This is the second in a series of seven articles featuring the research conducted by faculty members on sabbatical during the fall 2018 semester. A shorter version of this article originally appeared in the spring 2019 issue of… Read More
Hilary (Sherratt) Yancey’s longstanding interest in the philosophy of disability took on a new light when she gave birth to Jackson, a spunky boy with a number of disabilities. Suddenly, her life looked different from the journey she had once envisioned.
Over the course of three years, Kaye Cook (psychology) and Si-Hua Chang ’16 created ways to code qualitative research on topics ranging from how the Church has changed to whether women should be ordained to national laws that potentially undermine church practice.
Jordan spent the summer of 2017 as one of the Braden Joplin Memorial Interns working for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations (C.I.R.).