People

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Sven Arvidson

Senior Faculty Fellow

Phone: 206-296-5470

Building/Room: Casey 430-06

Sven Arvidson is a senior faculty fellow in the center (part-time) and an associate professor in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies. He received his B.A. in Human Development from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and his M.A. in Phenomenological Psychology from Duquesne University. His M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy are from Georgetown University.

For further information, take a look at his CV: Sven Arvidson CV Aug 2019.

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Holly Slay Ferraro

Associate Director for Faculty Professional Development
Associate Professor, Management

Phone: 206-296-5719

Building/Room: Hunthausen 123

Holly Slay Ferraro is an associate director in the center (part-time) and associate professor of management in the Albers School of Business and Economics. She received bachelor's degrees from Wilberforce University (Interdisciplinary Science - Math Concentration) and the University of Dayton (Chemical Engineering). She also earned her MA in Human Resource Development from Western Michigan University and her PhD in Organizational Behavior from the University of Maryland, College Park. She joined Seattle University in 2007.

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David Green

Director, Center for Faculty Development
Clinical Professor, International Studies

Phone: 206-296-5386

Building/Room: Hunthausen 124

David Green directs the Center for Faculty Development and is a Clinical Professor in International Studies. He received his BA and PhD in German Studies from the University of Birmingham (UK), and an MA in Education and Professional Development from Birmingham City University (BCU, UK). He joined Seattle University in 2006.

For further information, click his name above or take a look at his CV: David A Green CV 2019 July

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Therese Huston

Faculty Development Consultant

Phone: 206-296-2378

Building/Room: Hunthausen 123

Therese Huston is the center's founding director and now works with us part time as a consultant. She received her BA from Carleton College and her MS and PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University.

For further information, click her name above or take a look at her CV: Therese Huston CV.

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Jacquelyn Miller

Professor Emerita, History and Faculty Development

Phone: 206-296-5446

Building/Room: Hunthausen 123

Jacquelyn Miller is a professor emerita of history and the Center's inaugural associate director for Faculty Professional Development from 2012-2019. She received her B.S. from Milligan College and an M.A. and a Ph.D. with a specialization in early American and early modern European history from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She joined Seattle University in 1994. 

Following her retirement in June 2019, Jacquelyn continues to contribute to the university's NSF-funded ADVANCE grant, and keeps close ties to the Center for Faculty Development.

For further information, click her name above or take a look at her CV: Jacquelyn Miller CV 2018.

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Rachel Olson

Senior Administrative Assistant

Phone: 206-296-2144

Building/Room: Hunthausen 120A

Rachel Olson joined the Center in November 2018. She has a working background in healthcare administration, and has worked at both an orthopedic surgery clinic and a veterinary hospital. Rachel earned her B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of British Columbia in 2011.

 

Remember you can also contact the Center via our general email address: faculty-development@seattleu.edu 

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Katherine Raichle

Associate Director for Learning and Teaching
Associate Professor, Psychology

Phone: 206-296-2815

Building/Room: Hunthausen 123

Katherine Raichle is an associate director in the center (part-time) and associate professor of psychology. She received her BA from Washington University in St. Louis and her PhD in Clinical Health Psychology from the University of Iowa. She joined Seattle University in 2006.

For further information, click her name above or take a look at her CV: Katherine Raichle CV.