Jennifer Kling, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, and Max Shulman, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance, will co-direct a project recently funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The title of the project is “To the Battlefield and Back Again: Conversations on War, Trauma and Life After Service.” Read more from the article in the Communique, written by Mark Belcher.
Stephen Cho Suh, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Women’s and Ethnic Studies, Sandy Ho, Assistant Dean & Director of Student Affairs, College of Education Assistant Professor attendant rank of Languages & Cultures, Yang Wei, Associate Professor of History, and George Bayuga, Instructor of Anthropology took part in the town hall. Learn more by reading the recent article in the Communique, written by Mark Belcher. You can also watch a recording of the town hall.
Pamela Miller, an Anthropology and History alum, was recently featured on #IAMIMSC. A select quote from her feature: “My duties include programing projects that guide archaeological and architectural inventories and updating each Installation Cultural Resources Management Plan. I also program projects related to Native American ethnographic studies and identification of properties of traditional, religious and cultural importance to 36 federally-recognized tribes with a cultural affiliation to the Front Range of Colorado and Wyoming.”
Raphi Sassower, Professor of Philosophy, was interviewed by the Communique about his new book “The Specter of Hypocrisy: Testing the Limits of Moral Discourse”. Anna Squires conducted the interview and authored the article: “7 Questions with Raphi Sassower, author of ‘The Specter of Hypocrisy’ “
A team of faculty in Technical Communication and Information Design (TCID) received a UCCS Faculty Cybersecurity seed grant to support their research. Sean Williams, Director of TCID, led the team that includes Alex Ilyasova, Associate Professor of TCID, Janice Thorpe, Senior Instructor of Communication, and Gurvirender Tejay, Associate Professor of Business. The project is titled “Exploring the User Experience Design of Commercially Available Cybersecurity Products for Personal Mobile Devices.” Continuing reading to view the project abstract.Continue reading “Faculty in Technical Communication and Information Design Receive Cybersecurity Grant”
LAS recently hired 2 Finance and Business Professionals. Beckie Munoz replaces Tish Fleener, who recently retired, in the Chemistry/Biochemistry department. Rosy Mora de Mondragon replaces Ruth Jackson, who retired, in the Biology department.
Keep reading to learn more about our newest staff members Beckie and Rosy…Continue reading “New Staff Members in LAS”
Colin Lewis, Instructor of Philosophy and Director of the Asian Studies minor, was recently featured in the Communique. He answered questions about his new book, “Confucian Ritual and Moral Education.” The article was written by Anna Squires and can be read at this link.
Dr. Ann Amicucci, Assistant Professor of English and Director of First-Year Rhetoric and Writing, recently published a book titled “Stories from First-Year Composition: Pedagogies that Foster Student Agency and Writing Identity.” She answered questions about her new book in an interview with the Communique.
Dr. Robert von Dassanowsky, Professor of German and of Film Studies, was recently named a CU Distinguished Professor. Read more in the Communique.
Dr. von Dassanowwsky joins the following Distinguished Professors in LAS:
- Robert Camley, physics and energy science, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
- Zbigniew Celinski, physics and energy science, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
- Paul Harvey, history, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
- Thomas Pyszczynski, psychology, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
- Thomas Wynn, anthropology, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
Stephany Rose Spaulding, Associate Professor of Women’s & Ethnic Studies, was recently named a Woman of Influence award winner by the Colorado Springs Business Journal. Read more at the Communique: “Spaulding Honored with 2020 Woman of Influence Award,” written by Anna Squires.