AH students were recognized at the annual Roadrunner Society Awards Ceremony. The society recognizes graduating seniors in the areas of leadership, academics, athletics, and community service. Congratulations to our amazing students!!
The School of Arts and Humanities held their 2019 Honors Convocation on Tuesday, May 7th, to recognize outstanding papers, projects, and students in each program. The evening concluded with the announcement of the Outstanding Graduate of the school which was kept as a secret until the ceremony.
We congratulate all of our students for their academic excellence and hard-work. We are so proud of you!
DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE
Jessica Manzo - Charles Kegley Award in Philosophy & Religious Studies
Jennifer Paulsen - Clio Award in History
Treyvonna Acton - George Ketterl Award in Art
Kaitlyn Kretsinger-Dunham - Li'i Pearl Award in English
Emily Gamez - Outstanding Visual Arts Project
Frederick Townsend - Outstanding Performing Arts Project
Guillermo Ybarra - Outstanding Undergraduate Paper
Kaitlyn Kretsinger-Dunham - Outstanding Graduate Paper
Maria Rodriquez Ornelas - Outstanding Master's Thesis
DEPARTMENTAL OUTSTANDING M.A. GRADUATES
Kaitlyn Kretsinger-Dunham - English
Alyson Moss - History
Allison Abbott - Spanish
DEPARTMENTAL OUTSTANDING B.A. GRADUATES
Monica Juarez - Art & Art History
Rylee Smith - Communications
Julia Rios - English
James White - History
Maria de los Angeles Castanon - Modern Languages & Literatures
Dulce Magdaleno - Modern Languages & Literatures
Zoe Zanoff - Music
Guillermo Ybarra - Philosophy
Rick Fewtrell - Religious Studies
Guinevere PH Dethlefson - Theatre
OUTSTANDING GRADUATE OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS & HUMANITIES
Better Together Days 2019 was a huge success with 42 campuses across the country who organized 111 programs with over 4300 students and educators. We are grateful to all of these campuses for putting so much hard work and dedication into their events!
There were 12 campuses who won our competition for free ILI registration, as they stood out to us for demonstrating their commitment to creating more interest, more dialogue, and more action on their campuses.
Congratulations to students and educators at Northeastern University Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Texas Lutheran University, The College of Idaho's Interfaith Council, BYU-Idaho, California State University, Bakersfield, Multi Faith & Belief Student Council at CSU, Elizabethtown College, Chapman University, Lewis University, Ekklesia at Missouri State University, and University Of Redlands' Multi-Faith Student Association.
Great positive energy at the April 23rd, 2019, release party for "Orpheus" (the literary journal housed in the English Department at California State University, Bakersfield).
Dr. Robert Frakes (Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities) recently published an article in Antiquité Tardive: Revue Internationale d'Histoire et d'Archéologie (IVe-VIIIe), an international scholarly journal focusing on the world of late antiquity.
This special issue of the journal was edited by Dr. Sylvain Janniard of the University of Tours and focused on the governance of cities in late antiquity from the 4th to the 7th centuries AD/CE. It includes articles by scholars from Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, Scotland, Spain, and the United States. Frakes’ article examines the evolution of the judicial office of the defensor civitatis (or defender of the city) as well as the reception of the office in the 4th and 5th centuries AD/CE.
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