PULLMAN, Wash. - Clifford Coleman Mosher III, 85, of Pullman, passed away Sunday. He died in Redlands, Calif., where he had moved to be closer to family. He is survived by his beloved wife of 59 years, Helene: his son Elliott (Julie) Mosher, and his daughter Alice Prescott.
Professor Mosher moved to Pullman in 1973 for the power professorship at WSU, and so enjoyed his work, he continued to teach well beyond retirement. His interest in electronics started in the Navy, where he served from 1945 to 1949. He earned his bachelor's degree from Michigan State, where he was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi; master's from University of Texas at Austin, and PhD from Stanford in 1965. One of many accomplishments while on faculty here was initiating the Western Protective Relay Conference.
Congratulations to Jessamyn Dahmen, Computer Science major graduating this May, 2013! She has been awarded the Auvil Undergraduate Scholars Fellowship from the University College at Washington State University. This particular award is given to any student who is pursuing undergraduate research at WSU. Jessamyn graduated from Colton High School in 2009. She is a member of ACM student group at EECS, and is a Distinguished Regents Scholar.
On behalf of the faculty and staff at EECS, we would like to congratulate you on your hard work. Way to go!
Thursday, November 29th was the Fall Senior Design Poster Session and Student Forum. There were 11 senior design groups that presented their innovative ideas to a panel of 4 judges from industry. Eight student groups were highlighted this year, and they got a chance to explain what their group was all about and encourage people to join. It was a day of reviewing senior design posters, getting to introduce EECS Student Groups, having a free lunch while being briefed on EECS, and winning free stuff.
So, without hesitation, the winners are........
Senior Design Poster Session