The purpose of this organization shall be providing Albers students an opportunity to develop their leadership skills so they can take a leadership role within Albers, jumpstart connections with the business community, and initiate leadership action projects within Albers and the Seattle University community.
Tiffany Ah Tyeahtyet@seattleu.edu
The purpose of this organization is to build the D.A. Davidson sponsored portfolio, engage in financial analysis, as well as discuss and debate current financial and global news.
David CarrithersAlbers School of Business and Economicsdfcarrit@seattleu.edu(206) 296-5919
Alpha Kappa Psi is a Professional Business Fraternity. Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. Our overall goal is a special one: the preparation of men and women for future success. Colleges and universities teach valuable lessons in the classroom. However, the living laboratory of Alpha Kappa Psi gives our members the practice they need in developing advanced communication skills, a true understanding of the value of teamwork and firsthand experience with the unique challenges of motivating a team through project completion. We have five core values: knowledge, service, unity, integrity, and brotherhood.
Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society of Jesuit institutions of higher education, recognizes those students who distinguish themselves in scholarship, loyalty and service. The only honor society permitted to bear the name Jesuit, ΑΣΝ encourages its members to a lifetime pursuit of intellectual development, deepening Ignatian spirituality, service to others, and a commitment to the core principles of Jesuit education.
The purpose of the Society shall be to honor students of Jesuit institutions of higher education who distinguish themselves in scholarship, loyalty and service; to honor persons who may or may not be Alumni of Jesuit institutions of higher education who have distinguished themselves in scholarship, loyalty and service in their intellectual, civic, religious, professional or commercial pursuits; to band together and to encourage those so honored to understand, to appreciate and to promote the ideals of Jesuit education; to encourage the establishment and proper functioning of Chapters in accredited Jesuit institutions of higher education; and to encourage the establishment and proper functioning of Alumni Clubs.
Jenna M. Davisondavisonj@seattleu.edu
Paul FontanaCollege of Science & Engineeringfontanap@seattleu.edu
The Seattle University American Marketing Association aims to connect students to the greater Seattle business community and take marketing 'beyond the classroom' through an interactive guest speaker series, corporate tours, networking events, workshops, hands-on projects, and case competitions. Learn more at: http://seattleuama.com/
Katie Buttitta email@example.com
Dr. Joseph Barnesbarnesjw@seattleu.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org
The American Society of Civil Engineers Seattle University Chapter aims to further the knowledge and advancement of Civil Engineering students within their profession through group activities, and student design competitions.
Katherine KuderCivil & Environmental Engineeringkuderk@seattleu.edu(206) 296-2246
To provide a space for students to learn more about anthropology and sociology, careers in those fields, and support classroom learning about the social sciences.
Ken Hanson email@example.com
The Ascend Seattle Chapter is looking to build a clear path of communication between professional members of the Ascend organization and students looking for mentorship, leadership, and networking opportunities. Particularly as an Asian-American or Pacific Islander, it can sometimes be difficult to find a role model with a shared background to turn to when seeking guidance as college years go by, graduations approach, and careers begin. The Ascend Seattle Chapter looks to help in creating a framework that will allow for student members of the organization to openly turn to professional members for mentorship and guidance. We are looking for the best and the brightest to join the Ascend organization as student members, and make the most of what Ascend has to offer, including: fun and impactful networking events, mentoring relationships with experienced professionals looking to help, leadership opportunities to help you grow and prepare for your future
My Linh Hoanghoangm6@seattleu.edu
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Sarah BeeAlbers School of Business & Economics - Accountingbees@seattleu.edu
The Biology Club aims to bring all students with an interest in biology together to discover the new and appreciate the familiar. Mammals, plants, viruses and bacteria will be covered in variety of ways- guest speakers, documentaries and trips.
The Biomedical Engineering club will serve as a resource for students interested in pursuing a career or research in the biomedical engineering field. We hope to have students from all majors, including engineering, computer science, biology, chemistry, and physics, participate in this club. This club will offer members the chance to learn more about opportunities in the bioengineering field, to network with professionals, and participate in conferences and projects on and off campus.
Dr. Frank Shihfshih@seattleu.edu
Seattle University Chemistry Club is an organization of students who are interested in sharing their love of chemistry. The purpose of our club is to provide a place for students to discuss all things chemistry related, promote the application of chemistry towards service in the community, creating a sense of professionalism, and having fun with chemistry.
The purpose of this organization shall be: To improve our skills, have fun computer and help others using computer programming.
Chi Sigma Iota (CSI) is an international honor society for graduate students that values academic and professional excellence in counseling. We promote a strong professional identity through members (professional counselors, counselor educators, and students) who contribute to the realization of a healthy society by fostering wellness and human dignity.
The Criminal Justice Club is for all students who are interested in Criminal Justice. We organize meetings and programs surrounding the education of the Criminal Justice field. We work with the Criminal Justice Honors Society and Criminal Justice Department in upholding Seattle U's mission.
The Global Business Club of Seattle University has developed focus of serving as platform to all students to gain an understanding of the global economy, society, and emergence of sustainability. This is a student-led, professional organization promoting a variety of global business aspects.
Dr. Quan LeAlbers School of Business & Economicslequ@seattleu.edu
We are a student organization that is closely related to the Internal Audit Specialization Program at the Albers School of Business and Economics. Our goal is to advocate internal audit as a career choice for students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We provide students with opportunities to network with internal auditing professionals and learn about internal audit related issues through guest speaker series and company visits. In addition, our club will provide social events for students to get to know each other and build relationships.
Will Van Curenvancuren@seattleu.edu
The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage personal and professional development through outreach to the community, networks inside of Seattle University and the resources it offers, the professors and academia geared towards management, and spreading the word about value of the management major and its offerings.
The purpose of this club is to have fun and explore the recreational and academic applications of math. Our goals include fostering a healthy appreciation for the subject, and organizing exciting events showcasing the various fields of mathematics.
Mechanical Engineering Club, will be working on mechanical engineering focused projects that give students a hands on experience in design and fabrication of select projects to add to their education.
Dr. Matt Shieldsshieldsm@seattleu.edu
MAPS at Seattle University is dedicated to helping underrepresented individuals realize their potential in health care fields. Through our community service and support, we are committed to promoting and enhancing health among minorities, which enables us to educate ourselves so we can better address health concerns.
Phi Beta Lambda is a professional business club. The purpose of this PBL chapter is to provide additional opportunities for college students to develop leadership and other job related skills to take into a professional business setting. PBL is an integral part of the instructional program and in addition promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility. Our chapter of PBL also aims to be an Active member of the National FBLA-PBL which we are affiliated with and engage in community service activities.
Philosophy club provides a casual setting for students to meet and discuss philosophy, with occasional assigned readings to spur discussion or bring up certain topics. In addition, philosophy club runs the annual club conference, in which students and faculty present papers or lectures, including a guest speaker from outside the university.
Phi Sigma Pi is a Co-Ed National Honor Fraternity based on a tripod of ideals: Scholarship, Leadership, and Fellowship. Members of the Zeta Omega chapter pursue a variety of academic interests, without a focus on any one major or career. Zeta Omega received it's charter on June 9th, 2013 as the final chapter of the Zeta chapters. Our chapter is among 133 across the nation and part of an extensive alumni network.
We are a group of physics students who aim to create a cohesive SU physics community, foster scientific curiosity outside the classroom setting, and actively engage the campus and local area in exploring physics and the sciences.
Woo-Joong KimCollege of Science and Engineeringkimw@seattleu.edu
This club allows students interested in Political Science to come together to discuss and debate current events, political controversy, and other political issues. Also, we gather and plan events regarding issues related to political science.
Rose ErnstCollege of Arts & Sciences - Political Scienceernstr@seattleu.edu
The Pre-Health Club targets individuals interested in pursing a career in health care. Our main areas of focus are in service and networking. We provide opportunities for our members such as volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House, visiting medical schools, and listening to health care professionals discuss their career and the journey they took to get there. We also network so club members can get involved in programs such as summer research/internships, professional development programs, and study groups focused on preparing for graduate level entrance exams.
Nicholas (Nick) Chockchockn@seattleu.edu
Rebecca PazdralCollege of Science and Engineeringpazdralr@seattleu.edu
Psi Chi is the International Honors Society for Psychology. The Seattle University chapter is dedicated to the creation of a focused, psychology-oriented community of students. Psi Chi provides resources like access to grants through the national organization, focused informational events and activities for SU students exclusively, and exposure to developing theory and discussion in the psychology community through events like movie screenings and subsequent discussion.
Seattle University Public Relations Student Society of America provides students with hands-on experience in the fields of PR, Advertising, and Brand Management. We give monthly tours of agencies and corporations known for their PR and Branding, as well as host events on campus with engaging speakers. Joining PRSSA is a great way to network with professionals and form bonds with classmates who share your interests. Today, the Public Relations Student Society of America has more than 10,000 members in 300 chapters across the country. (www.prssa.org) *To get involved, add us on Facebook, sign up to be on our Listserv at any event, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.*Any and all are welcome!
Our club works with the non-profit organization Global Brigades Inc. to mobilize university students that ant to participate in volunteer services in Panama, Honduras, and Ghana. PHB at SU aims to provide sustainable solutions in the homes of families in these countries during service learning trips throughout the year.
Dr. Cheryl WotusCollege of Science and Engineeringwotusc@seattleu.edu
Our mission is to foster growth and professional development among the students in the School Psychology program at Seattle University. We will strengthen the program's overall mission for training quality school psychologists who will be leaders in their field, with an emphasis placed upon social justice and advocacy.
Sam SongCollege of Education - School Psychologysongs@seattleu.edu
Our purpose is to compete in intercollegiate debate tournaments such as British Parliamentary Debate. The team shall engage in several public debates throughout the year to inform and entertain the Seattle University campus.
Club provides electrical engineering students with the following IEEE Web account (MyIEEE.com), Access Individual society memberships and subscriptions, IEEE Potentials and IEEE Spectrum magazines, Networking Opportunities, Mentoring Opportunities, Professional Speakers, IEEE Jobs, IEEE email address and profile, Find Upcoming Conferences, Scholarship Programs, Student Competitions, Software, Step Program transition from student branch to section branch, Career Advancement, Cost of membership - $32.00, Resume Building, Mock interviews, Professional Speakers, Specific Company Speakers for Hiring Companies, Company Tours, Networking, Resume Boost for community involvement, Career advancement
Dr. Alvin MoserElectrical and Computer EngineeringALMOSER@seattleu.edu
The purpose of this organization shall be towards the creation of nursing leaders in the community. Our purpose is to not only uphold the nursing values of the National Student Nurses’ Association and the Jesuit teachings of Seattle University, but also, to bridge the gap between the different disciplines and professions in our community. By doing so, we can instill an awareness of the vitality of lateral relationships; thus, leaving behind a legacy for a stronger tomorrow.
Sigma Iota Rho is an honor society for qualifying International Studies Majors and Minors with a 3.5 GPA or higher. SIR works to gather scholars interested in international issues and events in order to discuss, debate and assess the needs of today and tomorrow. SIR frequently joins the many multi-cultural groups on campus, to put on events for the student body, in order to spread knowledge regarding foreign communities and cultures around the world.
Robert AndolinaCollege of Arts & Sciences - International Studiesandolinr@seattleu.edu
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders. Founded in 1950, SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career for women through an exciting array of training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships, outreach and advocacy activities, and much more.
Agnieszka MiguelElectrical and Computer Engineeringamiguel@seattleu.edu
A social club to unite the transfer cohorts of Seattle University's College of Nursing.
The purpose of the Sport and Exercise Science Club is to make connections to outside resources for further education regarding Sport and Exercise Science (Internship/volunteer opportunities, references), raise awareness to the major of Sport and Exercise Science, create an environment where students of Sport and Exercise Science can collectively come together to create fellowship within the major, and build relationships with local community organizations.
This club is a national honor society dedicated specifically to transfer students at Seattle University.
Angel Asuncion-Reed firstname.lastname@example.org
The Catalyst is a bi-quarterly publication dedicated to social justice issues. The intent of this publication is to focus on those issues pertinent to the Seattle University campus and community, providing students and faculty with condensed and organized information. Each newsletter will summarize a specific topic, highlight the achievement of fellow students, and encourage readers to become active members of their community.