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Welcome to the College of Arts and Humanities News page. Read about the many achievements of our faculty, students, staff, and alumni. Submit your own good news if you are a current or former college member.
 
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Submitted: May 23, 2012     Name:Jennee LeavittHometown: SeattleDepartment: Theatre Arts
News:Jennee Leavitt, 2012 BFA costume technician, has accepted a summer internship at The Village Theatre in Issaquah as a costume shop manager intern, where she will assist the costume shop manager get everything ready for the next year's season. She then heads to Phoenix, AZ accepting a position at Phoenix Theatre from August to May.
Submitted: May 22, 2012     Name:Lynn ThompsonHometown: Department: Philosophy
News:Lynn Thompson won a SOURCE Best Presentation Award for her talk, "The Juxtaposition of Divine and Physical Love," which was developed out of research she did for a Philosophy of Love course in Winter 2012.
Submitted: May 20, 2012     Name:Michael 'Mac' BrownHometown: Department: Philosophy
News:Mac Brown was recognized as the CAH Outstanding Student of the year for his academic accomplishments, departmental and community contributions.
Submitted: May 20, 2012     Name:Judy MillerHometown: Department: Philosophy
News:Judy Miller received the 2012 CAH Raymond A. Smith Award for Achievement in Scholarship for her paper, "The Vanishing World of the Indian Jew" from Dr. Szpek's Jewish Literature in Translation course.
Submitted: May 8, 2012     Name:Brian Hollander IIHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Brain will take on the Assistant Costumer position as well as appear in several roles at Leavenworth Summer Theatre
Submitted: May 8, 2012     Name:Dustyn MoirHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Dustyn is accepting the offer for the roles of Jimmy in Thoroughly Modern Mille, Tommy in Annie Get Your Gun, and Admiral/Nazi/Party Guest in The Sound of Music at Leavenworth Summer Theatre.
Submitted: May 8, 2012     Name:Julia LunaHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Julia will appear as a Chorus Member in The Sound of Music at Leavenworth Summer Theatre
Submitted: May 8, 2012     Name:Alex SmithHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Alex will join professional directors and actors from the Seattle market in mounting the two productions at the Centerstage Summer Theatre Festival in Federal Way August 16-26, 2012.
Submitted: May 8, 2012     Name:Chauncey TraskHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Chauncey will join professional directors and actors from the Seattle market in mounting the two productions at the Centerstage Summer Theatre Festival in Federal Way August 16-26, 2012.
Submitted: May 8, 2012     Name:Brandon Charles WalkerHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Brandon will join professional directors and actors from the Seattle market in mounting the two productions at the Centerstage Summer Theatre Festival in Federal Way August 16-26, 2012.
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GRADUATE STUDENTS
Submitted: 06-16-2006     Name:Billy GibsonHometown: Department: English
News:Billy Gibson graduated in Spring with a Master of Arts (Literature), completing his superior paper, Crime Waves: Deceit, Larceny, Collusion, and Murder in the Victorian Criminal Underworld in Several Works by Charles Dickens, under the direction of George Drake (Chair), Gerry Stacy, and Paulus Pimomo. He will be entering the teacher certification program at CWU.
Submitted: 06-16-2006     Name:Jessica DurganHometown: Department: English
News:Jessica Durgan graduated in Spring with her Master of Arts (Literature), completing her thesis, Who Read What? Depictions of Reading in 19th Century British Novels, under the direction of George Drake (Chair), Laila Abdalla, and Paulus Pimomo. She will be entering a Ph.D. program at the University of Texas A & M.
Submitted: 06-16-2006     Name:Margaret AmadHometown: Department: English
News:Margaret Amad graduated with her Masters of Arts (Literature) in Spring, completing her exam under the direction of Gerry Stacy (Chair), Laila Abdalla, and John Vifian.
Submitted: 06-14-2006     Name:Matthew HuettHometown: Department: English
News:Matthew Huett (M.A. Literature and Teaching Certification) has accepted a teaching position at a high school in Nyssa, Oregon.
Submitted: 06-03-2006     Name:Jessica DurganHometown: Department: English
News:Jessica Durgan (M.A. LIT) has been admitted to the Ph.D. program at Texas A & M with an appointment as a Teaching Assistant and a $20,000 Merit Fellowship.
Submitted: 06-03-2006     Name:Janine BatorHometown: Department: English
News:Janine Bator (M.A. LIT) has won a Summer Research Grant of $2,500 from the CWU Office of Graduate Studies. She will use the grant for research on her thesis project, titled "Repossessing Identity: the Work of Rita Ann Higgins." Janine will travel to Ireland this summer to interview Irish poet Higgins and study at the Yeats International Summer School.
Submitted: 06-03-2006     Name:Heather-Ann JohnsonHometown: Department: English
News:Heather-Ann Johnson (M.A. LIT) gave a presentation entitled "Productively Responding to Student Needs: A Portfolio Approach to Recurring Sessions" at the Pacific Northwest Writing Center Association conference in April 2006 at Oregon State University.
Submitted: 06-02-2006     Name:Juanita HarmanHometown: Department: History
News:Juanita Harman, History Graduate Student, won a prestigious year-long fellowship at Peking University.
Submitted: 05-23-2006     Name:Patrice LaurentHometown: Department: History
News:Patrice Laurent received the 2005-06 Graduate Student Scholarship Achievement Award for her research on "Coffee Production in Chiapas, Mexico. Her advisor was Michael Ervin. The announcement of this award was made at the College of Arts and Humanities Achievement Awards Banquet in the New SUB/REC Ballroom on May 16, 2006.
Submitted: 05-18-2006     Name:Rachel BirksHometown: Department: History
News:Rachel's graduate summer research proposal "'Within the Revolution Everything, Against the Revolution Nothing': Art, National Identity, and the Cold War in Communist Cuba" has been funded by the Faculty Development and Research Committee.
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FACULTY MEMBER
Submitted: January 28, 2013     Name:Stephen RobisonHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU Ceramic Professor Stephen Robison has work in the 43rd Annual Ceramics Exhibit: CA 1013 Crossman Gallery at Univeristy of Wisconsin, Whitewater January 24 – February 20 - Longtime ceramic area Professor Charlie Olson retired in the spring of 2012 and will be featured in this retrospective exhibition along with a group of invited artists. The group includes alumni as well as current and past faculty members in the Department of Art & Design.
Submitted: January 14, 2013     Name:Hometown: Department: Communication
News:Film and Video Studies faculty member Jon Ward directed a film here on campus that will screen on 9 February at the Spokane International Film Festival. The film is titled V3 and stars many CWU students.
Submitted: January 10, 2013     Name:Mark HaniukHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:The Museum of Culture and Environment at CWU opened its latest exhibit "Voices of the River: Life Along the Yakima" assisted by the talents of Theatre Arts scenic designer Marc Haniuk supported by Scene shop manager David Barnett, and Design and Production students Felipe D. J. Avalos and Erika Hinze. The theatre team "set the stage" for an outstanding exhibit by designing elements which unified an eclectic look at life on the Yakima River.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Scott RobinsonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Robinson has recently been appointed to the board of the Federal Way-based Centerstage Theatre.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Scott RobinsonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Robinson has been invited to present a workshop "Interviewing for College Theatre Design and Technology Programs" in multiple sessions at the Utah Theatre Association's annual conference. The conference will be held in Salt Lake City Jan 22-24, 2013
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Brenda HubbardHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:CWU BFA Performance graduates Tyson James Dailey, Heather King, Tom Lees, and Andrew Shanks join professional director, and CWU professor, Brenda Hubbard in Northwest Classical Theatre's production of "Antony and Cleopatra" running February 1 - March 10, 2013. They are supported by CWU MA candidate Lisa Newhouse, serving as dramaturg, and Portland scenic and lighting designer Derek Lane. see more at http://www.nwctc.org/
Submitted: December 21, 2012     Name:Gary BartlettHometown: Department: Philosophy
News:Dr. Bartlett's paper 'Internalism and the snapshot conception of phenomenal experience: a reply to Fisher' has been accepted for publication in the journal Philosophical Psychology.
Submitted: November 14, 2012     Name:Hometown: Department: Art
News:Several CWU art faculty, students and alumni are included in the 57th Annual Central Washington Artist’s Exhibition at the Larson Gallery at YVCC in Yakima. The exhibit runs through December 8th. Award winners include: CWU Professor Shari Stoddard – Marcia Blevins Award of Excellence in Painting CWU Senior Lecturer Joan CawleyCrane – Gasperetti Award CWU Art Student Ross Quesnell – Excellence in Drawing Award CWU alumnus Scott Mayberry – Karen Raine Memorial Award CWU alumna Monika Lemmon – Award in Honor of Cheryl H. Hahn
Submitted: November 14, 2012     Name:Gustavo PlascenciaHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU Photo Professor Gustavo Plascencia attended the SPENW Conference in Eugene, Oregon last week. (Society for Photographic Education)
Submitted: November 5, 2012     Name:Christopher SchedlerHometown: Department: English
News:Christopher Schedler, English, and Director of Multimodal Learning, gave two presentations in October: "Five Key Measures of Quality Assurance in Online Learning" at the Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando; and "Don’t Facebook Me: Using a *Private* Academic Social Network to Engage Students" at the NASPAtech Student Affairs Technology Conference, Indianapolis.
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STAFF MEMBER
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ALUMNI
Submitted: March 4, 2013     Name:Sarah DeGrave Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Three Cwu-Theatre Arts grads star in the World At Large Theatre production “Doing the Cockroach” by Andrew Shanks Shanks, directed by Tom Lees, both CWU alumni. Lauren Pearsall and John Meyer reprise their roles as Sister Ray and Edmund (respectively) and Sarah DeGrave joins the cast as Daisy. The production is an official selection of the 2013 Fertile Grounds Festival--Part of Ripen: A Feast of New Works at Milepost 5 (Portland) running Through February 1.
Submitted: March 4, 2013     Name:John MeyerHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Three Cwu-Theatre Arts grads star in the World At Large Theatre production “Doing the Cockroach” by Andrew Shanks Shanks, directed by Tom Lees, both CWU alumni. Lauren Pearsall and John Meyer reprise their roles as Sister Ray and Edmund (respectively) and Sarah DeGrave joins the cast as Daisy. The production is an official selection of the 2013 Fertile Grounds Festival--Part of Ripen: A Feast of New Works at Milepost 5 (Portland) running Through February 1.
Submitted: March 4, 2013     Name:Lauren Pearsall Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Three Cwu-Theatre Arts grads star in the World At Large Theatre production “Doing the Cockroach” by Andrew Shanks Shanks, directed by Tom Lees, both CWU alumni. Lauren Pearsall and John Meyer reprise their roles as Sister Ray and Edmund (respectively) and Sarah DeGrave joins the cast as Daisy. The production is an official selection of the 2013 Fertile Grounds Festival--Part of Ripen: A Feast of New Works at Milepost 5 (Portland) running Through February 1.
Submitted: March 4, 2013     Name:Tom LeesHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Three Cwu-Theatre Arts grads star in the World At Large Theatre production “Doing the Cockroach” by Andrew Shanks Shanks, directed by Tom Lees, both CWU alumni. Lauren Pearsall and John Meyer reprise their roles as Sister Ray and Edmund (respectively) and Sarah DeGrave joins the cast as Daisy. The production is an official selection of the 2013 Fertile Grounds Festival--Part of Ripen: A Feast of New Works at Milepost 5 (Portland) running Through February 1.
Submitted: March 4, 2013     Name: Andrew Shanks Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Three Cwu-Theatre Arts grads star in the World At Large Theatre production “Doing the Cockroach” by Andrew Shanks Shanks, directed by Tom Lees, both CWU alumni. Lauren Pearsall and John Meyer reprise their roles as Sister Ray and Edmund (respectively) and Sarah DeGrave joins the cast as Daisy. The production is an official selection of the 2013 Fertile Grounds Festival--Part of Ripen: A Feast of New Works at Milepost 5 (Portland) running Through February 1.
Submitted: March 4, 2013     Name: Ryan BohannonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:BFA Musical Theatre Performance graduate of 2012, Ryan Bohannon will appear in the role of Benjamin int Lyric Light Opera's production of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at Kirkland Performance Center, opening April 6-28th. Visit www.lyriclightopera.org for more info and to purchase tickets.
Submitted: March 4, 2013     Name: Brent GriffithHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Performance grad in the News! BWW Interview: Brent Griffith Talks MARRIAGE at Hilberry Theatre Read more about BWW Interview: Brent Griffith Talks MARRIAGE at Hilberry Theatre by detroit.broadwayworld.com
Submitted: February 11, 2013     Name:Lucas OrthmannHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU Alum Lucas Orthmann is having an exhibition at the Clymer Museum March 1 April 28, 2013. The opening day of the show is First Friday, March 1st. 416 North Pearl Street, Ellensburg
Submitted: February 11, 2013     Name:Scott MayberryHometown: Department: Art
News:CWU Alum Scott Mayberry, has an exhibition Love, Angst and Other Signs of Life at Core Gallery, 117 Prefontaine Place South, Seattle. Exhibition Dates: Feb. 6 - Mar 2, 2013
Submitted: January 17, 2013     Name:Derew CarterHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:‎Drew Carter has accepted a position as Technical Manager at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Performing Arts Center http://pac.tamucc.edu/: ‘This world-class acoustically-superb Concert Hall has pushed Corpus Christi to the forefront of cultural arts and entertainment in South Texas and features a 1500-seat Concert Hall with state-of-art acoustics, a striking 50-foot glass-walled lobby that faces Ocean Drive offering a beautiful 360-degree view of the Corpus Christi bay and the downtown skyline, and a versatile Greenroom for more intimate gatherings and receptions.’ Carter is a 2012 graduate of the CWU Design and Production specialization in the BFA program.
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