The Biological Sciences is pleased to welcome several new people to the Department.
Alison Scoville, our new tenure-track Assistant Professor in Biology, investigates fundamental questions in evolutionary biology, with an emphasis on phenotypic plasticity, rapid evolution and biological conservation. She uses two model systems, Mimulus guttatus (yellow monkeyflower) and Daphnia (water fleas), and integrates field studies, molecular biology, and mathematical modeling. Dr. Scoville received her B.A. in Biology from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota and her Ph.D. in Biology from Utah State University. Most recently, she comes from a postdoctoral position at the University of Kansas and Haskell Indian Nations University. Dr. Scoville currently teaches General Biology I.
Rueben Gutstein - B.S. Evergreen State University, Olympia, WA. Graduate advisor, Dr. Kris Ernest
Kerry Holcomb - B.S. University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Graduate advisor, Dr. Dan Beck
Eric Inions - B.A. Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA. Graduate advisor, Dr. Mary Poulson
Ronae Jull - B.S. Walla Walla University, Walla Walla, WA. Graduate advisor, Dr. Dan Selski
Kyle Larson - B.S. Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA. Graduate advisor, Dr. Holly Pinkart
Mallela Magana- B.S. Western Washington Univerity, Bellingham, WA. Graduate advisor, Dr. Lucinda Carnell
Katie Nation - B.S. Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA. Graduate advisors, Dr. Gabe Stryker and Dr. Blaise Dondji
How will climate change affect the production of essential food crops? Food security depends on proKEEN Guided Nature Walk: "Exploring Insects" Sunday, June 12th, 12-1pm
Guided Nature Walk: ”Exploring Insects,” Sunday, June 12, noon -1 pm, Yakima Canyon InterpYakima Basin Science & Management Conference 2016
June 15-16 2016 at CWU in Science Building Room 147