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News Archive 2009

  • Spectator - Media access to Redhawks shrinks as coverage growsAs the Athletic Department?s profile rises, it has instituted tighter media policies. Interviews with players and coaches must now be arranged through Sports Information Director Jason Behenna.

    History Department Celebrates Faculty AuthorsThe History Department recently celebrated the launching of books by three of its faculty members, Environmental Studies Director Gordon Miller, and Associate Professors Hazel Hahn and Theresa Earenfight.

    SU Magazine: Soaring as a Sea Gal?As a cheerleader for the Seattle Seahawks, Pia Gillan showcases her passion for dance before an audience of thousands. The 2009 criminal justice graduate roots for the team as a member of the Sea Gals, the professional cheering squad.

    Christmas CheerSeattle University Choirs, under the direction of Joy Sherman, once again got people in the Christmas mood with their inspiring ?A Festival of Christmas? concerts at Seattle?s St. Joseph Church.

    SU Magazine: New Careers Take Center StageThe dancers with the Pacific Northwest Ballet have committed themselves to taking clases while balancing the demands of their busy dance schedules. The company is preparing for the holiday run of Nutcracker.

    SU Magazine: Artistic VisionYoko Ott embraces?nay, make that thrives on?a challenge. As the curator of the Hedreen Gallery, which visitors pass through en route to the theater inside the Lee Center for the Arts, Ott is tasked with presenting art in an unconventional space.

    Mingling and MentorshipThe College of Arts & Sciences helped organize a gathering at the new Admissions and Alumni building as a part of the Redhawk Network Mentors program: an opportunity for alumni to learn about Seattle University outreach possibilities, including career mentorship.

    SU Magazine - Crowning GloryThe 2009?10 Miss Seafair, Jacqueline Saarenas, a junior psychology major, carries on the SU tradition as successor to last year?s Miss Seafair, law student Kristen Tateishi.??I was completely surprised,? says Saarenas, a Seattle native, of her coronation.

    Haber's 'Vision for Change'Students from Sally Haber's Liberal Studies class, along with the Children's Literary Project, initiated the Seattle Youth: 'A Vision for Change' art project, a collection of images depicting how children see their community.

    People - Enyu Zhang: China and North KoreaEnyu Zhang, assistant professor of international studies, recently published and presented papers on regionalization in Chinese foreign policy and the quest to denuclearize North Korea.

    Spectator: Johnson Bube Engages RefugeesProfessor June Johnson Bube's English class welcomed nine Bhutanese refugees, resettled in Kent, for dinner and a discussion at Xavier Hall to talk about their resettlement process and learn about their culture.

    People: Richard Young - Political MemoirsSeattle Times Book Editor Mary Ann Gwinn picked the brain of Seattle University Political Science Professor Richard Young, for an article about the relevance and drive behind contemporary political memoirs, including Sarah Palin's 'Going Rogue: An American Life'.

    Honoring Our VeteransOn the eve of Veterans Day, the Seattle University ROTC color guard, led by Paul Hale, stand at attention before the signing of the Partners for Veterans Supportive Campuses memorandum, which supports veterans attending college.

    Spectator - Kate Elias Lightens Advising ShortageSuki Kwon?s departure from her advising position in mid September left many students without advisers. Kate Elias, the College of Arts and Sciences? new full-time academic adviser, managed to pick up the slack and help keep the advising department on track.

    Meyer Presents Jin YanA presentation by SU Film Studies Professor Richard Meyer about his newly published book about Chinese silent films was featured in the Northwest Asian Weekly. Richard discussed how he was inspired by Chinese actor Jin Yan who he called Shanghai's Rudolph Valentino.

    Morris Makes Orchestral DebutQuinton Morris, the Director of Chamber and Instrumental Music, is making his debut with Orchestra Seattle on Sunday, November 1, at 3 pm, marking the beginning of an invocative collaboration between the SU Music Division and Orchestra Seattle.

    People: Edwin Weihe - Seattle International Film FestivalEdwin Weihe, director of Film Studies, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and also a member of the Advisory for Washington Film Works. ??These and other affiliations move Seattle University...

    Imagining the WorldJoey Anchondo, a recent journalism graduate, took top honors in this year?s International Photography Competition, sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences. The contest celebrates the photography of Seattle University students...

    Strategic Communications Awarded $185,000 GrantThe Center for Strategic Communications has recently reached three important milestones in the development of the center as a regional and nationwide leader in media and commincation initiatives. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded...

    Professor Recipient of 2009 Award for Progressive LeadershipCheryl Sesnon, Execuitve Director of Washington CASH, and an adjunct professor in the Master of Public Administration and Executive Master of Nonprofit Leadership programs is the 2009 recipient of the Aubrey Davis Award for Progressive Leadership...

    Specator - Professor Sparks Fundraising for Clean WaterEight Seattle University students dove headfirst into an on-campus fundraising project to bring clean water to people around the world. SUpport Water was inspired by Peter Blomquist, an adjunct professor of public affairs and nonprofit leadership...

    Spectator - Comic book Artist Offers Class on Graphic NovelsStudents looking for something new this winter should consider squeezing a new creative writing course into their schedule. Alternative cartoonist Peter Bagge will be teaching a course about how to write graphic novels starting next quarter...

    Spectator - Alumna Battles for Coverage, TreatmentAlyssa Olsen?s, a 24-year-old Seattle University graduate, has common variable immune deficiency, or CVID, a genetic disorder that causes her antibodies to attack the tissue of her organs and leaves her vulnerable to bacteria and viruses...

    People: Mark Cohan - Adolescent Males and Decision-MakingMark Cohan, assistant professor of sociology, recently had his article, ?Adolescent Heterosexual Males Talk About the Role of Male Peer Groups in Their Sexual Decision-Making,? published in the September issue of Sexuality and Culture.

    People: Gary Chamberlain - The Global Water CrisisGary Chamberlain, professor emeritus in theology and religious studies, discussed ?The Global Water Crisis and Our Christian Responsibilities? at University Lutheran Church. Chamberlain moderated a panel on ?Privatization and...

    Health Costs: Lessons from EuropeEuropean health systems achieve notably better outcomes than the United States on virtually every measure, including customer satisfaction, choice of physicians, life expectancy, infant mortality and medically avoidable disability...

    Millie Bown Russell Learning Community Early Dismissal DaysWhat happens when you mix vinegar, baking soda and blue food coloring? An educational explosion! Students from the Millie Bown Russell Leadership Learning Community put their interest in science to use educating...

    Making News - Barry Mitzman Talks with Frank BlethenSeattle Times publisher Frank Blethen (left) talks with Barry Mitzman, a professor in Seattle University?s Center for Strategic Communications, on where the journalism industry is headed at the Future of News conference on Oct. 10...

    Seattle Times - Capital Campaign Illuminates Bright FutureSeattle University concluded a six-year capital campaign with donations that exceeded its $150 million goal. University president Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg is looking ahead to an...

    SU Magazine - Puppet MasterBrian Kooser shares the artistry behind bunraku puppetry...The subjects of the final projects conceived by students in Brian Kooser?s puppetry class might be the most unusual on...

    SU Magazine - Topic of DebateSeattle U?s team of debaters among the best in the world...No matter the topic?politics, foreign affairs, policy reform?or the formidability of the competition, Seattle University?s debate team always...

    SU Magazine - Critical ThinkersProfessor and his wife team up to improve problem-solving techniques for Bangladeshi educators...It began as an English grammar lesson with a critical thinking twist posed to a classroom of...

    SU Magazine - Film SchoolIt?s lights, camera, action for budding filmmakers and cinema buffs as SU launches new film studies program...This fall, the next Scorsese or Coppola may cut their filmmaking teeth in a Seattle...

    SU Magazine - Authority FigureWith respect?and understanding?Kamrica Ary-Turner, ?08, keeps teens in line...As a disciplinarian specialist at Federal Way High School, south of Seattle, Kamrica Ary-Turner juggles many roles...

    Lincoln Theater has another New DirectorThom Mayes, MFA, Class of 2010, has just been hired to be the Executive Director of the Lincoln Theatre in Mt. Vernon, WA.? Mayes was one of several top candidates who interviewed for the position.

    Powers Takes On Key University PostWhile Powers is new to SU, he has long been a part of the Jesuit higher education family. He comes to the university from Loyola College in Maryland. "My time here so far has...?

    People: Steen Halling - International Human Science Research ConferenceSteen Halling, professor of psychology,gave a presentation, ?Psychology and the Eclipse of Forgiveness,? at the International Human Science Research Conference at Molde...

    Seminar on Teaching JusticeFive faculty members participated in a three-week Summer Seminar in the Teaching of Justice coordinated by David Leigh,S.J. (English), and Catherine Punsalan (theology)...

    People: Dan Dombrowski - Honored for the workDan Dombrowski, professor of philosophy,has been named editor of the journal Process Studies, which is published at the Claremont Graduate School in California...

    People: Tom Taylor - WHA MeetingsTom Taylor, associate professor of history, presented a paper, ?Hitching a Ride for God: Jesuit Missionaries and Portuguese Merchants in the Early Modern World,?...?

    Summer in Seattle Orientation ProgramHundreds of incoming students and their parents got a good look at what life will be like at SU during the Summer in Seattle orientation program in July...

    Crowning Moment - Jacqueline SaarenasSeattle University junior Jacqueline Saarenas is the 2009-10 Miss Seafair. Now in its 60th year Miss Seafair is a longstanding tradition of the Seafair festival...

    Generating (((Sparks))) - TM SistersSenior Katie Carrasco gives "Super Bolt" a whirl by controlling the video game-like art piece with her feet as she steps on different parts of the large footpad...

    2009-2010 Executive and Alumni Seminars programThe Alumni Seminars are open to Seattle University alumni and other college graduates in the Seattle area who seek a high-quality learning experience, stimulating discussions of life's deeper...

    SU Magazine - Home Sweet HomeWhen new families move to Phoenix, Ariz., the city Carolyn Manning calls home, she leads the charge of a unique welcome wagon. But Manning, a 1992 graduate of the Master of Public Administration...

    SU Magazine - Encyclopedic KnowledgeProfessor Jodi O?Brien will be the first to tell you that taking on the role of encyclopedia editor is no easy task. Earlier this year, her two-volume Encyclopedia of Gender and Society was published by...

    SU Magazine - A Training MissionIt sure seemed like the real thing?down to the fatigues, the face paint, the weaponry, the Stryker vehicle and the CH-47 Chinook helicopter. They crawled through bushes, hid behind trees...

    People: Fr. John Schwartz - CondolencesWe learned with regret about the death of Fr. John Schwartz , a former faculty member in History department. A service was held on Monday, June29 and burial took place at Oregon Province...

    Conference Focused on Work of A&S ProfessorLast week, a conference devoted to the work of Dan Dombrowski (Philosophy) was held in North Carolina. It was sponsored by HIARPT, the Highlands Institute for American Religious and...

    People: Catherine Punsalan - Sankofa AwardCatherine Punsalan (Theology/Religious Studies) has been selected as this year?s recipient of the Sankofa Award, which recognizes a faculty or staff member who has made a positive impact...

    People: Russ Lidman - FulbrightRuss Lidman (IPS) is currently visiting Nicaragua as a Fulbright Senior Specialist. On June 9th, Russ gave a talk on the current economic crisis in Managua to a group of some hundred...

    Passport to the ArtsThis term, the Creative Writing Program inaugurated a program to get English Majors to attend the various cultural events around campus and in the city like the Writer's Reading Series events...

    People: Quinton Morris - Town HallQuinton Morris, Director of Chamber and Instrumental Music (Fine Arts) recently performed his concert debut at Town Hall for their 10th Anniversary Celebration. Dr. Morris was joined by fellow SU...

    People: Philpott and Nichols - Library PresentationFour faculty and staff gave a panel presentation at the 14th National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) in Seattle.?Presenters were Judy Solberg (director of...

    The Philosophy of AthleticsWhat can the ancient Greek philosophers teach us about sports today? "Quite a lot actually", says Dan Dombrowski, professor of philosophy. His latest book, Contemporary Athletics...

    People: Galen Trail - Sport Management ConferenceGalen Trail (Center for Study of Sport & Exercise) recently gave the following presentations: Harrolle, M. G., & Trail, G. T.(2009, May). Comparison of Latino and non-Latino samples on the model...

    People: Colleen Ponto - Systems Thinking WorkshopColleen Ponto (OSR), along with two OSR alumni, Steve Byers and Nalani Linder, led a workshop entitled ?New Habits of Mind for New Solutions: A Systems Thinking Workshop?...

    Reaching New HeightsSophomore ROTC cadet Matthew Frix lowers himself into an L-shape as he hangs off the roof of the Casey Building?65 feet above ground?and prepares to repel down. About 40 cadets...

    People: Dan Dombrowski - Journal EditorDan Dombrowski(Philosophy) recently became Editor of the journal "Process Studies." The journal is 38 years old and Dr. Dombrowski is only the third editor. The journal is published by the...

    2009 Recipients of the Hickey and LeRoux AwardsThe College of Arts and Sciences is proud to acknowledge this year?s recipients of the Hickey and LeRoux Awards: Kenna Kettrick, Thomas J. Sheehy, and Ryan Arbow. The award winners will be...

    National Summit on PhilosophyThe Department of Philosophy hosted a national Summit on Philosophy in Jesuit Higher Education in April. Organized by Professors Matthew Rellihan and Paul Kidder, the conference...

    People: Rob Efird - Japan?s War OrphansOn May 8th, Rob Efird (Anthropology & Asian Studies) presented an invited paper on Japan?s war orphans and ethnicity at an International Symposium entitled ?Migration and Identities in Asia? held at...

    People: Jim Sawyer - FulbrightJim Sawyer (IPS) was invited through the Fulbright Intercountry Lecturing Program to visit ISVOUGA ? Instituto...

    A&S Faculty Present at Regional ConferenceFour Seattle University faculty gave papers at the Western Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and...

    People: Naomi Hume - Decadent SymbolismNaomi Hume, assistant professor of art history in the Department of Fine Arts, presented a paper, ?From Decadent Symbolism...

    MFA Program Teaches Students the Business of Arts OrganizationsWhen asked to describe the past year as a theme, Kevin Maifeld says, without hesitation, ?paddling upstream.? As director of?

    A&S Alumni Accepted to Youth Exchange ProgramCordula Brown (Modern Languages and also CBYX faculty contact) announced that SU alumnus Andre Taegder...

    A&S Student Receives Best Paper AwardHeath Spencer (History) announced and congratulated Sanja Kadri?, an honors history major,for...

    Graduate Psychology Program Qualitative Research ConferenceThe Graduate Psychology Program sponsored a one day qualitative research conference on the...

    People: Mako Fitts and Gary Perry - PRRACCongratulations to Professors Mako Fitts and Gary Perry (Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work)...

    2009 A&S Scholarship RecipientsWe are pleased to congratulate all the 2009 scholarship recipients from College of Arts and Sciences. The recipients are...

    Nine A&S Majors Receive Student Recognition AwardsCongratulations to the College of Arts and Sciences 2009 Student Recognition Award recipients! Join us in celebrating??

    Music Program Outreach ConcertQuinton Morris (Fine Arts) and his chamber music class performed at Lady of Fatima Church and School as part of an outreach concert?

    A&S Represented at PNWCASeattle University was well represented at the 2009 Pacific Northwest Writing Center?s Association annual conference (PNWCA) which took??

    People: Sonora Jha - Writers? ResidencySonora Jha (Communication) has been awarded a 2009 Writers' Residency at Hedgebrook, a women writers' retreat located on Whidbey??

    People: Chamberlain and Tucker - International Conference on SustainabilityGary Chamberlain, professor of environmental studies, presented Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., with an inscribed copy of Chamberlain?s ??

    Stepping into the divideIyer?s new book examines fate of Indian literature. As he?s been known to do, Salman Rushdie ignited a controversy in 1997?

    Press Release: Theological Foundation of SustainabilitySEATTLE ? Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J., current Reverend William F. LeRoux Endowed Chair, will deliver a lecture covering religion and environmental sustainability on May 19, 7 p.m. in...

    People: John Bean - BangladeshJohn Bean, professor of English, and his wife Rosalie (Kit) Bean, composition instructor at South Seattle Community College, have returned from??

    People: Cynthia Moe-Lobeda - Featured LecturesCynthia Moe-Lobeda, associate professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, delivered the following lectures and papers: an??

    People: Quinton Morris - SCMSQuinton Morris, director of chamber and instrumental music and assistant professor of music, presented a paper and lecture, ?Haydn, Mozart and??

    People: Riva Zeff - Training Field InstructorsRiva Zeff, director and assistant professor of social work, co-presented with a colleague a paper on the results of a national survey they? ?

    People: Charles Tung - ACLACharles Tung assistant professor of English presented a paper, ?What Are We After? Searching for the Present in Detective Fictions?

    Connie Anthony Selected as the 2009-2011 Wismer ProfessorConnie Anthony, Associate Professor in?the Department of Political Science, has been selected as the 2009-2011 Wismer Professor for Gender and??

    People: Michael Andrews - Senior Research FellowMichael Andrews (Philosophy) has been researching and writing as Senior Research Fellow at the Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu...

    A&S Scholarship Success Continues with Udall ScholarsTwo A&S students have been selected to receive one of the most prestigious scholarships in the nation. SU juniors Aerica Banks and?

    New Director of Student Convocation and Salons ProgramDr. Sharon Suh, Associate Professor in the Theology and Religious Studies Department, has been selected as the 2009-2011 Director of the New Student Academic Convocation and...

    ROTC Weekend Exercise at Fort LewisSeattle University junior ROTC cadet Will Sheridan carried junior cadet Rich Coulter off a simulated battlefield April 28 while acting out a medical evacuation during a weekend exercise...

    People: Riva Zeff - Conference PresentationsRiva Zeff (Social Work) presented at two conferences: "Current Trends in Field Instructor Training" Baccalaureate Program Directors Meeting, Phoenix Arizona, March 2009; and...

    Kerlikowske Recognized for Ethical LeadershipSeattle University and members of the law enforcement community recognized Gil Kerlikowske, long-time Seattle Police Chief and President Obama?s nominee for director of the...

    People: Cynthia Moe-Lobeda - Recent ScholarshipCynthia Moe-Lobeda (Theology/Religious Studies) delivered the following lectures and papers in December, January, and February: Invited paper at the Beyers Naude Centre for...?

    It?s Not the End of the World... YetAs David Leigh, S.J., was finishing up a book in the late 1990s, much talk was in the air about the approaching new millennium and the cataclysm that would be wreaked on all humankind...

    Leading feminist, ecological theologian coming to SUSeattle University?s ongoing dialogue on sustainability will be enriched when a leading ecological theologian visits campus later this month. Sallie McFague, Distinguished Theologian...

    A&S Student Helps SU Cement Status as Truman Scholar HotbedFor the fourth consecutive year, a Seattle University student has been awarded a Harry S. Truman Scholarship, the most prestigious academic award?for undergraduates embarking...

    Seattle University SIFE Team Headed to National ChampionshipsThe Seattle University Students for Free Enterprise (SIFE) team will be attending the SIFE National Championships in early May in Philadelphia. SIFE is an international organization...

    Seattle University Debate Team has Strong Showing at National TournamentThe Seattle University Debate Team took three teams to the national tournament held in Burlington, Vermont April 4 and 5. The teams were comprised of James Kilcup (Senior) and...

    Students Extend Their Learning Beyond the ClassroomOn the evening of Monday, April 13, 2009, Seattle University students participated in the Homeless Needs Assessment. The assessment teams made up of community groups and...

    People: Kate Koppelman - Undergraduate ResearchKate Koppelman (English) took three English majors to the Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature at the University of Portland recently where they presented their papers...

    Newly Selected Dean Will Bring Vision to A&SElizabeth Dold, Spectator - After months of interviews and debates, the time-intensive search for the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences has come to a close. David Powers, a former...

    People: George SayreGeorge Sayre (Psychology) had an article published in January: John Thoburn, Gwynith Hoffman-Robinson, Lauren J. Shelly, and George Sayre, ?Collaborative Treatment for the...

    Social Work Program ReaffirmedIn February 2009, Seattle University's Baccalaureate Social Work Program's accreditation was reaffirmed for 8 years by the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE). This notable...

    A&S Professor Reviewed in The HinduNalini Iyer, Associate Professor of English and Women Studies edited Other Tongues: Rethinking the Language Debates in India this January. It was reviewed on...

    A&S Alumni Receives Bronze Star1st Lt. Aaron Thurman, Public Affairs Major and Matteo Ricci College Graduate, was part of six members of the 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment?s Chosen Company who were...

    People: Rob EfirdRob Efird (Anthropology) presented a paper, ?Li Ying?s Yasukuni and the Co-production(s) of East Asia,? at Kyoto University, at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies...

    People: Yvonne HarrisonYvonne Harrison (Nonprofit Leadership) produced a paper with the A&S scholarship funding last summer. This paper will form a chapter in the Nonprofit Leadership Handbook on...

    People: Charles TungCharles Tung (English) presented a paper, ?What Are We After? Searching for the Present in Detective Fictions After Postmodernism,? at...

    People: Kate KoppelmanKate Koppelman (English) recently had an article published, ??The Dreams in Which I?m Dying?: Sublimation and Unstable Masculinities in Troilus and Criseyde.? Men and...

    Students Get Down to the Business of ArtThe arts are one of the great hidden industries, employing roughly 3 million Americans. In Seattle alone, just the non profit arts and culture industry generates...

    A&S Student is SU's Newest Truman ScholarArts and Sciences junior Aerica Banks is the 2009 recipient of the prestigious Truman Scholarship, which provides $30,000 for graduate school studies. Banks is the...

    Fine Arts' Christian Swenson has a Fresh Body of WorkFine Arts adjunct professor Christian Swenson's chosen musical instrument stands a little under 6 foot 5 and has a six-and-a-half-foot "wingspan." Its lanky skeletal framework is...

    Teaching Critical Thinking in BangladeshDr. John Bean, Professor of English, and his wife Rosalie (Kit) Bean, composition instructor at South Seattle Community College, have returned to USA from Dhaka, Bangladesh, where...

    A Book for OthersWhen Ruth White was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, the assistant professor of social work searched for a book that was practical and hands-on, but not overloaded with...

    2009 A&S Summer Faculty FellowsSeattle University?s investment in faculty research continues as Summer Faculty Fellowships have been awarded to 5 College of Arts and Sciences recipients. The fellows will...

    Honors Northwest: A New CollaborationDirectors of four honors programs in the Puget Sound area agreed to form ?Honors Northwest.? Participant Universities include Seattle University, represented by Paul Kidder...

    SU Students to Present at Annual Research ConferenceNine students and their faculty advisors from the College of Arts and Sciences will be representing Seattle University at this year?s National Conference on Undergraduate Research in...

    New Annual Awards for Graduate StudentsAnnouncing the creation of two new annual awards for graduate students: The Leadership and Social Justice Award and the Wallace Loh Academic Excellence Award...

    A&S Adjunct Nominated by ObamaSeattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske, an adjunct professor of criminal justice at Seattle University, has been nominated as President Obama's director of the...

    New Arts & Sciences Dean NamedLoyola College Psychologist to Head SU's Oldest and Largest Undergraduate Division. David Powers, a professor of psychology at Loyola College in Maryland, has been...

    Explore Issue 5 of the A&S Alumni NewsletterA look inside the Winter/Spring 2009 issue: SU Alumni named CNN Hero of the Year, SU Professor Goes E-broad, Intersection of Culture and Sports, World Class Debaters...

    Alumna Named CNN Hero of 2009Alumna Carolyn Manning, '92 MPA. was recently named 2009 Hero of the Year for her work with The Welcome to America Project, a nonprofit she founded to assist refugees in...

    taqwshebl Vi Hilbert Ethnobotanical Garden WebsiteAt the upcoming Curriculum for the Bioregion Conference at PLU, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Rob Efird and his two undergraduate research assistants...

    People: Tanya HayesA paper by Tanya Hayes (Environmental Studies) and Murtinho, F, ?Are Indigenous Forest Reserves Sustainable? An analysis of present and future land-use trends in Bosawas, Nicaragua,? was...

    People Ken AllanKen Allan, assistant professor of art history, recently had a number of works published, including: ?History on the Surface: Pop Art and Postwar Urbanism in 1960s Los Angeles,? which was...

    People: Stephen RiceStephen Rice, Assistant Professor Criminal Justice, has been invited to present "Of Guilt, Defiance, and Repentance: Evidence from the Texas Death Chamber" at the...

    People: Ruth WhiteRuth White, Assistant Professor Social Work, recently presented a paper entitled ?Infusing social justice principles into the research process,? at the...

    Seattle University Professor Goes E-broadYvonne Harrison, Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Leadership, recently completed a Global Solidarity Network (GSN) study e-broad session on Peace in Israel and Palestine.

    People: Galen TrailGalen Trail (Center for the Study of Sport and Exercise), has had several articles published recently, including: Lee, D., Trail, G.T., & Anderson, D.F. (in press), ?Motives and...

    People: Robert DelteteRob Deltete, professor of philosophy, gave a presentation at the 2008 Philosophy of Science Association meeting. Deltete?s paper, ?Thermodynamics in Wilhelm Ostwald?s...

    People: Jeff StaleyJeff Staley, adjunct professor of theology and religious studies, recently had his essay, ?Resurrection Dysfunction, or One Hundred Years of Cinematic Attempts at...

    People: Sean McDowellSean McDowell, associate professor of English, recently published three essays. ?Stealing and Being Stolen: A Distinction Between Sacred and Profane Modes of...

    People: Mar?a Bull?n Fern?ndezA collection of essays edited by Mar?a Bull?n Fern?ndez (English Department) in 2007 with Palgrave titled England and Iberia in the Middle Ages, 12th-15th c. has just been...

    New A&S Faculty MemberDr. Rick Malleus, who has taught at Seattle University as a lecturer for the past two years, will be joining the faculty of the Communication Department in the Fall as a tenure-track Assistant Professor...

    People: Stephen FinnStephen Finn, Lecturer for the Center for the Study of Sport and Exercise and Philosophy Departments has had his article "In Defense of the Playoffs" accepted for publication in 2009 in...

    Criminal Justice Professor to speak at the Library of CongressJacqueline Helfgott, professor of criminal justice, and Norman Middleton will present a lecture, "Halt or I'll Play Vivaldi! Classical Music as a Crime Stopper" at the Library of Congress.

    People: Sonora Jha and Mara AdelmanSonora Jha, assistant professor of communication, and Mara Adelman, associate proffessor of Communication have published their article "Looking for love in All the White Places...

    People: Paul KidderPaul Kidder, associate professor of philosophy had his article, "The Urban Ethics of Jane Jacobs," published in the journal, Ethics, Place, and Environment, Vol 11, No. 3.

    People: Mark Cohan, Madeline Lovell, and Jacqueline HelfgottMark Cohan, assistant professor of sociology, Madeline Lovell, associate professor of Social Work, and Jacqueline Helfgott, professor of Criminal Justice recently had their article...

    People: Nalini IyerNalini Iyer, assistant professor of english and Bonnie Zare are editors of Other Tongues: Rethinking the Language Debates in India. Rodopi, 2009.

    People James SawyerJames Sawyer, associate professor in the Institute of Public Service, currently on a Fulbright Fellowship in France, presented his article, " The (Confusing) Role of Capital...

    Debate Team Has Strong Showing at World ChampionshipThe Seattle University debate team, represented by seniors James Kilcup and Michael Imeson, had a very successful round of competition at the Worlds University Debating Championship in Cork, Ireland over the winter break.

    People: Hazel HahnHazel Hahn, associate professor of history, signed a contract with Palgrave MacMillan to publish her book on culture and consumption in 19th century Paris.