College of Liberal Arts Newsletter

The Chronicle

Index of Issues

Spring 2012

Berry award supports exploration of Mexico's ancient past | Professor key consultant on Gauguin exhibit | Research to help soldiers in foreign cultures | Professor says both parties contribute to social spending | Three faculty members awarded Fulbrights | Science professor gives for love of family and the arts | and more

Fall 2011

NEA grant expands ACE project | MacArthur grants to reduce truancy | NIH grant to study decision making | NSF supports global research in sustainability | IMLS grant to further Mukurtu development | Fran Ho creates endowment | and more

Spring 2011

NIH grant to study alcohol dependence | NEH fellowship to complete book | NSF-funded study of Coast Salish village | UISFLP grant to expand offerings in Chinese, Japanese | Tolmacheva endows second award | and more

Fall 2010

NEH grant for cultural history of wilderness | Psychologists receive Alzheimer's Association grant | NEH grant for conference on civility in democracy | NSF-funded study of 'citizen science' | Silversteins endow student award | and more

Spring 2010

NSF grant for evolution of childhood | NIH grant for smart adaptive technology | Hanly receives two fellowships | Chermak receives Distinguished Achievement Award | Lovrich and Wright named regents professors | New Berry Fellows | and more

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During this period, the Chronicle was published as a joint internal/external newsletter, distributed to CLA faculty and staff on campus and to alumni and donors off campus.

#3.2 – Fall/Winter 2009

A mural for Pullman | Galactosemia and speech disorders | Researching marijuana and pain reduction | Curbing aggressive driving | Remembering Lance LeLoup | A visit with Julia Child's biographer | and more

#3.1 – Spring/Summer 2009

The Savages play Carnegie Hall | Fatigue and public safety | DTC student wins film award | Spanish-language students in Guatemala | Faculty work in ceramics exhibit | Advocacy for juveniles | General studies' advising excellence | and more

#2.3 – Fall 2008

Smart homes for independent living | Mentoring Ph.D. students | An oboe and romance in Southeast Asia | Graduate's work on World Heritage site | Mock Trial takes second | Commencement highlight student | and more

#2.2 – Spring/Summer 2008

SHS team helps orphans in China | Hamlin receives Guggenheim | Preserving indigenous culture in the Internet age | Fine arts "Sounding Retreat" | Yasinitsky delivers Distinguished Faculty Address | Spring commencement highlights | Whitney named interim dean | and more

#2.1 – Winter 2008

Sherman Alexie wins National Book Award | Murrow School becomes college | Burbick on culture, democracy, American West | Japanese language and culture studies | Alum named chief historian for National Park Service | Theatre to split from music | and more

#1.3 – Fall 2007

Cougar Jazz Night in Seattle | Inglebret honored for multicultural research | Students give tips for lunar mining base | Revealing the Central African rainforest's past | Alcohol ads and underage drinkers | Alums interviewed by students | and more

#1.2 – Spring/Summer 2007

Psychology undergraduate research | Roland Corp. gives to music | Child stress research | Speech therapy needs in China | Criminal justice in spotlight | Renaming Wilson Hall in honor of Jim Short | Boeing, CLA to bring arts to children | and more

#1.1 – Winter 2007

Music festival features John Corigliano | Rosa's prestigious invitation | IGERT program bridges disciplines | Introducing Francisco Manzo-Robledo | and more














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