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Paul Adam Verrell

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Associate Professor, Sbs

Phone: (509) ***-****  
Email: p***@***.edu
Local Address:  PULLMAN , Washington , United States
Washington State University
14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver , Washington 98686
United States

Company Description: WSU Spokane is the urban campus of Washington State University, a land-grant research university founded in 1890. The campus features advanced studies and research...   more

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Paul Verrell
Whitman County prosecuting intern Luke Baumgarten is pressing charges against Paul Verrell, a WSU associate biology professor, for allegedly shoplifting $527.29 worth of jewelry from Shopko in Pullman.
Verrell released a statement to The Daily Evergreen on Wednesday regarding the charges. Verrell also serves as the assistant dean for recruitment and retention in the College of Sciences.
"I made a serious error of judgment for which legal proceedings (sic) are underway. I am most grateful for the kind support of so many colleagues, and I am working to resolve certain personal issues underlying my actions," he stated. "I look forward to continuing the contributions I began making to WSU and her students 15 years ago." Gary Thorgaard, professor and director of the School of Biological Sciences, released a statement Thursday in response to the charges being pressed against Verrell.
"Paul Verrell has been one of our most successful teachers and advisers in the School of Biological Sciences," Thorgaard stated.
According to the police report, Verrell was allegedly caught on camera placing an earring from a display case into his mouth Sept. 25. Verrell later admitted to the Pullman police that when Shopko loss prevention officers confronted him, he swallowed the earring, along with another earring he was allegedly attempting to smuggle from the store.
When Pullman Police Officer Matt Burkett arrived on the scene, Shopko loss prevention officers said they suspected Verrell had been stealing from the store for a while, according to the report.
While being questioned at Shopko by police, Verrell said he had taken more jewelry from the store, which he had stashed in a box at his home. Police decided not to arrest Verrell and allowed him to return home unassisted.
Later that day, Verrell arrived at the Pullman Police Department and handed Burkett a sandwich bag of stolen jewelry. Shopko's Loss Prevention Office matched much of the jewelry to the missing earrings from the store. It was confirmed that Verrell stole a total of 22 items, 19 of which were earrings.
At WSU, Verrell teaches Biology 101, 102 and 105. Next semester, he is scheduled to teach Biology 330. Verrell was named Outstanding Thesis Advisor by the Honors College in May 2004.
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People may weep for help, 15 May 2001 [cached]
Crying gets results and, hence, gives an evolutionary advantage to the crier, says Paul Verrell, zoology professor at Washington State University.A baby must get food to eventually pass on his genes.
WSU biology professor Paul ..., 9 Nov 2012 [cached]
WSU biology professor Paul Verrell will give a presentation titled, "Are You Ready for College?"
Toads can't tell guys from gals, 23 July 2001 [cached]
"The more general question," says Paul Verrell from Washington State University in Pullman, "is how choosy are males?"
The standard answer has been that males of most species invest little in reproduction, so they are not too selective about their efforts."We expect males to try to mate with the end of a beer bottle or the toe of your boot," Verrell says.During recent years, however, he has seen a shift in theory, recognizing a larger role for male selectiveness.
--S. Milius
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Posted by Paul Verrell on 2000 September 06 (Wednesday) : 04:59 PM
Paul Verrell, Chair,Conservation Biology Search Committee,School of Biological Sciences,Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-4236.
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