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2018 College Showcase Featured Guests

2018 College Showcase

Welcome and Introductory Remarks by Debbie Tahmassebi, Dean

一道本不卡免费高清The 2018 College Showcase celebrates achievements in teaching innovation, faculty scholarship and creative work, faculty-mentored student scholarship and creative work, and student-faculty collaboration in the      College of Arts and Sciences.

一道本不卡免费高清Through their respective discoveries, performances, artistry, collaboration, and dedication to the common good, College of Arts and Sciences faculty, staff, and students enrich their colleagues and classmates, our Santa Clara University community, and the world.

Featured Guests 

Anthropology: Mythri Jegathesan, Assistant Professor; William Pollard ’18 – Organizing the unorganized: gender empowerment and labor aspirations in Sri Lanka's informal sector 

 

Anthropology: Robin G. Nelson, Assistant Professor – Signaling Safety: Characterizing Fieldwork Experiences   and Their Implications for Career Trajectories 

Art & Art History/Imaginarium: Cole Dennis ’19; Faculty Mentor: Takeshi Moro, Assistant Professor –Within

 

Art & Art History/Santa Clara University Student Art League: Berkeley Hoerr ’21; Faculty Advisor: Ryan Carrington, Lecturer

 

Biology: Brody Sandel, Assistant Professor – Successful conservation of global waterbird populations depends on effective governance

 

Center for the Arts and Humanities: Dennis Gordon, Director and Professor, Political Science

 

Center for the Arts and Humanities/Digital Humanities:一道本不卡免费高清 Amy Lueck, Assistant Professor, English and Faculty Fellow

 

Chemistry & Biochemistry/Santa Clara University Chemistry Club: Jennifer Yin ’18; Faculty Advisor: Linda Brunauer, Associate Professor – Creating a successful balance of events to promote student involvement in the chemistry community

 

Child Studies: Jamie Arce ’18; Faculty Mentor: Brett Solomon – Supporting Hospitalized Youth

 

Child Studies: Amanda Fruhling ’18; Faculty Mentor: Brett Solomon – Communication Media and its Influence on Psychological and Relationship Development in Adolescents

 

Communication: Kelley Dong ’18 – My Museum: Enhancing Adolescents’ Artistic Interests Through Virtual Reality

 

Environmental Studies & Sciences: Chris Bacon, Associate Professor, C.J. Gabbe, Assistant Professor, Leslie Gray, Professor, Iris Stewart-Frey, Associate Professor; Marlene Cerritos-Rivas ’18, Genevieve Clow ’18,

 

Maddy McNamara ’19, Martin Perez ’18, Efren Oxlaj Tambito ’19, James Wang ’19 – Mapping Health Collaborative between Environmental Studies and Sciences and Public Health Program

 

History: Harry Odamtten, Assistant Professor, Robert Senkewicz, Professor, Nancy Unger, Professor Historians as Public Intellectuals: Using the Past to Inform the Present

 

History/SCU History Club: Madi Givens ‘18, Alexandra Sanicola ‘18, Mary Claire Simone ‘20, Emily Yekikian ‘20; Faculty Advisor: Greg Wigmore, Lecturer

 

Imaginarium: Dani Demeter ’19, Natalie Van Maerssen ’20; Faculty Mentor: Max Sims, Lecturer – TAVRN

 

Mathematics & Computer Science: Frank Farris, Professor, Mona Musa, LecturerLaboratory Sessions for Calculus

 

Mathematics & Computer Science: Nicolette Meshkat, Clare Booth Luce Assistant Professor一道本不卡免费高清; Jennifer Young ’18 – Finding Classes of Identifiable Linear Compartment Models Using Graph Theory

 

Mathematics & Computer Science/Student Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics: Walter Liu ’19, Nora McGinley ’19, Sai Panneerselvam ’18; Faculty Advisor: Tamsen McGinley, Associate Professor

 

Modern Languages & Literatures/Italian Studies: Michele Canny ’19; Faculty Mentors: Marie Bertola, Lecturer; Evelyn Ferraro, Assistant Professor – Italian for Social Justice

 

Modern Languages & Literatures/Spanish Studies: Mike Gomez ’19, Hector Martinez ’19; Faculty Mentors: Ariel Schindewolf, Lecturer, Francisco Jiménez, Professor Emeritus – Translation of Taking Hold: From Migrant Childhood to Columbia University

 

Modern Languages & Literatures/C.I.A.O. (Cultural Italian American Association): Mackenzie Ryan ’18; Faculty Advisor: Marie Bertola, Lecturer

 

Music: Anthony Rivera, Lecturer; Eric Lam ’21, Adam Miller '20, Andrew Shimshock ’21, Derek Sturhann ’20 – Expanding Repertoire Options for the Small Band Program; 2018 Western/Northwestern College Band Directors Association Intercollegiate Band; Steve Danyew's 'Into the Silent Land' – A musical composition commemorating the lives lost to gun violence at Sandy Hook Elementary in 2012

 

Music: Christina Zanfagna, Associate Professor – Holy Hip Hop in the City of Angels

 

Philosophy/Imaginarium: Carl Maggio ’18; Faculty Mentors: Scott LaBarge, Associate Professor, Erick Ramirez, Assistant Professor – VR Philosophical Thought Experiments

 

Physics/SPS (Society of Physics Students)/WiP (Women in Physics): Mandy Caputo ’18, Evangalea DiCicco ’18, Zach Steffen ’18; Faculty Advisor: Betty Young, Lee and Seymour Graff Professor II

 

Political Science: Paul Becker ’18, Margaret Kathryn LaFountain ‘18, Katherine Meyer ‘18, Mats Nelson ’18; Faculty Mentor: Naomi Levy, Associate Professor – Senior Seminar: Identity Politics in Comparative Perspective

 

Psychology: Christina McCollum ’18; Faculty Mentor: Kirsten Read, Assistant ProfessorI Feel Less Blue when I Read with You: The Effect of Shared Reading on the Adult Reader’s Affect 

 

Public Health Program: Sonja Mackenzie, Assistant Professor, Jamie Suki Chang, Assistant Professor; Tracy Ronquillo ’18 – Mapping homeless deaths in the Bay Area: Impact of community policies 

 

Religious Studies: David Gray, ProfessorTsong Khapa's Illumination of the Hidden Meaning: Mandala, Mantra, and the Cult of the Yoginis- A Study and Annotated Translation of Chapters 1-24 of the sbas don kun sel 

 

Theatre & Dance: Lee Harrold ’18; Faculty Mentors: Jeffrey Bracco, Lecturer, Max Sims, Lecturer – Charisma, The Glass Menagerie

 

Theatre & Dance/National Honor Society for Dance Arts: Sabrina Gouveia ’18, Samantha Pejouan ‘18, Madison Schiffman ’18; Faculty Advisor: Kristin Kusanovich 

 

Women’s & Gender Studies: Kathryn Franke ’18; Faculty Mentor: Laura Ellingson, Professor – Can I tell you a story? Feminist bioethics and the provider-patient relationship 

The College of Arts and Sciences provides a liberal arts education in the Jesuit tradition that prepares the whole person to succeed in a diverse and ever-changing world. Our devoted faculty, engaging curricula, groundbreaking research, and experiential opportunities are designed for one purpose: to stir the souls and develop the minds of our students to tackle society’s most fundamental issues.