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College of the Sciences

Faculty & Staff

Eric Graham, CRBW Director Lecturer Biological Sciences

   
Dr. Graham received his undergarduate degreee from the University of Washington, his PhD from UCLA and completed his post-doctoral work at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in the Republic of Panama.  He currently teaches both introductory and advanced Biology classes, including BIOL 464 - Terrestrial Plant Ecology.  Dr. Graham is very excited to be a member of the Craft Brewing Program.
   

Eric Graham currently teaches CRBW 317 Principles and Biochemistry of Brewing
 

Contact:  Eric.Graham@cwu.edu (509)963-1511 Science Building, Room 236M  Email is recommended

 

Cole Provence, Lecturer, CWU Craft Brewing

Cole Provence received a B.S. degree in Zoology from Weber State University and minored in Botany and Anthropology. He then attended Michigan State University where he obtained a M.S. degree in Fisheries and Wildlife with a focus on water chemistry. While attending MSU, Cole developed an interest in learning how to brew beer, and briefly interned at Michigan Brewing Company until he graduated in 2008. In 2011, Cole worked for the USDA Agricultural Research Service in Corvallis for Dr.’s Walt Mahaffee and Dave Gent where he conducted research on plant diseases and physiology of wine grapes and hops. Before getting hired at CWU, Cole was the Technical Manager at Yakima Chief- Hopunion where he developed the new hop farm QA/ QC program used throughout the industry, and is still used today. Cole has also worked at Rogue Brewery in Newport, Oregon and at Archery Summit winery in Dundee, Oregon; and is a member of the Master Brewers Association and American Homebrewers Association.

Cole Provence currently teaches CRBW 470 - Hops

Contact: Cole.Provence@cwu.edu


Roger Beardsley, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering Technology & Craft Brewing Lecturer

   

Roger co-founded of The Roslyn Brewing Company, a microbrewery in Roslyn WA, where he was employed from 1990 to 2004. Mr. Beardsley teaches CRBW 360 - Brew Process Technology.  From 2007 to 2017 he taught classes in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer in the Mechanical Engineering Technology department at Central Washington University.

PE: Registered Professional Engineer in the state of Washington.

   

 

Roger Beardsley currently teaches CRBW 360 - Brew Process Technology

Contact: Roger.Beardsley@cwu.edu  (509) 260-1483 Hogue Technology Building, Room 203L

 

 

Dr. Wayne Quirk, Professor, Biological Sciences & Craft Brewing

Dr. Quirk received his undergraduate degree from the University of Northern Iowa in 1980. He earned his PhD from Washington State University in Experimental Physiology and Psychology and completed his post doctoral work at The University of Michigan. He has served Central Washington University in a number of roles including Dean of Graduate Studies and Provost/Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. He currently teaches graduate seminars and Anatomy and Physiology in the Department of Biological Sciences. Dr. Quirk is proud to be a member of the Craft Brewing Program and teaches the Sensory Analysis of Beer.

 
Dr. Quirk currently teaches CRBW 450 - Sensory Analysis  
Contact: Wayne.Quirk@cwu.edu (509) 963-2825 Science Building, Room 338F  

 

CWU Craft Brewing
400 E University Way
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7537
Ph: 509-963-2731
 

 

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