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Happy Holidays From CASSH News! 


 
From the Dean's Desk ...

Dean's Report:    
What We've Accomplished  December 2014


We are proud to present our December 2014 Dean's Report. This report represents the accomplishments of the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities from July to December 2014. 
The Front Lines:
Where to Turn for Assistance 


Aggressive behavior, illness, emotional crisis and disability can serve as indicators of physical or psychological danger. The Faculty/Staff 911 Guide from Counseling and Psychological Services offers critical insight. Recognize these signs in others and know where to turn to for assistance. 

Call for CASSH News Submissions! 


Do you have news, events, staff, faculty or students that you would like featured in an upcoming newsletter? Please send submissions for the next newsletter to Brandy Gottlieb by Friday, January 9th to bgottlieb@uwf.edu
 
Featuring Our Staff and Faculty 
Eileen Perrigo
Instructor, Honored at FPRA


Nearly 70 friends, colleagues, students and former students-turned PR practitioners joined the November Pensacola chapter luncheon of the Florida Public Relation’s Association (FPRA) in honor of Eileen Perrigo, M.Ed., APR. After a 33 year career with UWF, the well-respected mentor and contributor to the discipline of Public Relations is retiring. Read more. 

Perrigo pictured with Naomi Kjer, former student.
Kayln Wolfe
Office Specialist, Communication Arts 


Originally from Orange Beach, enrolling at UWF for graduate school was like coming home for Kalyn Wolfe. She graduated from UWF in August 2013 with a master's in strategic communication and leadership. Preceding her continued education at UWF, Kalyn graduated from the University of Montevallo in 2010 with a degree in mass communication, double majoring in print and broadcast journalism.

(Read More of Kalyn's Story.  Find out how she is making a difference through the non-profit she founded as a student at UWF.)
In Other News

Dr. Jocelyn Evans, Associate Dean of CASSH, Dr. Michelle Williams, Chair of the Department of Government and Dr. Steve Brown, Dean of CASSH, celebrate Williams' appointment as department chair. 


Williams Named Department Chair


The Department of Government officially welcomed Michelle Williams as the new chair on December 10th, as Jocelyn Evans “passed the baton”. Steve Brown, CASSH Dean, conducted the official investiture and gave several kind words in honor of Evans and Williams’ service.

Dean Brown indicated that associate deans and department chairs hold two of the most challenging positions on campus as these positions are often called to face heavy responsibilities with limited resources.

“It takes a very special, very patient and very wise person to fill that role,” Brown reflected of both positions. “We’re grateful for the leadership and guidance that Dr. Evans has provided …and extremely grateful that we have the chance to pass opportunity … along to Dr. Williams in the knowledge she’ll carry on those traditions and continue to serve the department quite well… We’re grateful for her service, Dr. Evans’ service and look forward to a warm future, a brilliant future from that entire department.”

Evans and Williams began their career with UWF in the Department of Government in 2003.  

Next Exit History and HRA Sign Agreement

On November, 5th, Dr. Richard Podemski signed a licensing agreement on behalf of UWF and the Next Exit History ™ app with Historical Research Associates (HRA) to execute operations on behalf of the project birthed from UWF’s History professors John Clune and Patrick Moore. Congratulations to the founders, professors and collaborators who have worked to insure the success of this application’s growth and contribution to the advancement of historical tourism and preservation.

Listen to the November 6th WUWF radio interview and read Hemmings Daily's December 3rd report on the app.  

 

CASSH Tech Tip                        


The CASSH Tech team is available to assist with all of your CASSH tech needs and is ready to provide the same excellent technical support as they did for CAS Tech!

Please remember to submit a request for required technical assistance. To complete a work order, visit the ITS Help Desk through the MyUWF site. The Help Desk will route CASSH work orders to CASSH Tech. For additional questions, contact the Help Desk at 
helpdesk@uwf.edu, or by phone at x2075. 


To reach the CASSH Tech team directly, contact casshtech@uwf.edu

Meet the CASSH Tech Team:

Rigel Steinnecker, Local Support Provider, rsteinnecker@uwf.edu, x2910
Chris Padden, Technical Support, x6174
Sridhar Natarajan, Technical Support, x6174




 

Call for Student Works 

The Women's Studies Collective is now
 accepting undergraduate and graduate student submissions to the 14th Annual Women's Studies Conference to be held Monday, March 16th, 2015. Works must investigate women, gender, or sexuality-related topics and may include academic research papers, creative prose or poetry, artwork, original choreographies, musical numbers or poster presentations. The Deadline for submissions is Friday, January 30th. Please forward all inquiries or submissions to uwffeministtheory@gmail.com.

Here's What's Coming Up in CASSH! 


Have an event you'd like to feature on the UWF or CASSH News calendar?                Email Brandy Gottlieb at bgottlieb@uwf.edu
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Against the Odds: The Art of the Highwaymen 
Voices of Pensacola presented by Gulf Power
Through December 28 
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Beaches, Creatures and Cowboys:
Florida Movie Posters 

Historic Pensacola Campus 
Through February 5th 

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A Christmas Carol 
December 5-14 
CFPA 

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Points of Departure, a Foundation-level Student Art Exhibition
January 6- 29
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Radio Live

January 8
6-8pm 
Visit Radio Live for more details.
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Reception: Points of Departure
January 29
12pm-3pm
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Faculty Recital
Featuring Dr. Hedi Salanki-Rubardt and Mr. Blake Riley
January 27
7:30pm -9:30pm 

CFPA
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Modern Pulp Exhibit
January 28 - 31
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Modern Pulp Opening Reception 
January 30
6-8pm

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Mozart Requiem Mass
 
Featuring the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra an
d UWF Singers
January 31st
Visit the Pensacola Symphony for more information. 


 

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