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News is about Keith Lewis
They are: Faculty Member

Professor Keith Lewis was in New York City May 8-15 attending the opening reception of an exhibition that included his work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  The Exhibition, entitled “Unique by Design: Contemporary Jewelry in the Donna Schneier Collection” will be on display at the Met from...

May 13, 2014
News is about Gregg Schlanger
They are: Faculty Member

Gregg Schlanger presenting work in a public lecture at the University of Nevada, Reno Thursday, April 10th as part of UNR's Dept. of Art's Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

April 14, 2014
News is about Seth Charles
They are: Graduate Student

Received first place award in America's Clay Fest II Student Division Show and Competition. The work will be exhibited at Ridley Gallery at Sierra College in Rocklin, California from April 21-May 2.

April 14, 2014

Asia / Pacific Studies Good News


News is about Gregory Pyle, Jonathan Carslon, Mikelle Charlebois
They are: Undergraduate Student

Mr. Pyle, Mr. Carlson, Ms. Charlebois and Mr. Ewaida each presented research from their summer NSF projects in China at this past weekend's 1st Annual Columbia Valley Undergraduate Asian Studies Research Symposium, held at Washington State University. Their panel, entitled "Water in the World's...

April 17, 2006
News is about Mikelle Charlebois, Gregory Pyle, Peter Ewaida
They are: Undergraduate Student

On March 17, Mikelle, Gregory and Peter presented research papers at the 12th Annual Meeting of the Asian Studies Development Program in Nashville, TN. Their panel, entitled "Environmental Impacts of Economic Growth in Northwest China and the Policy Responses to These Impacts," was co-chaired by...

April 5, 2006
News is about Bobby Cummings and Jeffrey Dippmann
They are: Faculty Member

On March 18, Cummings and Dippmann chaired a panel and presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of the Asian Studies Development Program in Nashville, TN. Their panel, entitled "Infusing Southeast Asian Studies Into the Middle and High School Curriculum of Washington State," featured presentations...

April 5, 2006

Communication Department (submit) Good News


News is about CWU Student Media
They are: Other

GREAT news! The brand new CWU Student Media mobile app is now LIVE and available for download on Apple OS! The app will be pushed into the Android marketplace soon. The CWU Student Media app represents: the Observer, Pulse, CATtv, Newswatch and the Central Communication Agency. The app will...

October 11, 2013
News is about Nick Oliver
They are: Undergraduate Student

Nick Oliver is a Broadcast Journalism Pre Major. He has just been awarded a 2013 Pfizer Communication Fellow position at the upcoming 147th annual session of the National Grange in New Hampshire November 2013. http://wa-...

October 3, 2013
News is about Cesar Garcia
They are: Faculty Member

Cesar Garcia published recently "Using Strategic Communication for Nation-Building in Contemporary Spain: The Basque Case" in International Journal of Strategic Communication, volume 6, issue 3, pp. 212-231.

September 13, 2013

English Department (submit) Good News


News is about Christopher Schedler
They are: Faculty Member

Christopher Schedler, Professor of English, presented his paper "Missing Homeland: The Jewish Detective in Diaspora" at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association conference in San Diego, November 2013.

November 7, 2013
News is about Lila Harper
They are: Faculty Member

Lila Harper presented a solicited paper at Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association's annual convention in Vancouver, WA for the Special Topics panel: Victorian Travelers: Women Writing Boundaries. The title of the paper is "A Comparison of Two Rock Mountain Travel narratives by Isabella Bird...

October 21, 2013
News is about Lila Harper
They are: Faculty Member

An article by Lila Harper titled "'That Wonderous Medusa-Face': Goethe's _Italian Journey_, George Eliot and G. H. Lewes" is forthcoming in the collection _Travel, Discovery, Transformation_, vol. 6 of the Culture and Civilization series edited by Gabriel R. Ricci and published by Transaction...

October 21, 2013

History Department (submit) Good News


News is about Daniel Herman
They are: Faculty Member

History Professor Dan Herman's new book--Rim Country Exodus: A Story of Conquest, Renewal, and Race in the Making--has just come out from University of Arizona Press. It's an epic story of the exodus of Apache and Yavapai peoples. It's also about the very personal relations between soldiers,...

April 22, 2012
News is about Julia James
They are: Graduate Student

Julia James will be attending Syracuse University's History program fall 2011 as a PhD student. The Maxwell School of Citizenship has offered Julia full Teaching Assistant funding in addition to their top fellowship, the Maxwell Fellowship. The fellowship will provide research funds for her...

April 18, 2011
News is about William Holly
They are: Graduate Student

William "Billy" Holly has accepted an offer from Texas Tech University Department of History in Lubbock to join their PhD program beginning in Fall 2011. The offer from TTU included a teaching assistantship for the academic year, with an option for summer sessions. The TTU History Dept. also...

April 5, 2011

Latino and Latin American Studies (submit) Good News


News is about Laura Milner
They are: Faculty Member

Fulbright scholar Laura Milner, PhD, is working with Colombians in Bogotá who value innovation and social responsibility and want their university to become internationally recognized. It turns out they think much like Milner and her colleagues at Central Washington University. Read the rest of...

February 5, 2014

Music Department (submit) Good News


News is about Vijay Singh and Joe Brooks
They are: Faculty Member

MUSIC faculty professors Joe Brooks and Vijay Singh performed at The Seasons in Yakima Oct. 6, 2013. The program, titled "Autumn Leaves", featured music themed around the Fall season. Brooks played clarinet featuring works by Finzi, Tchaikovsky, and Brahms. Singh sang songs by Purcell, Vaughan...

April 25, 2014
News is about Vijay Singh
They are: Faculty Member

Vijay Singh, Music, guest conducted the Delaware All-State Mixed Choir at the 2014 Delaware Music Educators Association conference February 21-22nd in Seaford, DE. The 140 voice choir was comprised of auditioned high school students from throughout the state of Delaware. Singh conducted the East...

April 3, 2014
News is about Vijay Singh
They are: Faculty Member

Vijay Singh, MUSIC, conducted the Oklahoma All-State Jazz Choir Jan.9-11, 2014 in Oklahoma City. The All-State group was comprised of 24 auditioned singers and 4 rhythm section players selected from across the state, and their program included two of Singh's compositions/arrangements.

January 23, 2014

Philosophy Department (submit) Good News


News is about Jeffrey Dippmann
They are: Faculty Member

Dr. Dippmann's paper, “Residing in De: Contentment in the Liezi,” has been accepted for presentation at the 1st Hellenic-Chinese International Conference of Philosophy. This year's theme focuses on De (Virtue) in Chinese Philosophy. The conference will be held at Aristotle University of...

May 16, 2014
News is about Sarah Littman, Ashlee Godwin, Megan Gustafson, Zoey Zemanek
They are: Undergraduate Student

Sarah Littman, Megan Gustafson, Ashlee Godwin, and Zoey Zemanek each presented research papers at the 19th Annual SOURCE held at CWU on May 15. Sarah's presentation summarized her Honors Thesis work on Buddhist epistemology through the lenses of poetry, while Megan, Ashlee and Zoey offered their...

May 16, 2014
News is about Sergio Madrid
They are: Undergraduate Student

Sergio Madrid, a philosophy major and McNair scholar, was one of four students selected by the CWU Foundation for the Washington DC Leadership Intern Program. Working with Dr. Michael Goerger, Madrid's McNair research project focuses on political philosophy and immigration.

May 12, 2014

Theatre Arts (submit) Good News


News is about Steve Nabors
They are: Alumni
Class of: 2004

MA Theatre Production 2004 graduate, Steven Nabors, has been named "Humanities Professor of the Year" at Meridian Community College, in Meridian, MS.

Nabors has been on the faculty at MCC since 2007.

August 29, 2014
News is about Spencer Clouse
They are: Alumni
Class of: 2013
#CWUTHeatre BFA Design and Production alumnus Spencer Clouse (2013) will be hitting the road this holiday season as the stage manager a tour of A Christmas Carol presented by Nebraska Theatre Caravan. The tour will be visiting cities in Connecticut, New York, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania...
August 23, 2014
News is about Nick Tarabini
They are: Alumni
Class of: 2014
Nicholas James Tarabini, 2014 BFA Musical Theatre graduate, will be joining Seattle Musical Theatre's production of 'Fiddler on the Roof' in the role of Motel. The production runs November 7 - 23, 2014 — with Nicholas James Tarabini.
August 23, 2014

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News is about: Joseph O'Connor
They are: Undergraduate Student

A special congratulations to Joseph O'Connor, a recent World Languages graduate, who was nominated and selected to deliver a speech during the 2014 Honors Convocation. We also congratulate Joseph for being awarded the Raymond Smith Award for Achievement in Scholarship at Indiana University...

June 25, 2014
News is about: Alejandro Lee
They are: Faculty Member

Alejandro Lee presented on heritage language education at the "Jornada de desarrollo profesional para profesores de español como lengua de herencia en 'high school' at Columbia Basin College, Pasco, on 17 May 2014. The workshop was sponsored by the U of Washington-Division of Spanish and...

May 30, 2014
News is about: Sergio Madrid
They are: Undergraduate Student

Mr. Sergio Madrid, a McNair scholar majoring in Spanish and Philosophy, has been selected for the Washington, D.C. Leadership Internship program. Congratulations, Sergio! ¡Enhorabuena!

May 13, 2014

Other (submit) Good News


News is about: Dr. Raymond A. Hall
They are: Faculty Member

Dr Raymond A. Hall in collaboration with Dr. Kathleen Barlow, Chair of Anthropology and Mr Nick Henderson, President of the Roslyn Museum has received the following matching grant. Partnership-in-Scholarship Grant Awarded for African American Migration to the Roslyn, Washington Coal Field Dr....

December 3, 2011