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TRUSTEES                          Margaret A. Smith                 Kevin Nemeth                        BUSINESS AND
                                   Director, Internal Audit           Director, Continuing
Leslie Jones, B.S.                Nancy E. Howard                     Education                         FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
  Seattle (September 30, 2009)     Director, Office for Equal       Virginia Mack                       Richard E. Corona
Ken Martin, B.S.                   Opportunity                        Director, McNair Scholars           Vice President for Business
  Cashmere (September 30,                                             Program                             and Financial Affairs
  2007)                           ACADEMIC AFFAIRS                  Roger Fouts                         Kevin E. Kimball
                                                                      Interim Director, Research          Associate Vice President for
Sid Morrison, B.S.                David Soltz                                                             Business and Financial Affairs
  Zillah (September 30, 2009)      Provost/Senior Vice President                                        Bill Vertrees
Jay Reich, J.D.                    for Academic Affairs             STUDENT AFFAIRS                       Senior Director, Facilities
  Seattle (September 30, 2006)    Linda S. Beath                    AND ENROLLMENT                        Management
                                    Associate Vice President for
Nadine Romero, M.S.
                                    Undergraduate Studies           MANAGEMENT                          Carmen Rahm
  Olympia (September 30, 2005)                                                                            Senior Director, Information
                                  Wayne S. Quirk                    Charlotte Tullos                      and Technology Services
Mike Sells, B.A.                    Associate Vice President for     Vice President for Student         Ona K. Youmans
  Everett (September 30, 2006)      Graduate Studies, Research,      Affairs and Enrollment               Senior Director, Human
Judy Yu, M.B.A.                     and Continuing Education         Management                           Resources
                                  Liahna Armstrong                  Keith M. Champagne
  Seattle (September 30, 2008)                                                                          Bruce Porter
                                    Dean, College of Arts and        Associate Vice President for
Matthew Schmitt                                                                                           Director, Business Services
                                    Humanities                       Student Affairs
  Student Representative                                                                                  and Contracts
                                  Roy Savoian                       Mike Reilly
  (May 31, 2004)                                                                                        Ken Baxter
                                    Dean, College of Business        Interim Associate Vice               Director, Conference and
                                  John J. Lasik                       President for Enrollment            Retail Services
EXECUTIVE                           Associate Dean, College of        Management                        Rob Borngrebe
                                    Business                        Jack Baker
OFFICERS OF                                                                                               Director, Dining Services
                                  Rebecca Bowers                      Assistant to the Vice President
THE UNIVERSITY                                                                                          Steve Rittereiser
                                    Dean, College of Education        for Student Affairs and             Director, Public Safety and
Jerilyn S. McIntyre                 and Professional Studies          Enrollment Management               Police Services
   President                      Connie Lambert                    Carolyn L. Wells                    Ron Munson
David Soltz                         Co–Associate Dean, College of     Undergraduate Studies               Manager, Environmental
  Provost/Senior Vice President     Education and Professional        Research and Data Analyst           Health and Safety
  for Academic Affairs              Studies                         Tracy Terrell                       Mac Taylor
Richard Corona                    Ethan Bergman                       Registrar                           Manager, Accounting
  Vice President for Business       Co–Associate Dean, College of   John E. Drinkwater                  Amelia Black
  and Financial Affairs             Education and Professional        Senior Director, Campus Life        Manager, Student Financial
Charlotte Tullos                    Studies                           and Student Union                   Services
  Vice President for Student      Meghan Miller                     Lisa Garcia-Hansen                  Steve Wenger
  Affairs and Enrollment            Dean, College of the Sciences     Interim Director, Admissions        Manager, University
  Management                      Carin Thomas                      Jacqualyn Johnson                     Bookstore
Paul Baker                          Co-Associate Dean, College        Director, Career Services         Don Diebert
  Vice President for University     of the Sciences                 Katrina A. Whitney                    Director, Enterprise
  Relations                       Philip Tolin                        Director, Center for Student        Information Systems
Elizabeth Street                    Co-Associate Dean, College        Empowerment                       Roland Tollefson
  Executive Assistant to the        of the Sciences                 Lorinda Anderson                      Director, Information and
  President                       Sura Rath                           Director, Civic Engagement          Technology Services
                                    Director of William O.          Leslie Webb                         Pat Stanton
                                    Douglas Honors College            Director, Diversity Education
PRESIDENT’S                                                                                               Manager, Enterprise
                                  Tom Peischl                       Mateo Arteaga                         Accounting
DIVISION                            Dean of Library Services          Director, Educational
                                  David Kaufman                       Opportunity Center, HEP,
Jerilyn S. McIntyre                 Director of Academic              CAMP                              UNIVERSITY
   President
Teresa C. Kulik
                                    Computing                       Agnes Canedo                        RELATIONS
                                  Margaret Badgley                    Director, Financial Aid
  Senior Assistant                  Assistant to the Provost for                                        Paul Baker
                                                                    Chris Hull
  Attorney General                  University Centers and                                                Vice President for University
                                                                      General Manager, KCWU
Jack Bishop                         Community College Relations                                           Relations
                                                                      Radio
  Director, Athletics             Michael Launius                                                       Ralph Phillips
                                                                    Stacy Klippenstein
Shelly Johnson                      Interim Executive Director,                                           Senior Director, Development
                                                                      Director, Residence Life and
  Director, Budget                  International Studies and                                           Jen Gray
                                                                      New Student Programs
Elizabeth Street                    Programs                                                              Director, Gift and Estate
                                                                    Robert Trumpy
  Executive Assistant             Neil McFarlane                                                          Planning
                                                                      Senior Director, Student
  to the President                  Director, Academic                                                  Daniel W. Jack
                                                                      Health, Counseling, and
Ann Anderson                        Achievement and Student                                               Director, Alumni Relations
                                                                      Wellness
  Director, Government              Support Services                                                    Mark Anderson
  Relations                       Scott Carlton                                                           Director, Public Relations and
Mark Lundgren                       Director, Academic Advising                                           Marketing
  Director, Institutional
  Research
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      EMERITUS FACULTY                                 Eric Reed Beardsley (1959): Emeritus             Janice Charlene Boyungs (1965): Emeritus
                                                       Professor of Health, Human Performance           Professor of Health, Human Performance
      Janis John Agars (1964): Emeritus Professor      and Recreation, 1986; B.A., (Ed.), Central       and Recreation, 1998; B.S., Western Illinois
      of Art, 2000; B.A., University of Washington;    Washington University; M.S., Springfield         University; M.Ed., Central Washington
      M.F.A., Washington State University.             College.                                         University.

      James McKenzie Alexander III (1965):             Galer Winthrop Beed (1973): Emeritus             James Franklin Brennan (1967): Emeritus
      Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, 2001;        Professor of Industrial and Engineering          Professor of History, 1997; B.S., Georgetown
      A.B., University of New Mexico; M.S.,            Technology, 2001; B.S., Oregon State             University; M.A., Ph.D., University of
      Clemson University; Ph.D., University of         University; M.A., San Jose State College;        California at Berkeley.
      Washington. (SeaTac)                             Ed.D., University of Arkansas.
                                                                                                        Bonalyn Bricker-Smith (1973): Emeritus
      Helen (Patton) Allen (1965): Emeritus            Robert Bowen Bennett (1967): Emeritus            Professor of Music, 1999; B.A., University of
      Professor of Librarianship, 1975; A.B.,          Professor of Physics, 1989; B.A., Willamette     Rochester; M.A. Columbia University; D.M.,
      Earlham College, Indiana; M.A.L.S., George       University; M.A., Ph.D., University of           University of Cincinnati.
      Peabody College.                                 Oregon.
                                                                                                        George William Brooker, Jr. (1990):
      Richard Vernon Alumbaugh (1969):                 William J. Benson (1968): Emeritus               Emeritus Professor of Business
      Emeritus Professor of Psychology. 2002;          Professor of Sociology, 2000; B.A., Ph.D.,       Administration, 2001; B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D.,
      B.A., M.S., Fort Hays Kansas State College;      Washington State University.                     Northwestern University.
      Ph.D., Texas Technological College.
      (Steilacoom)                                     Robert Donald Bentley (1969): Emeritus           James Eugene Brooks (1961): Emeritus
                                                       Professor of Geology, 1997; B.S., Oregon         President, 1978; Emeritus Professor of
      David Richard Anderson (1969): Emeritus          State University; Ph.D., Columbia                Geography, 1993; B.A., Central Washington
      Professor of Mathematics, 1999;B.A. Bradley      University.                                      University; M.A., Ph.D., University of
      University; Ph.D., Duke University.                                                               Washington.
                                                       Robert Milton Benton (1967): Emeritus
      Joel Max Andress (1966): Emeritus Professor      Professor of English, 2002; B.A., Trinity        Donald Gordon Brown (1963): Emeritus
      of Geography, 1993; A.B., University of          University; M.A., Ph.D., University of           Professor of Education, 1982; B.A., M.Ed.,
      Pacific; M.S., Ph.D., University of California   Colorado. (Lynnwood)                             University of Washington.
      at Berkeley.
                                                       Walter Louis Berg (1955): Emeritus               Robert Harrison Brown (1967): Emeritus
      Jimmie Ray Applegate (1970): Emeritus            Professor of History, 1982; B.A., University     Professor of Zoology, 1997; B.S. (Ed.), M.S.,
      Professor of Curriculum and Supervision,
                                                       of Puget Sound; M.A., Ph.D., University of       Ph.D., University of Arizona.
      1996; B.S., Oregon State University; B.S.,
                                                       Washington.
      M.S., Eastern Oregon College; Ph.D.,
                                                                                                        Gerald Francis Brunner (1963): Emeritus
      Washington University, St. Louis.
                                                       Alan Ray Bergstrom (1959): Emeritus              Professor of Industrial and Engineering
                                                       Professor of Education, 1983; B.A. (Ed.),        Technology, 1990; B.A., M.A., San Jose State
      Walter Harvey Arlt (1968): Emeritus
                                                       Northern Idaho College of Education; M.Ed.,      College.
      Professor of Health, Human Performance
                                                       Central Washington University; Ed.D.,
      and Recreation, 2000; B.S., Washington State
                                                       Washington State University.                     David Burt (1969): Emeritus Professor of
      University; M.Ed., Central Washington
                                                                                                        English, 1984; A.B., Middlebury College;
      University.
                                                       Elbert E. Bilyeu (1970): Emeritus Professor      M.A., Montana State University.
      Emanuel Frank Bach (1951): Emeritus              of Spanish, 1995; B.S., Southwest Missouri
      Professor of Art, 1979; B.A., M.A., Colorado     State College; Ph.D., University of Colorado.    F. Ross Byrd (1969): Emeritus Professor of
      State College.                                                                                    Administrative Management and Business
                                                       Herbert Allison Bird (1947): Emeritus            Education, 2000; B.A., Eastern Washington
      Jay Emil Bachrach (1967): Emeritus               Professor of Music, 1978; Mus.B., Oberline       University; M.A., Whitworth College; Ed.D.,
      Professor of Philosophy, 1998; A.B., Indiana     Conservatory of Music; M.A., Teachers            Washington State University.
      University; Ph.D., Columbia University.          College, Columbia University; Mus. A.D.,
                                                       Boston University.                               Anthony Canedo (1962): Emeritus Professor
      Luther Galloway Baker, Jr. (1964): Emeritus                                                       of English, 1989; B.A., Ph.D., University of
      Professor of Family Studies, 1987; A.B.,         Donald Earl Black (1971): Emeritus               Washington.
      Whitworth College; S.T.B., Boston University     Professor of Curriculum & Supervision,
      School of Theology; Ph.D., Oregon State          1998; A.B., University of Northern Iowa;         David George Canzler (1966): Emeritus
      University.                                      M.A., Colorado State College; Ed.D.,             Professor of English, 1990; B.A., Linfield
                                                       University of Northern Colorado.                 College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Oregon.
      David Daryl Basler (1960): Emeritus
      Professor of Education, 92; B.A., State          Thomas Leroy Blanton (1967): Emeritus            Robert Keith Carlton (1964): Emeritus
      College of Iowa; M.A., Ph.D., State              Professor of English, 1996; B.A., M.A.,          Professor of Education, 1987; B.A., M.Ed.,
      University of Iowa.                              Washington State University.                     Eastern Washington University; Ed.D.,
                                                                                                        University of Idaho.
      Adrian Lee Beamer (1957): Emeritus               Andrea Christine Bowman (1989): Emeritus
      Professor of Health, Human Performance           Professor of Curriculum and Supervision,         Eva-Marie Carne (1968): Emeritus Professor
      and Recreation, 1983; B.A. (Ed.), M.Ed.,         2003; B.A., San Jose State University; M.A.E.,   of German, 1992; B.A., University of Bristol;
      Eastern Washington University.                   Northern Arizona University; Ed.D.,Arizona       M.A., Ph.D., University of Colorado.
                                                       State University.
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Ernest Chan-Nui (1967): Emeritus Professor       Anne Smith Denman (1969): Emeritus               Henry John Eickhoff (1950): Emeritus
of Curriculum & Supervision and Supervisor       Professor of Anthropology, 2003; B.A.,           Professor of Music, 1989; B.A., B.D.,
of Student Teaching, 1998; B.Ed., University     Mount Holyoke College; Ph.D., University of      Concordia Seminary; M.M., Ph.D.,
of Hawaii; M.A., Ed.D., Columbia                 California at Berkeley.                          Northwestern University.
University.
                                                 Clayton Charlton Denman (1964): Emeritus         Franklin Dale Elmore (1965): Emeritus
Albin Bert Christianson (1947): Emeritus         Professor of Anthropology, 1996; B.A., M.A.,     Professor of Education, 1979; B.S., Northwest
Professor of Music, 1978; B.S. (Ed.),            University of Washington; Ph.D., University      Missouri State College; M.S., Drake
University of North Dakota; M.S. (Mus. Ed.),     of California at Berkeley.                       University; Ed.D., Nebraska University.
University of Idaho.
                                                 Donald Gene Dietrich (1970): Emeritus            Walter Charles Emken (1969): Emeritus
Glen W. Clark (1964): Emeritus Professor of      Professor of Science Education and               Professor of Chemistry, 1999; B.S., Fresno
Biology; B.S., Ricks College; M.S., Utah State   Chemistry, 1995; B.S., North Dakota State        State College; Ph.D., Oregon State
University; Ph.D.,University of California at    University; M.T.S., University of North          University.
Davis.                                           Dakota; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.
                                                                                                  Robert Merlyn Envick (1973); Emeritus
Donald John Cocheba (1970): Emeritus             Lucile Doersch (1968): Emeritus Professor of     Professor of Industrial and Engineering
Professor of Economics, 2002; B.S., Southern     Music, 1972; B.A., M.Ed., Central                Technology, 1998; B.A., M.A., Kearney State
Illinois University; M.S., Louisiana State       Washington University.                           College; Ed.D., University of Northern
University; Ph.D., Washington State                                                               Colorado.
University.                                      Makiko Doi (1974): Emeritus Professor of
                                                 Library Science, 1993; B.A., University of the   Barney L Erickson (1969): Emeritus
Frank McDonald Collins (1966): Emeritus          Pacific; M.L.S., University of Washington.       Professor of Mathematics, 2002; B.S., Utah
Professor of English, 1976; B.A., Oklahoma                                                        State University; M.S., Syracuse University;
City University; M.A., University of             Richard Tetsuwo Doi (1965): Emeritus             M.S., Ed.D., Utah State University.
Oklahoma; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.        Professor of Art, 1992; B.S. (Ed.), Northern
                                                 Illinois University; M.A., University of         Edward Soe Esbeck (1978): Emeritus
Colin Davis Condit (1965): Emeritus              California at Berkeley; Ed.D., Columbia          Professor of Business Administration, 1999;
Professor of Psychology, 1983; B.A.,             University.                                      B.S., Drake University; M.A., State
University of Washington; M.A., Columbia                                                          University of Iowa; Ph.D., Case Western
University; Ph.D., Washington State              Ann Fortson Donovan (1977): Emeritus             Reserve Reserve University.
University.                                      Professor of Librarianship, 1990; B.A. in Ed.,
                                                 University of Florida; M.L.S., Florida State     George H. Fadenrecht (1964): Emeritus
Dale Robert Comstock (1964): Emeritus            University; M.A., Central Washington             Professor of Librarianship, 1982; A.B., Tabor
Professor of Mathematics, 1996; B.A., Central    University.                                      College; M.A., University of Kansas;
Washington University; M.S., Ph.D., Oregon                                                        M.A.L.S., University of Michigan.
State University.                                Stanley Arthur Dudley (1957): Emeritus
                                                 Professor of Industrial and Engineering          Steven Eugene Farkas (1965): Emeritus
William Sattler Craig (1968): Emeritus           Technology, 1984; B.A., M.Ed., Central           Professor of Geology, 1996; B.S., M.A.,
Professor of Instructional Media, Academic       Washington University.                           University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., University of
Computing, 2001; B.A. (Ed.), M.Ed., Central                                                       New Mexico.
Washington University.                           Leonard Clinton Duncan (1965): Emeritus
                                                 Professor of Chemistry, 1999; A.B., Wabash       Dorothy Joan Fennelly (1956): Emeritus
Donald Wayne Cummings (1960): Emeritus           College; M.A., Wesleyan University, Conn.;       Professor of Education, 1989; B.A., Western
Professor of English, 1996; B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,   Ph.D., University of Washington.                 Washington University; M.S., University of
University of Washington.                                                                         Oregon.
                                                 Betty Jo Dupin (1966): Emeritus Professor of
Clifford Conrad Cunha (1970): Emeritus           Music, 1984; B.A. (Ed.), Eastern Washington      Guy Lee Fisher (1967): Emeritus Professor of
Professor of Music, 1979; B.A., San Jose State   University; M.M., Northwestern University.       Flight Technology, 1986; (B.A. (Ed.), Western
College; M.A. (Ed.), Stanford University.                                                         Washington University; M.A., Boston
                                                 Ilda Marie Easterling (1967): Emeritus           College; Ph.D., Washington State University
William Frederick Cutlip (1968): Emeritus        Professor of French, 1991; B.A., M.A.,
Professor of Mathematics, 2000; B.S., Eastern    University of Utah; Ph.D., Brigham Young         John Philip Foster (1965): Emeritus
Illinois University; M.A., University of         University.                                      Professor of Communication, 1995; B.S.,
Illinois; Ph.D., Michigan State University.                                                       M.S., Indiana University.
                                                 Dee Richard Eberhart (1965): Emeritus
Robert Yost Dean (1968): Emeritus Professor      Professor of Geography, 1986; B.A.,              Wolfgang Wilhelm Franz (1969): Professor
of Mathematics, 1986; B.A., Willamette           University of Washington; M.A.,                  of Economics, (1998); B.A., Central
University, M.S., Ph.D., California Institute    Northwestern University.                         Washington University; Ph.D., Washington
of Technology.                                                                                    State University.
                                                 Robert Van Edington (1988): Emeritus
Byron Leonard DeShaw (1967): Emeritus            Professor of Political Science, 1999; B.A.,      Gary Carlin Frederick (1967): Emeritus
Professor of Education, 1991; B.A., M.A.,        San Francisco State College; M.A., Ph.D.,        Professor of Health, Human Performance
Washington State University; Ed.D.,              University of Washington.                        and Recreation, 1999; B.A. (Ed.), M.Ed.,
University of Idaho.                                                                              Central Washington University; Ed.D.,
                                                                                                  University of Idaho.
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      Ronald Martin Frye (1966): Emeritus              Calvin George Greatsinger (1969): Emeritus       Kenneth Kaye Harsha (1966): Emeritus
      Professor of Industrial and Engineering          Professor of Education, 1994; B.A.,              Professor of Business Education and
      Technology, 1993; B.A., Central Washington       Jamestown College, N.D.; M.Ed., University       Administrative Management, 1991; B.S.
      University; M.S., Kansas State College of        of North Dakota; Ed.D., University of            (Ed.), M.S., Kansas State Teachers College;
      Pittsburgh; Ed.D., University of Missouri.       Northern Colorado.                               Ed.D., University of Wyoming.

      Lloyd Miller Gabriel (1966): Emeritus            James Gregory Green (1968): Emeritus             Ruth Dahlgren Hartman (1965): Emeritus
      Professor of Education, 1987; B.A.,              Professor of Psychology, 1995; B.A., Eastern     Professor of Librarianship, 1985; B.S., Minot
      Washington State University; M.Ed., Oregon       Michigan University; M.A., University of         State College, N.D.; A.M.L.S., University of
      State University; Ed.D., Washington State        Michigan; Ed.D., Washington State                Michigan.
      University.                                      University.
                                                                                                        Richard Wayne Hasbrouck (1964): Emeritus
      Robert Douglas Gaines (1961): Emeritus           John Gary Gregor (1970): Emeritus Professor      Professor of Chemistry, 1995; B.S., College of
      Professor of Chemistry, 1995; B.S., M.S.,        of Health, Human Performance and                 Great Falls; M.A., Wesleyan University;
      Ph.D., Montana State College.                    Recreation, 1999; B.A. (Ed.), Western            Ph.D., University of Wyoming.
                                                       Washington University; M.Ed., Central
      Gary Melvin Galbraith (1971): Emeritus           Washington University; Ed.D., University of      Arlin James Hawkins (1970): Emeritus
      Professor of Art, 2000; B.F.A., M.F.A.,          Oregon.                                          Professor of Theatre Arts, 2001; B.A., M.A.,
      California College of Arts and Crafts; M.A.,                                                      Sacramento State College.
      Central Washington University.                   Robert John Gregson (1966): Emeritus
                                                       Professor of Health, Human Performance           Beverly Heckart (1967): Emeritus Professor
      Kenneth Oakland Gamon (1965): Emeritus           and Recreation, 1998; B.S., M.Ed., Linfield      of History, 2003; B.A., Hood College; M.A.,
      Professor of Mathematics, 2001; B.S., Eastern    College.                                         Ph.D., Washington University, St. Louis,
      Washington University; M.S., Ph.D., Oregon                                                        MO.
      State University.                                George Charles Grossman (1966): Emeritus
                                                       Professor of Education, 1991; B.A. (Ed.),        Raeburne Seeley Heimbeck (1967):
      Roger Lee Garrett (1968): Emeritus Professor     Eastern Washington University; M.Ed.,            Emeritus Professor of Philosophy and
      of Communication, 2000; B.A., M.A.,              Ed.D., University of Washington.                 Religious Studies, 1999; B.A., Stanford
      University of Montana; Ph.D., Stanford                                                            University; M.Div., Fuller Theological
      University.                                      Charles Lee Guatney (1976): Emeritus             Seminary; Ph.D., Stanford University.
                                                       Associate Professor of Administrative
      Earl Theodore Glauert (1968): Emeritus           Management and Business Education; (1997)        John Maurice Herum (1962): Emeritus
      Professor of History, 1994; A.B., Earlham        B.S., Kansas State College; M.A., Rider          Professor of English, 1993; B.A., Carroll
      College; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.      College.                                         College.

      Walter Robert Goedecke (1970): Emeritus          Ralph Donald Gustafson (1957): Emeritus          Betty Jean Hileman (1967): Emeritus
      Professor of Philosophy, 1993; A.B., A.M.,       Professor of Education, 1979; B.A.,              Professor of Health, Human Performance
      Ph.D., University of Chicago.                    Willamette University; M.Ed., Ed.D.,             and Recreation, 1986; B.A., Ohio Wesleyan
                                                       University of Washington.                        University; M.S., University of Wisconsin;
      Donald Glenn Goetschius (1957): Emeritus                                                          Ph.D., University of Southern California.
      Professor of Education, 1980; B.A.,              Helmi Shafik Habib (1964): Emeritus
      Morningside College; M.A., University of         Professor of Chemistry, 1995; B.S., Walla        James Roscoe Hinthorne (1980): Emeritus
      Iowa; Ed.D., University of Wyoming.              Walla College; M.S., University of Idaho;        Professor of Geological Sciences, 2001; B.A.,
                                                       Ph.D., Washington State University.              Ph.D., University of California at Santa
      Edward Golden (1977): Emeritus Professor                                                          Barbara; M.S., University of Massachusetts.
      of Business Administration, 2001; B.S.,          Ronald William Hales (1969): Emeritus
      Northwestern University; M.B.A., Ed.D.,          Professor of Driver and Safety Education,        David Ramon Hosford (1969): Emeritus
      Seattle University. (Lynnwood)                   2000; B.S., Brigham Young University; M.A.,      Professor of Biological Sciences, 2003; B.A.,
                                                       Illinois State University; Ph.D., Michigan       Portland StateUniversity; Ph.D., University
      Odette Golden (1959): Emeritus Professor of      State University.                                of Washington.
      French, 1982; B.A. Barnard College; M.A.,
      Columbia University; Ph.D., University of        Mark Warren Halperin (1966): Emeritus            Alexander Hamilton Howard, Jr. (1950);
      Michigan.                                        Professor of English, 2002; B.A., Bard           Emeritus Professor of Education, 1984; B.A.
                                                       College; M.F.A., State University of Iowa        (Ed.), Central Washington University; A.M.,
      Virginia G. Goldsmith (1957): Emeritus                                                            Ph.D., University of Chicago.
      Professor of Education, 1973; B.S., University   Kenneth Allen Hammond (1962): Emeritus
      of Minnesota; M.A., Ed.D., University of         Professor of Geography, 1997; B.A., Eastern      Everett Anthony Irish (1956): Emeritus
      Washington.                                      Washington University; M.S., Oregon State        Professor of Health, Human Performance
                                                       University; Ph.D., University of Michigan.       and Recreation, 1982; B.A., M.A., State
      Darwin Joseph Goodey (1964): Emeritus                                                             University of Iowa; D.Ed., University of
      Professor of Psychology, 1993; B.S., M.S.,       Edward James Harrington (1970): Emeritus         Oregon.
      Utah State University; Ph.D., University of      Professor of Biology, 1989; B.S., M.Ed., Tufts
      Oregon.                                          University; Ph.D., Cornell University.
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Robert Neil Irving, Jr. (1965): Emeritus           Thomas James Kerr (1970): Emeritus              William Francis Lacey (1972): Emeritus
Professor of Health, Human Performance             Professor of Political Science, 1996; B.A.,     Professor of Education, 1986; B.A. (Ed.),
and Recreation, 1987; B.A., University of          University of Washington; A.M., George          Central Washington University; M.Ed.,
Idaho; M.S., Indiana University; Ed.D.,            Washington University; Ph.D., Syracuse          Ed.D., University of Oregon.
University of Oregon.                              University.
                                                                                                   Madalon C. Lalley. (1990): Emeritus
Robert Cooper Jacobs. (1970): Emeritus             Erlice Joy Killorn (1963): Emeritus Professor   Professor of Curriculum & Supervision,
Professor of Political Science, 2002; B.A., City   of Health, Human Performance and                2002; B.A., Central Washington University;
College of New York; A.M., Ph.D., Columbia         Recreation, 1999; B.S., Montana State           M.A., Arizon State University; Ed.D.,
University.                                        College; M.S., University of Nevada; Ph.D.,     University of Oklahoma.
                                                   University of Arizona.
Doris Elizabeth Jakubek (1959): Emeritus                                                           Robert Ferdinand Lapen (1973): Emeritus
Professor of Education, 1988; B.Ed., State         Donald Richard King (1968): Emeritus            Professor of Biology, 1998; B.S., Wagner
University of New York, Teachers College;          Professor of English, 1993; B.A., M.A.,         College; M.S., University of Idaho; Ph.D.,
M.A., State University of Iowa.                    University of Colorado; Ph.D., University of    Washington State University.
                                                   New Mexico.
Otto Franklin Jakubek (1959): Emeritus                                                             Larry Lee Lawrence (1963): Emeritus
Professor of Geography, 1988; B.A., M.A.,          James Edward Klahn (1969): Emeritus             Professor of English, 1988; B.A., Montana
Long Beach State College.                          Professor of Psychology, 1985; B.A.,            State University; M.A., Ph.D., Stanford
                                                   University of Iowa; B.Ed., M.S., Ed.D.,         University.
Deloris Mae Johns (1964): Emeritus                 Washington State University.
Associate Professor of Health, Human                                                               Dale LeFevre (1975): Emeritus Professor of
Performance and Recreation, 1999; B.S., M.S.,      Edward Paul Klucking (1960): Emeritus           Teacher Education Programs, 1996; B.S.,
Montana State University.                          Professor of Biological Sciences, 1994; B.A.,   Southern Utah State College; M.Ed., Ed.D.,
                                                   Macalester College; M.A., Ph.D., University     Utah State University.
Carl Boyd Johnson (1982): Emeritus                 of California at Berkeley.
Professor of Business Administration, 1994;                                                        Richard Elwood Leinaweaver (1965):
B.S., M.E., University of North Dakota;            Linda Marie Klug (1970): Emeritus Professor     Emeritus Professor of Drama, 1992; B.A.,
M.B.A., Santa Clara University.                    of Anthropology, 2001; B.A., University of      M.A., University of Colorado; Ph.D.,
                                                   California at Santa Barbara; M.A., San          Michigan State University.
Wilbur Vance Johnson (1965): Emeritus              Francisco State College; Ph.D., University of   Paul Edwin LeRoy (1961): Emeritus
Professor of Physics, 1990; B.S., University of    Pittsburgh.                                     Professor of History, 1996; B.A., University
Washington; Ph.D., Oregon State University.                                                        of Connecticut; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State
                                                   Barbara Elsie Kohler (1947): Emeritus           University.
Jane Troth Jones (1972): Emeritus Professor        Professor of Education, Hebeler Elementary
of Music, 1985; B.A. (Ed.), M.Ed., Central         School, 1971; B.A. (Ed.), Central Washington    Margaret Nancy Lester (1970): Emeritus
Washington University.                             University; M.A., Teachers College,             Professor of Spanish, 1993; B.A., Middlebury
                                                   Columbia University.                            College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Colorado.
Robert Edgar Jones (1968): Emeritus
Professor of Librarianship, 1992; B.A.,            Louis Adolph Kollmeyer (1958): Emeritus         Frederick Monie Lister (1968): Emeritus
Western State College, Colorado; M.A.L.S.,         Professor of Art, 1982; B.S. Southwest          Professor of Mathematics, 1988; B.S., Tufts
University of Denver; M.Ed., Central               Missouri State College; M.A., State             College; M.A., University of Michigan;
Washington University.                             University of Iowa; Ed.D., University of        Ph.D., University of Utah.
                                                   Oregon.
Joseph Stanley Junell (1965): Emeritus                                                             Margaret Estelle Lloyd (1985): Emeritus
Professor of Education, 1980; B.A., M.Ed.,         Eugene John Kosy (1949): Emeritus               Professor of Psychology, 1996; B.S., Black
Ph.D., University of Washington.                   Professor of Business Education and             Hills State College; M.S., Ph.D., Washington
                                                   Administrative Management, 1984; B.E.,          State University.
Martin Richard Kaatz (1952): Emeritus              Wisconsin State University at Whitewater;
Professor of Geography, 1982; A.B., A.M.,          M.A., University of Minnesota; Ph.D.,           Janet Marie Lowe (1949): Emeritus Professor
Ph.D., University of Michigan.                     University of Wisconsin.                        of Biology, 1987; B.S., University of
                                                                                                   Washington; S.M., University of Chicago.
Maria-Maya Kadlec (1968): Emeritus                 Zoltan Kramar (1963): Emeritus Professor of
Professor of Clothing and Textiles, 1976;          History, 1996; B.A., M.A., Creighton            Lawrence Leland Lowther (1965): Emeritus
B.A., California State College; M.A., Los          University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska.      Professor of History, 1992; B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,
Angeles State College.                                                                             University of Washington.
                                                   Cynthia Susan Krieble (1973): Emeritus
David Elliott Kaufman (1971): Emeritus             Professor of Art, 2001; B.A., Middlebury        George Macinko (1967): Emeritus Professor
Professor of Sociology, 2003; A.B., A.M.,          College; B.F.A., San Francisco Art Institute;   of Environmental Studies and Geography,
Northwestern University; Ph. D., University        M.F.A., Standford University.                   1996; B.A., University of Idaho; M.A., Ph.D.,
of California at Los Angeles.                                                                      University of Michigan.
                                                   Patricia Joan Lacey (1970): Emeritus
Chester Ziegler Keller (1960): Emeritus            Professor of Health, Human Performance          Hall Mcintyre Macklin (1970): Emeritus
Professor of Philosophy, 1995; A.B.,               and Recreation, 1986; B.A. (Ed.), M.Ed.,        Professor of Music, 1975; B. Mus., University
Bridgewater College; M.A., Ph.D., University       Central Washington University.                  of Illinois; M.M., University of Idaho.
of Southern California.
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      Susan Mary Madley (1990): Emeritus              John Oliver Moore. (1980): Emeritus            Patrick Reed O’Shaughnessy (1964):
      Professor of Teacher Education Programs,        Professor of Accounting, 2002; B.B.A., Texas   Emeritus Professor of Accounting, 1999;
      2001; B.S., M.A., Nonington College, London     State University; M.B.A., Sam Houston State    B.A., M.B.A., Washington State University;
      University; Ph.D., The University of            University; Ph.D., University of Houseton;     C.P.A.
      Michigan.                                       C.P.A., C.M.A.
                                                                                                     Dale Earl Otto (1971): Emeritus Professor of
      Glenn Alvin Madsen (1971): Emeritus             Leslie Clyde Mueller (1979): Emeritus          Early Childhood Education and
      Professor of Education, 1995; B.S., Northern    Professor of Business Administration, 2001;    TESL/Bilingual Studies, 1998; B.S., Idaho
      Montana College; M.A., San Francisco State      B.S., University of Kansas; M.B.A.,            State University; M.A., Ph.D., University of
      College; Ed.D., University of Oregon.           University of California at Los Angeles;       California at Los Angeles.
                                                      D.B.A., University of Southern California.
      Bernard Loyal Martin (1959): Emeritus                                                          Lois Darling Owen (1971): Emeritus
      Professor of Mathematics and Computer           Robert Lloyd Myers (1971): Emeritus            Professor of Family Studies, 1987; A.B.,
      Science, 1993; B.A., M.Ed., Central             Professor of Education, 1991; B.A. (Ed.),      Olivet College, M.S., Ph.D., Oregon State
      Washington University; M.S., Ph.D., Oregon      Western Washington University; M.Ed.,          University.
      State University.                               Central Washington University; D.Ed.,
                                                      University of Oregon.                          William Burrage Owen (1969): Emeritus
      Carlos Enrique Martin (1969): Emeritus                                                         Professor of Mathematics, 2001; B.S., M.S.,
      Professor of Spanish, 2000; A.B., Pontifical    Theodor Friedrich Naumann (1959):              Ph.D., Colorado State University.
      University, Spain; M.A., Loyola University,     Emeritus Professor of Psychology, 1988;
      Ph.D., Northwestern University.                 M.E., State College of Engineering, Essen,     Robert E. Pacha (1969): Emeritus Professor
                                                      Germany; B.A., Pacific Bible College,          of Biology, 1997; B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University
      Victor Ferenc Marx (1965): Emeritus             Portland, Oregon; M.A., Oregon State           of Washington
      Professor of Librarianship, 2001; College of    University; Ph.D., University of Oregon.
      Horticulture and Viticulture, Budapest;                                                        Robert Major Panerio (1963): Emeritus
      B.S.A., M.S.A., University of British           Lloyd Gilbert Neal (1984): Emeritus            Professor of Music, 1991; B.A., M.Ed.,
      Columbia; M. Librarianship., University of      Professor of Communication, 1997; B.S.J.       Central Washington University.
      Washington.                                     Northwestern University; M.A., University
                                                      of Arizona.                                    C. John Papadopoulos (1966): Emeritus
      Mary Ellen Matson (1971): Emeritus                                                             Professor of Art; B.F.A., Michigan State
      Teaching Associate, 1982; B.A., University of   Frank Brown Nelson (1966): Emeritus            University; M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of
      Washington; M.S., Washington State              Professor of Psychology, 1988; B.A., Brigham   Art.
      University.                                     Young University; M.S., Ph.D., University of
                                                      Utah.                                          Tom Jones Parry (1966): Emeritus Professor
      Charles Logan McGehee (1969): Emeritus                                                         of Health, Human Performance and
      Professor of Sociology, 1999; B.A., Baylor      Sidney Lee Nesselroad. (1978): Emeritus        Recreation, 1986; B.S., M.A., Washington
      University; M.A., University of Oregon;         Professor of Music, 2002; B.Mus., West         State University.
      Ph.D., University of Nevada.                    Virginia University; M.Mus., D.M.A.,
                                                      University of Illinois.                        Charles Duane Patton (1973): Emeritus
      Wells A. McInelly (1966): Emeritus                                                             Professor of Industrial and Engineering
      Professor of Counseling, 1993; B.A., Utah       Leo Dean Nicholson (1964): Emeritus            Technology, 1987; B.S., Colorado State
      State University; M.A., Ph.D., University of    Professor of Health, Human Performance         University; M.Ed., Montana State University;
      Wyoming.                                        and Recreation, 1990; B.A., M.Ed., Central     Ed.D., University of Illinois at
                                                      Washington University.                         Champaign-Urbana.
      Jack Leslie McPherson (1987): Emeritus
      Professor of Teacher Education Programs,        Melvin Leon Norris (1965): Emeritus            Albert Harold Poffenroth (1965): Emeritus
      1999; B.A., M.Ed., University of Washington;    Professor of Education, 1990; B.S., M.Ed.,     Professor of Health, Human Performance
      M.S., Portland State University; Ph.D.,         Midwestern University; Ed.D., North Texas      and Recreation, 1980; B.A. (Ed.), Eastern
      Washington State University.                    State University.                              Washington University; M.S., Washington
                                                                                                     State University.
      Robert Stanford Miller (1966): Emeritus         James Grant Nylander (1957): Emeritus
      Professor of Counseling, 1984; B.S. (Ed.),      Professor of Health, Human Performance         Conrad Harold Potter (1967): Emeritus
      Kansas State Teachers College; M.Ed., Ed.D.,    and Recreation, 1994; B.S., Bradley            Professor of Education, 1992; B.Ed.,
      University of Kansas.                           University; M.A., Ed.D., University of         Plymouth State College; M.A., Montana
                                                      Northern Colorado.                             State University; Ed.D., Stanford University.
      Robert Curtis Mitchell (1966): Emeritus                                                        (South Seattle)
      Professor of Physics, 1993; B.S., New Mexico    Virgil Jerome Olson (1960): Emeritus
      State University; M.S., University of           Professor of Sociology, 1992; B.A., M.A.,      Mary Jean Potter (1981): Emeritus Professor
      Washington; Ph.D., New Mexico University.       Southern Methodist University; Ph.D.,          of Education, 1994; B.A., M.Ed., Central
                                                      Washington State University. (South Seattle)   Washington University; Ed.D., Washington
      John F. Moawad (1970): Emeritus Professor                                                      State University. (SeaTac)
      of Music, 1998; M.Ed., Central Washington       Dolores Jean Osborn (1965): Emeritus
      University.                                     Professor of Administrative Management         Willa Dene Powell (1975): Emeritus
                                                      and Business Education, 1998; B.S., Eastern    Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences,
                                                      Illinois University; M.A., Ed.D., University   1996; B.S., University of Arkansas, M.Ed.,
                                                      of Northern Colorado.                          Central Washington University; Ph.D.,
                                                                                                     Oklahoma State University.
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Betty Jean Putnam (1967): Emeritus                 James Michael Sahlstrand (1963): Emeritus         John Louis Silva (1962): Emeritus Professor
Professor of Health, Human Performance             Professor of Art, 1999; B.A., M.F.A.,             of Psychology; B.A., M.A., San Jose State
and Recreation, 1992; B.S. (Ed.), Illinois State   University of Minnesota.                          College; Ph.D., Washington State University.
Normal University; M.S., Smith College;
Ph.D., University of Southern California.          Margaret Ahrens Sahlstrand (1965):                Robert Eugene Silver (1966): Emeritus
                                                   Emeritus Professor of Art, 1996; B.A.,            Professor of Education, 1981; B.A., Walla
Daniel Bailey Ramsdell (1969): Emeritus            Linderwood College; M.F.A., State                 Walla College; M.A., Ed.D., University of
Professor of History, 1996; B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,     University of Iowa.                               Washington.
University of Wisconsin.
                                                   Dale Verlyn Samuelson (1973): Emeritus            Gary Lee Smith (1968): Emeritus Professor
John Quenton Ressler (1969): Emeritus              Professor of Flight Technology, 1995; B.A.        of Health, Human Performance and
Professor of Geography, 1997; B.A.,                Ed., Central Washington University.               Recreation, 2000; B.S., Northern Michigan
University of California at Riverside; M.A.,                                                         University; M.S., Indiana University.
University of Arizona; Ph.D., University of        Carolyn Campbell Schactler (1976):
Oregon.                                            Emeritus Professor of Clothing and Textiles,      Milo LeRoy Smith (1956): Emeritus
                                                   2000; B.A., M.A., Central Washington              Professor of Drama, 1990; B.A. (Ed.),
Linwood Earl Reynolds (1947): Emeritus             University.                                       Northern Idaho College of Education; M.A.,
Professor of Health, Human Performance                                                               Ph.D., University of Oregon.
and Recreation, 1974; B.A., University of          Donald Myron Schliesman (1957): Emeritus
Montana; M.A., Stanford University.                Professor of Curriculum and Supervision,          Stamford Dennis Smith (1968): Emeritus
                                                   1996; A.B., Northern State Teachers College,      Professor of Biology, 2001; B.A., San Jose
Roger Raymond Reynolds (1968): Emeritus            S.D.; A.M., Ed.D., University of Northern         State College; M.S., Ph.D., University of
Professor of Communication, 1999; B.S.,            Colorado.                                         Idaho.
Oregon State University; M.A., University of
Hawaii.                                            William D. Schmidt (1963): Emeritus               William Charles Smith (1968): Emeritus
                                                   Professor of Curriculum and Supervision,          Professor of Anthropology; A.B., Ph.D, 1998;
Joseph Ellis Rich (1966): Emeritus Professor       1999; B.S., University of Nebraska; M.A., San     University of California at Berkeley.
of Psychology, 1986; B.S., University of           Diego State College; Ph.D., Ohio State
Idaho; M.S., Ed.D., University of Oregon.          University.                                       Larry Michael Sparks (1967): Emeritus
                                                                                                     Professor of Psychology; 1999; B.S., Ph.D.,
Kent David Richards (1966): Emeritus               Christian Immo Schneider (1968): Emeritus         University of Washington.
Professor of History: 1997 B.A., Knox              Professor of Foreign Languages, 2002; B.A.,
College: M.S., Ph.D., University of                University of Tubingen (Germany); M.A.,           Willard Charles Sperry (1966): Emeritus
Wisconsin.                                         Central Washington University; M.A., Ph.D.,       Professor of Physics, 1997; B.S., Stanford
                                                   University of California, Santa Barbara.          University; M.S., Ph.D., University of
Louis Don Ringe (1968): Emeritus Professor                                                           California at Davis.
of Geology, 1993; B.S., M.S., University of        Joe Herbert Schomer (1971): Emeritus
Idaho; Ph.D., Washington State University.         Professor of Teacher Education Programs,          Constance Helen Weber Speth (1964):
                                                   1999; B.A., Washington State University;          Emeritus Professor of Art, 1995; B.A., M.Ed.,
Neil Alden Roberts (1970): Emeritus                M.Ed., Central Washington University;             Central Washington University; M.F.A.,
Professor of Curriculum and Supervision,           Ed.D., University of Idaho.                       University of Idaho.
1997; B.A., University of California at Santa
Barbara; M.A., California State College at         Howard B. Scott (1967): Emeritus Professor        George Stillman (1972): Emeritus Professor
Los Angeles; Ed.D., Colorado State College.        of Psychology, 1983; B.A., M.Ed., Western         of Art, 1987; B.F.A., M.F.A., Arizona State
                                                   Washington University, Ed.D., University of       University; Certificate, San Francisco Fine
Helen Elizabeth Rogers (1970): Emeritus            Washington.                                       Art Institute.
Professor of Education, 1986; B.A.,
University of Idaho; M.A., University of           Frank Q. Sessions (1967): Emeritus                Harry Sidney Sutherland (1968): Emeritus
Chicago; Ed.D., Indiana University.                Professor of Sociology, 1989; B.S., Idaho State   Professor of Education, 1983; B.S., M.Ed.,
                                                   College; M.S., University of Idaho; Ph.D.,        Lewis and Clark College; Ed.D., University
George Russell Ross (1949): Emeritus               University of Utah.                               of Portland.
Professor of Music, 1982; B.M., Morningside
College; M.M., Northwestern University;            Lana Jo Taylor Sharpe (1967): Emeritus            Azella Taylor (1964): Emeritus Professor of
D.M.Ed., Chicago Musical College.                  Professor of Health, Human Performance            Education, 1983; B.A., M.Ed., Ed.D,
                                                   and Recreation, 2002; B.S., University of         University of Washington.
Eric Steven Roth (1979): Emeritus Professor        Utah; M.A., Central Washington University.
of Music, 2001; B.S., M.M., D.M.A., College                                                          Bruce Earle Teets (1968): Emeritus Professor
Conservatory of Music of the University of         Dorothy Harrison Sheldon (1969): Emeritus         of English, 1981; A.B., Fairmont State
Cincinnati.                                        Professor of Education, 1988; B.A., M.Ed.,        College; A.M., West Virginia University;
                                                   College of Idaho; Ed.D., University of Utah.      Ph.D., Duke University.
Samuel Philip Rust, Jr. (1969): Emeritus
Professor of Education, 1992; B.A., B.A. (Ed.),    John Stanley Shrader (1957): Emeritus             Thomas Harvey Thelen (1970): Emeritus
Western Washington University; M.Ed.,              Professor of Science Education, 1984; B.S.,       Professor of Biology, 1999; B.S., St. Johns
Central Washington University; Ed.D.,              M.A., Ed.D., University of Washington.            University; Ph.D., University of Minnesota.
University of Oregon.
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      Louise Agnes Tobin (1959): Emeritus              Raymond Louis Wheeler (1964): Emeritus          Professor of Industrial and Engineering
      Professor of Home Economics, 1980; B.S.,         Professor of Music, 1995; B.M., University of   Technology, 2003; B.A., M.A., San Jose State
      University of Washington; M.S., Oregon           Wyoming; M.M., Eastman School of Music.         University; Ph.D., Washington State
      State University.                                                                                University.
                                                       Donald Howard White (1981): Emeritus
      Ned Toomey (1967): Emeritus Professor of         Professor of Music, 1990; B.S., Temple          Robert Yee (1960): Emeritus Professor of
      English, 1987; B.B.A., American University       University; M.M., Ph.D., University of          Political Science, 1982; B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,
      of Beirut; B.J., University of Missouri; M.A.,   Rochester, Eastman School of Music.             University of Washington.
      West Texas State University; Ph.D.,
      University of Iowa.                              Mildred White (1951): Emeritus Professor of     Madge Arlene Young (1968): Emeritus
                                                       Education, 1958; B.A. (Ed.), M.Ed., Central     Professor of Education, 1982; B.S., University
      George Galloway Town (1972): Emeritus            Washington University.                          of Nebraska; M.A., San Jose State College;
      Professor of Computer Science, 1996; B.S.,                                                       Ed.D., University of the Pacific.
      M.S., University of Wisconsin.                   Burton John Williams (1969): Emeritus
                                                       Professor of History, 1987; B.A., M.A.,         Timothy Wallace Young (1980): Emeritus
      Dan Alex Unruh (1965): Emeritus Professor        Southern Illinois University; Ph.D.,            Professor of Curriculum and Supervision,
      of Education, 1991; B.S., Oregon College of      University of Kansas.                           2002; A.B., University of Michigan; M.A.,
      Education; M.Ed., University of Oregon;                                                          Antioch; Ph.D., Indiana University.
      Ed.D., Columbia University.                      Calvin Gus Willberg (1969): Emeritus
                                                       Professor of Computer Science and               Karl Edwin Zink (1968): Emeritus Professor
      John Grantham Utzinger (1963): Emeritus          Geography, 1993; B.S., M.S., Ohio State         of English, 1982; A.B., M.A., University of
      Professor of Philosophy, 1993; B.A.,             University; Ph.D., University of Washington.    Florida; Ph.D., University of Washington.
      Occidental College; M.A., Ph.D., University
      of Washington.                                   Blaine Ricks Wilson (1975): Emeritus
                                                       Professor of Administrative Management
      John Louis Vifian (1961): Emeritus               and Business Education, 1999; B.S., Brigham
      Professor of English, 1998; B.A., Whitworth      Young University; M.S., Utah State
      College; M.A., Washington State University;      University; Ed.D., University of Minnesota.
      Ph.D., University of Colorado.
                                                       Norman Henry Wolford (1983): Emeritus
      Richard Leo Waddle (1967): Emeritus              Professor of Industrial and Engineering
      Professor of Librarianship, 1993; B.A.,          Technology, 1996; B.A., M.S., North Carolina
      Marietta College; M.A., M.Librarianship.,        State.
      University of Washington; Ph.D.,
      Washington State University.                     Curt A. Wiberg (1956): Emeritus Professor of
                                                       Biology, 1997; B.S. University of Wisconsin,
      Orville Wilson Wensley (1961): Emeritus          M.S., University of Oregon.
      Professor of Speech Pathology, 1982; B.S.,
      M.A., Western Michigan University.               Robert Henry Wieking (1981): Emeritus
           DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR AWARDS                                                                                                       261


  In 1977, Central Washington University       1983                                            1989
initiated a program to honor professors who    Terry L. DeVietti, Professor of Psychology,     Laura L. Appleton, Professor of Sociology,
excel in teaching, research/artistic           Ph.D., University of Utah, Distinguished        Ph.D., University of California at Santa
accomplishment and public service. The         Research                                        Barbara, Distinguished Teaching
honorees' names are placed on a continuing
plaque and they receive a monetary bonus       Leo D. Nicholson, Professor of Health,          James E. Brooks, Professor of Geography
during the award year. The honorees to date    Human Performance and Recreation, M.Ed.,        and Land Studies, Ph.D., University of
are:                                           Central Washington University,                  Washington, Distinguished Public Service
                                               Distinguished Teaching
1977                                                                                           Roger S. Fouts, Professor of Psychology,
Chester Z. Keller, Professor of Philosophy,    Dorothy M. Purser, Associate Professor of       Ph.D., University of Nevada-Reno,
Ph.D., University of Southern California,      Health, Human Performance and Recreation,       Distinguished Research
Distinguished Teaching                         M.Ed., University of Idaho, Distinguished
                                               Public Service                                  1990
1978                                                                                           Peter M. Burkholder, Professor of
Curt A. Wiberg, Professor of Biology, M.S.,    1984                                            Philosophy, Ph.D., Tulane University,
University of Oregon, Distinguished            Donald W. Cummings, Professor of English,       Distinguished Teaching
Teaching                                       Ph.D., University of Washington,
                                               Distinguished Teaching                          Edward P. Klucking, Professor of Biology,
1979                                                                                           Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley,
William F. Cutlip, Professor of Mathematics,   Leonard C. Duncan, Professor of Chemistry,      Distinguished Research
Ph.D., Michigan State University,              Ph.D., University of Washington,
Distinguished Teaching                         Distinguished Research                          1991
                                                                                               Makiko Doi, Associate Professor of Library
Martin R. Kaatz, Professor of Geography,       John F. Moawad, Associate Professor of          Science, University of Washington,
Ph.D., University of Michigan, Distinguished   Music, M.Ed., Central Washington                Distinguished Public Service
Public Service                                 University, Distinguished Public Service
                                                                                               Thomas J. Kerr, Professor of Political
George Macinko, Professor of Geography,        1985                                            Science, Ph.D., Syracuse University,
Ph.D., University of Michigan, Distinguished   Ronald J. Boles, Professor of Science           Distinguished Teaching
Research                                       Education and Biology, Ph.D., University of
                                               Wisconsin, Distinguished Teaching               Christian I. Schneider, Professor of German,
1980                                                                                           Ph.D., University of California at Santa
Dee R. Eberhart, Professor of Geography,       Allen C. Vautier, Associate Professor of        Barbara, Distinguished Research
M.A., Northwestern University,                 Accounting, J.D., University of Washington,
Distinguished Public Service                   Distinguished Public Service                    1992
                                                                                               Elbert E. Bilyeu, Professor of Spanish; Ph.D.,
Kenneth A. Hammond, Professor of               Robert E. Pacha, Professor of Biology, Ph.D.,   University of Colorado, Distinguished
Geography, Ph.D., University of Michigan,      University of Washington, Distinguished         Teaching
Distinguished Teaching                         Research.
                                                                                               Donald J. Cocheba, Professor of Economics,
Stamford D. Smith, Professor of Biology,       1986                                            Ph.D., Washington State University,
Ph.D., University of Idaho, Distinguished      Kenneth A. Briggs, Professor of Health          Distinguished Research
Research                                       Education, Ed.D., University of Northern
                                               Colorado, Distinguished Public Service          1993
1981                                                                                           Robert J. Carbaugh, Professor of Economics,
Robert D. Bentley, Professor of Geology,       William B. Owen, Professor of Mathematics,      Ph.D., Colorado State University,
Ph.D., Columbia University, Distinguished      Ph.D., Colorado State University,               Distinguished Teaching
Research                                       Distinguished Teaching
                                                                                               Glenn A. Madsen, Professor of Education,
Marco G. Bicchieri, Professor of               1987                                            Ed.D., University of Oregon, Distinguished
Anthropology, Ph.D., University of             Anthony Canedo, Professor of English,           Public Service
Minnesota, Distinguished Teaching              Ph.D., University of Washington,
                                               Distinguished Teaching                          1994
1982                                                                                           William V. Dunning, Professor of Art;
Barbara M. Brummett, Associate Professor       Wolfgang W. Franz, Professor of Economics,      M.F.A., University of Illinois, Distinguished
of Music, M.M., Wichita State University;      Ph.D., Washington State University,             Artistic Accomplishment
Distinguished Public Service                   Distinguished Public Service
                                                                                               Gary W. Heesacker, Professor of
Patrick R. O’Shaughnessy, Professor of         Cynthia S. Krieble, Professor of Art, M.F.A.,   Accounting; M.B.A., University of
Accounting, M.B.A., Washington State           Stanford University, Distinguished Artistic     Washington; C.P.A.; Distinguished Public
University, Distinguished Teaching             Accomplishment                                  Service

Robert M. Panerio, Professor of Music,         1988                                            David G. Lygre, Professor of Chemistry;
M.Ed., Central Washington University,          Richard S. Mack, Professor of Economics,        Ph.D., University of North Dakota;
Distinguished Research                         Ph.D., Colorado State University,               Distinguished Teaching
                                               Distinguished Research
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      1995                                            1999                                            2002
      Carlos E. Martín, Professor of Spanish;         Karen Jane Blair, Professor of History; B.A.,   David Michael Darda (1987): Associate
      Ph.D., Northwestern University;                 Mount Holyoke College; M.A., Ph.D., State       Professor of Biological Sciences; Ph.D.,
      Distinguished Teaching                          University of New York; Distinguished           University of California, Berkeley;
                                                      Research/Artistic Accomplishment and            Distinguished Teaching.
      Kent D. Richards, Professor of History;         Invention.
      Ph.D., University of Wisconsin;                                                                 Corwin King (1976): Professor of
      Distinguished Research                          David Lawrence Gee, Professor of Foods          Communication; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State
                                                      and Nutrition; B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University    University; Distinguished Public Service.
      1996                                            of California at Davis; Distinguished
      A. James Hawkins, Professor of Theatre          Teaching.                                       Mark Warren Halperin (1966): Emeritus
      Arts; M.A., Sacramento State College;                                                           Professor of English, 2002, M.F.A., State
      Distinguished Public Service                    Stephen Charles Jefferies, Professor of         University of Iowa; Distinguished
                                                      Health, Human Performance and Recreation;       Research/Artistic Accomplishment.
      John Q. Ressler, Professor of Geography;        B.Ed., University of Exeter, Devon, England;
      Ph.D., University of Oregon; Distinguished      M.S., Ph.D., University of Oregon;              2003
      Teaching                                        Distinguished Public Service.                   David Warner Carns (1986): Professor of
                                                                                                      Industrial and Engineering Technology;
      Carolyn C. Schactler, Professor of Clothing     2000                                            M.S., Oregon State University. Distinguished
      and Textiles; M.A., Central Washington          Patricia Anne Callaghan (1984): Professor of    Teaching.
      University; Distinguished Research/ Artistic    English; B.A., M.A., University of
      Accomplishment and Invention                    Washington; M.A., Ph.D., University of          James G. Pappas (1980): Professor of Teacher
                                                      Oregon.                                         Education Programs; Ed.D., Nova
      1997                                                                                            Southeastern University. Distinguished
      James L. Nimnicht, Professor of Business        Terry Lynn Martin (1986): Professor of          Public Service.
      Administration; Ph.D., University of            English; B.A., Western Washington
      Nebraska-Lincoln; Distinguished Teaching        University; M.A., Ph.D., University of          Alla Ditta Raza Choudry (1986): Associate
                                                      Oregon.                                         Professor of Mathematics; Ph.D., University
      Roger H. Yu, Professor of Physics; Ph.D.,                                                       of Bucharest, Romania. Distinguished
      Montana State University; Distinguished         2001                                            Research/Artistic Accomplishment.
      Research                                        Ethan Alan Bergman (1986): Professor of
                                                      English; Ph.D., University of Colorado;
      1998                                            Distinguished Public Service.
      Morris L. Uebelacker, Associate Professor of
      Geography; Ph.D., University of Oregon;         Robert John Carbaugh (1985): Professor of
      Distinguished Teaching                          Economics; Ph.D., Colorado State University;
                                                      Distinguished Teaching.
      Hal J. Ott, Professor of Music; D.M.. Florida
      State University; Distinguished Research/       Larry Dee Gookin (1981): Professor of
      Artistic Accomplishment and Invention           Music; M.M., University of Oregon;
                                                      Distinguished Research.
      Norman J. Gierlasinski, Professor of
      Accounting; D.B.Admin., Nova University;
      Distinguished Public Service
                                                        FACULTY                                                                                   263


J. Anthony Abbott (2001): Assistant             Mark Babbitt (2000): Assistant Professor of      William J. Bender (1998): Assistant
Professor of Geography; B.S., M.S.,             Music; B.M., Eastman School of Music;            Professor of Industrial and Engineering
University of Georgia; Ph.D., University of     Master of Music; M.M, Cleveland Institute of     Technology; B.A., Washington State
Minnesota.                                      Music.                                           University; M.A.S., Oregon State University.

Laila Abdalla (1996): Associate Professor of    Sharel Babcock (1985): Professor of              Ethan Alan Bergman (1986): Professor of
English; B.A., M.A., Ph.D. McGill University.   Teaching Education Programs; B.A.,               Food Science and Nutrition; B.S., Eastern
                                                Washington State University; M.Ed., Central      Oregon State College; M.S., University of
Graeme Aggett (2003): Assistant Professor of    Washington University.                           Oregon; M.S., Western Oregon State College;
Center for Spatial Information; B.Sc; M.Sc,                                                      Ph.D., Washington State University.
University of Auckland; Ph.D., Universtiy of    Glen LaRoy Bach (1988): Associate Professor
California.                                     of Graphic Design; B.F.A., University of         Catherine Lynn Bertelson (1984): Professor
                                                Idaho; M.F.A., Vermont College of Norwich        of Information Technology and
Osman Alawiye (1989); Professor of              University.                                      Administration Management; B.S., M.A.,
Curriculum &Supervision; B.A., Dakota                                                            Ph.D., University of Minnesota.
Wesleyan University; M.A., University of        Philip Matthew Backlund (1979): Professor
South Dakota; Ph.D., New Mexico State           of Communications; B.A., M.A., Humboldt          Katherine D. Black (1999): Assistant
University.                                     State University; Ph.D., University of           Professor of Accounting; B.A., M.Ac., Utah
                                                Denver.                                          State University; J.D., UC Davis School of
Yvonne Diane Alder (1985): Lecturer of                                                           Law; LL.M., McGeorge School of Law.
Information Technology and Administration       Bruce David Bagamery (1988): Professor of
Management; B.A., Washington State              Business Administration; B.A., M.A.,             Karen Jane Blair (1987): Professor of
University.                                     University of Toledo; Ph.D., Northwestern        History; B.A., Mount Holyoke College; M.A.,
                                                University at Evanston. (Lynnwood).              Ph.D., State University of New York.
John Alexander Alsoszatai-Petheo (1983):
Professor of Anthropology; B.A., California     Kathleen Barlow (2003): Associate Professor      Stuart F. Boersma (2000): Associate
State University; M.A., Eastern New Mexico      of Anthropology; B.A., Pomona College;           Professor of Mathematics; B.S., University of
University, Ph.D., University of Alberta.       Ph.D., University of California San Diego.       Puget Sound; Ph.D., Oregon State University

John Arnold Alwin (1993): Professor of          Christina Barrigan (2003): Assistant             Wendy A. Bohrson (1998): Associate
Geography; B.S., Wayne State University;        Professor of Theatre Arts; B.A., Grinnell        Professor of Geology; B.S., Stanford
M.S., Washington State University; M.A.,        College; M.F.A., University of Texas at          University; Ph.D., University of California,
University of Montana; Ph.D., University of     Austin.                                          Los Angeles.
Manitoba.
                                                Kimberlee B. Bartel (1995): Associate            Carolyn Elaine Booth (1997): Assistant
Joan M. Amby (1996): Associate Professor of     Information Technology and Administration        Professor of Health, Human Performance,
Family and Consumer Sciences; B.A., M.A.,       Management; B.A.Ed., Western Washington          and Recreation, B.S., Whitworth College;
San Francisco State University; Ph.D.,          University; M.Ed., Central Washington            M.A., University of Washignton.
Oregon State University.                        University, Ph.D. Utah State University.
                                                                                                 Neil A. Bowen (2002): Assistant Professor of
Razvan Andonie (2003): Associate Professor      Ozden Bayazit (2003): Assistant Professor of     Psychology; B.A., University of the Islands,
of Computer Science; B.S., M.S., University     Business Administration; B.S.; Ph.D., Ankara     Milan, Italy; B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of
of Cluj-Napoca; Ph.D., Universtoy of            University.                                      Texas, Austin.
Bucharest.
                                                James Philip Beaghan (1983): Professor of        Janet S. Bowers (1994): Professor of Family
Razvan Andonie (2003): Associate Professor      Business Administration; B.S., Southern          and Consumer Sciences; B.A., M.S., Central
of Computer Science; M.S., Ph.D., University    Illinois University; M.B.A., DePaul              Washington University; Ph.D., Kansas State
of Bucharest, Romania.                          University-Chicago; D.B.A., U.S.                 University.
                                                International University. (SeaTac)
Tracy J. Andrews (1995): Associate Professor                                                     Rebecca Bowers (2000): Professor of
of Anthropology; B.A., Portland State           Linda Sue Beath (1992): Professor of             Curriculum and Supervision; B.A., Madison
University; M.P.H., Columbia University;        Curriculum & Supervision; B.A., M.A.,            College; M.S., Old Dominion University;
Ph.D., University of Arizona.                   Western Washington University; Ph.D.,            Ed.D., University of North Carolina at
                                                University of Oregon.                            Greensboro.
Laura Lee Appleton (1970): Professor of
Sociology; B.A., University of California at    Daniel D. Beck (1996): Associate Professor       Peter Joseph Boyle (1994): Associate
Riverside; M.A., Ph.D., University of           of Biological Sciences; B.S., M.S., Utah State   Professor of Business Administration; B.A.,
California at Santa Barbara.                    University; Ph.D., University of Arizona.        St. Thomas University, Canada; M.B.A.,
                                                                                                 Memorial University, Canada; M.S., Ph.D.,
Liahna Armstrong (1996): Professor of           Gloria T. Beckley (2000): Visiting Assistant     Cornell University.
English; B.A., Whitman College; M.A., Ph.D.,    Professor of Sociology; B.A., University of
University of California Los Angeles.           Alaska; M.A., University of Chicago; Ph.D.,      James N. Bradley (1991): Assistant Professor
                                                University of Washington.                        of Business Administration; B.A., LaVerne
MaryAnne Atkinson (1997): Associate                                                              College; M.B.A., University of California,
Professor of Accounting; B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D.,   George Bellah (1999): Associate Professor in     Riverside.
Drexel University, Philadelphia.                Theatre Arts; B.F.A., Northern Kentucky
(Lynnwood).                                     University; M.F.A., University of North
                                                Carolina.
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      Joseph Bradley (2001): Assistant Professor of    Chemistry; B.A., B.S., University of             Eastern Washington University; Ph.D.,
      Accounting; B.A., Claremont McKenna              Washington; Ph.D., University of Hawaii.         University of Texas.
      College; E,M.B.A., Claremont Graduate
      University; CPA.                                 Peter Manning Burkholder (1965): Professor       Leland D. Chapman (2001): Assistant
                                                       of Philosophy; B.A., Harvard University;         Professor, Educational Administration Unit,
      Rodney L. Bransdorfer (1995): Associate          Ph.D., Tulane University.                        B.A., M.A., Central Washington University;
      Professor of Spanish; B.A., Michigan State                                                        Ed.D., Portland State/University of Oregon.
      University; M.A., University of Texas at         Tim Burnham (2000): Assistant Professor of
      Austin; Ph.D., University of Illinois.           Health, Human Performance, and                   Yvonne K. Chapman (2001): Lecturer, Law
                                                       Recreation; B.S., M.S., Central Washington       and Justice; B.A., J.D., M.A., University of
      Lori Braunstein (1997): Associate Professor      University; Ph.D., Oregon State University.      Memphis.
      of Information Technology and
      Administration Management; B.B.A.,               Carol Long Butterfield (1994): Associate         Dorothy Chase (2000): Assistant Professor of
      Washburn University, Kansas; M.B.A. Delta        Professor of Teacher Education Programs;         Health, Human Performance, and
      State University, Kansas; Ph.D., Utah State      B.A., Washington State University; B.A.,         Recreation; B.A., University of Winnipeg;
      University.                                      M.Ed., Eastern Washington University;            M.Ed., Lakehead University, Thunder Bay,
                                                       Ph.D., University of Arizona.                    Ontario, Canada; Ph.D., Clemson University.
      Michael Raymond Braunstein (1993):
      Associate Professor of Physics; B.S., Virginia   Scott Calahan (2000): Assistant Professor        Irene Cheyne (2000): Lecturer, Information
      Military Institute; M.S., Ph.D., University of   Industrial & Engineering Technology; B.S.,       Technology and Administrative
      Colorado.                                        Central Washington University; M.Ed.,            Management; B.A., Eastern Michigan
                                                       Heritage College.                                University, Long Beach. M.B.A. University
      Lois Jean Breedlove (1995): Associate                                                             of Puget Sound.
      Professor of Communication; B.S., Oregon         David Kenneth Calhoun (1973): Professor of
      State University; M.A., The American             Industrial and Engineering Technology; B.S.,     Michael Shane Chinn (1995): Professor of
      University.                                      M.Ed., Oregon State University; Ed.D.,           Art; B.A., San Jose State University; M.F.A.,
                                                       Arizona State University.                        California State University, Long Beach.
      Kenneth Alan Briggs (1977): Professor of
      Health, Human Performance, and                   Patricia Anne Callaghan (1984): Professor of     Raza Alla Ditta Choudary (1986): Professor
      Recreation; B.A., University of Northern         English; B.A., M.A., University of               of Mathematics; B.S., Government College
      Colorado; M.A.T., University of                  Washington; M.A., D.A., University of            Civilline, Pakistan; M.Sc., Punjab University,
      Massachusetts; Ed.D., University of              Oregon.                                          Pakistan; Ph.D., University of Bucharest,
      Northern Colorado.                                                                                Romania.
                                                       Daniel J. CannCasciato (1995): Professor of
      Matthew Britschgi (1997): Lecturer,              Librarianship; B.A., University of Oregon;       Yvonne C. Chueh (2001): Assistant Professor
      University English as a Second Language;         M.L.I.S., University of California, Berkeley.    of Mathematics, B.S., National Taiwan
      B.A., M.A., University of Idaho.                                                                  University (Taipei); M.S., Ph.D., University
                                                       Gregory A. Cant (2001): Assistant Professor      of Connecticut, Storrs.
      Marwin Britto (2003): Assistant Professor of     of Business Administration; B.A., Ph.D.,
      Curriculum & Supervision; Universoty of          University of Western Australia; M.I.R.,         Deloris Elaine Cleary (1994): Associate
      Alberta; M.Ed., Northwestern State               Queen’s University.                              Professor of Sociology; B.A., B.S., Central
      University of Louisiana.                                                                          Washington University; Ph.D., Washington
                                                       Minerva Lopez Caples (1986); Professor of        State University.
      Joseph H. Brooks (1994): Professor of Music;     Teacher Education Programs; B.A., M.A.,
      B.M., Walla Walla College; M.M., University      University of Texas, Ed.D., Texas A&M            Megan L. Cleaver-Sellick (2002): Assistant
      ofOregon.                                        University.                                      Professor of Business Administration; B.B.,
                                                                                                        Ph.D., Griffith University.
      James Russell Brown, Jr. (1980): Professor of    Robert John Carbaugh (1985): Professor of
      Political Science; B.A., University of North     Economics; B.B.Ad., Gonzaga University;          Cynthia Coe (2003): Assistant professor of
      Carolina; M.A., University of Nebraska;          M.S., Ph.D., Colorado State University.          Philosophy; B.A. Middlebury College; Ph.D.
      Ph.D., University of Kansas.                                                                      University of Oregon.
                                                       David Warner Carns (1986): Professor of
      Christopher M. Bruya (2002): Associate           Industrial and Engineering Technology; B.S.,     Graeme Coetzer (2003): Assistant Professor
      Professor of Music; B.A.; M.M., Central          M.S., Oregon State University                    of Business Administration; B. Commerce,
      Washington University.                                                                            University of South Africa; M.B.A.; Ph.D.,
                                                       Stephen J. Chalmers (2000): Assistant            Simon Frazier University.
      Patrick Bryan (1998): Assistant Professor of     Professor of Art; B.S., University of
      Biological Sciences; B.S., University of         Louisville, B.A., Allen R. Hite Art Institute,   Beatrice Anne Coleman (1997): Associate
      Pennsylvania, Bloomburg; Ph.D., University       M.F.A., Southern Illinois University.            Professor of Communication; B.S., Eastern
      of Alabama, Birmingham.                                                                           Michigan University; M.F.A., Western
                                                       William Chandler (1997): Associate               Michigan University.
      Nancy S. Buergel (1997): Associate Professor     Professor of Information Technology and
      of Family and Consumer Sciences; B.A., Fort      Administration Management, B.A., M.S.            James Cook (1998): Assistant Professor of
      Wright College; M.S., State University of        Central Washington University.                   History; B.A., University of California, Santa
      Iowa.                                                                                             Cruz; M.A., Ph.D., University of California,
                                                       Ming D. Chang (2002): Associate Professor        San Diego.
      Eric L. Bullock (2002): Assistant Professor of   of Business Administration; B.A., M.S.,
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Tom R. Cottrell (2000): Assistant Professor
of Biological Sciences; B.A., University of      Anthony L. Diaz (2000): Assistant Professor      Timothy F. Englund (1998): Assistant
Colorado, Ph.D., Colorado State University.      of Chemistry; B.S., University of                Professor of Mathematics; B.S., Grand Valley
                                                 Washington; M.S., Western Washington             State University, Michigan; M.A., Ph.D.,
John K. Creech (1997): Professor of              University; Ph.D., Oregon State University.      Michigan State University.
Librarianship; B.A., M.L.S., University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill.                     Jesse P. Diaz (1998): Assistant Professor of     Kirsten Erickson (1999): Assistant Professor
                                                 Psychology; B.A., Columbia Christian             of Librarianship; B.A., Central Washington
Toni A. Culjak (1996): Professor of English;     College; M.S., Lewis and Clark College,          University; M.L.S., University of North
B.A., M.L., University of Washington; A.M.,      Oregon; Ph.D., Ball State University.            Texas.
University of Michigan; Ph.D., University of
Wisconsin.                                       Jeffrey W. Dippmann (2000): Assistant            Kristina A. Ernest (1994): Associate
                                                 Professor of Philosophy and Religious            Professor of Biological Sciences; B.S., Cornell
Bobby Jean Cummings (1990): Professor of         Studies; B.A., University of Wisconsin–Eau       University; M.S., University of Oklahoma;
English; B.A., San Francisco State University;   Claire; M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern                Ph.D., University of New Mexico.
M.A., Wayne State University; Ph.D.,             University.
University of Michigan.                                                                           Michael A. Ervin (2002): Assistant Professor
                                                 Timothy Dittmer (1999): Assistant Professor      of History; B.A., American University; M.A.,
Christina M. Curran (1997): Assistant            of Economics, B.A., Wheaton College; Ph.D.,      Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.
Professor of Teacher Education Programs;         University of Washington.
B.A. Ball State University; M.Ed. University
of New Mexico; Ed.D., University of New          Susan Lynn Srubek Donahoe (1992):                James Langdon Eubanks (1983): Professor of
Mexico.                                          Professor of Teacher Education Programs;         Psychology; A.B., Humboldt State
                                                 B.F.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of New           University; Ph.D., Arizona State University.
Wendel D. Curtis (2002): Assistant Professor     Mexico.
of Mathematics; B.S., University of Florida;                                                      Levente Fabry-Asztalos (2003): Assistant
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts.              Barry John Donahue (1984): Professor of          Professor of Chemistry; B.A.; B.S.; M.S.;
                                                 Computer Science; B.M.Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D.,         Ph.D., Washington State University.
Loran E. Cutsinger (1996): Associate             Montana State University.
Professor of Anthropology; B.A., University                                                       Wayne Alan Fairburn (1972): Professor of
of Michigan; M.A., Washington State              Andrew M. Downs (2003): Assistant                Business Administration; B.A., M.S., Eastern
University; Ph.D., Washington State              Professor of Psychology; B.A., University of     Washington University; Ph.D., Michigan
University.                                      Notre Dame; M.S.; Ph.D., Washington State        State University.
                                                 University.
Leonardo Joseph D’Acquisto (1994):                                                                Marte Fallshore (1997): Associate Professor
Professor of Health, Human Performance,          George Drake (1998): Associate Professor of      of Psychology; B.S., Colorado State
and Recreation; B.A., California State           English; B.A., Portland State University;        University; M.S., University of Pittsburgh;
University, Chico; M.A., Ball State              M.A., University of Oregon; Ph.D.,               Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.
University; Ed.D., University of Northern        University of Washington.
Colorado.                                                                                         Jonathon E. Fassett (2001): Assistant
                                                 John Richard Dugan (1970): Professor of          Professor of Mathematics; B.S., M.S.,
David Michael Darda (1987): Professor of         Sociology; B.S., University of Illinois; M.A.,   Western Washington University; Ph.D.,
Biological Sciences; B.S., University of         Ph.D., Washington State University.              Oregon State University.
Illinois; Ph.D., University of California,
Berkeley.                                        William Owen Dugmore (1968): Associate           Daniel C. Fennerty (1991): Professor of
                                                 Professor of Counseling and Psychology;          Teacher EducationPrograms; B.S., Rochester
Kent Davault (1991): Lecturer, Asia              B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Utah.           Institute of Technology; M.A., Ed.D., Seattle
University of America Program; B.A., M.A.,                                                        University.
Central Washington University.                   Roxanne Isabel Easley (1997): Associate
                                                 Professor of History; B.A., University of        Dennis Gerard Flynn (1981): Assistant
Lourdes Henebry-DeLeon (2001): Assistant         California; M.A., Ph.D., University of           Professor of Business Administration; B.A.,
Professor of Anthropology; B.A., Florida         Oregon.                                          M.B.A., Seattle University. (SeaTac)
Technological University; M.A., Eastern
New Mexico University.                           Elwin Grant Eastman (1996): Associate            William B. Folkestad (1996): Associate
                                                 Professor of Computer Science; B.S.,             Professor of Art; B.A., Central Washington
JoAnn P. DeLuca (1996): Professor of             University of Wyoming; Ph.D., University of      University; Ph.D., University of Washington.
Chemistry; B.S., Antioch College; Ph.D.,         Utah.
Harvard University.                                                                               Robert Carl Fordan (1991): Associate
                                                 Ronald D. Elkins (1997): Assistant Professor     Professor of Communication; B.A.,
James L. DePaepe (1996): Professor of            of Economics; B.A. Central Washington State      University of California, Riverside; M.A.,
Teacher Education Programs; B.S., M.S.,          College; M.S., Naval Post Graduate School,       San Francisco State University.
State University of New York-Brockport;          Monterey, California.
Ph.D., University of New Mexico.

Terry Leigh DeVietti (1968): Professor of        Lisa Louise Ely (1994): Professor of Geology;    Jay Douglas Forsyth (1969): Professor of
Psychology; B.A., M.S., Ph.D., University of     B.S., Principia College, M.S., Ph.D.,            Accounting; A.S., Kansas State College at
Utah.                                            University of Arizona.                           Fort Hays; M.S., Oklahoma State University;
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      C.P.A. (SeaTac)                                 Admin., Nova University. (SeaTac)               University.

      Roger Sheridan Fouts (1980): Professor of       Stephen P. Glasby (2000): Associate             David Ward Hedrick (1987): Associate
      Psychology; B.A., California State College,     Professor of Mathematics: B.S., Ph.D.,          Professor of Economics; B.A., University of
      Long Beach; Ph.D., University of                University of Sydney.                           California at Davis; M.S., Ph.D., University
      Nevada-Reno.                                                                                    of Oregon.
                                                      Brian Goeltzenleuchter (2002): Assistant
      Randi Freeman (1996): Lecturer, University      Professor of Art; B.F.A., M.F.A., University    Gary William Heesacker (1972): Professor of
      English as a Second Language; B.S., Earlham     of California, San Diego.                       Accounting; B.S., Oregon State University;
      College; M.A., Monterey Institute of                                                            M.B.A., University of Washington; C.P.A.
      International Studies.                          Mark Goodenberger (2002): Assistant
                                                      Professor of Music; B.M.Ed., Lewis & Clark      Daniel J. Herman (1999): Assistant
      Wanda Hiroko Fujimoto (1975): Assistant         college; M.M., University of Michigan, Ann      Professor, History; B.A., Pitzer College; B.A.,
      Professor of Business Administration; B.A.,     Arbor.                                          University of Canterbury; M.S., Columbia
      M.B.A., Washington State University.                                                            University Graduate School of Journalism;
                                                      Karen Larson Gookin (1986): Assistant           Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley.
      Anthony O. Gabriel (2000): Associate            Professor of English; B.A., University of
      Professor of Geography and Land Studies;        Montana; M.A., Central Washington               Robert J. Hickey III (2000): Associate
      B.A., Trinity Western University, British       University.                                     Professor of Geography and Land Studies;
      Columbia; M.S., Western Washington                                                              B.S., Edninboro University of Pennsylvania;
      University; Ph.D., University of Guelph,                                                        M.S., Washington State University; Ph.D.,
      Ontario.                                        Larry Dee Gookin (1981): Professor of           University of Idaho.
      Cory Gann (1993): Associate Professor in        Music; B.M., University of Montana; M.M.,
      Teacher Education Program; B.A., University     University of Oregon.                           Richard Murl Hilliard (1987): Assistant
      of Wisconsin; M.A., College of                                                                  Professor of Mathematics; B.A. (Ed), B.A.,
      Developmental Studies, California.              D. Gail Goss (1988): Professor of Teacher       M.S., Central Washington University.
                                                      Education Programs; B.A., M.A., Central
      Philip Brodie Garrison (1967): Professor of     Washington University; Ph.D., Seattle           Gerard P. Hogan (1997): Professor of
      English; B.A., M.A., University of Missouri.    University.                                     Librarianship, B.A., University of Pittsburgh;
                                                                                                      M.Lib., University of Washington.
      Carey A. Gazis (1997): Associate Professor of   Loretta Sue Gray (1992): Professor of
      Geological Sciences; B.S., Stanford             English; B.A., College of St. Catherine, MN;    Lad A. Holden (1994): Associate Professor of
      University, Ph.D. California Institute of       M.A.T., School for International Training;      Industrial and Engineering Technology; B.S.,
      Technology, 1994.                               M.A., Middlebury College, Vermont; Ph.D.,       Central Washington University; M.T.,
                                                      Boston University.                              Arizona State University.
      David Lawrence Gee (1980): Professor of
      Foods and Nutrition; B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,         Peter Gries (1974): Professor of Music; B.M.,   Robert Eugene Holtfreter (1993); Professor
      University of California at Davis.              Queens College; M.M., University of Puget       of Accounting; B.S., M.S., Northern Illinois
                                                      Sound; D.M.A., University of Oregon.            University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska.
      Edward Michael Gellenbeck (1994):
      Associate Professor of Computer Science;        Gerald Patrick Gunn (1973): Professor of        Webster Franklin Hood (1966): Professor of
      B.B.A., University of Texas; M.S., California   Business Administration; B.A., M.A., Simon      Philosophy; B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Pennsylvania
      State University, Chico; Ph.D., Oregon State    Fraser University; Ph.D., Colorado State        State University.
      University.                                     University.
                                                                                                      Amy Hoover (2003): Assistant Professor of
      Tina Georgeson (1998): Assistant Professor      Steven Hackenberger (1995): Associate           Industrial and Engineering Technology; B.S.,
      of Teacher Education; B.A., M.Ed., Central      Professor of Anthropology; B.A., University     Texas Christian University; M.S., Ph.D.,
      Washington University; Ed.D., University of     of Tulsa; M.A., Ph.D., Washington State         Oregon State University.
      Washington.                                     University.
                                                                                                      Scott Hosfeld (1997); Adjunct Lecturer of
      Diana Georgiolani (1993): Assistant             John Harbaugh (2002): Assistant Professor       Music; B.M., M.M., Manhattan School of
      Professor in Foreign Languages; Candidate       of Music; B.A., University of Northern Iowa;    Music.
      Degree, Ph.D., Tbilsi State Pedagogical.        M.M.E., North Texas State University
                                                                                                      Beiyin Hu (1990): Lecturer, University
      Koushik Ghosh (1993): Professor of              James Dale Harper (1988): Professor of          English as a Second Language; B.A., Anhui
      Economics; B.A., Jadavpur University,           Mathematics; B.A., Humboldt State               University; M.A., Central Washington
      Calcutta, India; M.A., Ph.D., Washington        University; M.A., Ph.D., University of          University.
      State University.                               Oregon.
                                                                                                      Brenda Jean Hubbard (1992): Professor of
      Ovidio C. Giberga (2001): Assistant             Kent James Hartshorn (1998): Lecturer, Asia     Theatre Arts; B.F.A., University of
      Professor of Art; A.A., Miami Dade              University America Program; B.A., M.A.,         Washington; M.F.A., University of Portland.
      Community College; B.S., Florida State          Brigham Young University.
      University; M.F.A., University of Florida.

      Norman Joseph Gierlasinski (1985):              Meiqui He (1991): Lecturer, University          James L. Huckabay (1997); Professor of
      Professor of Accounting; B.S., University of    English as a Second Language; B.A., Anhui       Geography; B.A., University of Colorado;
      Illinois; M.B.A., DePaul University; D.B.       University; M.A., Central Washington            M.A., University of Colorado; Ph.D.,
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University of Kansas.
                                                Sheldon Robert Johnson (1966): Professor of      Vernon Wayne Klemin (1979): Professor of
Craig Hughes (2000): Assistant Professor of     Biological Sciences; B.A., Occidental College;   Information Technology and Administration
Teacher Education Programs; B.A.,               M.A., University of California at Los            Management. B.B.A., Evangel College at
University of Utah; M.A., California State      Angeles; Ph.D., Oregon State University.         Springfield; M.Ed., University of Missouri;
University, Stanislaus; Ph.D., University of                                                     Ed.D., Utah State University.
Colorado.                                       Stephanie Johnson (1999): Lecturer, Asia
                                                University America Program; B.A., M.A.,          Kelton Wallace Knight (1983): Professor of
Nancy Brannen Hultquist (1988): Professor       Oklahoma State University.                       French; B.A., Weber State College; M.A.,
of Geography; A.B., Georgia State                                                                Ph.D., University of Utah.
University; M.A., University of Cincinnati;     Anne Joiner (1997): Lecturer, Academic
Ph.D., University of Idaho.                     Skills Program, Academic Affairs; B.A.,          Boris Kovalerchuk (1996): Professor of
                                                University of Washington; M.A., Eastern          Computer Science; M.S., Novosibirsk
Stanley Jacobs (1983): Professor of Business    Michigan University.                             University; Ph.D., Academy of Science.
Administration; B.S. in Electrical
Engineering; M.B.A., University of              Kim McGaraugh Jones (1998): Associate            Robert Kuhlken (1995): Associate Professor
Pittsburgh; D.B.A., Kent State University.      Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and      of Geography and Land Studies; B.A., Clinch
(SeaTac)                                        Field Experience; B.A., M.Ed., Central           Valley College of the University of Virginia;
                                                Washington University; Ph.D., Washington         M.S., Oregon State University; Ph.D.,
Paul William James (1990): Professor of         State University.                                Louisiana State University.
Biological Sciences; B.S., University of
Kansas; M.S., S.W. Missouri State University;   Janice L. Jorgensen (1998): Associate            Martha J. Kurtz (1995): Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Oklahoma State University.               Professor of Librarianship; B.A., University     of Chemistry; B.S., Northern Arizona
                                                of California, Santa Barbara; M.L.S., San Jose   University; M.S., University of Wisconsin-
Jennifer Lee Jaques (1967): Associate           State University.                                Madison; Ph.D., Arizona State University.
Professor of Librarianship; B.A., Central
Washington University; M. Librarianship.,       Nancy E. Jurenka (1989): Professor of            David M. Laman (2001): Assistant Professor
University of Washington.                       Teacher Education Programs; B.A., Wilson         of Physics; B.S., Florida International
                                                College; M.S., Western Connecticut State;        University; M.S., Syracuse University; Ph.D.,
Stephen Charles Jefferies (1986): Professor     Ed.D., Indiana University.                       University of Maryland, College Park.
of Health, Human Performance, and
Recreation; B.Ed., University of Exeter,        Walter Reginald Kaminski (1987): Professor       Connie R. Lambert (1996): Associate
Devon, England; M.S., Ph.D, University of       of Industrial and Engineering Technology;        Professor of Teacher Education Programs;
Oregon.                                         B.S.M.E., University of Detroit; M.S.M.E.,       B.S., University of S. Colorado; M.S.,
                                                University of Michigan; Ph.D., University of     University of Nevada; Ph.D., University of
Andrew Paul Jenkins (1992): Associate           Florida.                                         Washington.
Professor of Health, Human Performance,
and Recreation; B.S., M.S., Central             Nathalie Kasselis-Smith (1996): Associate        Derek Lane (2000): Assistant Professor of
Washington University; Ph.D., Pennsylvania      Professor of Foreign Languages; B.A.,            Theatre Arts; B.A., Seattle Pacific University;
State University.                               Shippensburg University; M.A., Marquette         M.A., San Diego State University; M.F.A.,
                                                University; Ph.D., Michigan State University.    San Diego State University.
Anne M. Johansen (2002): Assistant
Professor, Chemistry, M.S., Oregon              Marcia Kaufmann (1994): Adjunct Lecturer         Ruth D. Lapsley (1975): Assistant Professor
Graduate Institute; M.S., University of         of Music; B.M., Manhattan School of Music,       of Business Administration; B.A., M.B.A.,
Onslo; Ph.D., California Institute of           M.M., University of Arizona.                     Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage; Ph.D.,
Technology.                                                                                      Washington State University.
                                                Christopher A. Kent (2000): Assistant
Craig Johnson (1996): Assistant Professor of    Professor of Geography and Land Studies;         Michael Alan Launius (1988): Professor of
Industrial and Engineering Technology; B.S.,    B.A., University of Colorado–Boulder; M.A.,      Political Science; B.A., M.A., Northeastern
University of Minnesota; B.S., University of    University of California–Davis; Ph.D.,           Illinois University; Ph.D., University of
Wyoming; M.S., University of California;        University of Wisconsin-Madison.                 Hawaii at Manoa.
Ph.D., Washington State University.
                                                Corwin Prior King (1976): Professor of           C. Christopher Lee (1997): Assistant
Eldon Curtis Johnson (1977): Professor of       Communication; B.A., Washington State            Professor of Business Administration; B.P.S.
Business Administration; B.S., M.S.,            University; M.A., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State      (Political Science), Korea University; M.B.A.,
Colorado State University; D.B.A.,              University.                                      Ph.D., Saint Louis University.
University of Colorado. (Lynnwood)
                                                Melanie Kingham (2000): Lecturer, Teacher        Erin Michelle Lee (2003): Lecturer of
Eugene Richard Johnson (1984): Professor of     Education Programs; B.A. (Ed), M.A.(Ed),         Mathematics; B.A.; M.A., Central
Psychology; B.A., Rockford College; M.S.,       Central Washington University.                   Washington University.
Western Illinois University; Ed.D.,
University of South Dakota.


Kirk A. Johnson (1997): Professor of            Judith Anette Kleck (1985): Assistant            Jeffrey Lee (2000): Associate Professor of
Sociology; B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of     Professor of English; B.A., M.A., Central        Geological Sciences; B.A., Pomona College
Washington.                                     Washington University.                           (Claremont, CA); Ph.D., Standford
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      University.
                                                      Robert A. Lupton (1999): Associate Professor    Megan D. Matheson (2000): Assistant
      Natalie J. Lefkowitz (1994): Professor of       of Information Technology and                   Professor of Psychology; B.S., University of
      Spanish and French; B.A., State University of   Administration Management; B.S., B.A.,          Lethbridge, Canada; M.S., Ph.D., University
      New York at Binghamton; M.A., Ph.D.,            University of Northern Colorado; M.S.,          of Georgia.
      University of Washington.                       M.Ed., Ph.D., Colorado state University.
                                                                                                      Merrie Jane Matheson (1999): Lecturer,
      Keith Allen Lewis (1994): Associate             David Gerald Lygre (1970): Professor of         Curriculum and Supervision; B.A., Eastern
      Professor of Art; B.S., Dickinson College;      Chemistry; B.A., Concordia College; Ph.D.,      Washington University; M.Ed., Central
      M.F.A., Kent State University.                  University of North Dakota.                     Washington University.

      Scott M. Lewis (1988): Professor of             Richard Stanley Mack (1972): Professor of       Kirk Mathias (2000): Associate Professor of
      Mathematics; B.A., M.A., University of          Economics; B.A., Dartmouth; Ph.D.,              Health, Human Performance and Recreation,
      Northern Colorado; Ph.D., Oregon State          Colorado State University.                      Health and Leisure Services; B.S.E., John
      University.                                                                                     Brown University, MA; Ed.D., University of
                                                      Virginia B. Mack (1986): Assistant Professor    Northern Colorado.
      Chenyang Li (1999): Professor of                of English; B.A., University of North
      Philosophy; B.A., M.A., Beijing University;     Carolina, Greensboro; M.A., Central             Patrick T. McCutcheon (1998): Asssociate
      Ph.D., University of Connecticut.               Washington University; M.Ed., Colorado          Professor of Anthropology; B.A., Western
                                                      State University; Ph.D., University College,    Washington University; M.A., Ph.D.,
      Charles Xingzhong Li (1996): Professor of       Dublin.                                         University of Washington.
      English; B.A., Zhengzhou University; M.A.,
      Guangzhou Foreign Languages Inst.; M.A.,        Melody Madlem (1999): Associate Professor       Frederick W. McDonald (1999): Lecturer of
      University of Canterbury; Ph.D., University     of Health, Human Performance, and               Accounting; B.S., Central Washington
      of Missouri.                                    Recreation; B.A., M.S.Ed., Eastern Illinois     University; M.T., Portland State University.
                                                      University; Ph.D., Southern Illinois
      Karl Douglas Lillquist (1995): Associate        University-Carbondale.                          Robert McGowan (1999): Professor of
      Professor of Geography; B.A., Central                                                           Health, Human Performance, and
      Washington University; M.S., Portland State     David Joseph Majsterek (1992): Professor of     Recreation; B.S., M.S., Brigham Young
      University; Ph.D., University of Utah.          Teacher Education Programs; B.A., The           University; Ph.D., University of Utah.
                                                      Catholic University of America; M.A.,
      Cen-Tsong Lin (1986): Professor of              University of New Mexico; Ed.D., New            Jerilyn S. McIntyre (2000): Professor of
      Mathematics; B.S., National Chiao-Tung          Mexico State University.                        Communication; A.B., M.A., Stanford
      University; M.S., Ph.D., Texas Technology                                                       University; Ph.D., University of Washington
      University, Lubbock.                            Mathew Manweller (2003): Assistant
                                                      Professor of Political Science; B.A., Whitman   Patrick L. McLaughlin (1983): Professor of
      Mary Ellen Lochrie (1990); Associate            College; M.A., University of Montana; Ph.D.,    Librarianship; B.A., M.A., University of
      Professor of Information Technology and         University of Oregon.                           Montana; M.L.S., University of Oregon;
      Administration Management ; B.A., M.A.,                                                         Ph.D., Oklahoma State University.
      Central Washington University. Ed.D.            Linda Marra (1984): Professor of Music; B.A.,
      Seattle University.                             Queens College; M.M., University of             Timothy Ian Melbourne (1998): Assistant
                                                      Michigan; D.M.A., University of Colorado.       Professor of Geology; B.A., Reed College;
      Susan Diane Lonborg (1986): Professor of                                                        B.S., M.S., Ph.D., California Institute of
      Psychology; B.A., Whitworth College; M.A.,      Teresa Lynn Martin (1986): Professor of         Technology.
      Ph.D., Ohio State University.                   English; B.A., Western Washington
                                                      University; M.A., Ph.D., University of          Carrie Rehkopf Michel (1990): Professor of
      Ian Loverro (2003): Assistant Professor of      Oregon.                                         Music; B.M., M.M., University of Michigan.
      Curriculum & Supervision; B.A., Universoty
      of California, San Diego; M.Ed., Central        Dennis Larry Martinen (1970): Associate         John Fred Michel (1990): Professor of Music;
      Washington University.                          Professor of Curriculum &Supervision;           B.M., University of Michigan; M.M., New
                                                      B.Ed., M.Ed., Central Washington                England Conservatory.
      Patrick Lubinski (2000): Assistant Professor    University; Ed.D., Montana State University.
      of Anthropology; B.S., University of
      Cincinnati, M.S., University of Wisconsin-
      Madison, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-
      Madison.

      Steven P. Lundblad (1995): Assistant            Karen Diane Martinis (1979): Professor of       Mary Meghan Miller (1991): Professor of
      Profesor of Geological Sciences; B.A.,          Accounting; B.A., Central Washington            Geology; B.S., Yale University; Ph.D.,
      Harvard University; M.S., University of         University; M.B.A., University of Puget         Stanford University.
      Wisconsin, Madison; Ph.D., University of        Sound.
      Nother Carolina, Chapel Hill.                                                                   Cynthia F. Mitchell (2004): Assistant
                                                      Barbara Masberg (1999): Associate Professor     Professor of Communication; B.A., Western
      Michael A. Lundin (2001): Assistant             of Health, Human Performance, and               Kentucky University; M.B.A., Vanderbilt
      Professor of Mathematics; B.A., M.S.,           Recreation; B.A., St. Cloud State University;   University.
      University of Colorado; Ed.D., Montana          M.A., University of Wisconsin; Ph.D.,
      State University.                               Oregon State University.                        Aaron G. Montgomery (2000): Assistant
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Professor of Mathematics; B.A., Pomona          Carlos Oncina (2002): Assistant Professor of   Professor of Physics; B.A., Johns Hopkins
College; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.        Industrial and Engineering Technology; B.S.,   University; M.S., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State
                                                San Diego State University; M.S.,              University.
John C. Montoya (1999): Assistant Professor     Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
of Business Administration; B.A., University                                                   Nelson A. Pichardo (1999): Associate
of California, Los Angeles; M.A., University    Hal Jeffrey Ott (1984): Professor of Music;    Professor of Sociology; B.A., University of
of Southern California, Los Angeles.            B.M.E., Bradley University; M.M., University   Rochester; Ph.D., University of Michigan.
                                                of Illinois; D.M., Florida State University.
Rex T. Moody (2000): Assistant Professor of                                                    John Francis Pickett (1987): Professor of
Business Administration; B.A., Colorado         Mark D. Oursland (1995): Associate             Music; B.M., M.M., The Julliard School;
State; M.B.A., University of New Mexico,        Professor of Mathematics; B.A., Western        D.M., Indiana University.
Ph.D., University of Colorado.                  Montana College; M.S., Ed.D., Montana State
                                                University                                     Nancy Graber Pigeon (1994): Assistant
Stella M. Moreno (1988): Professor of                                                          Professor of Business Administration; B.A.,
Spanish; B.A., University of Los Andes;         Patrick Allen Owens (1984): Associate          University of Rhode Island; M.L.I.R.,
M.A., Ph.D., University of Washington.          Professor of Librarianship; B.A., M.A.,        Michigan University, J.D., McGeorge School
                                                University of Idaho; M.L.S., University of     of Law, Sacramento, California.
Rodrigo Murataya (1997): Assistant              Oregon.
Professor of Law and Justice; B.A., Central                                                    Paulus Pimomo (1994): Associate Professor
Washington University; M.P.A., University       Bruce Christopher Palmquist (1993):            of English; B.A., M.A., Dibrugarh University,
of Washington.                                  Associate Professor of Physics and Science     India; M.A., Ph.D., Southern Illinois
                                                Education; B.A., Augsburg College; M.A.,       University.
Joshua Seth Nelson (1992): Professor of         M.S., Ph.D., University of Minnesota.
Japanese; B.A., University of Washington;                                                      Holly Beth Pinkart (1998): Associate
M.Ed., University of California, Los Angeles;   Charilaos Papadopoulos (2002): Assistant       Professor of Biology; B.S., California State
Ph.D., University of California, Santa          Professor of Health, Human Performance,        University, Long Beach; Ph.D., University of
Barbara.                                        and Recreation; B.A. Aristoteles University    Tennessee.
                                                of Thessaloniki, Greece; M.S., Georgia State
Vincent Michael Nethery (1989): Professor       University.                                    Lee Plourde (2000): Assistant Professor of
of Health, Human Performance, and                                                              Curriculum and Supervision; B.Ed., M.Ed.,
Recreation; B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of    James G. Pappas(1980): Professor of Teacher    Ph.D., University of Hawaii.
Oregon.                                         Education Programs; B.A., M.A., Loyola
                                                University, Chicago; Ed.D., Nova               Mark Richard Polishook (1997): Associate
James Louis Nimnicht (1988): Professor of       Southeastern University.                       Professor of Music; B.M., New England
Business Administration; B.A., University of                                                   Conservatory; M.M., Manhattan School of
Washington; M.S., Eastern Washington            Lene Pedersen (2002): Assistant Professor of   Music; M.S., University of Pittsburgh;
University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska-      Anthropology; Ph.D., University of Southern    D.M.A., Hartt School of Music.
Lincoln.                                        California, Los Angeles.
                                                                                               Mary E. Poulson (2003): Associate Professor
Don Rayford Nixon (1986): Professor of          Thomas M. Peischl (2003): Professor of         of Biological Sciences; B.S., University of
Business Administration; B.Bus.Admin.,          Librarianship; B.A., Susquehanna               Wyoming; M.S.; Ph.D., University of Illinois
M.B.A., Ph.D., Georgia State University.        University; M.ED., Temple University; M.A.,    at Urbana-Champaign.
(SeaTac)                                        University of Denver; Ed.D., University of
                                                Northern Colorado.                             Joseph Edward Powell (1990): Professor of
Steven Nourse (1999): Assistant Professor of                                                   English; B.A., University of Washington;
Curriculum and Supervision; B.A., Central       Jeffrey Mark Penick (1997): Assistant          M.A., Central Washington University;
Washington University; M.A., Ph.D.,             Professor of Psychology; Ph.D., Georgia        M.F.A., University of Arizona.
University of Washington.                       State University.
                                                                                               Kay Prather (2000): Lecturer, Curriculum
Michael R. Ogden (2000):Associate               Mark I. Perez (2000): Lecturer, Health,        and Supervision; B.A., Eastern Washington
Professor of Communication; B.A., George        Human Performance, and Recreation; B.A.,       University; M.A., Central Washington
Fox College; M.A.,Ph.D., University of          University of Guam; M.S., Central              University.
Hawaii.                                         Washington University.
                                                                                               Joseph Price (1999): Assistant Professor of
                                                Robert Harold Perkins (1989): Professor of     Industrial and Engineering Technology; B.S.,
                                                Information Technology and Administration      Pennsylvania State University; M.S., West
                                                Management. B.A., Washington State             Chester University of Pennsylvania.
James Michael Olivero (1991): Professor of      University; M.B.A., Eastern Washington
Law and Justice; B.S., San Francisco State      University; Ed.D., University of Georgia.      Debra Jean Prigge (1985): Professor of
University; M.S., Illinois State University;                                                   Teacher Education Programs; B.A. (Ed.);
Ph.D., Southern Illinois University.            Barbara Ann Phillips (1994): Associate         M.Ed., Central Washington University;
                                                Professor of Education; B.S., Northern         Ed.D, University of Washington.
Steven Douglas Olson (1989): Professor of       Illinois University; M.A., Western State
English; B.A., Moorhead State College; M.A.,    College (Colorado); Ph.D., University of       Wayne Quirk (2003): Professor of
University of Texas; Ph.D., University of       Denver.                                        Psychology; B.A., University of Northern
Illinois.                                                                                      Iowa; M.S., Iowa State University of Science
                                                Andrew A. Piacsek (1996): Assistant            and Technology; Ph.D., Washington State
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      University.                                     Canada; M.F.A., Illinois State University.     Lori K. Sheeran (2003): Assistant Professor
                                                                                                     of Anthropology; B.S., Wright State
      Ian Quitadamo (2002): Assistant Professor       Dieter Romboy (1972): Associate Professor      University; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State
      of Biological Sciences; B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,      of German; B.A., Ph.D., University of Utah.    University.
      Washington State University.
                                                      Sharon Lynn Rosell (1989): Assistant           Gary Shelly (2001): Assistant Professor,
      Sura Rath (2003): Professor of English; B.A.,   Professor of Physics; B.A., Loretto Heights    Educational Administration Unit; B.A.,
      Ravenshaw College; M.A., Tulane                 College; M.S., Indiana University; M.S.,       Western Washington State College; M.Ed.,
      University; M.A., Utkal University; Ph.D.,      University of Washington.                      Western Washington University; Ed.D.,
      Texas A&M University.                                                                          Seattle Pacific University.
                                                      Carl F. Rosser (1989): Lecturer, University
      Linda Ann Raubeson (1995): Associate            English as a Second Language; B.A., Albion     David Norman Shorr (1980): Professor of
      Professor of Biological Sciences; B.S.,         College, M.A., University of Michigan;         Teacher Education Programs; B.A.,
      University of Puget Sound; M.S., University     Ph.D., University of Iowa.                     California State College, San Bernardino;
      of North Carolina, Ph.D., Yale University.                                                     Ph.D., University of Washington.
                                                      Charles Martin Rubin (1991): Professor of
      Charles Ervin Reasons (1999): Professor of      Geology; B.S., M.S., University of Montana;    Vijay Singh (1998): Associate Professor of
      Law and Justice; B.A., Central Washington       Ph.D., California Institute of Technology.     Vocal Jazz/Choral; B.M.Ed., Willamette
      University; M.A., Ohio University; Ph.D.,                                                      University; M.A.T., Portland State
      Washington State University; LL.B.,             Michael Ruble (1998): Assistant Professor      University.
      University of British Columbia Law School.      of Accounting; B.A., Central Washington
                                                      University; M.B.A., Pacific Lutheran           Andrea C. Sledge (1998) : Associate
      Diane T. Reich (2002): Assistant Professor of   University; Ph.D., Arizona State University.   Professor of Reading; A.B., Stanford
      Music; B.M., Utah State University; M.M.,                                                      University, California; M.A., California State
      D.M., Indiana University School of Music.       Keith B. Salyer (1999): Associate Professor,   University; Ph.D., University of Arizona.
                                                      Teacher Education Programs; B.S., East
      Mary Ellen Reimund (2000): Assistant            Central Oklahoma State University; M.S.,       Teresa A. Sloan (1998): Associate Flight
      Professor of Law and Justice; B.S., Bowling     Central State University; Ph.D., Oklahoma      Professor of Flight Technology; B.S., Central
      Green State University; M.A., J.D., Drake       State University.                              Washington University; B.A., The Evergreen
      University; LL.M., University of Missouri                                                      State College; M.A., Gonzaga University.
      Law School-Columbia.                            Peter Jason Saunders (1988): Professor of
                                                      Economics; B.S., London School of
      Larry C. Reintsma (1995): Assistant             Economics; M.A., Wayne State University;       Michael J. Smith (1996): Associate Professor
      Professor of Accounting; B.S., California       M.A., Ph.D., University of Colorado.           of Theatre Arts; B.A., California State
      State University, Long Beach; M.B.A.,                                                          University at Fullerton; M.F.A., University
      University of Puget Sound; CPA.                 Roy Savoian (1998): Professor of               of Oklahoma.
                                                      Economics; B.A., D.A., Ph.D., University of
      Gary Michael Richardson (1993): Associate       California, Santa Barbara.                     Jeffrey Leighton Snedeker (1991) Professor
      Professor of Business Administration; B.A.,                                                    of Music; B.A., Heidelberg College; M.M.,
      Willamette University; M.B.A., Ph.D.,           Todd M. Schaefer (1996): Associate             University of Michigan Ann Arbor; M.A.,
      University of Texas at Arlington.               Professor of Political Science; B.A., The      Ohio State University; D.M.A., University of
                                                      Colorado College; M.A., Ph.D.,                 Wisconsin.
      F. Lynn Richmond (1992): Associate              Northwestern University.
      Professor of Business Administration; B.A.,                                                    Mark E. Soelling (1985): Assistant Professor
      California State University, Long Beach;        Christopher L. Schedler (2003): Assistant      of Psychology; B.S., University of
      M.S., Ph.D., University of Oregon               Professor of english; B.A., Wesleyan           Washington; M.S., Western Washington
      (Lynnwood).                                     University; M.A., Ph.D., University of         University; Ph.D., California School of
                                                      California, Santa Barbara.                     Professional Psychology.
      Tim Riles (2001): Assistant Professor of
      Health, Human Performance, and                  Stephen Brian Schepman (1990): Professor       David L. Soltz (2001): Professor of Biological
      Recreation; B.S., Central Washington            of Psychology; B.A., Adams State College;      Sciences; A.B., University of California,
      University.                                     M.B.A., University of Washington; Ph.D.,       Berkeley; Ph.D., University of California, Los
                                                      Purdue University.                             Angeles.
      Connie Maxine Roberts (1976): Professor of
      Information Technology and Administration       Steven Allen Schmitz (1995): Associate         Robert C. Sorrells (2002): Lecturer of
      Management; B.B.A., Evangel College;            Professor of Education; B.S., M.S., Ed.D.,     Psychology; B.A., University of North
      M.Ed., Central Washington University,           Washington State University.                   Carolina; M.A., Western Carolina
      Ed.D., Utah State University.                                                                  University; Ph.D., University of Georgia.
                                                      Terrence Joseph Schwartz (1994); Associate
      James Bark Roberts (1994): Associate            Professor of Psychology; B.A., New College;    Hugh Matthew Spall (1989): Professor of
      Professor of Law and Justice; B.A., Adelphi     Ph.D., University of Washington.               Business Administration; B.A., University of
      University; M.S.W., J.D., Southern Illinois                                                    Montana; M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State
      University.                                     James Lyman Schwing (1998): Professor of       University; J.D., University of Miami.
                                                      Computer Science; B.S., Worcester
      Scott R. Robinson (2001): Associate             Polytechnic Institute; Ph.D., University of    Donna S. Stack (2003): Assistant Professor
      Professor of Theatre Arts; A.A., Ricks          Utah.                                          of Art; B.F.A., Austin Peay University;
      College; B.F.A., University of Lethbridge,                                                     M.F.A., University of South Florida.
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                                                Ph.D., University of Minnesota; CPA.              Washington Unversity.
Gerald Joseph Stacy (1990): Professor of
English; B.A., St. Procopius College; M.A.,     Philip Tolin (1967): Professor of Psychology;     Penglin Wang (2001): Assistant Professor of
Purdue University; Ph.D., Bowling Green         B.S., University of Massachusetts; M.A.,          Anthropology; B.A., Beijing Foreign Studies
State University.                               Ph.D., University of Iowa.                        University; M.A., Chinese Academy of Social
                                                                                                  Sciences; Ph.D., University of Hawaii.
Anthony John Stahelski (1990): Professor of     Rosco Nelson Tolman (1970): Professor of
Psychology; B.A., M.A., Ph.D. University of     Spanish; B.S., Utah State University; M.A.,       Charles S. Wassell. Jr (2003): Assistant
California, Los Angeles.                        University of Iowa; Ph.D., University of          Professor of Economics; B.A., University of
                                                Utah.                                             California, Berkeley; M.S., Ph.D., University
Stephanie Stein (1989): Professor of                                                              of Wisconsin, Madison.
Psychology; B.A., University of California,     Richard Trimble (2002): Associate Professor
Santa Cruz; M.A., University of California,     of Business Administration; B.A., University      Elizabeth Weinbaum (2003): Assistant
Santa Barbara; Ph.D., University of Oregon.     of Washington; M.B.A., Ph.D., Arizona State       Professor of Teacher Education Program;
                                                University.                                       B.A., Capital University; M.A.; Ph.D., Ohio
Shari Stoddard (2000): Assistant Professor of                                                     State University.
Art; B.F.A., University of Michigan; M.S.,      William R. Trippett (2001): Assistant
Ph.D., Indiana University.                      Professor of Industrial and Engineering           Thomas Raymond Wellock (1997):
                                                Technology; B.S., J.D., University of             Associate Professor of History; B.S.,
Elizabeth Moore Street (1979): Professor of     Washington.                                       University of Bridgeport; M.A., University of
Psychology; B.S., M.A., Ed.D., West Virginia                                                      Toledo; Ph.D., University of California,
University.                                     William Turnquist (1977): Assistant               Berkeley.
                                                Professor of Business Administration; B.S.,
Warren Robert Street (1967): Professor of       M.S., Montana State University.                   Nancy G. Wessel (1997): Associate
Psychology; B.A., Occidental College; M.A.,                                                       Professor of Sociology; B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,
Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School.               Morris Leo Uebelacker (1988): Professor of        Southern Illinois University.
                                                Geography; B.S., Central Washington
                                                University; M.A., University of New Mexico;       Lisa Lee Weyandt (1991): Professor of
                                                Ph.D., University of Oregon.                      Psychology; B.S., Pennsylvania State
Allen E. Sullivan (1990): Lecturer,
                                                                                                  University; M.S., Ph.D., University of Rhode
Geography; B.A., M.S., Central Washington
                                                Angela Unruh (2001): Lecturer, Information        Island.
University; Ph.D., Oregon State University.
                                                Technology and Administrative
                                                Management; B.S., Central Washington              Vicki Shaffer White (1998): Assistant
Key Sun (2000): Assistant Professor of Law
                                                University; M.B.A., University of Montana.        Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences;
and Justice; B.L., Beijing University; M.A.,
                                                                                                  B.A., Brigham Young University; M.S.,
Ph.D., Rutgers State University.
                                                Wesley Harvey Van Tassel (1991): Professor        Central Washington University.
Lixing Sun (1996): Assistant Professor of       of Theatre Arts; B.S., Moorhead State
                                                College; M.A., University of North Carolina;      Henry S. Williams (1990): Professor of
Biological Sciences; B.S., M.S., East China
                                                Ph.D., University of Denver.                      Curriculum & Supervision; B.A., St. Paul’s
Normal University; Ph.D., State University
                                                                                                  College, Liberia; M.Ed., Ed.D., East
of New York.
                                                William Chester Vance (1981): Professor of        Tennessee State University.
Christine Ann Sutphin (1988): Professor of      Health, Human Performance, and
                                                Recreation; B.A., M.S., California State          Wendy Anne Williams (1995); Associate
English; B.A., Eastern Oregon College;
                                                University at Long Beach; Ed.D., University       Professor of Psychology; B.A., San Diego
M.L.S., Ph.D., University of Oregon.
                                                of Oregon.                                        State University; M.A., Ph.D., University of
                                                                                                  California, San Diego.
Tamsin Swain (2002): Lecturer, Curriculum
and Supervision; B.S., M.A., Central            Allen Courtney Vautier (1975): Professor of
                                                Accounting; B.A., J.D., University of             Dale R. Wilson (1996): Assistant Professor of
Washington University.
                                                Washington. (Lynnwood)                            Flight Technology; B. A., Trinity Western
                                                                                                  University; M.S., Central Missouri State
Heidi M. Szpek (2002): Assistant Professor
                                                Steven Daniel Verhey (1999): Assistant            University.
of Philosophy and Religious Studies; B.A.,
                                                Professor of Biological Sciences; B.A., Reed
M.A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee;
                                                College; M.S., University of Washington;          Candace R. Winstead (2002): Assistant
M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-
                                                Ph.D., Oregon State University.                   Professor of Biological Sciences; B.A.,
Madison.
                                                                                                  Augustana College; Ph.D., Loyola University
                                                Cynthia Vielbig (1999): Lecturer,                 Chicago.
Carin Thomas (1995): Associate Professor of
                                                Curriculum and Supervision; B.A.,
Chemistry; B.A., Humboldt State University;
                                                University of Washington; M.Ed., Seattle          Rex Sylvester Wirth (1983): Professor of
Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno.
                                                University.                                       Political Science; B.A., Weber State College;
                                                                                                  M.A., Ph.D., University of Tennessee.
Alberta Jean Thyfault (1993): Associate
                                                Steven R. Wagner (2001): Assistant
Professor of Teacher Education Programs;
                                                Professor of Biological Sciences; B.S., Central   Mary J. Wise (1992): Professor of
B.A., Maryhurst College; M.S., Western          Washington University; Ph.D., Oregon State        Librarianship; B.A., M.L.S., California State
Oregon State College; Ph.D., Oregon State       University.                                       University; M.Ed., Central Washington
University.
                                                                                                  University.
                                                Jerry Walters (2002): Lecturer, Curriculum
Ronald R. Tidd (2001): Associate Professor,     and Supervision; B.A.E., M.A.E., Eastern          Don B. Woodcock (1995): Associate
accounting; B.S., Iowa State University;
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      Professor of Curriculum and Supervision;       Hong Xiao (1999): Assistant Professor of
      B.S., University of Nevada, Reno; M.A.,        Sociology; B.A., M.A., Beijing University;    Bang-Soon Yoon (1989): Professor of
      Northern Arizona University; Ph.D.,            M.A., Ph.D., the University of Connecticut    Political Science and Women Studies; B.A.,
      University of Oregon.                          (Storrs).                                     Ihwa Women’s University; M.A., Ph.D.,
                                                                                                   University of Hawaii at Manoa.
      Linda Rowland Woody (2001): Assistant          Taiqian Yang (1998): Associate Professor of
      Professor of Music; B.A., University of        Industrial and Engineering Technology;        Therese Young (2002): Lecturer, Health,
      Northern Iowa; M.A.(Ed.), University of        B.S.E.E., Jiaotong University, China;         Human Performance, and Recreation; B.A.,
      Central Oklahoma; Ph.D., University of         M.S.E.E., North Western Polytech              College of St. Teresa; M.A., Texas Woman’s
      Oklahoma.                                      University, China; Ph.D., University of       University.
                                                     Washington.
      Marla J. Wyatt (1994):Assistant Professor of                                                 Tim Lee Yoxtheimer (1981): Professor of
      Family & Consumer Sciences; B.S., M.S.,        Thomas Yen-Ran Yeh (1965): Professor of       Industrial and Engineering Technology;
      Brigham Young University; Ph.D., Ohio          Librarianship; B.A., Soochow University;      B.A., M.S., Ohio University.
      State University.                              M.A., M.A.L.S., University of Minnesota.
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Family Educational Rights and                    they assist a university employee in              university may release to the public the
                                                 performing her or his official tasks are also     name of the student, the offense committed,
Privacy Act (FERPA)                              considered school officials. A school official    and the sanction the university imposes
Notice to Students of Privacy Rights             has a legitimate educational interest in a        against the student.
                                                 student education record if the official needs      FERPA further allows student education
  The Family Educational Rights and Privacy      to review the record in order to fulfill her or   records to be released to individuals or
Act (FERPA) of 1974 is a federal law             his professional responsibilities or official     organizations performing research on behalf
governing access to student education            tasks.                                            of, or in cooperation with, the university.
records. FERPA stipulates conditions for           With certain exceptions allowed by the law      When education records are released for
release of information from education            and listed below, no persons outside the          research purposes, FERPA requires the
records and affords students the opportunity     university shall have access to, nor will the     university and its research partners to
to review and seek revision of those records.    institution disclose any information from, a      implement procedures to safeguard their
Central Washington University (CWU)              student’s education record without the            confidentiality. In addition, records released
accords all the rights provided by the law,      written consent of the student. FERPA             for research must be returned or destroyed
and reserves for itself the right to use and     permits information to be released from           when the research is completed, and
release student education records under the      education records without written consent of      research findings may not be presented in a
conditions specified by the law.                 the student to the following officials and        manner that makes it possible to identify
  Education records, as defined by FERPA,        agencies:                                         confidential data from an individual’s
include admission, academic, financial aid,                                                        education record. Central Washington
and placement records, and other                   officials of other institutions to which        University releases information from student
information directly related to students, with     students are applying to enroll                 education records to outside researchers
the exception of records created by the                                                            only under the conditions specified by
university police for the purpose of law           persons or organizations providing
                                                   financial aid, individuals and                  FERPA and only to those that agree in
enforcement, student health records that are                                                       writing to safeguard the confidential
created and used solely in connection with         organizations charged with oversight of
                                                   the university, or of federal or state          information contained therein.
the provision of health care, employment                                                             At its discretion, Central Washington
records that relate exclusively to individuals     programs in which the university
                                                   participates                                    University may publish or release directory
in their capacities as employees, and alumni                                                       information in accordance with the
or other post-attendance records. FERPA            accrediting agencies                            provisions of FERPA. Directory information
regulations apply only to records held for         parents of any student under the age of 21,     includes student name, university and
institutional use concerning students who          regardless of the student’s dependency          permanent home address and telephone
enroll at the university; they do not govern       status, in cases where the student has          number, e-mail address, a photograph, date
records of applicants who are denied               violated laws or university rules               of birth, dates of attendance, class, major
admission or who choose not to attend the          governing alcohol or controlled                 fields of study, previous institutions
university. Nor do they govern records kept        substances                                      attended, awards and honors (including
by a university official that are the sole                                                         honor roll), degrees conferred (including
                                                   persons as directed by a judicial order or
possession of the maker and are not                                                                dates), participation in officially recognized
                                                   lawfully issued subpoena, provided the
normally revealed to anyone else except a                                                          sports and activities, and heights and
                                                   university makes a reasonable attempt to
temporary substitute (e.g., temporary                                                              weights of members of athletic teams.
                                                   notify the student in advance of
reminder notes).                                                                                   Students may withhold directory
                                                   compliance (unless directed by judicial
  FERPA stipulates that institutions may not                                                       information by giving written notification to
                                                   authorities not to disclose the existence of
disclose personally identifiable information                                                       the office of the Vice President for Student
                                                   an order or subpoena)
contained in education records without a                                                           Affairs and Enrollment Management within
student’s written consent, except under            persons in an emergency to protect the
                                                                                                   two weeks after the beginning of fall quarter.
conditions specified by FERPA. Information         health or safety of students or other           Requests for non-disclosure of directory
is considered personally identifiable if it        persons
                                                                                                   information will be honored until
contains a student’s name or the name of           the Immigration and Naturalization              graduation unless students submit a written
family members, a student’s local or family        Service under the terms and provisions of       request to have the block on their directory
address, an identification number, or              immigration law                                 information removed. Students who wish to
descriptions or data sufficient to identify an                                                     withhold directory information after they
                                                   With the exception of alcohol and drug
individual.                                                                                        graduate, which would include their dates of
                                                 violations, CWU does not release
  FERPA permits access to student education                                                        attendance and degrees conferred, must
                                                 information from student education records
records for school officials with legitimate                                                       submit another written request to the Vice
                                                 to parents without the written consent of
educational interests. A school official is a                                                      President for Student Affairs and Enrollment
                                                 students.
person employed by the university in an                                                            Management. Forms for making requests to
                                                   FERPA permits the university to release
administrative, supervisory, academic,                                                             withhold directory information are available
                                                 information concerning violent crimes and
research, or other staff position (including                                                       in the office of the Vice President for Student
                                                 non-forcible sex offenses (statutory rape or
those in law enforcement and health care); a                                                       Affairs and Enrollment Management,
                                                 incest) committed by its students. Victims of
person serving on the Board of Trustees; or                                                        Bouillon Hall, Room 204, at the Ellensburg
                                                 an alleged violent crime or non-forcible sex
an individual or organization with whom                                                            campus.
                                                 offense may be informed of the final results
the university has contracted to serve as its                                                        FERPA provides students with the right to
                                                 of university disciplinary hearings
agent or to provide services in support of its                                                     inspect and review information contained in
                                                 concerning the allegation. When a student is
operations (examples include attorneys,                                                            their education records, to challenge the
                                                 an alleged perpetrator of a violent crime or a
auditors, collection agents, and the National                                                      content and accuracy of those records, to
                                                 non-forcible sex offense and the university
Student Clearinghouse). Student employees,                                                         have a hearing if the outcome of the
                                                 concludes with respect to that allegation that
students serving on official committees, and                                                       challenge is unsatisfactory, and to submit
                                                 the student has violated university rules, the
students serving in other positions in which                                                       explanatory statements for inclusion in their
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      files if they disagree with the decisions of the   as requested by the student, the student will
      hearing panel. The Vice President for              be notified and advised of her or his right to
      Student Affairs and Enrollment                     a hearing regarding the request for
      Management has been designated by Central          amendment. Additional information
      Washington University to establish                 regarding the hearing procedures will be
      procedures by which students may review            provided to the student when notified of the
      their education records.                           right to a hearing. FERPA confers the right to
        Students wishing to review their education       challenge grades only in cases where the
      records should submit a written request,           grade has been mis-recorded. However,
      clearly specifying the records of interest, to     CWU has other procedures for appealing
      the official responsible for maintaining those     grades.
      records. The office of the Vice President for        Student requests for a formal hearing must
      Student Affairs and Enrollment                     be made in writing to the Vice President for
      Management will assist in identifying the          Student Affairs and Enrollment
      appropriate official. The responsible official     Management, who, within a reasonable
      will then make arrangements for the student        period of time after receiving such a request,
      to inspect the records within forty-five days      will inform the student of the date, place,
      of the request, and will notify the student of     and the time of the hearing. Students may
      the time and place of inspection. Students         present evidence relevant to the issues raised
      may have copies made of their records with         and may be assisted or represented at the
      certain exceptions (e.g., students may not         hearings by one or more persons of their
      have a copy of academic records for which a        choice, including attorneys, at their own
      financial “hold” exists, or a transcript of an     expense. The hearing panels that adjudicate
      original or source document produced by            such challenges are appointed by the Vice
      another institution or by a person not             President for Student Affairs and Enrollment
      employed by CWU). Copies will be made at           Management. The decisions of the hearing
      the student’s expense at prevailing rates,         panel will be based solely on the evidence
      which are listed in the office of Registrar        presented at the hearing and are final. They
      Services in Mitchell Hall at the Ellensburg        will consist of written statements
      campus.                                            summarizing the evidence and the reasons
        Only records covered by FERPA, as                for the decision, and will be delivered to all
      delineated in the above paragraph defining         parties concerned. If the decision is in favor
      “education records,” will be made available        of the student, the education records will be
      for inspection. (However, students may have        corrected or amended in accordance with the
      their health records reviewed by their own         decision of the hearing panel. If the decision
      physicians.) Furthermore, the university is        remains not to amend the student’s
      permitted or required to withhold from             education record, the student has a right to
      students the following sorts of records:           insert a statement in her or his record
      financial information submitted by their           commenting on the information therein. This
      parents, confidential letters of                   statement will be maintained as a permanent
      recommendation to which students have              part of the record and must be included
      waived their rights of inspection, and             when the record is disclosed to an
      education records containing information           authorized party.
      about more than one student. In the latter           Students who believe the adjudications of
      case, the institution will permit access only      their challenges were unfair, or not in
      to the parts of education records that pertain     keeping with the provisions of FERPA, may
      to the inquiring student. Nor is the               request the assistance of the Office of the
      university required to permit students to          President of Central Washington University.
      inspect and review confidential letters and        Students who believe their FERPA rights
      recommendations placed in their files prior        have been violated may also file complaints
      to January 1, 1975, provided those letters         with The Family Policy Compliance Office,
      were collected under established policies of       U. S. Department of Education, 400
      confidentiality and were used only for the         Maryland Avenue S.W., Washington, DC
      purpose for which they were collected.             20202-4605
        Students who believe their education             (http://www.ed.gov/offices/OM/fpco/).
      records contain information that is
      inaccurate, misleading, or held in violation
      of privacy rights or other rights, may ask the
      university to amend a record. In such cases,
      the student should write the university
      official responsible for the record, identify
      the parts of the record the student believes
      should be changed, and indicate the reasons
      it should be changed. If university officials
      agree with the student’s request, the
      appropriate records will be amended. If the
      university decides not to amend the record
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Appendix A                                             No member of the university community
                                                     shall treat students differently because of
                                                                                                          competition; publicity and awards, and
                                                                                                          scheduling of games and practice times); b)
                                                     their race, color, religion, national origin, age,   opportunities to participate in intercollegiate
WAC 106-72-005 EQUAL                                 sex, sexual orientation, marital status,             athletics; c) male and female coaches and
OPPORTUNITY/                                         disability (except to provide reasonable             administrators. (Institutions shall attempt to
                                                     accommodation), or status as a disabled              provide some coaches and administrators of
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION                                   veteran or Vietnam-era veteran. The                  each gender to act as role models for male
IN EMPLOYMENT                                        university has established mechanisms to             and female athletes.)
                                                     address complaints of discriminatory                   Each institution shall develop and distribute
                                                     treatment, including harassing behaviors             policies and procedures for handling
                                                     (e.g., physical, verbal, graphic, or written)        complaints of sexual harassment.
I.  Central Washington University is an equal
                                                     which might lead to the creation of a hostile          The executive director of the Higher
opportunity employer. The University will:           environment.                                         Education Coordinating Board, in
  Recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in                                                            consultation with the Council of Presidents,
all job titles, without regard to race, color,                                                            shall monitor the compliance by institutions
religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual          III. Gender Equity                                   of higher education with this chapter. A
orientation, marital status, disability, or status                                                        violation of this chapter shall constitute an
as a disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran.          Washington state law prohibits                     unfair practice under chapter 49.60 RCW,
  Ensure that all personnel actions such as          discrimination on the basis of gender in             including the right to file a complaint with
compensation, benefits, transfers,                   institutions of higher education. Provisions of      the Human Rights Commission and to bring
terminations, layoffs, return from layoff,           this law can be found in RCW 28B.ll0. Rules          a civil action, shall apply. This chapter shall
reductions in force (RIF), university-               and guidelines have been developed to                supplement, and shall not supersede, existing
sponsored training, education, tuition               eliminate possible gender discrimination to          law and procedures relating to unlawful
assistance, and social and recreation                students, including sexual harassment. These         discrimination based on gender. Institutions
programs, will be administered without               rules address academic programs, student             of higher education shall distribute copies of
regard to race, color, creed, religion, national     employment, counseling and guidance                  the provisions of this chapter to all students.
origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital        services, financial aid, and recreational            If any provision of this act or its application to
status, disability, or status as a disabled          activities including club sports and                 any person or circumstance is held invalid,
veteran or Vietnam-era veteran.                      intercollegiate athletics.                           the remainder of the act or the application of
                                                       With respect to higher education student           the provision to other persons or
                                                     employment, all institutions shall be required
II. Central Washington University is                 to: a) make no differentiation in pay scales on
                                                                                                          circumstances is not affected.
committed to affirmative action for Asians,                                                                 The person responsible for coordinating and
                                                     the basis of gender; b) assign duties without
Blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans, women,                                                               monitoring compliance with the provisions of
                                                     regard to gender except where there is a
persons 40 years of age or older, persons of                                                              this chapter as well as Title IX, is the Director
                                                     bonafide occupational qualification as
disability, disabled veterans and Vietnam-era                                                             of Equal Opportunity, Barge Hall 211, Central
                                                     approved by the Washington Human Rights
veterans. This commitment is expressed                                                                    Washington University, (509) 963-2205.
                                                     Commission; c) provide the same
through the university’s efforts to eliminate                                                             Students with gender discrimination
                                                     opportunities for advancement to males and
barriers to equal employment opportunity                                                                  complaints are encouraged to utilize the
                                                     females; and d) make no difference in the
and improve employment opportunities                                                                      grievance procedures noted below.
                                                     conditions of employment on the basis of
encountered by these protected groups.               gender in areas including, but not limited to,
                                                     hiring practices, leaves of absence, and hours       IV. Policy Statement on
WAC 106-72-025 EQUAL                                 of employment.                                           Sexual Harassment
                                                       Admission to academic programs shall be
OPPORTUNITY FOR                                      made without regard to gender. Counseling              It is the policy of Central Washington
STUDENTS                                             and guidance services for students shall be          University to maintain a work and academic
                                                     made available to all students without regard        community which is free from sexual
  Central Washington University will provide
                                                     to gender. All academic and counseling               harassment. Sexual harassment violates state
students equal access to all programs and
                                                     personnel shall be required to stress access to      and federal law and will not be tolerated by
services on the basis of merit without regard
                                                     all career and vocational opportunities to           this institution. An individual in violation of
to race, color, religion, national origin, age,
                                                     students without regard to gender. All               this policy will be subject to informal or
sex, sexual orientation, marital status,
                                                     academic programs shall be available to              formal disciplinary action up to and
disability, or status as a disabled veteran or
                                                     students without regard to gender.                   including dismissal from employment.
Vietnam-era veteran.
                                                     Recreational activities shall be offered to meet       For the purposes of this policy, sexual
  No person will be excluded from
                                                     the interests of students, with no disparities       harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual
participation in, be denied the benefits of, or
                                                     based on gender. Financial aid shall be              advances, requests for sexual favors, and
be subjected to discrimination under any
                                                     equitably awarded by type of aid, with no            other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual
program or activity sponsored by the
                                                     disparities based on gender.                         nature when:
university, including, but not limited to,
                                                       With respect to intercollegiate athletics,               a. submission to such conduct is made
admissions, academic programs, student
                                                     institutions that provide the following shall                  either explicitly or implicitly a term or
employment, counseling and guidance
                                                     do so with no disparities based on gender: a)                  condition of an individual's
services, financial aid, recreational activities
                                                     benefits and services (e.g., equipment and                     employment or career advancement.
and intercollegiate athletics.
                                                     supplies; medical services; services and                   b. submission to or rejection of such
  Programs may be developed by the
                                                     insurance; transportation and per diem                         conduct by an individual is used as a
university, however, for special student
                                                     allowances; opportunities to receive coaching                  basis for an employment decision or
populations as affirmative action measures to
                                                     and instruction; scholarships and other forms                  an academic decision affecting such
overcome the effects of past discrimination.
                                                     of financial aid; opportunities for                            individual; or
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           c. such conduct has the purpose or effect
              of unreasonably interfering with an
                                                             cannot be resolved informally, formal
                                                             grievance procedures are available.            Appendix B
              individual's work or creating an            4. Formal grievance procedures are
              intimidating, hostile or offensive work        available. No individual shall be
              or academic environment.                       penalized or retaliated against in any
                                                                                                            Central Washington
        Based on the definition provided above,              way by the university community for his        University Student Rights
      examples of sexual harassment prohibited by            or her participation in the grievance
      this policy include, but are not limited to:           process.                                       and Responsibilities Policy
      physical assault; direct propositions of a             a. Formal complaints alleging sexual
                                                                harassment by a university employee
      sexual nature, or subtle pressure for sexual
                                                                or other agent of the university may be
                                                                                                            Section One
      activity. In addition, behaviors which
      constitute a pattern of conduct that                      filed in the Office for Equal               Statement of Rights and
      discomforts or humiliates the recipient are               Opportunity. The university's equal
      prohibited. Such behaviors may include:                   opportunity grievance procedures will       Responsibilities
      comments of a sexual nature; sexually explicit            be utilized to resolve the complaint.
      statements, questions, jokes, or anecdotes;               Copies of these procedures are              I. Preamble
      unnecessary touching, patting, hugging, or                available upon request.
      kissing; remarks of a sexual nature about a            b. Formal complaints alleging student            Central Washington University is a
      person's clothing or body; or remarks about               peer sexual harassment must be made         community that exists for the generation,
      sexual activity or speculations about previous            to the Vice President for Student           acquisition, diffusion, and preservation of
      sexual experience; and persistent, unwanted               Affairs.                                    knowledge, the growth of all its members,
      attempts to change a professional relationship         c. Complaints may also be filed with           and the general well-being of society. Free
      to an amorous one.                                        outside government agencies. A list of      inquiry and free expression are indispensable
        All members of the University community                 these agencies and their addresses is       to the attainment of these goals. All members
      are encouraged to work toward maintaining                 available in the Office for Equal           of the University community are encouraged
      an educational and work environment free                  Opportunity.                                to develop the capacity for critical judgment
      from sexual harassment. To this end,                                                                  and to engage in a sustained and independent
        1. The Director of the Office for Equal
                                                         V. Equal Opportunity                               search for truth in an atmosphere of academic
           Opportunity will provide training                Grievance Procedures                            freedom. Freedom to teach and freedom to
                                                                                                            learn are inseparable facets of academic
           programs to educate the university
                                                          A. A person who believes he or she has been       freedom. The freedom to learn depends upon
           community on the subject of sexual
                                                             discriminated against by Central               appropriate opportunities and conditions in
           harassment and the university's
                                                             Washington University because of race,         the classroom as well as elsewhere on
           obligation to prevent its occurrence. In
                                                             color, ethnic background, sexual               campus. The responsibility to secure and to
           addition, the director will ensure that the
                                                             orientation, religion, national origin, sex,   respect general conditions conducive to the
           sexual harassment policy is appropriately
                                                             physical or mental disability, or Vietnam      freedom to learn is shared by all members of
           displayed on campus and included in the
                                                             era or disabled veteran status is              the University community. The University
           university's policy manual.
                                                             encouraged to utilize the grievance            has developed policies and procedures which
        2. Persons who believe they are
                                                             procedures provided by Central                 provide and safeguard this freedom, within
           experiencing sexual harassment are                Washington University. There are               the framework of general standards, and with
           encouraged to act promptly and report             informal and formal means of addressing        the broadest possible participation of the
           such concerns to their immediate                  complaints through the Office for Equal
           supervisor, administrator or department                                                          members of the University community. This
                                                             Opportunity. These should be used as
           chair, or the Director of the Office for                                                         document articulates the general policies that
                                                             soon as possible after the alleged act of
           Equal Opportunity (Barge 211, 963-2205)                                                          provide for the academic freedom of students
                                                             discrimination. No individual shall be
           or the Vice President for Student Affairs                                                        in this University community and forms the
                                                             penalized or retaliated against in any
           (Bouillon 204, 963-1515). (Concerns                                                              basis on which more specific policies such as
                                                             way by the university community for his
           which involve sexually harassing                                                                 the Student Judicial Code, rules on students
                                                             or her participation in this complaint
           behaviors of university employees may                                                            records, etc., have been formulated and
                                                             procedure.
           be brought to the Director of the Office                                                         adopted.
                                                          B. All persons who seek the advice and
           for Equal Opportunity. Concerns which             assistance of the Office for Equal
           involve student to student sexual                 Opportunity shall have explained to            II. Access to Central
           harassment may be brought to the                  them the informal and the formal
           attention of the Vice President for               grievance procedures available to them
                                                                                                                Washington University
           Student Affairs.) The University                  through the university as well as the           A. Admissions, Retention and Graduation
           encourages resolution of sexual                   existence of external complaint                    Central Washington University supports
           harassment complaints at the lowest               procedures available through state and             equal educational opportunity for all
           possible level. Persons who have been             federal agencies. They shall also receive a        regardless of sex, race, color, creed,
           sexually assaulted are also encouraged to         copy of the equal opportunity grievance            national origin, age, sexual orientation,
           contact Campus Police (Campus Safety              procedures.                                        marital status, handicap, or religion,
           Building, 963-2958).                                                                                 disability or status as a disabled or
        3. Supervisors, administrators and                 Copies of the Equal Opportunity Grievance            Vietnam era veteran. Persons seeking
           department chairs who receive informal        Procedures as well as copies of the                    admission to the University have the
           sexual harassment complaints will act on      University’s Equal Opportunity and                     right to be admitted if they meet the
           them in a timely fashion in an attempt to     Affirmative Action Policies are available in           admission standards established for the
           resolve such situations informally. They      the Office for Equal Opportunity. The office is        University by the board of trustees of
           may wish to obtain guidance from the          open during regular business hours and is              Central Washington University.
           office for equal opportunity. If matters      located in Barge Hall 211 (963-2205).
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    Admission to the University does not                responsibility to observe the standards        3. the right to submit an explanatory
    automatically admit students to those               of academic performance defined by                statement for inclusion in the
    programs which have special standards               the instructor and the standards of               educational record if the outcome of
    for admission or which may restrict                 conduct established by the instructor             the challenge is unsatisfactory;
    admissions on the basis of available                so as to assure the freedom of the             4. the right to prevent disclosure, with
    resources. To be eligible for continued             instructor to teach and the freedom of            certain exceptions, of personally
    enrollment in the University and for                the other students to learn.                      identifiable information;
    graduation from the University, students                                                           5. the right to secure a copy of the
    are responsible for meeting the                B. Outside the Classroom                               University rules, which includes the
    University’s published requirements for           Students have a right to the services               location of all educational records; and
    retention and graduation.                         provided by faculty and staff, including         6. the right to file complaints with the
                                                      such services as academic advising,                 appropriate federal and state
 B. University Facilities and Services                counseling over a broad range of                    agency(ies) concerning alleged failures
    All regular students have the right to            problem areas, dissemination of                     by the University to comply with
    make full use of the facilities and services      information, and clarification of                   applicable laws, rules and their
    of the University which are generally             University policies and procedures,                 implementing regulations.
    available to students. There are, however,        including those involving grievances.
    some limitations on the availability and          Because of the size and complexity of the     C. Students’ Responsibilities
    use of University resources. Students are         University, students have the primary            Students are responsible for furnishing,
    expected to use University facilities and         responsibility for initiating requests for       completely and accurately, such
    services responsibly and with                     such services, although faculty and staff        pertinent information as required by the
    consideration for other members of the            are expected to be sensitive to students’        University so that it may perform its
    University community. Offices                     needs and to offer assistance if students        proper function as an educational
    responsible for providing facilities and          appear to need it.                               institution. If students’ circumstances
    services will, upon request, furnish                                                               change, e.g., name, address, financial
    guidelines for their use.                                                                          situation, etc., they are responsible for
                                                                                                       seeing that proper University officials are
                                                   IV. Student Records
III. Student, Faculty, Staff                                                                           informed of such changed circumstances.
                                                   A. Student Records Rules
     Relationship                                     The University has adopted rules which
  The relationship between students and
                                                      govern the form and variety of student       V. Student Affairs
                                                      records collected and maintained by the
faculty/staff is one which is based upon                                                             Student affairs encompasses a broad area
                                                      University, the nature of information
mutual respect. Students see faculty and staff                                                     including the freedoms to form associations,
                                                      collected, and the way in which student
in a variety of roles: teachers, counselors,                                                       to inquire and express opinions, and to
                                                      information is recorded, maintained and
librarians, administrators, advisors,                                                              participate in institutional government.
                                                      eventually disposed of, consistent with
employers, supervisors, colleagues. In those
                                                      federal and state regulations. Copies of
rare instances where a student may wish to                                                          A. Association
                                                      the rules (in accordance with Public Law
pursue a grievance having to do with grades                                                            Students have the right to form
                                                      93-380 The Family Educational Rights
or actions taken by a faculty member or a                                                              organizations and to join associations to
                                                      and Privacy Act of 1974, i.e., The Buckley       promote their common interests. In
staff member of an office or department
                                                      Amendment) are available in the office of        doing so, they have the responsibility to
which adversely affected the student’s
                                                      the Vice President for Student Affairs.          follow University policies and
academic progress, the University provides a
                                                      Students have a right to expect that             procedures, copies of which are available
procedure by which the grievance may be
                                                      information about themselves of a                in the office of the Director of Campus
pursued. The rules for the process are
                                                      private, personal or confidential nature         Life.
contained in the Rules Governing the
                                                      which they share with faculty and staff
Operations of the Board of Academic
                                                      will be disclosed only according to           B. Inquiry and Expression
Appeals, copies of which are available in the
                                                      student records rules. Faculty and staff         Students and student organizations have
office of the Vice President for Student
                                                      may provide judgments of a student’s             the right to examine and discuss all
Affairs.                                                                                               questions of interest to them, to express
                                                      ability and character to others in
  A. In the Classroom                                                                                  opinions publicly and privately, to
                                                      appropriate circumstances, normally
     1. Student Rights                                                                                 support causes and to invite and hear
                                                      with the knowledge and consent of the
        A student who enrolls in a course has                                                          any person of their own choosing. Such
                                                      student concerned, and in accordance
        the following rights:                                                                          activities shall not disrupt the regular
                                                      with the University’s rules on student
        a. to know from the instructor the                                                             and essential operation of the University.
                                                      records.
            goals and content of the course;                                                           Students and student organizations are
        b. to know from the beginning the                                                              responsible for following the policies and
                                                   B. Students’ Rights
            instructor’s expectations and                                                              procedures related to these activities,
                                                      The rules on student records also define
            grading methods;                                                                           copies of which are available in the office
                                                      the following rights of students with
        c. to be evaluated on the materials of                                                         of the Director of Campus Life.
                                                      respect to their records and the
            the course and not on extraneous
                                                      procedures to be followed to guarantee
            matters; and                                                                            C. Student Participation in Institutional
                                                      those rights:                                    Government
        d. to consult with the instructor
                                                      1. the right to inspect and review               Students have the right to express their
            outside the classroom on matters
                                                         information contained in their                views by lawful procedures on issues of
            related to the course.
                                                         educational records;                          institutional policy and on matters of
     2. Student Responsibilities
                                                      2. the right to challenge the contents of        general interest to the student body and
        A student who enrolls in a course has
                                                         their educational records;
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          to participate in the formulation and
          application of institutional policy
                                                        Section Two                                            problems before they escalate into
                                                                                                               serious problems requiring the
          affecting academic and student affairs.       Student Judicial Code (Refer to                        application of these rules. Therefore, the
          Student government, the Associated            WAC 106-120 for complete Code.                         Vice President shall generally review
          Students of Central Washington                                                                       and/or investigate student behavioral
          University, is the primary vehicle for        Revisions and current policy                           problems which are referred by
          student participation in institutional        available in the office of the Vice                    University community members or any
          government, and its role is explicitly
          stated in its constitution and by-laws,
                                                        President for Student Affairs.)                        subsidiary judicial agencies to the
                                                                                                               Campus Judicial Council, or which
          copies of which are available in the office   I. General Policy                                      otherwise come to the attention of the
          of the Director of Campus Life. Other          A. Definitions                                        Vice President through the office of
          opportunities for involvement in                  1. “University” shall mean Central                 Public Safety and Police Services reports
          academic and student affairs areas may               Washington University.                          or other official University reports. The
          be found in the various departmental or
                                                            2. “Vice President” shall mean the Vice            Vice President and the problem-solving
          administrative offices. Having become
                                                               President for Student Affairs of the            group shall be as proactive as is possible
          involved in institutional governance,
                                                               University or the Vice President’s              concerning the resolution of student
          students are responsible for fulfilling the
                                                               designee.                                       behavioral problems and use reasonable
          obligations they have undertaken.
                                                            3. “Student” shall mean a person                   arbitration and conflict resolution
                                                               enrolled at the University either full or       methods in order to prevent such
                                                               part time, pursuing undergraduate,              problems from further interfering with
      VI. Student Conduct                                      graduate, or extension studies, or a            the University community or the
        Students are members of both the                       person accepted for admission or                student’s own educational progress.
      University community and the larger                      readmission to the University.
      community outside the University. As                  4. “University community” shall include            The Vice President shall provide for due
      members of the University community,                     the employees and students of Central           process for students throughout the
      students are guaranteed those rights                     Washington University and all                   behavioral problem-solving intervention
      described in this document. As members of                property and equipment of the                   by following the proper steps related to
      the larger community, students are afforded              University.                                     the initiation, investigation, and
      those rights guaranteed by the state and              5. “Hazing” shall include any method of            disposition of complaints against a
      federal constitutions, the authority of which            initiation into a student organization          student as outlined in Section III of this
      extends across both communities.                         or living group, or any pastime or              document.
                                                               amusement engaged in with respect to
        At the same time, both communities have                such an organization or living group            Any student is subject to these rules,
      established standards of conduct designed to             that causes, or is likely to cause, bodily      independent of any other status the
      protect their essential purposes. The                    danger or physical harm, or serious             individual may have with the University.
      University community has defined in its                  mental or emotional harm, to any                Any action taken against a student under
      Student Judicial Code that conduct in which
                                                               student or other person attending               these rules shall be independent of other
      its members may not engage without penalty.
                                                               Central Washington University. The              actions taken by virtue of another
      The larger community has defined such
                                                               term does not include customary                 relationship with the University in
      behavior in its laws.
                                                               athletic events or other similar                addition to that of student.
       Outlined below are the standards in                     contests or competitions.
      disciplinary proceedings established by the                                                           C. Cooperation with Law
      University with respect to student conduct         B. Introduction and Purpose                           Enforcement Agencies
      which violates the norms of either the                The students of Central Washington                 Central Washington University
      University or the larger community.                   University are responsible for complying           distinguishes its responsibility for
                                                            with policies, standards, rules, and               student conduct from the controls
       A. The University Community                          requirements for academic and social               imposed by the larger community
          The Student Judicial Code enumerates              behavior formulated by the University              beyond the University, and of which the
          proscribed behavior and describes                 for the maintenance of an orderly and              University is a part. The University does
          procedures followed in cases where                responsible functioning of the University          not have the responsibilities of a parent
          students are alleged to have engaged in           community. At the same time, students              for the conduct of students, and will not
          such conduct. These procedures                    have protection through orderly                    be held responsible for conduct of
          guarantee procedural due process to the           procedures against arbitrary or                    students off campus. When students are
          accused students and are fully described          capricious actions or decisions by                 charged with violations of laws of the
          in the Student Judicial Code, copies of           University authorities. Due process is             nation or state, or ordinances of the
          which are available in the office of the          recognized as essential to the proper              county or city, the University will neither
          Vice President for Student Affairs.               enforcement of University rules. The               request nor agree to special consideration
                                                            purpose of this document is to provide a           for students because of their status as
       B. The Larger Community                              procedure and rules by which a student             students, but the University will
          If a student’s behavior results in charges
                                                            will be afforded due process in the                cooperate with law enforcement
          that both the law of the larger
                                                            matter of alleged violations of University         agencies, courts, and any other agencies
          community and the proscriptions of the
                                                            standards, rules and requirements                  in programs for rehabilitation of
          University’s Student Judicial Code have
          been violated, the University does not            governing academic and social conduct              students.
          waive the right to initiate proceedings in        of students.
          accordance with provisions of the                                                                    Central Washington University reserves
          Student Judicial Code.                            The University recognizes a                        the right to impose the provisions of this
                                                            responsibility to resolve behavior                 policy and apply further sanctions before
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    or after law enforcement agencies, courts,       tampering with fire or emergency                 off limits; unauthorized presence in any
    and other agencies have imposed                  equipment except when done with the              University facility after closing hours; or
    penalties or otherwise disposed of a case.       reasonable belief in the existence of a          unauthorized possession or use of a key
                                                     need therefore;                                  to any University facility;
II. Proscribed Conduct                            G. forgery, alteration, or misuse of             R. possession or use on campus of any
  A student shall be subject to disciplinary         University documents, records, or                firearm, dangerous weapon or
action or sanction upon violation of any of the      identification cards;                            incendiary device or explosive unless
following conduct proscriptions:                                                                      such possession or use has been
                                                  H. sexual assault in any form, including            authorized by the University;
 A. disruptive and disorderly conduct                acquaintance rape and other forced
    which interferes with the rights and             and/or nonconsensual sexual activity;         S. possession, use, or distribution on
    opportunities of other students to                                                                campus of any controlled substance as
    pursue their academic studies;                I. actual or attempted physical/emotional           defined by the laws of the United States
                                                     abuse of any person or conduct which             or the state of Washington except as
 B. academic dishonesty in all its forms             threatens or endangers the health and            expressly permitted by law;
    including, but not limited to:                   safety of any person or which
    1. cheating on tests;                            intentionally or recklessly causes a          T. violation of the University policy on
    2. copying from another student’s test           reasonable apprehension of harm to any           alcoholic beverages which states:
        paper;                                       person;                                          1. Persons twenty-one (21) years of age
    3. using materials during a test not                                                                 or older may possess and/or consume
        authorized by the person giving the       J. harassment of any sort or any malicious             alcoholic beverages within the privacy
        test;                                        act which causes harm to any person’s               of their residence hall rooms or
                                                     physical or mental well being;                      apartments. Washington state law
    4. collaboration with any other person
        during a test without authority;                                                                 provides severe penalties for the
                                                  K. recklessly engaging in conduct which                possession or consumption of
    5. knowingly obtaining, using, buying,
                                                     creates a substantial risk of physical
        selling, transporting, or soliciting in                                                          alcoholic beverages by persons under
                                                     harm to another person;
        whole or in part the contents of an                                                              twenty-one (21) years of age and for
        unadministered test or information                                                               persons who furnish alcoholic
                                                  L. creating noise in such a way as to
        about an unadministered test;                                                                    beverages to minors. All University
                                                     interfere with university functions or
    6. bribing any other person to obtain an                                                             students should be aware of these
                                                     using sound amplification equipment in
        unadministered test or information                                                               laws and the possible consequences of
                                                     a loud and raucous manner;
        about an unadministered test;                                                                    violations.
    7. substitution for another student or                                                            2. The University does not condone the
                                                  M.theft or malicious destruction, damage or
        permitting any other person to                                                                   consumption of alcoholic beverages by
                                                    misuse of University property, private
        substitute for oneself to take a test;                                                           minors at functions sponsored by
                                                    property of another member of the
    8. “plagiarism” which shall mean the                                                                 Central Washington University
                                                    University community, whether
        appropriation of any other person’s                                                              organizations. Organizations are held
                                                    occurring on or off campus; or theft or
        work and the unacknowledged                 malicious destruction, damage or misuse              responsible for the conduct of their
        incorporation of that work in one’s         on campus of property of a nonmember                 members at functions sponsored by
        own work offered for credit;                of the University community;                         the organization and for failure to
    9. “collusion” which shall mean the                                                                  comply with Washington state law.
        unauthorized collaboration with any       N. unauthorized seizure or occupation or            3. The Campus Judicial Council may
        other person in preparing work               unauthorized presence in any University             place on probation any organization or
        offered for credit.                          building or facility;                               prohibit a specific campus social
 C. filing a formal complaint with the Vice                                                              function when the consumption of
    President for Student Affairs with the        O. intentional disruption or obstruction of            alcoholic beverages has become a
    intention of falsely accusing another with       teaching, research, administration,                 problem of concern to the University.
    having violated a provision of this Code;        disciplinary proceedings, or other
                                                     University activities or programs             U. conduct which violates the University
 D. furnishing false information to any              whether occurring on or off campus or of         policies on computer use;
    University official, especially during the       activities or programs authorized or
    investigation of alleged violations of this     permitted by the University pursuant to        V. violation of clearly stated proscriptions in
    Code;                                           the provisions of this document;                  any published rule or regulation
                                                                                                      promulgated by any official campus
 E. furnishing false information to the                                                               committee or commission or council
                                                  P. intentional participation in a
    Campus Judicial Council with the intent                                                           acting within the scope of its authority;
                                                     demonstration which is in violation of
    to deceive, the intimidation of witnesses,
                                                     rules and regulations governing
    the destruction of evidence with the                                                           W. violation on campus of any state or
                                                     demonstrations promulgated by the
    intent to deny its presentation to the                                                            federal law or violation of any state or
                                                     University pursuant to the provisions of
    Campus Judicial Council or the willful                                                            federal law off campus while
                                                     this document;
    failure to appear before the Campus                                                               participating in any University-
    Judicial Council or the Vice President                                                            sponsored activity.
                                                  Q. unauthorized entry upon the property of
    when properly notified to appear;
                                                     the University or into a University
                                                     facility or any portion thereof which has     X. conspiracy to engage in hazing or
 F. intentionally setting off a fire alarm or                                                         participation in hazing of another.
                                                     been reserved, restricted in use, or placed
    reporting a fire or other emergency or
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      III. Initiation, Investigation                     authority to request the                   IV. Disciplinary Sanctions
                                                         commencement of the disciplinary
           and Disposition of                            proceedings provided for in this             The following definitions of disciplinary
                                                         chapter. A person filing a complaint       terms have been established and may be the
           Complaints                                    shall be complainant of record.            sanctions imposed by the Vice President for
                                                      2. Any student charged in a complaint         Student Affairs or by the Campus Judicial
      A. Philosophy                                                                                 Council.
         When student behavioral problems                shall receive written notification from
         occur, the University employs a team            the vice president. Such notice shall:
                                                                                                     A. Warning
         problem-solving approach. The Directors         a. inform the student that a complaint
                                                                                                        Notice in writing that the student has
         of Residential Services, Equal                     has been filed alleging that the            violated University rules or regulations
         Opportunity, Student Health and                    student violated specific provisions        or has otherwise failed to meet the
         Counseling Services, Center for Student            of the Student Judicial Code and the        University’s standard of conduct. Such
         Empowerment, University Relations, and             date of the violation(s);                   warning will contain the statement that
         the Chief of Police join the assistant and      b. set forth those provisions allegedly        continuation or repetition of the specific
         Associate Vice Presidents for Student              violated;                                   conduct involved or other misconduct
         Affairs in weekly meetings to review            c. specify a time and date the student         will normally result in one of the more
         Residence Hall Incident Reports filed by           is required to meet with the Vice           serious disciplinary actions described
         Living Group Advisors and Hall                     President or designee; and                  below.
         Managers, as well as Campus Police              d. inform the student that failure to
         Reports which cover both on- and off-              appear at the appointed time at the      B. Disciplinary Probation.
         campus students. This problem-solving              Vice President’s office may subject         Formal action specifying the conditions
         team then deals with student behavioral            the student to suspension from the          under which a student may continue to
         problems which constitute violations of            University.                                 be a student at the University including
                                                                                                        limitation of specified activities,
         this Code.
                                                      3. When the Vice President meets with             movement, or presence on the CWU
                                                         the student, the Vice President shall:         campus including restricted access to any
         The problem-solving team works
                                                         a. provide for the student a copy of           University building. The conditions
         together to suggest intervention                                                               specified may be in effect for a limited
         strategies which are considered to be               the Student Judicial Code;
                                                                                                        period of time or for the duration of the
         most appropriate and effective for              b. review the alleged violation with
                                                                                                        student’s attendance at the University.
         eliminating specific negative student               the student; and
         behaviors.                                      c. conduct an investigation into the
                                                                                                     C. Restitution.
                                                             alleged violation.                         An individual student may be required
      B. Process                                      4. Upon completion of the review with             to make restitution for damage or loss to
         Incidents which come to the attention of        the student and/or the investigation,          University or other property and for
         the problem-solving team may be                 the Vice President may:                        injury to persons. Failure to make
         addressed in one of the following ways:         a. drop the charges when they appear           restitution will result in suspension until
         1. no action;                                       to be invalid without substance or         payment is made.
         2. informal meetings with relevant                  capricious;
            University officials;                        b. issue a verbal warning;                  D.Suspension.
         3. referral to the residence hall               c. apply any of the sanctions as              Dismissal from the University and from
            arbitration council for resolving                outlined in Section IV if such            status as a student for a stated period.
            certain disputes within the residence            sanction is warranted by the              The notice suspending the student will
            halls;                                           evidence;                                 state in writing the term of the
         4. proceedings in the office of the Vice        d. refer the case to the Campus Judicial      suspension and any condition(s) that
            President for Student Affairs. Official          Council; or                               must be met before readmission is
                                                         e. invoke the summary suspension              granted. The student so suspended must
            proceedings in the Vice President’s
                                                             procedure as outlined in Section VII      demonstrate that the conditions for
            office are conducted when it becomes
                                                             when deemed appropriate.                  readmission have been met. There is to
            apparent to the problem-solving team
                                                      5. The Vice President shall inform the           be no refund of fees for the quarter in
            that the initial and more informal
                                                         student that only suspension and              which the action is taken, but fees paid in
            forms of intervention with a student                                                       advance for a subsequent quarter are to
            have been unsuccessful in positively         expulsion sanctions may be appealed
                                                                                                       be refunded.
            modifying a student’s behavior.              to the Campus Judicial Council, and
                                                         that if an appeal is made, the Vice
                                                                                                     E. Deferred Suspension.
      C. Investigation and Disposition                   President shall take no action nor
                                                                                                        Notice of suspension from the University
         of Complaints                                   make any determination, except for             with the provision that the student may
         The following rules will govern the             summary suspension, in the matter              remain enrolled contingent on meeting a
         processing of alleged violations of the         other than to inform the student of the        specified condition. Not meeting the
         proscribed conduct listed in the Student        time, date, and location of the                contingency shall immediately invoke
         Judicial Code.                                  proceeding by the Campus Judicial              the suspension for the period of time and
         1. A complaint alleging misconduct              Council.                                       under the conditions originally imposed.
            against any student at the University                                                    F. Expulsion.
            may be filed by anyone at the office of                                                     The surrender of all rights and privileges
            the Vice President for Student Affairs.                                                     of membership in the University
            Students, faculty members,                                                                  community and exclusion from the
            administrators and other employees of                                                       campus without any possibility for
            the University shall have concurrent                                                        return.
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G. For the specific instance of hazing,               recalled. The duties of the Chair are as     3. no case shall be heard unless the full
   forfeiture of any entitlement of state-            follows:                                        membership of the proceeding board
   funded grants, scholarships, or awards             a. to call regular and special meetings         is present;
   for a specified period of time.                        of the Council by notification to        4. all cases will be heard de novo,
                                                          members at least twenty-four (24)           whether the case be an appeal from a
                                                          hours in advance of the meeting             subsidiary judicial body or is heard as
V. Campus Judicial Council                                time, except in bona fide emergency         an original complaint.
                                                          situations;
   A. Purpose                                         b. to preside over all regular and         C. The Council Chair shall send written
   The Campus Judicial Council shall be the               special meetings;                         notice by certified mail of the
   principal campuswide judicial body with            c. to act as presiding officer at all         proceeding to the student’s last known
   jurisdiction over all students, whether                meetings of the proceeding board.         address. The notice shall contain:
   graduate or undergraduate, and student          3. Two of the faculty members and three          1. a statement of the date, time, place
   organizations and authority to hear all            of the student members of the Council            and nature of the proceeding;
   charges of misconduct. It has authority to         shall constitute a quorum.                    2. to the extent known, a list of witnesses
   impose the sanctions described in Section       4. The Vice President shall appoint a               who will appear; and
   IV. Other divisions of the University may          faculty member as a Judicial Council          3. a summary description of any
   elect to establish subsidiary judicial             Advisor whose duties shall be to:                documentary or other physical
   agencies over which the Campus Judicial            a. convene the Council; and                      evidence that would be presented by
   Council will have appellate jurisdiction.          b. advise the Council during all                 the University.
   Subsidiary judicial agencies or persons                meetings and hearings.
   levying sanctions should devise                                                               D. The student shall have all authority
   sanctions which are in proportion to both                                                        possessed by the University to obtain
   the nature and extent of the misconduct,                                                         information he/she specifically describes
   and which redress injury, damage,
                                                 VI. Procedures for                                 in writing and tenders to the Council
   expense, inconvenience and/or                     Proceeding Before                              Chair no later than two days prior to the
   grievance as far as possible. Appeal from                                                        proceeding or to request the presence of
   subsidiary councils or agencies must be           the Campus Judicial                            witnesses, or the production of other
                                                                                                    evidence relevant to the proceeding.
   made within five working days from the            Council                                        However, the University shall not be
   time of publication of findings by said
   subsidiary judicial agency. Failure to file   A. When a case is referred to the Campus           liable for information requested by the
   such an appeal will constitute and be            Judicial Council the Vice President             student or the presence of any witnesses
   construed as full acceptance by all parties      shall forward to the council:                   when circumstances beyond the control
   of the findings.                                 1. a statement describing the alleged           of the University prevent the obtaining of
                                                       misconduct;                                  such information or the attendance of
                                                    2. the name and address of the                  such witnesses at the proceeding.
B. Composition                                         complainant;
   The following rules govern the                   3. the name and address of the student       E. Proceedings will ordinarily be held in
   composition of the Campus Judicial                  charged; and                                 closed session unless the proceeding
   Council:                                         4. all relevant facts and statements.           board determines there is a compelling
   1. The Council shall consist of six faculty                                                      reason for the proceeding to be open, or
      members holding the rank of assistant      B. The Council Chair shall call a special          the student requests an open proceeding.
      professor or above, and eight students,       meeting of the Council and arrange for          A closed proceeding shall include only
      at least one of whom should be a              a proceeding in the following manner:           members of the proceeding board,
      graduate student if a graduate student        1. the Council shall determine the time         persons directly involved in the
      files for appointment to the Council.            and place of the proceeding, which           proceeding as parties and persons called
      a. The faculty members of the Council            shall be at least ten (10) days after        as witnesses.
          shall be designated in accordance            delivery of written notice to the
          with procedures established by the           student. In the interest of timeliness    F. The proceeding shall be audio tape
          Faculty Senate.                              and efficiency, upon the request of          recorded, and the tape shall be on file at
      b. The student members of the                    either the student or the Vice               the office of the Vice President for a
          Council shall be selected in                 President, this 10-day interval may be       period of three years.
          accordance with procedures                   waived by the Vice President, with the
          established by the constitution of           student’s permission. Time and place      G. The University shall be represented by
          the Associated Students of Central           shall be set to make the least               the Vice President who shall present the
          Washington University. Eight                 inconvenience for all interested             University’s case against the student.
          student members shall be                     parties. The Chair may change the
          appointed, each student being                time and place of the proceeding for      H. The student may be accompanied by
          appointed for a term of one                  sufficient cause;                            counsel, or another third party, who may
          calendar year. Terms of office for        2. the Council shall draw lots to               offer advice. If the student utilizes an
          students begin with the first day of         determine a proceeding board                 attorney as advisor, the student must
          instruction of the academic year for         consisting of five student names and         give the Vice President two days notice
          which the student is appointed.              three faculty names, with one student        of intent to do so. If the student elects to
   2. A Campus Judicial Council chair shall            and one faculty serving as alternates        be advised by an attorney, the Vice
      be elected at the first meeting each             to be available until the proceeding         President may elect to have the
      academic year and shall continue in              board has been constituted, and the          University advised by an Assistant
      office until the person resigns or is            chair who will act as the proceeding         Attorney General.
                                                       officer;
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      I. The Council Chair shall insure that:             the Student Judicial Code and the board’s        B. At the place and time designated for the
         1. the proceeding is held in an orderly          decision as to the appropriate sanction to          summary suspension proceeding the
            manner giving full care that the rights       be imposed.                                         Vice President shall:
            of all parties to a full, fair and                                                                1. consider the evidence relating
            impartial proceeding are maintained;       N. If a student charged with misconduct                   specifically to the probability of
         2. the charges and supporting evidence           under this code has been charged with a                danger to the student, to others on the
            or testimony shall be presented first,        crime for the same act or closely related              campus, or to property;
            and that there is full opportunity for        acts by federal, state, or local authorities,       2. provide the student with an
            the accused student to challenge the          or if it appears that such criminal charge             opportunity to show why continued
            testimony and/or evidence, and to             is under consideration, the Campus                     presence on campus does not
            cross examine appropriately;                  Judicial Council may postpone action on                constitute a danger to the physical and
         3. the student charged shall next present        the complaint until there has been a                   emotional well-being of self or others,
            evidence or testimony to refute the           disposition of the criminal charge or of               or a danger to property;
            charge, and that there is full                the consideration of filing such charge.            3. give immediate oral notice of the
            opportunity for the accuser to                However, prior to action by other                      decision to the student, followed by
            challenge testimony and/or evidence,          agencies, the Council may proceed to                   written notice; and
            and to cross examine appropriately;           hear and decide the case if in the                  4. if summary suspension is warranted,
            and                                           judgment of the misconduct and the                     summarily suspend the student for no
         4. only those materials and matters              circumstances surrounding it pose a                    more than 15 working days with a
            presented at the proceeding will be           serious risk to the health or well-being of            Judicial Council proceeding of the
            considered as evidence. The presiding         the student or other members of the                    allegations to have commenced by the
            officer shall exclude incompetent,            University. If there is a determination of             end of the suspension period.
            irrelevant, immaterial, and unduly            guilt by the Council and if the
            repetitious evidence.                         subsequent criminal proceedings result           C. If a student has been instructed by the
                                                          in a judgment of acquittal, the student             Vice President to appear for summary
      J. Any person disruptive of the proceeding          may petition the Campus Judicial                    suspension proceedings and then fails to
                                                          Council for a rehearing.                            appear at the time designated, the Vice
         or any other procedure described in this
                                                                                                              President may suspend the student from
         document shall be excluded from the
                                                                                                              the University, and shall give written
         process by the chair of the Campus
         Judicial Council or by the Vice President
                                                       VII. Summary Suspension                                notice of suspension to the student at the
                                                                                                              student’s last address of record on file
         using such means as are necessary to               Proceedings                                       with the University.
         insure an orderly process. Any student
                                                        The Vice President may summarily suspend
         engaging in such interference shall be in
                                                      any student from the University pending              D. During the period of summary
         contempt and may be summarily
                                                      investigation, action or prosecution of charges         suspension, the suspended student shall
         suspended from the University by the
                                                      of an alleged proscribed conduct violation or           not enter the campus of the University
         Campus Judicial Council or the Vice
                                                      violations, if the Vice President has reason to         other than to meet with the Vice
         President immediately. The student shall
                                                      believe that the student’s physical or                  President. However, the Vice President
         be subject to a suspension or any lesser
                                                      emotional safety and well-being, or the safety          may grant the student special permission
         sanction as may be determined by the                                                                 for the express purpose of meeting with
                                                      and well-being of other University
         Campus Judicial Council or the Vice                                                                  faculty, staff, or students in preparation
                                                      community members, or the protection of
         President at the time the interference                                                               for a proceeding before the Campus
                                                      property requires such suspension.
         takes place or within fifteen (15) working                                                           Judicial Council.
         days thereafter.                              A. If the Vice President finds it necessary to
                                                          exercise the authority to summarily
      K. The student has a right to a fair and
         impartial proceeding but the student’s
                                                          suspend a student the Vice President
                                                          shall:
                                                                                                           VIII. Readmission After
         failure to cooperate with or attend a           1. give to the student an oral or written               Suspension
         proceeding procedure shall not preclude             notice of intent to determine if
         the committee from making its finding of                                                           Any student suspended from the University
                                                             summary suspension is an
         facts, conclusions, and recommendations.                                                         under the provisions of the Student Judicial
                                                             appropriate action;
         Failure by the student to cooperate may                                                          Code may be readmitted upon expiration of
                                                         2. give an oral or written notice of the
         be taken into consideration by the                                                               the time period specified in the document of
                                                             alleged misconduct and violation(s) to
         Campus Judicial Council and the Vice                                                             original suspension.
                                                             the student;
         President in deciding the appropriate           3. give an oral or written explanation of
         disciplinary action.                                                                             If circumstances warrant reconsideration of
                                                             the evidence in support of the
                                                                                                          the suspension prior to its time of expiration,
                                                             charge(s) to the student;
      L. Upon conclusion of the proceeding, the                                                           the student may be readmitted following
                                                         4. given an oral or written notice of the
         proceeding board in closed session shall                                                         approval of a written petition submitted to
                                                             time and place of the summary
         consider all the evidence presented and                                                          the Vice President. Such petitions must state
                                                             suspension proceeding before the Vice
                                                                                                          reasons which either provide new evidence
         decide by majority vote to exonerate the            President;
                                                                                                          concerning the situation which resulted in the
         student or to impose one of the sanctions       5. determine a time for the summary
                                                                                                          suspension, or demonstrate that earlier
         authorized by this document.                        suspension proceeding to be held
                                                                                                          readmission is in the best interest of the
                                                             within 36 hours; and
                                                                                                          student and the University. Approval for
      M. The student shall be provided with a            6. give an oral or written explanation of
                                                                                                          such readmission must be given by the Vice
        copy of the board’s findings of fact and             the summary suspension which may
                                                                                                          President or by the Campus Judicial Council.
        conclusions regarding whether the                    be imposed on the student.
        student did violate any rule or rules of
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Students who have been suspended and
whose suspension upon appeal is found to           Appendix D                                               1. REQUESTING ACCOMMODATION:
                                                                                                               Students wishing to request
have been unwarranted shall be provided full       I. Accommodation Policy                                     accommodation are responsible for
opportunity to reestablish their academic and                                                                  initiating contact with Disability
student standing to the extent possible within        for Students with                                        Support Services.
the abilities of the University, including an         Disabilities
opportunity to retake examinations or                                                                       2. DOCUMENTATION: Students are
otherwise complete course offerings missed                                                                     responsible for providing
by reason of such action.                            Title II of the Americans With Disabilities               documentation that includes the
                                                   Act of 1990, the Washington state law against               names and results of all tests used to
                                                   discrimination, RCW 49.60, RCW 28B.10.910-                  diagnose the disability, describes the

Appendix C                                         914, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
                                                   of 1973 prohibit discrimination against
                                                                                                               nature and effect of the disability, and
                                                                                                               makes suggestions of specific
                                                   persons of disability on the basis of disability.           accommodations that would provide
I. Academic Appeals                                Central Washington University is committed                  the student access to University
(Complete policy available in the Office of the    to providing reasonable accommodations to                   programs, activities, and services. This
Vice President for Student Affairs.)               all qualified persons of disability to ensure               documentation is confidential medical
                                                   access to programs, activities, and services.               information and will be maintained in
 A. Academic grievances are defined as the                                                                     separate files in Disability Support
    following:                                      A. Definitions                                             Services.
    1. a claim by the student that an assigned         To be considered disabled, a student
       grade is the result of arbitrary or             must have a physical, mental, or sensory          B. Provision of Academic
       capricious application of otherwise             condition that significantly affects one or          Accommodations
       valid standards of academic                     more of life’s major functions (i.e.,                1. Disability Support Servicesis
       evaluation; or                                  walking, talking, hearing, seeing,                       responsible for:
    2. a claim by the student that the                 working, learning, etc.).                              a. assessing the effect of a student’s
       standards for evaluation are arbitrary                                                                     disability on his/her ability to access
       or capricious; or                                                                                          the educational process;
                                                       A student is considered qualified if the
    3. a claim by the student that the                                                                        b. identifying accommodations that the
                                                       student: 1) meets all eligibility criteria, 2)
       instructor has taken an arbitrary or                                                                       University will provide to ensure
                                                       is able to (with or without
       capricious action which adversely                                                                          that CWU’s programs, activities,
                                                       accommodation) perform the essential
       affects the student’s academic                                                                             and services are accessible;
                                                       functions of the program or activity, and
       progress; or                                                                                           c. communicating procedures that
                                                       3) is able to benefit from a service.
    4. a claim by the student that a                                                                              outline
       University department, program, or                                                                        1) student and university
                                                       The term accommodation means any                              responsibilities, and
       office has made a decision not in
                                                       change or adjustment that makes it                        2) set time lines for requests and
       keeping with University policy or
                                                       possible for a student of disability to                       delivery of accommodations;
       taken an arbitrary, capricious, or
                                                       participate in a program or activity, or               d. providing services to help faculty
       discriminatory action which adversely
                                                       benefit from a service.                                    and staff accommodate the needs of
       affects the student’s academic
       progress.                                                                                                  students.
                                                       The term reasonable means that provision             2. The studentis responsible for:
 B. A student wishing to pursue an academic            of the required accommodation will not                 a. making the appropriate people on
    grievance must take the following steps            result in: 1) an undue financial hardship,                 campus aware of his/her need and
    to try to resolve the grievance prior to the       2) an undue administrative hardship, or                    eligibility for accommodation in a
    filing of an official academic appeal:             3) a fundamental alteration to the nature                  timely manner;
    1. the student shall first attempt to              of the program.                                        b. Working with the faculty, staff, and
        resolve the matter with the instructor;                                                                   Disability Support Services to
    2. if resolution is not achieved between           Please note that a decision not to provide                 determine how the accommodation
        the student and instructor, the student        accommodation:                                             will be provided;
        shall ask the department chair to              a. must take into consideration fiscal                 c. following policies and procedures
        resolve the grievance;                            resources of the entire University,                     set forth by the University and by
    3. if resolution is not achieved at the            b. must be explained in writing by the                     Disability Support Services.
        department chair level, the chair shall           University President,                         NOTE:
        forward a written summary to the               c. must be defended by the University if          1. The University has no obligation to
        dean of the school or college in a                legally challenged.                               accommodate a student who fails to
        further effort to achieve resolution;                                                               establish eligibility with Disability
    4. if resolution is not achieved at this                                                                Support Services.
        point, the student may petition for a      II. Accommodation                                     2. The University reserves the right to
        hearing before the Board of Academic                                                                suspend accommodations to students
        Appeals. (An appointment should be
                                                       Procedures                                           who abuse services or fail to follow
                                                     The following procedures have been                     University policies/procedures.
        made to meet with the Associate or
                                                   established in a sincere effort to accommodate        3. If failure to use an accommodation
        Assistant Vice President for Student
                                                   students of disability:                                  results in damage to CWU equipment,
        Affairs to obtain the necessary forms
        and information relative to filing the                                                              the student will be held responsible for
                                                    A. Establishing Eligibility for                         the repair or replacement of the damaged
        petition.)
                                                       Accommodation                                        equipment.
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       4. The facultyand/or staffis responsible                   student’s ability (with or without             standing.
          for:                                                    accommodation) to acquire the skills        C. The field experience is directly related to
          a. working with the student and                         that comprise the essential elements           the student's major field of study and/or
             Disability Support Services to identify              of an academic program/course;                 career goal.
             an effective means of providing                      and                                         D.The student has completed the
             requested accommodations;                        b. review essential elements that                  appropriate prerequisite courses and
          b. providing requested accommodations.                  present barriers to ensure that those          possesses the skills and knowledge
                                                                  elements are essential and not                 required for placement in a suitable level
      NOTE: To assist faculty and staff in the                    discriminatory against students of             of field experience as determined by the
      provision of requested accommodations,                      disability.                                    student’s department.
      Disability Support Services office has              D.Grievance                                         E. The student must have a department
      programs to provide print materials in                Any student who believes that she/he                 faculty cooperative education (co-op)
      alternative formats, administer alternative           has been discriminated against on the                advisor for enrollment in a Cooperative
      examination, furnish sign language                    basis of disability may file a grievance in          Education course.
      interpreters, etc. If for any reason the faculty      the Office for Equal Opportunity, Room            F. The student’s field experience is a
      or staff decides not to utilize service provided      211, Barge Hall (phone: 963-2205 or TDD              practical position where the student is
      by Disability Support Services, the                   963-2007). Grievances may be pursued                 actively engaged in hands-on learning,
      faculty/staff member and their department             either formally or informally. A list of             not just observing.
      will assume administrative and fiscal                 state and federal agencies which
      responsibility for ensuring that the student’s
      need for accommodations are met.
                                                            investigate alleged violations of disability
                                                            law is also available in the Office for
                                                                                                              III. Program Enrollment
                                                                                                              A. Register on the Career Services website at
                                                            Equal Opportunity.
                                                                                                                 www.cwu.edu/~career. Prior to
       C. Determination of Qualified
                                                                                                                 registration, call or visit Career Services
          1. The student must meet all prerequisite
                                                                                                                 in Barge 204 to initiate registration.
             and eligibility criteria as set forth by
             the department unless that criteria is      Appendix E                                           B. Students must complete a formal
                                                                                                                 learning agreement with a learning plan
             discriminatory on the basis of
             disability.
                                                         Cooperative Education                                   that contains relevant objectives and
                                                                                                                 activities. The agreement form
          2. The student must be capable of
                                                                                                                 constitutes a field study plan that
             performing the essential elements of        I. Introduction                                         includes a description of academic
             the program. If in question, the              The Cooperative Education experience is               requirements such as term paper/
             student is responsible for working          offered through the Career Services
             with the academic department,                                                                       project(s), assigned readings, research
                                                         department in conjunction with academic                 project/thesis, progress reports, final
             appropriate faculty/staff, and the          departments. The Cooperative Education
             Disability Support Services director to                                                             report, etc. The Learning Agreement
                                                         Program is an educational plan designed to              must be endorsed by the employer/
             determine if s/he (with or without          integrate classroom study with planned,                 supervisor, the student, the faculty co-op
             accommodation) can do the essential         supervised, and evaluated employment                    advisor, department chair, and the
             elements of an academic                     experience linking academic programs with               Associate Director of Cooperative
             program/course.                             students’ career goals and interests. It offers
          3. The academic department/ faculty are                                                                Education.
                                                         undergraduate and graduate students a                C. The student must submit a completed
             responsible for:                            unique opportunity to combine career, social
            a. identifying the essential elements for                                                            Cooperative Education Learning
                                                         and personal growth with the educational                Agreement form to Career Services to
               each academic program/course.             process.                                                complete the registration process for
               This should be done prior to the           Cooperative Education has a profound effect            enrollment in the Cooperative Education
               time that an academic program             on the way learning takes place because it is           course.
               and/or course is offered. The             interactive and reinforcing. Academic studies
               essential elements of an academic                                                              D. Cooperative Education courses are
                                                         and field experiences connect to produce an             numbered 290, 490, and 590. Credits are
               program/course are the key skills,        overall learning environment that gives
               knowledge, or abilities that the                                                                  variable 1-5 for 290, 1-12 for 490, and 1-8
                                                         relevance to students’ educational programs             for 590 level courses.
               program/course is designed to             and direction to their career development.           E. A freshman should complete at least 45
               teach the student. When identifying       Students ascribe new value to what is learned           credits at CWU prior to enrolling in the
               the essential elements, faculty           in the classroom because, either in principle           Cooperative Education course. A
               should focus on the desired               or practice, they are applying it to the test of a
               outcome, not the process used to                                                                  transfer student should complete at least
                                                         real job. The added ingredient for learning is          15 credits at CWU and have a total of 45
               reach that outcome.
                                                         experience.                                             credits, including transfer credits, prior
            b. working with the student and
                                                                                                                 to enrolling in the Cooperative
               Disability Support Services director
               to determine if a student’s disability    II. Qualifying Parameters                               Education course.
                                                                                                              F. The student should complete a
               would prevent him/her from doing
               (with or without accommodation)
                                                          for Student Participation                              minimum of 90 credit hours with 10 or
               the essential elements of an               The following are the University’s                     more credits in his/her major to be
                                                         minimum requirements (departments may                   eligible for enrollment in the 490 level
               academic program/course.
          4. The Disability Support Services             have additional requirements) for student               course. Departments may have
                                                         participation:                                          additional requirements for this level of
             director is responsible for working
                                                          A. The student is enrolled and pursuing a              experience.
             with a student, academic department,
                                                              degree at Central Washington University.        G. A student who desires a career
             faculty to:
                                                          B. The student is in good academic                     exploration experience, or who has not
            a. review the determination of a
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   declared a major, is limited to enrolling    V. Student Supervision                            D. Students may propose their own
   for the Cooperative Education course at                                                           placement site to the Faculty Co-op
   the 290 level.                                and Coordination                                    Advisor who determines the suitability
H. The student may reenroll for the             A. Daily supervision of the student is to be         of the placement with a given employer
   Cooperative Education course, but, in           provided by the cooperating                       for Cooperative Education credit.
   no case will a student be allowed to            company/agency work supervisor who             E. Students may find a “regular” position
   count more than 10 credits at the 290           will be identified prior to the field             that can double as a co-op experience if
   level nor more than 20 total credits            experience.                                       there is sufficient challenge and
   toward graduation requirements. No           B. Cooperative Education courses shall be            opportunity for learning that can justify
   more than 10 credits are accepted in            under the direct guidance, direction,             university credit. Some students work
   transfer. No more than 8 credits may be         and coordination of a faculty co-op               with their current employer to offer new
   applied to a graduate degree.                   advisor as part of the regular teaching           assignments or responsibilities that
I. Cooperative Education courses may be            load. Credit for faculty load shall               could qualify as a co-op experience.
   repeated if field experience learning           comply with faculty code, Part 4, Section         Decisions on whether the experience
   objectives and activities are distinctly        7.20, B, 1, a, (3) of the current (1992)          warrants university credit rest with the
   different from previous work or field           code. The faculty co-op advisor is                academic department and the
   experience.                                     available to the student in the field. The        coordinating faculty.
                                                   faculty advisor arranges and coordinates       F. The placement must conform to
IV. Awarding of Credits                            visitations/contacts with the                     affirmative action and EEO/Title
A. Cooperative Education credits are to be         employer/supervisor and the student a             IX/ADA guidelines.
   awarded on the basis of quality,                minimum of twice each quarter. The
   magnitude, and the level of learning            faculty co-op advisor keeps a file on         VII. Position Description
   (learning plan, relevant objective and          each student’s work (term
   activities) that take place during the          paper/project(s), final report, etc.) with         for Field Experience
   field experience.                               his/her department office.                      The cooperating employer/agency must
B. For University standardization practice,     C. The Career Services office is an              agree to provide a written description of
   credits are awarded using a minimum of          academic support service which                field experience tasks, identify a field
   40 or more clock hours of approved field        facilitates the advising of students in the   supervisor and submit his/her qualifications
   experience for each credit hour earned.         placement and cooperative education           to the appropriate university department
   Clock hours will include time spent to          process; the development and sharing of       and the Office of Cooperative Education
   complete the work phase and the                 employment information to students            prior to approval of the Learning
   academic phase (term paper/project(s),          among departments; marketing the              Agreement.
   journal or log, progress reports,               program; maintaining program
   assigned readings, final report, etc.) of       direction, sustaining quality control for
   the field experience.
C. An appropriate means for evaluation
                                                   the program; conducting program
                                                   research, assessment, and evaluation;
                                                                                                 VIII. Student
   (progress reports, performance                  and providing training and                          Compensation
   evaluations, final report, etc.) of the         development opportunities for faculty          A. Paid field experience positions are
   learning is established between the             co-op advisors and staff.                         sought where possible and practicable.
   student, the employer, and the faculty       D.The Career Services office staff is             B. Unpaid positions may be used but are
   co-op advisor.                                  available for field visitations/contacts          limited to the equivalent of working
D.The student will be awarded an S/U               when suitable faculty representation is           full-time for one quarter (approximately
   grade (letter grade optional with               not available or upon request of the              400 hours).
   approval of faculty co-op advisor) for          faculty co-op advisor or department            C. Students should not be put in a position
   the Cooperative Education course.               chair.                                            where they are exploited as a source of
E. If the field experience is terminated by                                                          cheap labor, replace or are in direct
   the employer or academic department,
   the student will not receive credit.
                                                VI. Student Placement                                competition with regular employees.
                                                                                                  D. Participation in Cooperative Education
F. Credit will not be given for previous          Process                                            unpaid experiences should not become
   field or work-study experience.              A. The placement process is intended to be           an undue financial burden for the
G. Credit for the Cooperative Education            a real-life job seeking experience for the        student or be the cause of the student
   course will be awarded for the quarter          student, including competition for                withdrawing from the University for
   in which the majority of hours for the          positions.                                        financial reasons.
   experience were acquired. (This is           B. The Career Services office advises
   applicable for co-op experiences that           students in the placement process
   carry into multiple quarters.)                  through the maintenance of past
                                                                                                 IX. Program Evaluation
H. If the student leaves the field experience      internship placements and current              A. Paid field experience positions are
   prior to completion of the hours,               listings that are submitted by employers.         sought where possible and practical.
   objectives, and/or academic                     In addition, the staff is available to         B. Unpaid positions may be used but are
   requirements, no credit will be received        provide assistance with resumes, cover            limited to the equivalent of working a
   and a grade of Incomplete or                    letters, job search techniques, and               full-time quarter.
   Unsatisfactory will be awarded. Grading         interviewing tips.                             C. Students should not be placed in a
   and award of credit is based solely on       C. The student should check with their               position where they are exploited as a
   completion of the agreed-upon                   faculty advisor for internship leads as           source of cheap labor, replace or are in
   parameters (hours, objectives, academic         many departments have developed their             direct competition with regular
   requirements) set forth in the Learning         own internship connections.                       employees.
   Agreement.
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       D. Participation in Cooperative Education          and other drugs on campus has been                   has become a problem of concern to
          unpaid experiences should not become            developed in keeping with Washington                 the University.
          an undue financial burden for the               State law and the Governor’s policy on          (16) Violation of clearly stated
          student or be the cause of the student          alcoholism and drug dependency.                    proscriptions in any published rule or
          withdrawing from the University for             Washington State laws are described in             regulation promulgated by any
          financial reasons.                              the Revised Code of Washington and the             official campus committee or
       E. Health, accident, and disability                Washington Administrative Code.                    commission or council acting within
          insurance are the responsibility of the         Members of the University community                the scope of its authority.
          student, and if not provided by the             may review these documents at the               (17) Violation on campus of any state or
          employing agency, should be purchased           University library. For example, state             federal law or violation of any state or
          individually.                                   laws regulate behavior such as the                 federal law off campus while
       F. Central Washington University is not            consumption of alcohol in public places,           participating in any University-
          responsible for liability or malpractice        the furnishing of liquor to minors, the            sponsored activity.
          insurance for individual students. If           illegal purchase of alcohol, and the
          such coverage is desired but is not             distribution of controlled substances, to     C. Proscribed Employee Conduct.
          provided by the co-op agency, students          name a few. A brief description of               As a condition of employment at the
          may wish to arrange individual                  applicable local, state, and federal laws        University, all employees will abide by
          coverage.                                       is provided in Addendum A. The                   the terms of the Drug Free Workplace
       G.Students receiving financial aid must            University Policy assumes that                   Act of 1988 which prohibits the
          check with the Financial Aid Office prior       individuals of the University                    unlawful manufacture, distribution,
          to accepting a paid placement. A paid           community have read, understood, and             dispensing, possession, or use of a
          placement could impact the financial aid        agree to abide by these local, state, and        controlled substance in the university
          entitlement the following year. Students        federal laws.                                    workplace. This Act also requires that
          receiving financial aid must be sure their                                                       employees notify their supervisor of any
                                                        B. Proscribed Student Conduct.                     criminal drug statute conviction for a
          academic responsibilities for their co-op
                                                           According to the Washington                     violation occurring in the workplace no
          experience are completed by the end of
                                                           Administrative Code        (WAC 106-120-        later than five days after the conviction.
          the registered quarter. Any student with
                                                           027), a student shall be subject to
          an “Incomplete” grade at the time of
                                                           disciplinary action or sanction upon            In addition, University employees (i.e.,
          financial awards for the next quarter
                                                           violation of any of the following conduct       faculty, staff, administrators, and
          jeopardizes their position to receive their
                                                           proscriptions:                                  student staff) are obligated to work
          financial aid.
                                                           (14) Possession, use, or distribution on        effectively and cooperatively in their
       H. If the student is receiving financial aid,          campus of any controlled substance           positions. Responsibility to improve
          Federal Law requires that any income be             as defined by the laws of the United
          declared. If the student is employed and                                                         substandard performance or to correct
                                                              States or the state of Washington
          completes a W-4 form, this reporting                                                             unacceptable work behavior rests with
                                                              except as expressly permitted by law.
          will occur through regular employment                                                            the individual employee, regardless of
                                                           (15) Violation of the university policy on
          withholding and a W-2 form at tax time.                                                          the underlying causative factors or
                                                              alcoholic beverages which states:
          If the student does not complete a W-4                                                           circumstances that may be present.
                                                             a. Persons twenty-one years of age or
          form for the employer, they must                                                                 While alcoholism and/or other drug
                                                                older may possess and/or consume
          declare their income with the Financial                                                          dependencies may be among the factors
                                                                alcoholic beverages within the
          Aid Office through a specific form that                                                          contributing to an employee’s job
                                                                privacy of their residence hall
          is available from the Financial Aid                                                              performance problems, it remains the
                                                                rooms or apartments. Washington
          Office.                                                                                          responsibility of the individual
                                                                State law provides severe penalties
                                                                                                           employee to seek appropriate treatment.
                                                                for the possession or consumption
                                                                                                           Failure to correct unsatisfactory job
                                                                of alcoholic beverages by persons
      Appendix F                                                under twenty-one years of age and          performance or behavior, for whatever
                                                                                                           reason, will result in appropriate
                                                                for persons who furnish alcoholic
      Drug and Alcohol Policy                                   beverages to minors. All University        disciplinary action, ranging from
                                                                students should be aware of these          verbal/written reprimand to
      (Complete policy available in the office of
                                                                laws and the possible consequences         termination of employment.
      the Vice President for Student Affairs)
                                                                of violations.
                                                             b. The University does not condone            University employees are expected to be
      I. Policies and Procedures                                the consumption of alcoholic               familiar with the University policies or
        The purpose of this section is to briefly                                                          codes that pertain to their employment
                                                                beverages by minors at functions
      summarize the key points of the University                                                           on campus. Policies concerning the
                                                                sponsored by Central Washington
      policy regarding the distribution, possession,                                                       behavior of employees are contained in
                                                                University organizations.
      and use of alcohol and other drugs. In order                                                         one or more of the following sources:
                                                                Organizations are held responsible
      to comply with the requirements of the                                                               The Exempt Employees Code of
                                                                for the conduct of their members at
      Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act                                                                Personnel Policies and Procedures, the
                                                                functions sponsored by the
      and the Drug-Free Workplace Act, a                                                                   Faculty Code of Personnel Policies and
                                                                organization and for failure to
      complete description of relevant laws,                                                               Procedures, and the Higher Education
                                                                comply with the Washington state
      procedures, sanctions, and prevention                                                                Personnel Board Rule. Faculty members
                                                                law.
      information is provided in the Addenda that                                                          should be aware that the Drug and
                                                             c. The campus judicial council may
      follow this summary.                                                                                 Alcohol Policy is an official University
                                                                place on probation any
        A. Legal Issues.                                                                                   policy; as such, violations of this policy
                                                                organization or prohibit a specific
           The University’s policy regarding the                                                           are subject to the sanctions described in
                                                                campus social function when the
           possession and consumption of alcohol                                                           Sections 10.20 and 10.25 of the Faculty
                                                                consumption of alcoholic beverages
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   Code. Sanctions for the willful violation        encouraged to share information               7.40.04 Liquor is not allowed in public
   by civil service employees of published          regarding professional treatment                   places; this includes all property owned
   institutional regulations are included in        services with the employees on a regular           by the City of Ellensburg to include
   HEPB WAC 251-11-030. Administrative              basis. Pamphlets describing available              parks.
   exempt personnel are referred to Section         services are available from the CWU           7.40.08 It is illegal to sell liquor to any
   3.04 of the Exempt Employees Code for            department of personnel services or                person that appears to be under the
   sanctions resulting from the willful             from the Wellness Coordinator. See                 influence of liquor.
   violation of published institutional             Addendum D for a description of               7.40.12 No person shall give or supply
   guidelines.                                      professional drug treatment and                    liquor to a minor.
                                                    counseling resources.                         7.40.13 Sale of tobacco products to minors
D. Problem Solving Committee/Student                                                                   (under 18 years of age) is not permitted,
   Assistance Program.                           F. Serving Alcoholic Beverages on                     signs shall be posted stating the same.
   In order to promote the health and well-         Campus.                                       7.40.14 It is unlawful to possess
   being of our student population, the             University departments and student                 Marihuana, any part of the plant, its
   University employs a student assistance          organizations are encouraged not to                seeds or resin.
   program when dealing with student                involve alcoholic beverages in any            7.40.1    It shall be a gross Misdemeanor to
   alcohol and other drug abuse problems.           sponsored function. If they choose to do           be in possession of drug paraphernalia.
   Any student may take advantage of the            so, they are urged to consider the effects    7.40.20 Purchase or consumption of liquor
   services through self-referral or referral       and the responsibility they assume in              by a minor is unlawful.
   by other students, staff, or faculty. The        making such decisions. If the members         7.40.22 It is unlawful for a minor to
   services can aid in assessing the                of the department or organization                  frequent taverns, cocktail lounges or
   seriousness of a substance                       choose to include alcoholic beverages in           other establishments dispensing
   abuse/behavioral problem, identify               their functions, they must comply with             intoxicating liquor.
   healthy alternatives for dealing with a          all local and state laws, as well as          7.40.26 It is unlawful to leave children in a
   problem, and make referrals to the               specified liquor guidelines.                       parked automobile while in a tavern.
   appropriate services and/or treatment
   programs. The committee also                     All groups and organizations                                    Chapter 8.2
   coordinates case management and                  sponsoring social events held on the          The city of Ellensburg has adopted by
   follow-up services for those in recovery         CWU campus and all recognized                 reference Chapter 46.90 RCW relating to the
   and/or recently completing substance             University groups holding events off          “Washington Model Traffic Ordinance.”
   abuse treatment.                                 campus which involve the serving and
                                                    consumption of alcoholic beverages are                Kittitas County Alcohol and
   For a complete description of resources          obliged to comply with the procedures                      Drug Abuse Policy
   please see Addenda C and D.                      and guidelines outlined in Addendum           10.32.030    (3) It is unlawful to operate any
                                                    E.                                                snowmobile while under the influence
E. Employee Advisory Services (509 482-                                                               of alcohol or other drugs.
                                                 G.Advertisement.                                 10.37.040    It is unlawful for any person to
   2686).
                                                   There will be no marketing or                      operate any nonhighway vehicle while
   Alcoholism and drug dependency are
                                                   advertising of alcoholic beverages on the          under the influence of alcohol or other
   defined as illness that interfere with an
                                                   Central Washington University campus,              drugs.
   employee’s ability to perform assigned
                                                   except as allowed by state law. The
   work satisfactorily or that adversely
                                                   University name will not be associated                            Chapter 9.12
   affect job behavior. Employees are
                                                   with the advertising of alcoholic              9.12.030 (f) It is unlawful for any person to
   encouraged to voluntarily seek expert                                                               operate any vessel or manipulate any
                                                   beverages.
   assistance for alcoholism, drug                                                                     water skis, surfboards or similar device
                                                 H.Policy Implementation and
   dependency, or any other job-impairing                                                              while under the influence of intoxicating
                                                   Application.
   personal problem. Assistance is                                                                     liquor or narcotic or habit-forming
                                                   This policy applies to allmembers of the
   available through a variety of                                                                      drugs.
                                                   Central Washington University
   professional resources on campus and in         community at all events sponsored by
   the community. Questions regarding                                                                    Washington State Law (Revised
                                                   the University and/or held in any
   medical insurance coverage for                  University facility. It is expected that the               Code of Washington)
   professional services should be referred        University policy regarding alcohol and        69.41.030    It shall be unlawful for any
   to the employee’s medical plan                  other drugs will be applied in a                   person to sell, deliver, or possess any
   provider.                                       consistent manner.                                 legend drug except upon the order or
                                                                                                      prescription of a physician.
   Supervisors are required to identify,                        ADDENDUM A                        69.41.040    A prescription, in order to be
   document, and attempt to correct all          Applicable Local, State, and Federal Laws            effective in legalizing the possession of a
   employee job performance and/or work         Provided below is a brief description of              legend drug, must be issued for a
   behavior problems, using standard            local, state, and federal laws that apply to          legitimate medical purpose by one
   corrective action procedures outlined in     alcohol and other drugs. This is not intended         authorized to prescribe the use of such
   either personnel policies or the Faculty     as a direct quotation of the RCW or other             drugs.
   and Administrative Exempt Codes.             laws. Further information about local, state,     69.41.340    Student athletes found using
   They should not diagnose alcoholism,         and federal laws can be found in the CWU              steroids will lose their eligibility to
   drug dependency, or any other complex        Library.                                              participate in school-sponsored athletic
   medical-behavioral problem. However,                      The City of Ellensburg                   events.
   corrective effects may include referral to                     Chapter 7.40                    69.50.401    It is unlawful for any person to
   professional treatment resources at any               Drugs and Intoxicating Liquor                manufacture, deliver, or possess with
   time during the process. Supervisors are                                                           intent to manufacture or deliver a
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          controlled substance. Penalties for this         shall be subject to seizure, forfeiture,           injury within three years after an
          law are based on the quantity and the            and disposition in the same manner as              accident involving alcohol the person
          schedule of the drug involved similar to         are controlled substances.                         that caused the damage can be charged
          the federal law.                             66.44.100    No person shall open the                  with vehicular homicide.
      69.50.403     It is unlawful to falsify any          package containing liquor or consume
          information related to drug                      liquor in a public place.                                      ADDENDUM B
          manufacturing or distribution or to          66.44.130    Every person who sells by the             University Sanctions for Violations of
          attempt to obtain a controlled substance         drink or bottle any liquor shall be guilty              Proscribed Student Conduct
          by fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, or          of violation of this title (exceptions as      Official University action will be taken when
          subterfuge or by forgery or alteration of        permitted by law).                             violation of state law or University policy
          a prescription.                              66.44.170    It is illegal to possess liquor       regarding alcohol and other illicit drugs
      69.50.406     Distribution to persons under          with the intent to sell with out proper        occur. Repeated violations carry more
          age eighteen is punishable by a fine and         license.                                       significant consequences. The vice
          imprisonment of up to twice the              66.44.200    No person shall sell any liquor       president’s office may include in the
          authorized amount.                               to any person apparently under the             sanction mandated contact with the
      69.50.408     Second or subsequent offenses          influence on liquor.                           prevention coordinator and/or direct
          may be fined and imprisoned for twice        66.44.250    It is unlawful to drink on a          referral for assessment through the Alcohol
          the normal amount allowed by law.                public conveyance, i.e.. bus or train          Drug Dependency Service (ADDS) in Kittitas
      69.50.410     It is unlawful for any person to       except as permitted by law.                    County. If alcohol or other drug abuse is a
          sell for profit any controlled substance     66.44.270    It is unlawful to sell or give        related factor in the violation of other
          or counterfeit substance classified in the       liquor to a minor, any person under the        proscribed conduct the same mandate may
          schedule of drugs.                               age of twenty-one. It is unlawful for any      be considered appropriate.
      69.50.412     It is unlawful for any person to       person under the age of twenty-one             Following are the sanctions available as they
          use paraphernalia to plant, propagate,           years to possess, consume, or otherwise        appear in the CWU Student Judicial Code:
          cultivate, grow, harvest, manufacture,           acquire any liquor.                              1. Warning. Notice in writing that the
          compound, convert, produce, process,         66.44.280    It is unlawful for a minor to              student has violated University rules or
          prepare, test, analyze, pack, repack,            attempt to apply for a permit.                      regulations or has otherwise failed to
          store, contain, conceal, inject, ingest,     66.44.290    It is unlawful for a minor to              meet the University’s standard of
          inhale, or otherwise introduce into the          attempt to buy liquor.                              conduct. Such warning will contain the
          body a controlled substance. This is a       66.44.291    Every person that is guilty of a           statement that continuation or repetition
          misdemeanor. It is unlawful for any              violation of RCW 66.44.290 is guilty of a           of the specific conduct involved or other
          person to deliver, possess with the              misdemeanor and will be punished                    misconduct will normally result in one
          intent to deliver or manufacture with            according to the law and fined a                    of the more serious disciplinary actions
          the intent to deliver drug paraphernalia.        minimum of two hundred fifty dollars                described below.
      69.50.415     Any person that delivers a             and will do twenty-five hours of                 2. Disciplinary Probation. Formal action
          controlled substance to as person that           community service.                                  specifying the conditions under which a
          results in the death of that person is       66.44.300    It is unlawful for a person to             student may continue to be a student at
          guilty of a controlled substance                 invite a minor into a public place where            the University including limitation of
          homicide, a class B felony.                      liquor is being served.                             specified activities, movement, or
      69.50.435     Violations of the various state    66.44.310    It is unlawful to misrepresent             presence on the CWU campus. The
          laws that are committed on a school bus          your age to gain access to a liquor                 conditions specified may be in effect for
          or in the near vicinity of school grounds        serving establishment.                              a period of time or for the duration of
          are punishable at twice the normal           66.44.325    It is unlawful to transfer to a            the student’s attendance at the
          allowed fine or imprisonment.                    minor an identification of age for the              University.
      69.50.505     The following are subject to           purpose of permitting such minor to              3. Restitution. An individual may be
          seizure and forfeiture if involved in the        obtain alcoholic beverages.                         required to make restitution for damage
          dealing of drugs and no property rights      66.44.328    No person may forge, alter                 or loss to University or other property
          exist in them: all controlled substances,        counterfeit, or otherwise prepare or                and for injury to persons. Failure to
          all raw material used in manufacturing,          acquire and supply to a person under he             make restitution will result in
          all property used as a container, all            age of twenty-one years a facsimile of              suspension for an indefinite period of
          conveyances autos, boats, airplanes, use         any of the officially issued cards of               time as set forth in subsection (4) below
          to transport drugs, all books and                identification.                                     provided that a student may be
          records, all drug paraphernalia, all         46.61.502    It is unlawful to drive while              reinstated upon payment.
          moneys, all real property.                       under the influence of intoxicating              4. Suspension. Dismissal from the
      69.50.509     If upon the sworn complaint of         liquor or drugs.                                    University and from status as a student
          any person, it shall be made to appear to    46.61.504    It is unlawful to be in physical           for a stated period. The notice
          any judge that there is probable cause           control of a motor vehicle while under              suspending the student will state in
          related to drug dealing the judge shall,         the influence of intoxicating liquor or             writing the term of the suspension and
          with or without the approval of the              drugs .                                             any condition(s) that must be met before
          prosecuting attorneys, issue a warrant       46.61.519    It is a traffic infraction to drink        readmission is granted. The student so
          for search and seizure of controlled             beverage alcohol or have an open                    suspended must demonstrate that the
          substances.                                      receptacle of an alcoholic beverage in a            conditions for readmission have been
      69.52.030     It is unlawful for any person to       motor vehicle while on the state                    met. There is to be no refund of fees for
          manufacture, distribute, or possess with         highways.                                           the quarter in which the action is taken,
          intent to distribute, an imitation           46.61.5195 It is unlawful to disguise an                but fees paid in advance for a
          controlled substance.                            alcoholic beverage in an other container.           subsequent quarter are to be refunded.
      69.52.040     Imitation controlled substances    46.61.520    If a person dies from a related         5. Deferred Suspension. Notice of
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    suspension from the University with the      strategies which are considered to be the          the service. There is no charge for services.
    provision that the student may remain        most appropriate and effective for
    enrolled contingent on meeting a             eliminating specific negative student                                Off Campus
    specified condition. Not meeting the         behaviors, especially those related to             Alcohol Drug Dependency Services
    contingency shall immediately invoke         violence and substance abuse. The team may         (ADDS) 925-9821
    the suspension for the period of time        suggest one of the following forms of                ADDS provides state mandated services to
    and under the conditions originally          intervention: (1) a meeting with members of        the Kittitas County population. These
    imposed.                                     the residence living student staff; (2) a          services include: family and individual
 6. Expulsion. The surrender of all rights       meeting with one of the residence living or        counseling, living skills counseling, intensive
    and privileges of membership in the          housing administrative staff; or (3) a meeting     outpatient treatment, substance abuse issues
    University community and exclusion           with the Wellness Coordinator or other             training, alcohol/drug information school
    from the campus without any possibility      appropriate staff members.                         alcohol/drug evaluation, full-screen
    for return.                                                                                     urinalysis, 24-hour crisis intervention
    (NOTE: These sanctional are being reviewed   Official hearings in the vice president’s office   service, DWI assessments, deferred
    for possible changes.)                       are conducted when it becomes apparent to          prosecution services, pre-employment drug
    The vice president’s office may invoke a     the problem-solving team that the initial and      screening, anger management counseling,
    Summary Suspension of any student from       more informal forms of intervention with a         parenting skills training and employee
    the University pending investigation,        student have been unsuccessful in positively       assistance services. Fees are based on a
    action or prosecution of charges of an       modifying a student’s behavior.                    sliding fee scale.
    alleged violation of proscribed conduct
    when there is reason to believe that their                  ADDENDUM D                          Central Washington Comprehensive
    physical or emotional safety and well-           Campus and Community Resources                 Mental Health 925-9861
    being or the safety and well-being of                          On Campus                          CWCMH provides a variety of services
    other University community members,          Wellness Center 963-3213                           from its office in Ellensburg and out of its
    or the protection of property requires         Located in suites 111-113, the Wildcat           Yakima office. CWCMH offers individual
    such suspension.                             Wellness Center provides confidential              and group therapy for adults who are
                                                 services to students staff and faculty at          dependent on chemical substances. The only
    When chronic alcohol or other drug use       Central Washington University regarding            methadone detoxification and maintenance
    is involved, as is often the case when a     any issue that is related to alcohol and other     program offered in Central Washington is
    student has been suspended or                drugs. The services include: informal              located at the Yakima Center and assists
    suspension is imminent, re-entry after a     assessment, referral, intervention, aftercare,     individuals addicted to opiate drugs. Fees
    period of suspension or continuation in      information and education.                         are based on a sliding fee scale.
    school on a deferred suspension may be
    contingent upon the student                  Sexual Assault Response Coordinator: This          Kittitas Valley Recovery Services 925-7227
    successfully completing an appropriate       service is provided by the Director of the           KVRS offers alcohol/drug assessments,
    treatment program. The specific              Wellness Center. Students may call 963-3214        DWI/deferred prosecution assessments,
    treatment would be recommended by            and leave a confidential message and/or            outpatient counseling services, co-
    the coordinator of the Wellness Program      drop by the Wellness Center at 111-113 Sue         dependency counseling along with most
    and/or by members of the staff of local      Lombard Hall. Services include confidential        other services associated with chemical
    substance abuse treatment agencies.          counseling, referral, advocacy, information        dependency, to include individual, family
    Generally, documentation from                and crisis response for victims, survivors         and group counseling. Fees are based on a
    treatment counselors or program              and significant others.                            sliding fee scale.
    directors confirming successful
    completion of treatment and a positive       The Students for an Assault Free                   Washington State Employee Advisory
    prognosis for recovery are required for      Environment (SAFE) peer education                  Service (509) 456-5000
    reinstatement or continuation in school.     program is sponsored by the Wellness                 EAS is a State of Washington program that
                                                 Center and advised by the Wellness Center's        offers help to any state employee or family
               ADDENDUM C                        Health Educator. They can be reached by            member who has a personal problem that
        Problem-Solving Committee                phoning 963-3213.                                  may or does impact their job performance.
When student behavioral problems occur,                                                             EAS does not attempt to treat or solve all
the University may employ a team problem-        Student Health and Counseling Center               problems; its services consist of brief
solving approach. The chief of campus police     963-1391                                           counseling to help clarify your problems and
joins the student affairs team weekly to           Provides counseling services to all students     develop a practical plan for solving them.
review residence living incident reports filed   attending Central Washington University.           There is no fee associated with the EAS;
by living group advisors (LGAs) and              Services include private confidential one-on-      referral to other agencies for support may
managers, as well as campus police reports       one counseling and some special-interest           require a fee.
which cover both on- and off-campus              group counseling services. You must be a
students. This problem-solving team then         student of Central Washington University.          Alcoholics Anonymous
deals with student behavioral problems           Services are funded by student fees.               (Alano Club 925-2494)
generally violative of the conduct               Community Psychological Services Center             A.A. is a voluntary, worldwide fellowship
proscriptions contained with the CWU             963-2501                                           of men and women from all walks of life
student judicial code (WAC 106-120). It has        Services are provided by graduate students       who meet together to attain and maintain
been found that alcohol and other drug           under the supervision of a professor               sobriety. The only requirement for
abuse is involved in the majority of student     working in the graduate counseling studies         membership is a desire to stop drinking.
behavioral problems. The problem-solving         area. Services include one-on-one counseling       There are no dues or fees for A.A.
team works together to suggest intervention      sessions. Some group sessions are available        membership.
                                                 depending on need and students to provide
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      Crisis Line - Lower County 925-4168                   sponsoring organization subsequently
      Upper County 674-2881                                 requests University space for social
       A 24-hour referral service for the residence         functions involving alcohol
      of Kittitas County. Crisis Line is manned by          consumption. Documentation of
      volunteers that stay up to date on the                problems or violations at previous social
      services and agencies that may assist a               events may result in the group not being
      person with any number of problems.                   allowed an alcohol use permit in the
                                                            future. In addition, any areas of concern
                       ADDENDUM E                           will be provided, in writing, to the
                    Procedures for Serving                  sponsoring organization after the event.
             Alcoholic Beverages on Campus                  A copy of this and any subsequent
        The following procedures must be                    communication will be kept on file in
      followed by any party that intends to serve           the University Substance Abuse
      alcoholic beverages on campus:                        Prevention Program Office.
       1. All events will be staffed by one or more      7. Sponsoring organizations should be
           certified Social Attendant(s) who has            aware of the consequences of failure to
           completed the required training course           comply with the policy regarding the
           provided by the Washington State                 serving and consumption of alcoholic
           Liquor Control Board. The number of              beverages. The individuals responsible
           Social Attendants for a given event will         for the event will be held accountable
           be determined and subsequently hired             under all Washington State laws. Other
           through the University Substance Abuse           possible consequences include, but are
           Prevention Program.                              not limited to:
        2. If alcoholic beverages are to be served at       a. Sponsoring clubs and organizations
           a social event, the sponsoring university           may lose recognition as official
           group is required to provide                        university clubs and organizations.
           nonalcoholic beverages as well. The              b. Visiting groups may not be allowed
           variety of alcoholic and nonalcoholic               to use University facilities in the
           beverages available to be served shall be           future.
           equal. In addition, the sponsoring group         c. Other University groups may not be
           is encouraged to also provide food at the           issued alcohol use permits in the
           social event, in keeping with the intent            future.
           of a banquet permit. Provision for
           serving such nonalcoholic beverages                         ADDENDUM F
           must be outlined on the University                  Central Washington University
           permit.                                         Student Sexual Assault Response Policy
       3. Personal identification will be checked         Central Washington University affirms
           to verify age and to prevent minors from     respect, responsibility, and caring among all
           consuming alcoholic beverages;               persons within the community. Central
           identification will include a picture of     Washington University will not tolerate
           the individual. Individuals whose age        sexual assault or sexual misconduct in any
           cannot be verified by identification         form. The university is committed to
           provided to the Social Attendant will        preventing all forms of sexual assault, and to
           not be served beverages containing           providing accessible, responsive services for
           alcohol. Acceptance or rejection of          dealing with such offenses. Sexual assault on
           identification is within the discretion of   the part of any student is clearly inconsistent
           the Social Attendant.                        with Central Washington University values,
        4. If it is determined by the Social            and is considered a form of sexual
           Attendant that an individual has             harassment in violation of the university
           consumed too much alcohol, she/he will       Student Rights and Responsibilities Policy,
           no longer be served beverages                as well as a violation of state and federal
           containing alcohol.                          law. Federal law requires specific policy and
        5. If an individual becomes verbally            procedures to address sexually assaultive
           and/or physically abusive, the Social        behavior on the part of students. Allegations
           Attendant will do any or all of the          of sexual assault by students should be
           following:                                   addressed through this policy, administered
           a. Inform the coordinator of the event of    by the office of the Vice President for
               the problem behavior;                    Student Affairs and Enrollment
           b. Call the Student Union Building           Management.
               Night Manager;                             (Complete policy available in the office of
           c. Call Campus Security.                     the Vice President for Student Affairs and
        6. After the event, a written report will be    Enrollment Management.)
           completed by the Social Attendant
           which will describe any problems,
           concerns, or suggestions that pertain to
           the event. The report will be kept on file
           and reviewed if and when the