Spotlight

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Gillian Conoley Releases Her New Book!
October 3, 2019

Gillian Conoley, poetry professor, has released her new book, A Little More Red Sun on the Human, published by

Ianthe Brautigan and Paul Swensen
Ianthe Brautigan to Executive Produce "The Hawkline Monster"
June 21, 2019

Ianthe Brautigan Swensen, instructor in the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, will executive produce with her husband, Paul Swensen the screen adaptation of the book The Hawkline Monster,

Petaluma Community Band
Summer of Conducting and Commissions from Brian Wilson!
June 16, 2019

Faculty member Brian S. Wilson was busy early in the summer guest conducting and with performances of his original compositons. 

Talena Presenting
Celebrating Faculty Scholarly Creative Work April 2019
April 23, 2019

On April 23, 2019, the School of Arts and Humanities held their 6th Annual celebration of Faculty Scholarly Creative Work.  Several of our fabulous faculty shared their

Brian Wilson
Wilson's Klezmer Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra re-commissioned
December 1, 2018

A newly re-commissioned piece, Klezmer Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra by the Department of Music's Brian S.

Gillian Conoley
Conoley's Shelley Memorial Award winning poem featured
November 15, 2018

Professor of English and Poet-in-Residence Gillian Conoley was featured in the Poetry Foundation’s "Poetry Now" podcast.

Helmut Wautischer
Wautischer attends World Congress of Philosophy in Beijing
October 1, 2018

Helmut Wautischer, senior lecturer at the Department of Philosophy, filed a report at the World Congress of Philosophy in Beijing.

Janet Hess
Hess receives NEH Award to produce "IndigenousMap"
August 7, 2018

Janet received her J.D. at the University of Iowa with an emphasis on poverty law, her M.A. from Columbia University, and her Ph.D.

Francisco Vasquez
Vázquez gets grant from Department of Mental Health
April 30, 2017

Dr. Francisco H. Vázquez received $1.18 million grant to conduct research on mental and behavioral health with Latino community.