20-21 Student Assistantship Awards

Written by Karen L. Bystrom
November 30, 2020

College of Arts and Sciences Student Assistantship Awards

Congratulations to this year's recipients

Caitlin Carlson, PhDDr. Caitlin Carlson

Communication and Media

“Potential Civil Remedies Victims of Online Hate Speech Can Pursue”

 

 

Chengxin Xu, PhDDr. Chengxin Xu

Institute of Public Service

“A Field Experiment on Discrimination against Immigrants in the U.S. Health Care Market”

 

 

Serena Cosgrove, PhDDr. Serena Cosgrove

International Studies

“Centering Marginalized Women’s Voices in the Democratic Republic of Congo”

 

 

Audrey Hudgins, PhDDr. Audrey Hudgins

Matteo Ricci Institute

 “Investigating Development Empowerment Among a Community of Learners Consisting of Seattle University Students and Community Members in Tijuana, Mexico”

 

 

Dr. Nova Robinson

History/International Studies/Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

 “Indexing the Routledge Global History of Feminism”

These assistantships support faculty scholarship and creative work. Submissions are assessed on meeting criteria including learning opportunities for the student, equitable distribution of research assistantships among faculty, and potential of the work to lead to a peer-reviewed publication or presentation of work.

Also, thank you to the Awards Committee drawn from among last year's awardees, including Dr. Helen Liu, Professor Harmony Arnold, Dr. Anne Farina, Dr. Brooke Gialopsos, Dr. Heidi Liere, and Dr. Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa.