IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY — OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARD
Andrew Kaler, a 2013 graduate of Camas High School, will earn his degree in electrical engineering and mathematics at Idaho State University this month, where he was selected as the outstanding student from the College of Science and Engineering. At Idaho State, he was named Big Sky All-Conference Scholar Athlete four times and has been on the dean’s list each term, with a 4.0 GPA. Kaler plans to continue his education in the graduate program at Idaho State this fall. He is the son of Dan and Kathy Kaler of Camas.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY FELLOW
Shelly Fritz, College of Nursing assistant professor at WSU Vancouver, was recently honored as a faculty fellow. She and six other faculty members, from Pullman and other campuses, will begin three-year appointments at WSU’s Honors College this month. M. Grant Norton, Honors College dean, said that the incoming fellows are very involved educators who have made a remarkable impact on Honors College students and initiatives.
Fritz’s emerging research broaches nursing and engineering. Her current focus is on health-assistive smart homes for persons with mild cognitive impairment or dementia.
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