News 2014

Anne Fikes, class of 2013, Heads to Oxford

Anne Fikes travels to Oxford University to pursue a master's in comparative social policy. The French and International Studies alum developed her interest in social policy while studying abroad during her junior year and teaching in France after graduation.
Jun 24, 2014

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Criminal Justice Faculty to Develop Safety Plan for Yesler Terrace

Criminal Justice Professors William Parkin, principal investigator, Peter Collins, and Jacqueline Helfgott, assisted by graduate students, will develop a safety plan for the Yesler Terrace neighborhood.
Jun 5, 2014

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Kasumi Receives Commission from Sojiji Temple in Yokohama

Digital Design Professor Naomi Kasumi has been commissioned to create a major installation at Sojiji Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist training monasteries in Japan.
Jun 5, 2014

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Rodriguez Receives Virgilio Elizondo Award

Theology and Religious Studies Professor Jeanette Rodriguez received the Virgilio Elizondo award by the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States in recognition of her distinguished achievement in theology.
Jun 4, 2014

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White Publishes on Preventing Bipolar Relapse

Social Work Professor Ruth White published "Preventing Bipolar Relapse: A Lifestyle Program to Help You Maintain a Balanced Mood and Live Well" which offers practical tips for individuals with bipolar disorder.
Jun 3, 2014

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Halling Publishes on the Phenomenon as Muse

Psychology Professor Steen Halling, editor of the International Human Science Research Conference Newsletter, published The Phenomenon as Muse: On Being Open to Friendly Invasion.
Jun 2, 2014

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Meyers Receives Artist Trust Grant

English Professor Susan Meyers received an Artist Trust grant for 2014. The organization provides support for artists based on their artistic achievements.
May 29, 2014

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MNPL Showcases Outstanding Alumni at 20th Anniversary Event

The Master of Nonprofit Leadership program, directed by Professor Maureen Feit, honored alumni Cheryl Sesnon, class of 2001, Ray Li, class of 2001, and Diane Narasaki, class of 1998, for their outstanding leadership.
May 28, 2014

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LeBeau Joins Psychology Faculty

Claire LeBeau, a 1997 graduate of the MA in Psychology program, has joined the Psychology faculty. She will teach in both the undergraduate and graduate psychology programs.
May 28, 2014

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Hubbell Named IPS Director

Professor Larry Hubbell, PHD, has been named director of the Institute of Public Service. He will oversee undergraduate programs in public affairs and nonprofit leadership and the Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Master of Public Administration.
May 27, 2014

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