January 24, 2012
Five members of the College of Arts and Sciences faculty were awarded Seattle University Summer Faculty Fellowships. The fellowships support their scholarship of discovery, integration, application, and teaching. “These awards underscore our commitment to scholarship and academic excellence in the College of Arts and Sciences,” said Dean David Powers. 2012 Summer Faculty Fellows in the College Arts and Sciences: • Fine Arts Professor Naomi Hume for “Otto Gutfreund and Alexander Archipenko: The Stakes of Avant-Garde Sculpture.” • Fine Arts Professor Rosa Joshi for “Bloody Women: A Theatre Production of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus Featuring an All Female Cast.” • English Professor Christina Roberts for “Recovering Indigenous Women’s Perspectives: Kikisebloo and the Pitfalls of Representation.” • English Professor Mary-Antoinette Smith for “Tenuous Veneers: Women of Color in the Academy Narratives of Distress and Success in the Tenure Process.” • Chair of the Theology and Religious Studies Department Sharon Suh for “Silver Screen Buddha.” The announcement was made by Dr. Jacquelyn Miller, Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs.
The College of Arts and Sciences, the largest college in Seattle University, offers 33 undergraduate and 7 advanced degrees.
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