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Shannon Kringen Publishes New Book of Poetry

Shannon Kringen ’13 (Seattle, UGS) published a poetry book entitled Kringonian Pizzazz: KringSPEAK Poetry Goddess KRING. The inspiration for this book was Kringen’s synesthesia, which is when your brain routes…

Jordan Trimble Raising Awareness of Benefit Concert

Jordan Trimble ‘17 (Online, UGS), is a board member of University Settlement, a nonprofit working to improve the lives of underserved communities in Cleveland, Ohio. Trimble is working to raise…

Barbara Berg Publishes Two Poems

Barbara Berg ‘10 (Los Angeles, MFA) had two poems published in issue TQ27 of Tupelo Quarterly, “Something about vibration and sensory neurons” and “Even in this mess, something smells good…

Mikki Itzigsohn Presents “Songwriters” Gallery Art Show

Mikki Itzigsohn ‘13 (Los Angeles, BA) is having her first gallery show at Yard Dog in Austin, TX. The art show, entitled “Songwriters,” will run from February 15 – March…

Huijun “Nikki” Li Receives Leader of Tomorrow Award from the American Dance Therapy Association

Huijun “Nikki” Li ’23 (New England, Dance and Movement Therapy) was honored with the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) Leader of Tomorrow Award. It is given to a dance/movement therapist…

Crystal Cook Marshall Publishes “Big Rural: Rural Industrial Places, Democracy, and What Next”

Crystal Cook Marshall ’05 (Los Angeles, MFA) published Big Rural: Rural Industrial Places, Democracy, and What Next with Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield. Inspired by her family’s…

Ashley Benson Named Vice President of Student Affairs at Lourdes University

Ashley Benson ’20 (GSLC, PhD) has been named Vice President of Student Affairs at Lourdes University and will assume her role on March 19, 2024. Benson’s work centers around issues…

Amy Lesen Co-Authors Article

Graduate School of Leadership and Change Professor of Environmental Leadership and Participatory Change Amy Lesen, PhD, co-authored the article “Saltwater Intrusion and Sea Level Rise threatens U.S. rural coastal landscapes…

MFA Alum Mark Gozonsky Featured in “Los Angeles Times”

Mark Gozonsky ‘14 (Los Angeles, MFA) published an article in the Los Angeles Times entitled “How to Experience L.A. Like a Poet,” in which he gives practical advice to being…

Rachel M. Roberts Featured on Better Leaders, Better Schools Podcast

Rachel M. Roberts (GSLC, PhD) was recently featured on the most downloaded podcast for school leaders, Better Leaders, Better Schools, with Danny Bauer. During her interview, Roberts shared research from…

Alum and Faculty Publish Paper on the Nesting Ecology of Spotted Turtles

John Garrison ’22 (New England, MS) and Lisabeth L. Willey, PhD, research faculty in the Environmental Studies Department, published a paper entitled “Nesting Ecology of Spotted Turtles (Clemmys Guttata) at…

Froswa Booker-Drew Featured in Article in “Dallas Doing Good”

Froswa Booker-Drew ’12 (GSLC, PhD) was featured in Dallas Doing Good. The article, entitled “Froswa Booker-Drew: Cultivating Philanthropy and Collaboration for Community Transformation in Dallas,” describes Booker-Drew’s work at Soulstice…