The Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Newsletter is published twice a year, and is sent to all Fairmount College alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the college. Each issue contains information about faculty, staff and student accomplishments and a message from the dean. All material is copyrighted and the property of Wichita State University. You may download past issues at the links below:
Youngmeyer estate gives researchers access to Flint Hills property; The Flint Hills; WSU field station reserves; Faculty spotlight: Greg Houseman; Elliott School program celebrates its 25th birthday; Matson named dean of Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; In memoriam.
Bighorn Basin experience creates career geologists; Packing for field camp; Faculty spotlight: Will Parcell; Challenge coins surprise, unite WSU grads; Challenge coin legend; WSU Center for Community Research and Support turns 30; In memoriam
MFA to celebrate 40 years; More about the MFA in creative writing; MFA student accolades; Faculty spotlight: Margaret Dawe; Wichita State students discover frog-killing fungus in Kansas; Around the college; In memoriam.
Ending modern day slavery focus of professor's work; Potential signs of trafficking and exploitation; Faculty spotlight: Karen Countryman-Roswurm; Philosophy prepares students for careers, life; Model United Nations students learn political skills, clear invasive species; Awards support summer research by faculty; In memoriam.
New president embraces liberal arts and sciences; Spotlight on the president; Bardo's recommended reading; Higgs boson discovery opens doors for new applications; Dean Profile: Clifford P. Clark; Sabbaticals for rest and renewal; Fairmount College faculty recognized; In memoriam.
Matson recognized for teaching excellence; Faculty spotlight: Ron Matson; Matson's maxims on teaching; Bischoff to step down as dean; Notable accomplishments under Bischoff's leadership; Anderson remembered for breadth of contributions; In memoriam;.
Weems called to preserve African-American business history; Faculty spotlight: Robert Weems; Kansas Court of Appeals visits WSU campus; Appellate court visits come with a purpose; Albert Goldbarth named recipient of 2011 Coldsmith Award; In memoriam.
Anthrax research edges toward vaccine, earns patent; Faculty spotlight: Jim Bann; Center entwines language, literature and music with technology; Center to assist local governments with environmental, fiscal issues; Huxman named president of Conrad Grebel University College; Jean Elliott retires; Biology labs to receive major upgrade, Jackman fund update.
Teaching evaluations viewed important by many; Faculty spotlight: Charlie Burdsal; Physics department to merge with mathematics, statistics; In memoriam: Craig Miner, Distinguished professor and Kansas historian; Department of Anthropology benefits from David Jackman estate; Two faculty named for distinguished professorships; Four undergraduate science students earn Sarachek awards; Grand opening of biological field station; In memoriam.
Historical perspective: H1N1 may not be over; Flu pandemics in recent history; Faculty spotlight: George Dehner; Haiti earthquake hastens WSU prof's adoption plans; Fleming-Randle recognized for work, service and achievements; In memoriam.
Grant supports research of women's infertility; Infertility statistics; Faculty spotlight: George Bousfield; Elliott School celebrates 20 years; ESC timeline; Barrier recipient reflects on teaching career; In memoriam.
Grant to study youth intimate partner violence; What youth are saying about intimate partner violence; Statistics from law enforcement; Faculty spotlight: Jodie Hertzog; Dean's profile: William H. Isely; First Wichita State Professorship in English department result of estate gift; In memoriam.
WSU's Gythiel has become a top theological scholar; WSU field station ripe with research and educational opportunities; Current research at the field station; Goldbarth recognized for humorous poetry; In memoriam.
Certificate encourages study of medieval and Renaissance periods; Faculty Spotlight: William Woods; The short course on the Renaissance; Lab helps businesses create usable Web pages; Ways to improve your Web page; Software Usability Research Laboratory; Center for Environment and Human Health accessible online; Jones' gift to fund professorship of distinction; Community college visits provide transfer of academic information.
Lessons from Broadway; Faculty Spotlight: Les Anderson; Self-Help Network changes name to reflect services.
Wichita State to host Science Olympiad National Tournament; Biology field station gets NSF grant; Professors keep it real with evolution; Lichti retires; Rogers joins the search for ivory-billed woodpeckers; Elliott School hires Kansas Health Foundation Distinguished Chair of Strategic Communication; Professor studies diseases of history; In memoriam; Grant mystery solved.
From being mentored to honoring the mentor; Faculty Spotlight: Wilson Baldridge; Two longtime LAS faculty named to new professorships; Miles rasies both funds and friends; Mason named director of LAS Advising Center.
Shore named 2005 Kansas Professor of the Year; Faculty Spotlight: Ellie Shore; McDonald chosen to lead university research administration; Puebla summer program to celebrate 40th anniversary.
Faculty of distinction program brings positions to Fairmount College; Faculty Spotlight: Niall Shanks; New degree program will help meet demand for forensic scientists; Self-Help Network moves off campus; Konek taught new ways of dreaming; Clinical psychology program earns accreditation; Liberal arts students do well in undergraduate symposium; In memoriam.
Elliott School partners with Sunshine Coalition; Burke to direct Center for Environmental and Human Health; From the front lines--WSU social work professor on active duty in Iraq; Van Stipdonk research update; Fairmount College through the years: Change, growth and perspectives; Remember James Sours, Fairmount College Dean, 1962-1965; Fairmount College faculty perspectives 1964-2005; Fiske Hall: Cornerstone of Fairmount College.
WSU scientist's team to determine structure of gas phase uranium complexes; Donation makes professorship in history and philosophy of science possible; Former WSU president Warren Armstrong dies at age 70; Internships attract Fairmount College students.
A model for peace; Kansas history fascinating, accessible; Internships and Cooperative Education jobs give students experience; Fellowships assist faculty with summer projects; Fairmout College faculty win university awards; Iorio to attend Harvard summer institute; Huxman named director of Elliott School of Communication; Josephine Fugate, math educator and philanthropist; Sticks, stones--and words--can hurt.
Uncovering local history; Local Wichita student chosen for JASON project expedition; Asmat public opening planned; The "killer" is; Social work programs receive accreditation; LaVona Spencer retires.
Biological anthropologist named 2002 Kansas Professor of the Year; WSU support for laid off Fairmount College alumni and students; Fairmount College faculty recognized for teaching, research and creative activity; Fairmount College in the media; The Drs. Adamsons partner in life, teaching and commencement; Konek is recipient of 2003 Humanitarian award; Watkins Foundation support enhances science programs at Wichita State; WSU emeritus professor publishes war memorial; Mock homicide gives students chance to practice investigative skills.
Technology in LAS classrooms; Graduate education in Fairmount College; Goldbarth wins award for Many Circles; Roussel named Kansas French Educator of the Year; Shaw elected to Osage Tribal Council.
Fairmount College in the community; WSU poet wins unprecedented second critics award; History Day at WSU; Spanish students go south of the border; Professor studies wintering bird survival strategy; "Cool" science; Carving a place in museum history.
Helping Kansans help themselves; Former sheriff Mike Hill donates unspent campaign funds to WSU; Undergraduate students participate in research forum; Preparing students for teaching youth.
Certificate in Great Plains Studies now available; Policing institute benefits Kansas and Nebraska; Commencement symbols--unraveling the mystery; Gore recipients consider LAS programs; College grant activity sets another record; Obituary--Allan Cress; Wing Walker award moves to WSU; Unearthing artifacts during ongoing renovation; Explore the universe with Lake Afton Public Observatory; Holmes Museum to open soon.
Elliott School of Communication selects new director; Glickman family makes gift to WSU; Advising services restructured, consolidated; A rare find in Yellowstone; Cathy Green named director of development.