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Faculty In the News / Scholarly Accomplishments

(as of April 15, 2014)

 

Maier, Notess Read Their Poetry at Open Books on April 18
Professor of English Jennifer Maier and Response Managing Editor Hannah Notess will read from their new books of poetry on Friday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. at Open Books in Wallingford. Jennifer will read from her poetry collection Now, Now (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013), and Hannah will read from her book Ghost House (Floating Bridge Press 2013). Open Books is located at 2414 N. 45th Street in Seattle. More

Woodward’s Professional Updates
Professor of History Bill Woodward has contributed in a variety of ways in regional historical venues. In February, he was elected vice president of the Pacific Northwest Historians Guild. On request, he wrote a formal evaluation of Washington State Historical Museum’s new exhibit about the Civil War in the Pacific Northwest (he highly recommends it) for the American Association for State and Local History. He also gave presentations to the Highline Historical Society on baseball, and to an Everett retirement community on Lincoln’s constitutional views. He has recently returned from the 2014 Pacific Northwest History Conference in Vancouver, Washington, for which he served on the Program Committee.

Kierulff’s Article Published
An article by Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance Herbert Kierulff titled "Net Present Value: Six Ways to Improve Precision" was published at the Society of Business Research Conference (Ed. Michael Phillips. 2014. 13). Herb is the Donald Snellman Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance.