The Association of College and University Housing Officers‐International (ACUHO‐I) is proud to announce that WWU director of University Residences Leonard Jones has been honored with the 2021 Parthenon Award.
WWU Assistant Professor of Management Meg Warren recently published a new article in The Conversation, "Why women need male allies in the workplace – and why fighting everyday sexism enriches men too," at https://theconversation.com/why-women-need-male-allies-in-the-workplace-and-why-fighting-everyday-sexism-enriches-men-too-164384.
WWU Journalism Department faculty member Stephen Howie recently has an article, "Suspended by only a wing and the air, glider pilots soar from Samish Overlook," published in the Seattle Times.
Roberta D. Kjesrud of Western Washington University recently published a new book, Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity, which presents an equity-based studio approach to coaching student growth in academic literacies, especially research, reading, and writing.
WWU Assistant Professor of Art Ryan Kelly recently spoke about his artwork with Ben Carter, curator of the "Tales of a Red Clay Rambler" podcast. Links to the interview are below.
Western Washington University Professor of Environmental Studies Michael Medler testified before a hearing on “Forest Resilience and Management for Wildfire” at the State of Oregon's Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Wildfire Recovery on March 15. The minutes of his testimony, and his prepared preparation, are attached below.
WWU Assistant Professor of History Christine Johnston’s new edited collection, "The Gift of the Nile? Ancient Egypt and the Environment" was just published by the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections. The contributors offer studies on the cultural and environmental impact of the Nile on the people of ancient Egypt.
Babafemi Akinrinade, a professor in Western's Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, has recently published a new book as well as a chapter in other book:
Babafemi Akinrinade, ATROCITY CRIMES, ATROCITY LAWS AND JUSTICE IN AFRICA (The Hague, Netherlands: Eleven International Publishing, 2021), published December 2020. The book cover image is attached.
Book Chapter Publication:
Western Washington University Professor of Global Humanities and Religions Jonathan Miran has been awarded a research grant from the Gerda Henkel Stiftung in Germany allowing him to devote time in 2021 to pursue his book project The Global Red Sea: Histories of Space, Circulation, and Exchange.
Established in 1976, the Gerda Henkel Foundation primarily supports research in the historical humanities.