Fellowship for SJSU Faculty Women

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Center for Faculty Development
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192

408-924-2303
cfd@sjsu.edu

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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