The mission of Engineers for a Sustainable World is to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students. To learn more, visit seattleu-esw.org
We are a group of students dedicated to improving the knowledge and culture of sustainability on our campus. We will install ourselves at large campus events to provide on the stop education and conversation about what is compostable vs recycle vs trash.
The club simulates the operations of the United Nations. We do this by attending various conferences, some of which give students the opportunity to travel, and holding smaller practice conferences on campus. The club helps students learn about world issues and how to solve problems from a potentially unique standpoint by taking the role of a country on a specific issue. The club also promotes working as a team when drafting solutions to problems and helps students with public speaking.
Dr. Carmen GitreAssistant Professor, International Studiesgitrec@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
To provide a safe place to queer/ non-conforming students to meet and discuss issues relevant to them.
"Shirts Across America is a non-profit group dedicated to moving families out of FEMA trailers one family at a time in the Gulf Coast Region. Since August 2005, we have partnered with several groups to help people impacted by Hurricane Katrina. We are proud to have worked with community and grass roots entities who have labored tirelessly to rebuild Mississippi and New Orleans. Interested in getting involved? Contact us at the email address listed here."
Colleen Sullivan email@example.com
The purpose of the organization is to promote feminism on the Seattle University Campus and the greater community, and to foster a community within which there is space for dialogue about gender relations.
Kristen Wieliczka firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Antoinette Smithmasmith@seattleu.edu
Seattle University's Human Trafficking Awareness Club (HTAC) will promote discussion about the social injustices of human trafficking and provide community members with practical tools to foster change on an individual and societal basis.
Educate the campus as to the goals of anarchism and spread it how we can peacefully.
As a club, Sustainable Student Actions seeks to not only educate students about relevent environmental issues, but empower them to become advocates for environmental justice. To accomplish this, we hold events such as film screenings, forums and art collaborations, along with partnered events with other clubs on campus. The members of SSA hold a variety of interests, and as a club, we prefer to conduct our meetings in an open, seminar style so that there is no one member with more responsibility than others.
Becca Clark-Hargraves email@example.com
http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=2202060322&v=wall LGBTQIA Club with a focus on community building and advocacy on campus for queer students and allies. We have weekly meetings and put on larger events throughout the year. Everybody is welcome to be a part of this club.
Our Motto: Advancing
Global Justice & Sustainability Through Business. This club aims to raise awareness about justice and sustainability
and appeal to students’ aspirational visions for a better future, guided by
ethical business in action and social entrepreneurship. We inspire
collaborative leadership across all areas of business and economics by
educating and empowering our community with ethical and sustainable practices. Our mission is animated by SU’s mission "to
inspire and create true leaders for a just and humane world."