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P. Sven ArvidsonProgram DirectorCasey 4E(206) email@example.com
Kate ReynoldsAdministrative Assistant
Casey 4E(206) 296-5470 firstname.lastname@example.org
3 LBST Majors becomeNaef Scholars"Among SU’s very finest,” says SU President, Fr. Sundborg. Congrats to Ali Fragoso, Ray Kaffer, Kyle Rapp. Though Liberal Studies comprises 3% of the College, it represents an amazing 25% of new Naef Scholars.
Liberal Studies Major Leitz to Work in CongoSee story at SU News
Anna Roberds to be Writing Center ConsultantLBST major joins elite group in Fall 2012
Senior Kaytlyn Dill wins IDIP InternshipThe SU International Development Internship Program (IDIP) provides internships with NGOs in Asia, Africa, Latin America. See more.
Dr. Sven Arvidson, Founding Coordinator
consortium – from Latin: a community of goods
College of Arts and Sciences Albers School of Business and Economics College of EducationCollege of NursingCollege of Science and EngineeringMatteo Ricci CollegeSchool of LawSchool of Theology and Ministry
MISSION: To provide expert advice for students pursuing projects across disciplines and to facilitate interdisciplinary faculty scholarship.
HOW IT WORKS: When a professor identifies a student who may benefit from consulting with a specialist in another discipline, the professor sends an email request to the Consortium on behalf of the student. Interested professors respond. Also, the Steering Committee (see below) arranges opportunities for cross-disciplinary work between faculty throughout the academic year.
MEMBERSHIP: Membership is open. Simply contact Dr. Sven Arvidson. Current members represent all schools and colleges on campus, graduate and undergraduate. Consider sharing your expertise. CURRENT MEMBERSSaheed Adejumobi (AS) Ken Allan (AS) Jeffrey Anderson (Education) Sven Arvidson (AS) Phil Barclift (AS)John Bean (AS) Michael Bisesi (AS)Robert Boruchowitz (Law) Bonnie Bowie (Nursing)Lisa Brodoff (Law) Peter Brous (Albers) Patrick Brown (Law) Bonnie Buchanan (Albers) Maria Bullon-Fernandez (AS) John Carter (Sci&Eng) Mark Chinen (Law) Niranjan "Chips" Chipalkatti (Albers) Terri Clark ((Nursing)Marc Cohen (Albers and AS) Peter Collins (AS)Charisse Cowan Pitre (Education)Karen Cowgill (Nursing)Sharon Cumberland (AS) Richard Cunningham (STM) Robert Deltete (AS) Dan Dombrowski (AS) Michelle DuBois (Sci&Eng)Theresa Earenfight (AS) Rose Ernst (AS)Jennifer Fricas (Nursing) Ted Fortier (AS) John Gardiner (Education) Carmen Gitre (AS)Mary Graham (Education) Theresa Granger (Nursing)David Green (AS) Sally Haber (AS) Hazel Hahn (AS) Tanya Hayes (AS) Jacqueline Helfgott (AS) Allison Henrich (Sci&Eng)Matthew Hickman (AS)Julie Homchick (AS)Randall Horton (AS)Bob Hughes (Education)Joanne Hughes Clark (Sci&Eng) Wai-Shun Hung (AS)Matthew Isaac (Albers)Nalini Iyer (AS) Sonora Jha (AS) Stacey Jones (Albers) Paulette Kidder (AS) Kent Koth (AS) Gail Lasprogata (Albers)Douglas Latch (Sci&Eng) Wesley Lauer (Sci&Eng) Kristi Lee (Education)Kan Liang (AS)Erica Lilleleht (AS)Jennifer Loertscher (Sci&Eng) Henry Louie (Sci&Eng)Madeline Lovell (AS) Dave Madsen (AS) Rick Malleus (AS)Susan Matt (Nursing)Bob Menanteaux (Law)Jacquelyn Miller (AS)Alexander Mouton (AS)Elise Murowchick (AS) Michele Murray (AS) David Neel (Sci&Eng) Larry Nichols (AS) Jodi O’Brien (AS) William O'Connell (Education)Christopher Paul (AS) Tracy Pepper (AS) Gary Perry (AS)Dean Peterson (Albers, MRC) Catherine Punsalan (AS) Manivong Ratts (Education) Peter Raven (Albers) Edward Reed (AS & MRC) Victor Reinking (AS) Stephen Rice (AS) Meenakshi Rishi (Albers) Christina Roberts (AS)Bryan Ruppert (Albers)Bradley Scharf (AS) Jennifer Schulz (AS)Elizabeth Sikes (AS)Kristen Skogerboe (Sci&Eng) McLean Sloughter (Sci&Eng)Mary Antoinette Smith (AS) Samuel Song (Education)Heath Spencer (AS) Michael Spinetta (AS)Jennifer Sumner (AS) Erin Swezey (Education) Pamela Taylor (Education) Phillip Thompson (Sci&Eng)Bridget Walker (Education) Carol Weaver (Education) Lindsay Whitlow (Sci&Eng) Jason Wirth (AS) Janelle Wong (AS) Riva Zeff (AS) Enyu Zhang (AS)
Sven Arvidson (AS)Lisa Brodoff (Law) Marc Cohen (Albers)Richard Cunningham (STM) Mary Graham (Education)Stacey Jones (Albers)Douglas Latch (Sci&Eng)Rick Malleus (AS)Susan Matt (Nursing) Stephen Rice (AS)Kate Reynolds (administrative assistant)
Official Launch was Fall 2009 For more information contact Dr. Sven Arvidsonarvidson@seattleu.edu or 206-296-5470
Alex Dzwonkowski, Employed by Google Nathan Wheeler, 4th grade teacherSara Stockett, Online marketing specialistChris Holway, Merchant accounts directorBryan Dalton, Juvenile Counselor, WA StateAmanda Hoelzle, General ManagerAlexis Clark, Pursuing MSW from USCRhiannon Cadelinia, 3rd grade teacherRachel Adams, Manager, The Spanish TableEmily Cohen, Non-profit developer SEE MORE GRADS...
It’s simple! Come to the Liberal Studies Program (Casey 4th) and complete a form declaring your major in Liberal Studies. You will be assigned a faculty advisor right away. And you will be encouraged to introduce yourself to Dr. Sven Arvidson, director of Liberal Studies.
In addition to 5 required courses (25 credits) taught by Liberal Studies faculty, majors choose 35 credits in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
Law, Literature & Society ● History of Film ● Principles of Accounting ● Modern Japan ● American Short Story ● Statistical Thinking ● Global Climate Change ● The Art of Web Design ● Intro to Filmmaking ● Writing Fiction ● Principles of Biology● Sexual Politics ● Writing, Comics & Graphic Novels ● Abnormal Psychology ● Soul of Sport ● American Women Writers ● Environmental Ethics ● Acting II ● Buddhist Philosophy ● Culture and Personality ● Living in the Environment ● Worlds of Islam ● Screenwriting ● Chemistry, Food & Nutrition ● The Evolving Presidency ● World Geography ● Critical Issues in Education ● Race and Ethnicity ● Astronomy ● Personal Identity ● General Chemistry ● Anthropology of Religion ● Philosophy and Literature ● Native American Encounters ● Graphic Communication ● Art of Interviewing ● Writers Workshop Abroad ● Juvenile Justice ● Alcohol and Drug Addiction ● New Media Communication ● Business Statistics ● Chinese Politics ● Psychology of Gender ● Religion and Science ● Race and Law ● Nonviolence & Community Organizing ● Murder Movies & Copycat Crime ● Human Growth & Development ● Apocalypse Then and Now ● Social Psychology ● Religion and Ecology ● Teaching Diverse Classrooms ● Children and Nature ● American Political Thought ● Macro-Economics ● Computer Games: Design and Effect ● and more…
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