The Justice Faculty Fellows Program annually hosts two to three research seminars that seek to foster interdisciplinary and/or collaborative faculty scholarship to promote justice. Seminars are designed and led by distinguished Seattle University faculty scholars.
Faculty seminar leaders will assist the CSJS Director in the selection of faculty participants for their respective seminar groups. Thereafter, beginning in early October seminar leaders will meet regularly with their groups to facilitate and support participant and team scholarship. Seminar leaders will design their seminars, select appropriate reading material, and mentor and lead their seminar groups. Seminar groups should meet for at least 24 contact hours over the course of the seminar. Arrangements for meals, materials, room scheduling, and so fourth will be supported by CSJS. In late May or early June, leaders and fellows may present their works-in-progress to other participating fellows and invited guests in a roundtable session. During the academic year, each seminar group will make a formal presentation of their completed scholarship to the Seattle University community. These presentations may be open to the public, recorded and podcasted via the CSJS website. Faculty seminar leaders will receive a stipend for leading a seminar group for the academic years.