Faculty in the Division of Social Sciences study a variety of topics. You can access more information about faculty in each area below.

 

Geography Psychology
History Sociology
Political Science

Geography

Ashley M. Johnson
Resource Faculty in Geography and Sustainability
Director of Sustainability Program
Phone: 256-7216
Email: ajohnso40@ju.edu

 

​Education

  • Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Ecology (GIS concentration), University of Florida
  • M.A., Urban and Regional Planning, University of Florida
  • B.S., Natural Resource Conservation, University of Florida

Fields of study

  • Coastal and marine geospatial planning
  • Management and modeling
  • Geospatial analysis of marine uses and conflict
  • Coastal policy and ocean governance
  • GIS education/instruction K-12 and higher education

Courses taught

  • Introduction to GIS (GEO 450)
  • Advanced GIS (GEO 455)
  • Introduction to Geography (GEO 200)
  • Urban and Regional Planning (GEO 400)
  • Environmental Policy and Planning (GEO 400)
  • Introduction to Sustainability (SUST 335)
  • Sustainability Seminars 1 and 2 (SUST 100 and 200)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • Interdisciplinary Geographic and Information Systems Certificate: Gainesville, FL
  • NOAA Graduate Research Fellowship: Washington, D.C.
  • Florida Marine Research Institute Research Grant: St. Petersburg, FL
  • Margaret E. Raynal Award for Outstanding Environmental Planning: Gainesville, FL

Jeff Martin
Associate Professor of Geography
Phone: 256-7225
Email: jmartin6@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., Geography, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • M.A., Geography, Appalachian State University
  • M.S., International Studies, Troy University
  • B.S., Engineering, United States Military Academy at West Point

Fields of study

  • Tropical climatology
  • Tropical storm path in the Atlantic basin
  • Wind damage in tropical storms
  • Landscape analysis
  • Geopiety and landscapes

Courses taught

  • World Geography (GEOG 200)
  • Topics in Regional Geography (GEOG 300)
  • Earth Science (GEOG 230)
  • Conservation of Natural Resources (GEOG 331)
  • Natural Disasters
  • Climate Change (GEOG 460)
  • Dynamic Meteorology (GEOG 411)
  • Environmental Issues of Florida (GEOG 431)
  • The Middle East

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • "Directional Characteristics of Potentially Damaging Wind Gusts in the Southeast United States" Physical Geography.
  • "A Mesoscale Wind Climatology for the Southeast United States." Applied Climatology Conference of the American Meteorological Society in Reno, Nevada (October, 1997).
  • "Adjusting Wind Speed Data Considering Terrain Characteristics and Measurement Technique." Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers in Boston, Massachusetts (March 1998).
  • "A Technique for Determining Relationships in Radial Data." Annual Conference of the Southeast Division of the Association of American Geographers in Tampa, Florida (November, 1999).
  • "An Analysis of Wind Gust Observations for Reporting Stations in the Southeast United States." Annual Conference of the Southeast Division of the Association of American Geographers in Charlotte, North Carolina (November 2003).
  • "Wind Damage Potential as Analyzed by Speed and Direction." Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (March 2004).
  • "An Overview of Anthropogenic Global Warming and the Potential Impact on Jacksonville." Jacksonville Exchange Club in Jacksonville, Florida (September, 2004).
  • "Tropical Storm Processes and Patterns and the Impact of Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne in Jacksonville Florida as Analyzed by GIS." Guest speaker series by the Department of Math and Science at Jacksonville, University (October, 2004).
  • "Wind Damage and Tree Blowover Associated with Tropical Storms." Annual Conference of the Florida Society of Geographers in Orlando, Florida (February, 2005).
  • "Tropical Storm Damage in an Urban Area: A Case Study of Jacksonville University." Faculty Research Symposium at Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida (April, 2005).
  • "Spatial Characteristics of Tropical Storm Induced Tree Damage in an Urban Landscape." Annual Conference of the Southeast Division of the Association of American Geographers in West Palm Beach, Florida (November, 2005).
  • "Atlantic Tropical Storm Dynamics and the Current Tropical Conditions." Florida School of Law’s Environmental Summit at Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida (November 2005).

Ray Oldakowski
Professor of Geography
Director, Social Science Research Laboratory
Phone: 256-7669
Email: ​roldako@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., Geography, University of Illinois
  • M.A., Geography, University of Florida
  • B.A. Geography, Stetson University

Fields of study

  • Cultural geography
  • Human-environment interaction
  • Survey research and polling
  • Geographic education

Courses taught

  • World Geography (GEOG 200)
  • Cultural Geography (GEOG 311)
  • Population Geography (GEOG 314)
  • Regional Geography and International Studies: Middle East, Latin America
  • Research Methods (GEOG 420)
  • Public Opinion and Survey Research Methods (GEOG 425)
  • Quantitative Methods for the Social Sciences (GEOG 211)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • State Coordinator, National Geographic Society Florida Geography Bee
  • Publications in The Geographical Review, Material Culture, Journal of Geography, Urban Geography, Journal of Gerontology, Research in Geographic Education, Southeastern Geographer, and The Florida Geographer
  • National Geographic Society grant recipient
  • National Council for Geographic Education Distinguished Teaching Award
  • Jacksonville University Award for Institutional Excellence, Research and Scholarship, and Community Service

History

Walker Blanton
Professor of History
Phone: 256-7214
Email: ​sblanto@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., University of Virginia
  • M.A., Columbia University
  • B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Fields of study

  • The South
  • Civil War
  • U.S. military history
  • Greco-Roman
  • U.S. Survey

Courses taught

  • The Modern World (HIST 150)
  • Western Civilizations to 18th Century (HIST 165)
  • U.S. History to 1865 (HIST 206)
  • U.S. History from 1865 (HIST 207)
  • Civil War Battles (HIST 310)
  • American Military History (HIST 311)
  • The Old South (HIST 401)
  • The New South (HIST 402)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • Professor of the Year, 1988
  • Teacher of the Year (IFC), 1988
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, 2008
  • Sigma Chi Teacher of the Year, 2000
  • Tri Delt Favorite Teacher, 2004
  • Faculty Advisor, Baptist Campus Ministry
  • Faculty Advisor, College Republicans
  • Speaker at Civil War Roundtable
  • Sons of Confederate Veterans
  • Military Order of the Stars and Bars

Craig Buettinger
Professor of History
Phone: 256-7221
Email: ​cbuetti@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., M.A., Northwestern University
  • B.A., Johns Hopkins University

Fields of study

  • Slavery in America
  • General U.S. History
  • Social history

Courses taught

  • The Modern World (HIST 150)
  • Slavery in America (HIST 303)
  • U.S. in World War II (HIST 307)
  • U.S. in the 1960s (HIST 308)
  • Special Topics (HIST 350)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • Articles published in Chicago History, Civil War History, Florida Historical Quarterly, Historian, Journal of Social History, Vermont History

Jesse Hingson
Associate Professor of History
Phone: 256-7215
Email: ​jhingso@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., Latin American History, Florida International University, 2003
  • M.A., United States History, Marshall University, 1996
  • B.A., History, Marshall University, 1993

Fields of study

  • Latin American history
  • Family history
  • United States-Latin American relations

Courses taught

  • The Modern World (HIST 150)
  • The Technique of History (HIST 300WI)
  • Colonial Latin American History
  • Modern Latin American History
  • United States-Latin American Relations
  • Argentina (HIST 355)
  • Brazil (HIST 356)
  • Cuba
  • Peru

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • "Childhood Memories and the Politics of Justice in Post-Rosas Argentina: The Restitution Suit of Olalla Alvarez," Girls in the World: A Global Anthology, edited by Jennifer Helgren and Colleen A. Vasconcellos (Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2010), 105-123.
  • "Open Veins, Hidden Transcripts: The National Security Archive as a Tool for Critical Pedagogy in the College Classroom," Radical History Review, Issue 102 (Fall 2008), 90-98.
  • "Love and Authority in Argentina (Nineteenth Century)," in Children and Youth in World History, edited by Miriam Forman-Brunell and Kelly Schrum. Washington, DC: Center for History and New Media, 2008.
  • "Mexico," "Afro-Mexican Identity," "Industrialization," "Truth and Reconciliation Commissions," "Paraguay," and "Uruguay" in Africa and the Americas: History, Culture, and Politics (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC Clio, 2008).
  • "'Savages' Into Supplicants: Subversive Women and Restitution Petitions in Córdoba, Argentina during the Rosas Era," The Americas 64, no. 1 (July 2007), 59-85.
  • "Bibliographical Sources on Africans in Mexico and Argentina," with Roberto Pacheco. Papers of the Fiftieth Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (2005).
  • University of Florida, Latin American and Caribbean Center, 2011
  • National Endowment for the Humanities, Global Advisory Board on the History of Childhood, 2007-2009
  • Fund for the Improvement of Secondary Education (FIPSE) Grant, U.S. Department of Education, 2003-2004
  • Fulbright Scholarship, Institute of International Education, Argentina, 1999-2000
  • Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship, Title VI, U.S. Department of Education, 1997-1999
  • Treasurer, Florida Conference of Historians
  • Assessment Coordinator, History Department (JU)

Eric Thomas
Associate Professor of History
Phone: 256-7162
Email: ethomas@ju.edu

​Education

  • M.A., University of Florida, 1978
  • B.A., Jacksonville University, 1976

Fields of study

  • Modern world history
  • U.S. history
  • Canadian history
  • Australian history

Courses taught

  • The Modern World (HIST 150)
  • Western Civilization I (HIST 165)
  • Western Civilization II (HIST 166)
  • U.S. History since 1865 (HIST 207)
  • The Technique of History (HIST 300WI)
  • Florida History (HIST 312)
  • 19th Century Europe (HIST 328)
  • Australia (HIST/IS 334)
  • Canada (HIST/IS 336)
  • Special Topics: U.S. in the Progressive Era (HIST 350)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • History Department Coordinator (1993-1994, 1997-present)
  • Social Sciences Division Chair (1997-2006)
  • Core Curriculum Committee Chair (2000-2006)
  • Jacksonville University Professor of the Year (2001-2002)
  • Jacksonville University Faculty University Service Award (2005)

Political Science

Steve MacIsaac
Associate Professor of Political Science
Phone: 256-7217
Email: ​smacisa@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., M.A., M.S., Utah State University

Fields of study

  • Comparative politics
  • Asian politics
  • International relations
  • International political economy

Courses taught

  • International Politics (POL 208)
  • International Organizations (POL 301)
  • International Political Economy
  • National Security Policy (POL 314)
  • East Asian Politics
  • Southeast Asia (POL 325)
  • Vietnam (POL 326)
  • The Philippines (POL 327)
  • American Foreign Policy (POL 403)
  • Politics in Film

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • "Maintaining the Colony: The Philippine Commonwealth and the Tydings-Kocialkowski Act of 1939," The Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians (14) 2007. Winner of the Campbell Award for the best paper of 2006.
  • "Three Strikes You’re Out: American Imperialism, the Huk Rebellion and the Failed Amnesty of 1948." Pilipinas: A Journal of Philippine Studies (38) March 2002. (Appeared in 2004).
  • "The Struggle for Economic Development in the Philippine Commonwealth, 1935-1940." Philippine Studies (50:2) Spring 2002.
  • "Dependent States and Development Coalitions: The Politics of Import and Exchange Control in the Philippines, 1935-1950." Southeast Review of Asian Studies (18) 1996.
  • Review: The Transformation of Chinese Socialism, by Lin Chun. New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture (29:1) 2007.
  • Review: After Postcolonialism: Remapping Philippines-United States Confrontations, E. San Juan Jr., Journal of Asian and African Studies (38:1) 2003.
  • Review: Embedded Autonomy: States and Industrial Transformation, Peter Evans, Asian Thought and Society (61) 1996.
  • "Evaluation of PISA's Mid-Career Training Program at the Institute of International Relations in Hanoi." A Report to the Ford Foundation and the Program for International Studies in Asia, September 28, 1998.
  • "Report on the Program in International Political Economy in Southeast Asia," conducted for the Institute of International Relations, Hanoi. September 9 - October 18, 1996; and on the short course in International Political Economy, conducted for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ho Chi Minh City, November 4-November 8, 1996. A Report to the Ford Foundation and the Program for International Studies in Asia, December 31, 1996.
  • "Brave New World: Facing the Market in Vietnam." Report on the Program in International Political Economy at the Institute of International Relations, Hanoi, Vietnam. September 19-December 9, 1994. A Report to the Ford Foundation and the Program for International Studies in Asia, January 6, 1994.
  • Irvine Diversity Grant: 2000. Curriculum grant for a course in Philippine studies.
  • University of Michigan: 1997. Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies Research Grant
  • Editorial Board, NCUR, 2011
  • Debating Globalization: Youth Perspectives on the Global Economic and Social Order. (Global Youth Action Network: Paris, France) 2005.
  • Treasurer, Florida Conference of Historians, 2005-2009.

Paulina S. Rippere
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Phone: 256-7219
Email: ​pripper@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., M.A., Political Science, University of Florida
  • B.A., Political Science, University of Central Florida

Fields of study

  • American politics
  • U.S. Congress
  • Political parties and party development
  • Political behavior and elections

Courses taught

  • American National Government (POL 205)
  • Political Parties and Politics (POL 303)
  • Congress and the Legislative Process
  • Research Methods (POL 420)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • "Attack and Response in Political Campaigns: An Experimental Study in Two Parts," forthcoming, Political Communication, (with Stephen C. Craig and Marissa Grayson).
  • Member, Membership Development Committee, Southern Political Science Association
  • Webmaster, JU Division of Social Sciences

Psychology

Christi Bamford
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Phone: 256-7228
Email: cbamfor@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, University of California, Davis (2009)
  • M.A., Developmental Psychology, University of California, Davis (2005)
  • M.St., Hebrew and Jewish Studies (2002)
  • M.A., Religious Studies, University of Georgia (2001)
  • B.A., Psychology and Religion (double major), University of Georgia, summa cum laude (1998)
  • A.S., Psychology, Darton College, summa cum laude (1996)

Fields of study

  • Positive psychology and psychology of religion
  • Development of theory of mind and emotion understanding
  • Development in understanding imaginary concepts (e.g. fantasy-reality distinctions)
  • Development in understanding religious concepts (e.g. God, angels, prayer)
  • Development of optimism and pessimism

Courses taught

  • Research Methods and Statistics II (PSYC 411 WI)
  • Advanced Child Development (PSYC 417)
  • Psychology of Religion (PSYC 413)
  • Human Growth and Development (PSYC 210)
  • Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 201)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • Lagattuta, K., Sayfan, L., and Bamford, C. (2012). Do you know how I feel? Parents underestimate worry and overestimate optimism compared to child self-report. Journal Of Experimental Child Psychology. 113(2), 211-232.
  • Bamford, C., and Lagattuta, K. (2012). Looking on the bright side: Children's knowledge about the benefits of positive versus negative thinking. Child Development, 83(2), 667-682.
  • Bamford, C. and Lagattuta, K. H. (2010). A new look at children's understanding of mind and emotion: The case of prayer. Developmental Psychology, 46(1), 78-92.

Sherri Jackson
Professor of Psychology
Chair, Division of Social Sciences
Interim Dean, College of Fine Arts
Phone: 256-7212
Email: ​sjackso@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., Psychology, University of Florida (1988)
  • M.S., Psychology, University of Florida (1986)
  • B.A, Psychology (1984)

Fields of study

  • Thinking and reasoning
  • Teaching of psychology
  • Textbook research

Courses taught

  • Introductory Psychology (PSYC 201)
  • Quantitative Methods (Statistics) (PSYC 211)
  • Research Methods & Statistics I (PSYC 311)
  • Research Methods & Statistics II (PSYC 411WI)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • EVE Award Finalist in Education Category, 2013
  • Jacksonville University Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2009
  • Jacksonville University Institutional Advancement Award, 2008
  • Jacksonville University Woman of the Year, 2005
  • Jacksonville University Professor of the Year, 2004
  • Jacksonville University Award for Excellence in University Service, 2004
  • Jacksonville University Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Professional Activity, 2003
  • Jackson, S. L. (2015—available in Fall 2013). Research Methods: A Modular Approach, 3rd ed. Belmont, CA: Cengage Learning.
  • Jackson, S. L. (2014—available in Fall 2012). Statistics Plain and Simple, 3rd ed. Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth.
  • Jackson, S. L. (2012). A Concise Guide to Statistical Analyses Using Excel, SPSS, and the TI84 Calculator. Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth.
  • Jackson, S. L. (2012). Research Methods and Statistics: A Critical Thinking Approach, 4th ed. Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth.
  • Jackson, S. L., & Griggs, R. A. (Eds.) (2012). Teaching statistics and research methods: Tips from ToP. E-book retrievable from the American Psychological Association’s Society for the Teaching of Psychology website.
  • Griggs, R. A., & Jackson, S. L. (Eds.). (2011). Teaching introductory psychology: Tips from ToP. E-book retrievable from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology website.
  • Jackson, S. L., & Griggs, R. A. (2012). Psych Lite: Great price, less filling. Under review by Teaching of Psychology.
  • Griggs, R. A., & Jackson, S. L. (2012). Introductory psychology textbooks: An objective analysis update. Under review by Teaching of Psychology.

Doug Lewis
Professor of Psychology
Phone: 256-7227
Email: ​dlewis1@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., M.A., Miami University
  • B.A., Augustana College

Fields of study

  • Social psychology
  • Health psychology
  • Psychophysiology

Courses taught

  • Introductory Psychology (PSYC 201)
  • Social Psychology (PSYC 375)
  • Personality Theories (PSYC 380)
  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology (PSYC 377)
  • Medical Psychology (PSYC 420)
  • Environmental Psychology (PSYC 401)
  • Special Topics: Stress, Pain, and Happiness

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • Chair, Academic Freedom and Grievance Committee

Jim November
Professor of Psychology
Phone: 256-7231
Email: jnovemb@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., Psychology, Florida State University
  • B.S., Psychology, Cornell University

Fields of study

  • Psychotherapy
  • Family therapy
  • Psychopathology

Courses taught

  • Introductory Psychology (PSYC 201)
  • Human Growth & Development (PSYC 210)
  • Abnormal Psychology (PSYC 301)
  • History & Systems of Psychology (PSYC 309)
  • Theories of Counseling & Psychotherapy (PSYC 310)
  • Substance Abuse & Behavior (PSYC 333)
  • Family Therapy & Family Systems (PSYC 336)
  • Physiological Psychology (PSYC 351)
  • Child Abnormal Psychology

Sociology

Heather Downs
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Phone: 256-7141
Email: ​hdowns@ju.edu

​Education

  • Ph.D., Sociology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • M.A., Communication, University of Ilinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • B.A., Communication, with a minor in Women's Studies, Loyola University-Chicago, magna cum laude
  • Language and culture study, Loyola University Rome Center, Rome, Italy

Fields of study

  • Gender, race/ethnicity
  • Family
  • Inequality and social class
  • Consumerism
  • Popular culture

Courses taught

  • Introductory Sociology (SOC 203)
  • Social Problems (SOC 304)
  • Minority Relations (SOC 325)
  • Sociology of the Family (SOC 350)
  • Sociology of Men and Women (SOC 365)
  • Sex, Drugs, and Rock n Roll (SOC 400)
  • Careers in Sociology (SOC 400)
  • Sociology of Disney (SOC 400)
  • Sociology of College (SOC 400)
  • Sociology of Latin America (Costa Rica) (SOC 400)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • Dissertation: "Crafting Culture: Scrapbooking and the Lives of Women"
  • Outstanding Club Advisor Award
  • Tim Shakespeare Staff Award
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Fellowship
  • Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society)
  • Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
  • Lambda Pi Eta (Communication Honor Society)
  • Served on the committee for the Jacksonville Community Council Incorporated's Race Relations Progress Report.
  • Downs, Heather. 2008. "Race-Blind Policies," Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Edited by V. Parrillo. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Stevens, Gillian and Heather Downs. 2006. "Diversity," Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Edited by G. Ritzer. Cambridge: Blackwell.

Shelley Grant
Instructor of Sociology
Phone: 256-7220
Email: ​sgrant@ju.edu

 

​Education

  • M.S., Criminal Justice, University of North Florida
  • B.S., Sociology, Jacksonville University

Fields of study

  • Criminal justice

Courses taught

  • Criminology (SOC )
  • Juvenile Delinquency (SOC 380)
  • Organized Crime (SOC 435)
  • Media and Crime (SOC 332)
  • Women and Crime (SOC 331)
  • Social Deviance (SOC 430)
  • Special Topics in Criminal Justice

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • 1994-2009, Director of Youth Offender Programs, State Attorney's Office, Fourth Judicial Circuit
  • 2009-2012, Director of Full Service Schools, United Way of Northeast Florida

Nathan Rousseau
Associate Professor of Sociology
Phone: 256-7223
Email: nrousse@ju.edu
Website: users.ju.edu/nrousse

​Education

  • Ph.D., Sociology, University of Oregon
  • M.A., Psychology, San Francisco State University
  • B.A., Psychology, Towson University

Fields of study

  • Sociological theory
  • Social psychology
  • Martin Luther King, Jr., African American studies
  • Comparative religion
  • Human rights and globalization

Courses taught

  • Sociological Theory (SOC 450)
  • Personality and Culture (SOC 440)
  • Conflict and Nonviolence (SOC 445)
  • Religious Cultures
  • Social Research Methods (SOC 420)
  • Introduction to Sociology (SOC 203)

Selected publications, awards, and service

  • Rousseau, N. (2014) Society Explained: An Introduction to Sociology. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
  • Rousseau, N. (2008) "Secularization," in Encyclopedia of Social Problems (V. Parillo, ed.) Sage.
  • Rousseau, N. (2002) "Self, Symbols, and Society: Classic Readings," in Social Psychology. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
  • Rousseau, N. and S. Rousseau. (1999) "Dr. Kings giant triplets: Racism, materialism, militarism," pp. 17-33 in Peacebuilding for Adolescents (L. Forcey and I. Harris, eds.) P. Lang.
  • Rousseau, N. (ed.). (1999) "Internationalizing Sociology in the Age of Globalization: A Curriculum Guide." ASA Teaching Resource Center.
  • Rousseau, N. (2012) "Seeking Shelter from the Bomb." Public lecture, sponsored by Jacksonville University in honor of the fifty year anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
  • Rousseau, N. (2011) "The Intrinsic Dangers of Bureaucracy." Public lecture, sponsored by Jacksonville University, the Jacksonville Public Library, Remembering for the Future Community Holocaust Initiative, and the Jewish Federation of Jacksonville.
  • Rousseau, N. (2002) "Two Types of Heroes." Public presentation at the Jacksonville University Marting Luther King, Jr. Celebration.
  • Rousseau, N. (2001) "King's Legacy--Do Something!" Public presentation at the Jacksonville University Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.
  • Rousseau, N. (2001) "An Analogy on King's Message to the Poor." Public presentation at the Urban Ministries Community Center, Jacksonville, FL.
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Center Grant
  • Carnegie Foundation Grant
  • DuPont International Grant
  • JU Center for Teaching and Learning Grant
  • Commissioner on the Jacksonville Human Rights Commission
  • Educator for Great Decisions of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville

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