November Faculty News

November 9, 2020

Caitlin Carlson, PhD, Associate Professor, Communication and Media, published:

Elizabeth Dale, PhD, Assistant Professor, Nonprofit Leadership, is cited in two articles.

Rob Efird, PhD, Professor, Anthropology and Asian studies, published a chapter, "Nature for Nurture in Urban Chinese Childrearing,” in a new book, “Greening East Asia: The Rise of the Eco-developmental State.”

Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, Professor, Criminal Justice and Director, Crime & Justice Research Center, was quoted in numerous news stories.

Sonora Jha, PhD, Professor, Communication and Media, and A&S Associate Dean for Academic Community was interviewed by Crosscut for "Seattle celebrates Biden win, end of the Trump presidency." The Hindu shared her reading recommendations this weekend.

Hye-Kyung Kang, MSW, PhD, Chair and Associate Professor, Social Work and Director, Master of Social Work Program recently made two presentations.

  • “The COVID-19 Pandemic and Mental Health Crisis from a Social Justice-focused Perspective.” The International Webinar on Mental Health for All: Strategies and Roadmap. (Organized by the Department of Social Work, St. Joseph’s College Autonomous, Bangalore, India.)
  • “Toward building a social justice focused social work department: Experiences from Seattle University.” Teaching colloquium at the Boston University School of Social Work.

Paul Kidder, PhD, Professor, Philosophy, published “The Point of View of Mr. Rogers’ Work as an Author” in the Søren Kierkegaard Newsletter.

Marco Lowe, MPA, Adjunct Faculty, Institute of Public Service, made appearances on local channels all weekend following the November 3 election. Some are listed here. His new book, "Powershift," has also just been published and is available as an e-book for Kindle. Read about it here.

Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud, PhD, Arts Leadership wrote an essay, “Black and Center: Archiving Indigenous and Black Futures,” for the South Seattle Emerald. She was also interviewed for a University of Washington study on COVID-19's impact on the arts sector, which cited her research, “Brooklyn’s Experimental Frontiers: A Performance Geography.” TDR/The Drama Review, vol. 58, no. 3, 2014, pp. 97–123., doi:10.1162/dram_a_00375.

Kira Mauseth, PhD, Senior Instructor, Psychology, continues to be a popular interview subject:

Alexander Mouton, MFA, Chair and Associate Professor, Art, Art History & Design, is included as a subject matter expert in “Experts Weigh in on Current Job Market Trends” for Zippia.com.

Christopher Paul, PhD, Professor, Communication and Media, participated in “Book Jam” presented by SIMLab Chicago. Watch the online event here. (Chris makes his appearance at about 36:00.) He is quoted in Wired, “The Genshin Impact Backlash Is Here.”

Jeanette Rodriguez, PhD, Interim Director, Institute of Catholic Thought and Culture and Professor, Theology and Religious Studies, published “Christian Nonviolence Uses Love to Disrupt” in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education.