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Updates about the latest publications and other achievements by our faculty, staff and students

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Week of: Jul 14, 2019

Faculty David Sleeth-Keppler, Business

David Sleeth-Keppler recently published an article in the journal Royal Society Open Science along with social scientists from George Mason University, The University of Bristol, and the University of Queensland. The open access paper can be accessed here:

Week of: Jun 16, 2019

Faculty Pam Bowers & Marissa O'Neill, Social Work

Social Work Professors Pam Bowers & Marissa O’Neill have co-authored an article in the Journal of Children and Poverty titled The Lived Experience of Being A Homeless College Student.

The abstract reads:

Heightened awareness that college students are facing homelessness points to the need for more research on this vulnerable subpopulation of emerging adults. The study, which draws on the social inequalities framework, uses qualitative interpretive meta-synthesis (QIMS) to develop a comprehensive understanding of the lived experience of college students who are homeless. The sample consisted of 60 college students among seven studies. The QIMS revealed four themes, including Trauma, Priority Hierarchy, Homeless (situational) Identity, and Resilience. Definition recommendations are proposed and policy and practice implications discussed.

You can read a pdf of the full study here:

Student Club Karina Coronado, Campus Center for Appropriate Technology

The Campus Center for Appropriate Technology won a Best Practices Award in Student Sustainability Leadership, to be awarded at the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference this July at UC Santa Barbara. CCAT Co-Director Karina Coronado will present about HSU’s sustainable living demonstration home & laboratory. Read more at:

Week of: Jun 09, 2019

Faculty Janet Winston, English

Prof. Janet Winston was awarded a Faculty Development Seminar Travel Fellowship by the Palestinian American Research Center as part of its 10th annual competition. Prof. Winston traveled to Palestine/Israel as part of a U.S. faculty delegation to five Palestinian universities. She met with professors and human rights activists in the West Bank in an effort to develop place-based knowledge and foster international collaborations with teacher-scholars living in Palestine.

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