Fellowship for SJSU Faculty Women

Get to Know Your Fabulous Colleagues and Their Research

An opportunity to listen to women faculty on campus share their research interests, achievements, and to create much-needed conversation about faculty interests on campus.

This Lecture Series is presented by the Fellowship for SJSU Faculty Women and hosted by the Center for Faculty Development on Thursdays, 12:00-1:15 pm, IRC 210.

 

2015 Spring Semester

 


  Amy D'Andrade      

2/05/2015
Amy D'Andrade, Associate Professor, Social Work

"Meeting struggling parents where they are: Service delivery in Child Protective Services systems”


  kate davis

3/19/2015
Kate Davis, Professor and Chair, Geography

"At home in the wild:  The botanical adventures of Ynes Mexia in Mexico and South America, 1925-1938. ”

     

2014 Fall Semester Series


   edward worley

10/07/2014
Beverly Grindstaff, Associate Professor, Art & Art History

 




 Liz Cara

10/28/2014
Liz Cara, Chair, Occupational Therapy

 


  Sang Kil 

12/02/2014
Sang Kil, Associate Professor, Justice Studies

 



 

2014 Spring Semester Series


Photo of Tanya Bakhru  

2/05/2014
Tanya Bakhru, Assistant Professor, Women Studies

"Movement, Consumption, and Choice in Neoliberal Reproductive Health Discourses: An Irish Case Study”


Photo of Mary Poffenroth

 

3/05/2014
Mary Poffenroth, Lecturer, Biological Sciences

"Large Lecture Student Engagement"


Photo of Kathrine Richardson  

4/02/2014
Kathrine Richardson, Assistant Professor, Geology

“Shaping and Making a Future: Iranian American Business and Technology Leaders in Silicon Valley”


Photo of Lynne Trulio


 

5/07/2014
Lynne Trulio, Chair & Professor, Environmental Studies

"Return of the Native: Can we save burrowing owls in Silicon Valley?"


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2013 Fall Semester Series


Annie Marie Todd  

9/11/2013
Anne Marie Todd, Professor, Communication Studies

“Environmental patriotism: A communication strategy for mobilizing social change”

   

Rosemary Henze

Katherine Masters

 

10/16/2013

Rosemary Henze, Professor, Linguistics and Language Development and
Katherine Masters, Lecturer, English & Comparative Literature

“Problem Posing, Partnership, and Inquiry-Based Language Learning in Nicaragua”

   
Susan Shillinglaw

 

11/06/2013
Susan Shillinglaw, Professor, English & Comparative Literature

“Carol and John Steinbeck: Ecology of Marriage”

 

   
Miranda Worthen

 

12/04/2013
Miranda Worthen, Assistant Professor, Health Science and Recreation

“Reintegration of War Affected Young Mothers: Findings from a community based participatory action research study in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Northern Uganda”



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