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WIELGUS AWAITS WSU SETTLEMENT RESPONSE

From: Daily Evergreen

“Since then, a public employee advocacy group has filed ethics complaints on behalf of Wielgus against WSU, and against Rep. Joel Kretz, a rancher, saying he threatened…

ETHICS COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST LEGISLATOR OVER WSU WOLF RESEARCH

From: Capital Press

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a nonprofit activist group, has filed a complaint against Washington state Rep. Joel Kretz, alleging that he…

REP. THREATENED WSU FUNDING, COMPLAINT STATES

From: The Daily Evergreen

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility listed a number of ethics violation allegations over the past decade, many of which involve threats to withhold…

COMPLAINT CLAIMS WASHINGTON LAWMAKER PRESSURED WSU TO PUNISH WOLF RESEARCHER

From: Northwest Public Radio

“PEER has filed an ethics complaint, citing numerous incidents over the past six years where Kretz contacted WSU administrators and researchers and issued…

CAHNRS CONFLICTS UNDERMINING ACADEMIC FREEDOM, FACULTY SAY

From: The Daily Evergreen

“Many cases throughout the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resources Sciences echo the concerns of professor Robert Wielgus, who filed ethics complaints…


News Releases

ACADEMIC FREEDOM SETTLEMENT FOR WASHINGTON WOLF SCIENTIST

Washington State University Pays Researcher Targeted by Industry to Leave Campus

ETHICS COMPLAINT AGAINST RABID ANTI-WOLF LEGISLATOR

Washington’s Rep. Kretz Threatened University to Fire Scientist and End Research

MOUNT RAINIER POISED TO WIRE ITS WILDERNESS

Park Offers No Alternatives or Mitigation to Contain Cell Spillover from Paradise

WOLF SCIENTIST VINDICATED IN LEGISLATOR’S ATTACK

Professor Still under Siege as WSU Seeks Ways to Accommodate Ranchers

CURBS SOUGHT ON ROGUE RANCHER TO ABATE WOLF CONFLICTS

Washington Rancher Wiped Out 15% of State’s Wolves in Violation of Federal Rules