Dr. Tess Neal, Saleem Shah Award winner, conducts research to improve our legal system

Dr.Tess NealNew College assistant professor Tess Neal recently won the Saleem Shah Award for Early Career Excellence in Psychology and Law. Neal constructed interdisciplinary research to educate the people about how decisions are influenced in the legal system. Integrating psychology, ethics and law allowed her to analyze the bigotry of forensic experts shaping legal decisions. Neal has the drive to endure her research broadly and improve the justice system by showing legal experts how to reduce the effects of these biases. For more on Dr. Neal’s incredible honor, please click here.

Canyon Voices Literary Magazine Fall 2015 issue released

canyonvoices-fall-2015 (1)Do you want to share your voice with the public? Then take a look at Canyon Voices! The online literary magazine founded by New College professor Julie Amparano gives students, faculty, and the community the opportunity to share their thought-provoking writing and artwork skills through the magazine. Contributors are encouraged to signify the language, style, culture and gender of oneself with the readers. The artistic magazine publishes twice a year; you can read the most recent issue here. For more information on Canyon Voices, and to read archived issues, please click here. Share your voice or ask questions via email at CanyonVoicesLitMag@gmail.com

West campus 30th anniversary profile: Duke Anoyke

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the groundbreaking of ASU’s West campus, New College will profile one influential person from the campus’ rich history throughout the month of February.
duku_3223_0Duku Anoyke
  • Associate Professor, School of Humanities, Arts & Cultural Studies.
  • Director of Interdisciplinary Global Learning and Engagement (IGLE).
  • Has taught at ASU West from 1999-present.

“My students still astound me with their profound sense of social justice and their willingness to experience the unknown and to give back, even as students. I’ve had immense opportunities at West, as family that supports and encourages us to spread our wings.”    

West campus 30th anniversary profile: Tom Haladyna

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the groundbreaking of ASU’s West campus, New College will profile one influential person from the campus’ rich history throughout the month of February.
Haladyne-TomTom Haladyna
  • Professor Emeritus.
  • One of 3 founding faculty members at ASU West.
  • Associate Professor of Educational Psychology from 1986-1989.

“My colleagues, students and I appreciated each other very much. Many become good friends, and we had many good times together. The intimacy of the campus lent to this atmosphere. We loved the campus environment, which was small and compatible.  We all knew each other, and faculty and staff across departments were one.”

West campus 30th anniversary profile: Arthur Sabatini

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the groundbreaking of ASU’s West campus, New College will profile one influential person from the campus’ rich history throughout the month of February.
arthursabatiniArthur Sabatini
  • Associate Professor in the School of Humanities, Arts & Cultural Studies.
  • Has taught at ASU West from1992 – present.
  • Helped design New College’s interdisciplinary arts and performance program (IAP) and the Interdisciplinary Studies M.A. program.

“The first students who enrolled at ASU West were as adventurous as the faculty. It was a promising time.”