News 2014

Liberal Studies Students Receive Accolades for Research

Liberal Studies Director Sven Arvidson inducted nine students into the Alpha Iota Sigma National Honor Society in recognition of their outstanding academic achievements in interdisciplinary studies.
May 22, 2014

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Collins Receives Grant for Death Penalty Study

Criminal Justice Professor Peter Collins and Law Professor Robert Boruchowitz received a grant to examine the costs of the death penalty and estimate costs if the death penalty were replaced with life imprisonment.
May 13, 2014

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Six Receive Endowed Mission Fund Grants

The Office of Mission and Ministry provided funding to six members of the College of Arts and Sciences faculty that highlights the depth and breadth of faculty research and instructional activities.
May 13, 2014

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Hanold Publishes on Leadership in Sports

Master of Sport Administration and Leadership Professor Maylon Hanold wrote on leadership and management in sports in two recent publications.
May 13, 2014

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Liu Presents on Identification of Taiwan with China

Professor Frank Cheng-shan Liu presents "Are We One Family? The Taiwanese State, National, Cultural, and Civil Identification with 'China'" on May 21.
May 13, 2014

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Africa Day Events Set for May 29-30

Africa Day events include a film screening, music, and lecture with special guest Professor Stephen Ward, a leading scholar on African and African-American political thought and social movements.
May 8, 2014

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Dombrowski Hosts Chinese Scholars

Philosophy Prof. Daniel Dombrowski presented two lectures on the aesthetics of nature to a delegation of more than 60 Chinese scholars who participate in China's Ecological Civilization movement.
Apr 28, 2014

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English Department Welcomes Allison Meyer

Allison Machlis Meyer joins the English Department as an assistant professor. Her research and scholarship focus on Renaissance drama and poetry, historical narratives, intertextuality, and composition and rhetoric.
Apr 28, 2014

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Pruss Receives NSF Grant

Graham Pruss, Center for Strategic Communications, received a National Science Foundation fellowship to further his research on the growing phenomenon of people living in their cars.
Apr 22, 2014

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SU Joins Liberal Arts Consortium

Seattle University joined the Washington Consortium for the Liberal Arts, an association that promotes the value of a liberal arts education. Dean David Powers has represented the university since the early planning stages.
Apr 17, 2014

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