Marie was part of an interdisciplinary team funded by a National Science Foundation grant : two professors and a graduate student from University of North Carolina Wilmington in North Carolina, and
In her 1987 essay, “Mama’s Baby, Papa’s Maybe: An American Grammar Book,” Hortense J. Spillers, distinguished visiting professor of literature at SUA, dismantled prevailing ideas about gender and
Soka University of America faculty advance knowledge in their fields through their research and scholarship outside the classroom. Here is a sampling of recent faculty publications and notable
Marie Nydam, assistant professor of biology, has received a research grant from the National Science Foundation. A marine evolutionary geneticist, Prof. Nydam is the first SUA faculty member to be
Karen Moran Jackson, assistant professor of educational psychology and assessment, has received a fellowship from the American Educational Research Association to advance her research on deeper
Katherine Perry, assistant professor of mathematics, is a long-time participant in an annual mathematics conference and workshop in southern Africa. The Southern African Mathematical Science
Verónica Quezada, assistant professor of Spanish language & culture, and Ian Read, associate professor of Latin American studies Prof. Ian Read in International Studies and Prof. Verónica Quezada in
Professor Emeritus and Artist in Residence Arie Galles gave a lecture/presentation, “There and Back Again,” at the Soka Athenaeum on September 25, 2019.
Spotlighting accomplishments by Michael Golden, Robert Allinson, Tomoko Takahashi, Shane Barter, Ted Lowe, Junyi Liu, Arie Galles, Ryan Ashley Caldwell, Tetsushi Ogata, and Aneil Rallin.