Faculty Research & Creative Projects
Faculty members pursue a wide variety of scholarly research projects, film and journalism work, and other creative endeavors, often working side-by-side with students. As teaching, research, and production assistants, our students have more opportunities to co-teach, co-publish, and co-create with the faculty than at programs in which undergraduates have to compete with graduate students for the faculty's attention. These experiences give our students an advantage in the job market and in getting into graduate schools.
Andrew Ishak examines how firefighters communicate and gain experience while performing a dangerous job.
Fr. Paul Soukup, S.J., is honored for his exploration of theology and communication.
Faculty members are working with students to reduce violence through their teaching, creative work, and service.
Rohit Chopra reflects on political and cultural trends in India and how they intersect with life in the United States in a series of articles and interviews.
Christine Bachen and Chad Raphael worked with professors in other departments at SCU to reveal how game-based learning could help close the achievement gap in civic education.