News 2014

Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken Joins Faculty for Winter Quarter

Kathleen Flenniken, the 2012-14 Washington State Poet Laureate, joins the English department to teach Writing Lyric Poetry.
Dec 18, 2014

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Liberal Arts Consortium Receives Key of Excellence from Phi Beta Kappa

WaCLA received Phi Beta Kappa's Key of Excellence Award. Dean Powers has represented SU since the planning stages of the consortium.
Dec 17, 2014

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Bakiner Examines Turkey's Presidential Election

Political Science Professor Onur Bakiner examined the 2014 presidential elections in Turkey, the first by popular vote, in his latest article.
Dec 16, 2014

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Ward Focuses on Motivation for Public Service

Institute of Public Service Professor Kevin Ward examined the factors that influence individuals to participate and remain on nonprofit boards of directors in his latest article.
Dec 11, 2014

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Gunnison Publishes on Gender Differences in Criminal Offending

Criminal Justice Professor Elaine Gunnison's research offers clear policy implications for gender-specific programming for offenders.
Dec 8, 2014

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Anderson to Present Al Mann Lecture

Cold War historian Professor Sheldon Anderson discusses Yalta, the crucial meeting between Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin, and its unfolding legacy 70 years later on March 3 at 7 p.m.
Nov 20, 2014

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Hanold Focuses on Sport Images and Leadership

MSAL Professor Maylon Hanold discusses how mainstream sport media images subtly support a narrow view of leaders that can pose barriers to sport leadership for women and other marginalized groups.
Nov 17, 2014

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Chaturvedi Examines Religious Influence Towards Same Sex Marriage

Political Science Professor Neilan Chaturvedi wrote on generational influences and the role those influences may play on Latino politics in the journal "Politics, Groups, and Identities."
Oct 29, 2014

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Joni Balter Named IPS Visiting Scholar in Residence

The Institute of Public Service appointed Joni Balter, multi-media journalist and lecturer, as Visiting Scholar in Residence for 2014-15.
Oct 16, 2014

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Bill Irwin to Perform and Conduct Master Class

Tony award winning actor, comedian, and clown Bill Irwin performs selections from Samuel Beckett's work on October 27 and presents a master class for Theatre students.
Oct 8, 2014

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