Faculty members advancing their careers work in more than a dozen fields, from human sciences to agriculture and WSU Extension service, at campuses and communities across Washington state.
“Please join me in congratulating all of our newly promoted colleagues,” said Wendy Powers, Cashup Davis Family Endowed Dean of CAHNRS. “Each one has shown outstanding effort, dedication, and ability in building a more resilient Washington. Their advancement opens the door for greater impact on their fields and professions, as well as our state and society.”
Powers notified each of the faculty members of their advancement Feb. 24 in person or via Zoom.
Promoted faculty include:
- Min Du, Department of Animal Sciences, Pullman
- Jihyeong Son, Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design, and Textiles, Pullman
- Raven Weaver, Department of Human Development, Pullman
- Jenifer McIntyre, School of the Environment, Puyallup REC
- Scott Harper, Department of Plant Pathology, Prosser IAREC
- Kevin Harris, WSU Extension Community and Economic Development Program Unit, William D. Ruckelshaus Center, Seattle.
- Henry Adams, School of the Environment, Pullman
Scholarly Associate Professor
- Mary Kay Patton, Department of Human Development, Pullman
- Caitlin Bletscher, Department of Human Development, Vancouver
Teaching Associate Professor
- Holly Henning, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Pullman
Associate Professor-Career Track
- Hannah Brause, WSU Extension Community and Economic Development Program Unit, Skamania Extension Office
- Mark Gibson, School of Economic Sciences
- Jennifer Andreas, WSU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Unit, Puyallup REC
- Michelle Moyer, Department of Viticulture and Enology, Prosser IAREC
- Ben Cowan, School of Economic Sciences, Pullman
- Joe Cook, School of Economic Sciences, Pullman
- Kevin Murphy, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Pullman
- David Crowder, Department of Entomology, Pullman
- Cory Bolkan, Department of Human Development, Vancouver
- Girish Ganjyal, School of Food Science, Pullman
- Marcy Ostrom, School of the Environment, Wenatchee.
With 13 academic units, three Extension program units, four Research and Extension Centers, and 40 Extension and Tribal County offices distributed across the state, CAHNRS leads WSU’s land-grant mission of education, discovery, and service across Washington state. Learn more about our work at https://cahnrs.wsu.edu/