Engagement and ELL Achievement
COE Faculty Research Fellowship Award
- Sarah Newcomer, Learning through Maps and Mapping our Learning: Fostering Geo-literacy through the Use of Online, Interactive PuzzleMaps
High Risk/High Reward and Pressing Need Award
- Shenghai Dai and Kira Carbonneau, Education Research in the Era of Big Data – Evidence from Large-Scale Surveys
STEM Excellence Award
- Kristin Lesseig, Supporting Teacher Learning and Instructional Improvement: An Investigation of Mathematics Studios in Secondary Schools
Boeing Distinguished Professor Awards
- Olusola Adesope, Situating STEM Education in Social Learning Environments: A Research Agenda to Enhance Learning, Retention and Attitudes in STEM
- Andy Cavagnetto, Leveraging the Language Practices of Science: Adapting the Science Writing Heuristic to a Large Undergraduate Biology Lecture Course
- A.G. Rud, Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education.