College of Arts and Sciences faculty from five departments
received Summer Faculty Fellowships for 2011. Announced by Associate Provost
for Faculty Affairs Jacquelyn Miller, the fellowships provide support for
faculty scholarship, including the scholarship of discovery, integration,
application, and teaching.
“These fellowships acknowledge the valuable work of our
faculty and support our continued efforts to promote academic excellence,” said
David Powers, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
The following faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences
were awarded fellowships:
Christopher Paul, Ph.D, Assistant
Professor, Communication, for “The Discourse of Video Games: Word Play.”
Gary Perry, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work, for “When Can We Return Home? The Right to the City
Movement in Post-Katrina New Orleans.”
Jeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D., Professor,
Theology & Religious Studies, for “When the Bear Stands: Haudenosaunee Women and
the Sisterhood of Clanships.”
Galen Trail, Ph.D., Director, Master of Sport Administration and Leadership, for “The
Socialization of Seattleites into Sport Fans.”
Trileigh Tucker, Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Environmental Studies, for “Developmental
Ecopsychology: An Initial Synthesis.”
The selection process for
faculty fellowships is highly competitive. Faculty in the College of Arts and
Sciences, one of eight colleges and schools at Seattle University, received
five of the thirteen fellowships awarded by the Provost’s Office.
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