A first-generation college student, Christina Denison is a Wildcat through and through having earned both her Bachelor and Master degrees from Central Washington University. Before becoming part of the team in the Douglas Honors College, Christina worked as a legal assistant; however, when CWU offered her an opportunity to do something a bit different she jumped at the chance. Starting as an office assistant in the Honors College, Christina took every opportunity she could to learn and do more which resulted in becoming the Academic and Student Success Coordinator and finally the Assistant Director of the DHC.
Christina enjoys spending time with her two daughters (a high school freshman and a high school senior) and her husband Jim, a local attorney. In the winter months, when not spending time with her family, you will find her shushing down the runs at Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort in Wenatchee. All the other months she spends time wishing it was the winter.
William O. Douglas Honors College Faculty
Our faculty is comprised of the best that Central Washington University has to offer. These intellectuals are some of the finest in their respected fields and they are constantly striving to help foster scholarly thought in our students.
Students who are the first in their families to attend college will receive a generous financial boEgger Named Director Of The Office Of Undergraduate Research
Anne Egger, assistant professor in geological sciences and science education, has been named the dirKlyve Named Interim Director Of The William O. Douglas Honors College
Math professor Dominic Klyve has been named interim director of Central Washington University’s Wi