April 30, 2013
Arvidson, Director of Liberal
Studies, published “Restructuring
Attentionality and Intentionality” in Human Studies (May 2013), an
academic journal for philosophy and the social sciences. In his article,
Arvidson uses interdisciplinary processes to find common ground and integration
between phenomenology and experimental psychology as they relate to attention.
Arvidson received his Ph.D. from Georgetown University. He has been on
the faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences since 1999. He directs the
Liberal Studies program, founded the Consortium of Interdisciplinary Scholars,
and is Senior Faculty Fellow in the Center for Faculty Development. His recent
scholarship includes “Eportfolios in a Liberal Studies Program: An Experiment in
Sustainability” in Teaching
Sustainability and Teaching Sustainably(Stylus Publications, 2012) and
“Artistic Reverence” in The Art
of Social Critique: Painting Mirrors of Social Life (Lexington Books,
of Arts and Sciences, the largest college in Seattle University, offers 33 undergraduate
and 7 advanced degrees.
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