Zeff Featured in Social Work ManualSocial Work Professor Riva Zeff wrote about field placements for students in a new guide on best practices for designing, implementing, and maintaining an effective field education program.
Forensic Psychologist J. Reid Meloy to Conduct Threat Assessment WorkshopThe Criminal Justice Department offers a workshop with Dr. J. Reid Meloy, an expert on violent crime, psychopathy, stalking, sexual homicide, serial and mass murder, and threat assessment.
LeRoux Scholar Focuses on Interreligous DialogueJesuit educator Heru Prakosa, SJ, presents "To Be Religious Is to Be Interreligious: An Experience In Challenging Oneself to Go Beyond Comfort Zone" on Feb.19, announced Prof. Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, director of the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture.
Hillard Publishes on Fairy Tales and the VictoriansEnglish Professor Molly Clark Hillard published "Spellbound: The Fairy Tale and the Victorians," which explores the Victorian era's fascination with fairy tales.
Helfgott Receives Top Rating for 4-Volume Criminal Psychology SetCriminal Justice Chair Jacqueline Helfgott received the 2013 Outstanding Academic Title award from "Choice" for her 4-volume, 1600-page reference set, "Criminology Psychology."
Cory Publishes Book on AquinasPhilosophy Prof. Therese S. Cory published "Aquinas on Self-Knowledge," noting medieval thinkers were curious about the mind long before Descartes.
Liberal Studies Recognized by International Honor SocietyLiberal Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences has become the first and only bachelor's degree program on the West Coast to qualify for a chapter of the Alpha Iota Sigma honor society for interdisciplinary studies.
Derr Publishes on New Technologies for ResearchSocial Work Professor Amelia Seraphia Derr describes how emerging technologies can be used in research in her latest article.
Eight Receive Summer Research FellowshipsAssociate Provost for Research and Graduate Education William J. Ehmann announced that eight Summer Faculty Fellowships were awarded to College of Arts and Sciences faculty. The highly competitive fellowships will support faculty research.
Hahn Publishes on History and Architecture in AsiaHistory Prof. Hazel Hahn co-edited and wrote a chapter in the book "Architecturalized Asia: Mapping a Continent through History," which bridges the disciplines of history and architecture.
Fortier Receives Award for Evaluation of Census ProcessAnthropology Professor Ted Fortier was part of a research team that received a 2013 Praxis Award for an ethnographic evaluation of the 2010 U.S. census process relating to hard-to-reach populations.
Governor Appoints Dean Powers to Humanities WashingtonWashington Governor Jay Inslee appointed Dean David Powers to the Board of Trustees of Humanities Washington. The organization works with community groups in every county in the state.
Fellowship Quartet Takes First Place in Seattle CompetitionThe Fellowship Quartet of junior and senior music students took first place at the Russian Chamber Music Foundation of Seattle competition. The quarter, with Antonio Dowling on violin, has a full schedule of upcoming concerts.
Visiting Scholar Mel Piehl Discusses American Catholic HistoryDr. Mel Piehl presents "Themes in American Catholic History with an Eye Toward Global Perspectives" on Jan. 23. A scholar on American Catholicism, he is spending the year at the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture.
Students Receive Scholarships for Work and Study in AfricaProfessor Saheed Adejumobi, director of Global African Studies, announced travel grants for students Joyce Keeley and Logan Peppin. Keeley is headed to northern Kenya, and Peppin is going to South Africa.