ICTC Events

 

 Flyer for Faculty Fellowship presentation on Tuesday, January 28th. Natalie Cisnero will present on The

Natalie Cisneros, Associate Professor, Philosophy

The "Illegal Alien": A Genealogical and Intersectional Approach

Dr. Cisneros will discuss her recently completed project The “Illegal Alien”: A Genealogical and Intersectional Approach, which introduces a new approach to social justice concerns surrounding migration and immigration by exploring the implications of “illegal alien” subjectivity for philosophy as well as for theoretical accounts of race and racism in the United States.

Tuesday, January 28
12:15-1:30 pm

Lunch at 12:15pm
Presentation begins at 12:30pm
Hunthausen 100
Light lunch provided
please RSVP to ictc@seattleu.edu 
by Thursday, Jan. 23.

Maintaining a Commitment to Social Justice: Labor conditions for school psychologists Faculty Fellow Presentation on January 30th with headshots of Gregory Moy, Jason Parkin, and Ashli Tyre

 

Maintaining a Commitment to Social Justice:
Labor conditions for school psychologists

The research team examined school psychologists’ perceptions of their labor conditions and how they impact their ability to work for social justice. In this presentation, they aim to contextualize the research questions and share themes that emerged from the responses we collected. There will be a discussion of the findings and its implications for school psychology training and research.

Gregory MoyJason Parkin and Ashli Tyre
College of Education - School Psychology

Thursday, January 30
12:15-1:30 pm

Lunch at 12:15pm
Presentation begins at 12:30pm
Student Center 210
Light lunch provided
please RSVP to ictc@seattleu.edu 
by Monday, Jan. 27

 

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Remembrance Mass

Monday, January 20, 2020
Archbishop Paul D. Etienne, Presider
St. Ignatius Chapel - Seattle University
901 12th Ave Seattle, WA

 Mass begins at 11:00 AM