Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2014, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
Did you know that there are many ways for you to stay connected to your alma mater and the thriving community of Albers alumni? Help to shape the future of your school and your career by getting involved in the many alumni activities taking place on campus, joining a committee, or attending our local or regional events. Stay involved at Seattle U; you'll be glad you did.
Please complete this Albers Connects form to help us connect with you, stay current, and to share your accomplishments with fellow graduates if you choose. For more information or questions answered, please contact AlbersAlumni@seattleu.edu.
Monday, August 4, 2014
Wednesday, May 7, 20147:30 - 9 a.m.Student Center 160
Would you like to deepen your understanding of business ethics and how to create an ethical culture of compliance at your organization? The second Albers Business Breakfast of 2014 brings to Seattle University Andy Hinton, Vice President for Ethics and Compliance at Google. Andy's appearance highlights Albers Ethics Week - a week in which business practitioners teach alongside Albers faculty members in every Albers class taught speaking on ethical questions and situations from their careers. Joining Andy in this Ethics Week featured breakfast presentation for alumni and friends will be Dr. John Dienhart, Boeing Frank Schrontz Chair of Business Ethics at Albers. Check in will open at 7:00 a.m. for those who wish to arrive early for coffee and networking. The cost is $15 and a hot breakfast will be provided. Payment may be made in advance or will be accepted at the door. If you wish to pay at the door, we are happy to assist you; but you must register in advance so we have adequate food and seats.
Seattle University, Campion Ballroom
March 15, 2014
5:30 p.m. Reception and Silent Auction6:30 p.m. Crab Buffet Dinner8:30 p.m. Jazz Lounge
Don’t miss this SU tradition of camaraderie, crab, and friendly silent auction competition! You'll enjoy great food and wine in the warm company of friends old and new.
During the welcome reception and silent auction, you’ll have the chance to take home fine jewelry, find bargains on dining experiences, winemaker tours, golf packages, and even vacation values to destinations like Lake Tahoe and Mexico! Who knows what exciting delights you'll win? But everyone knows it's to further a winning cause – student scholarships at Albers.
After feasting on all-you-can-eat crab, roast chicken, and other delectables, you’ll enjoy the classy atmosphere and live jazz music of our Jazz Lounge as you relax – perhaps with a dry martini or a neat scotch! The Jazz Lounge is always a great place to connect with your friends and other guests following dinner and on into the evening.
Whether you are a long standing veteran of the Crab Feed, a brand new SU alumnus, or an old hand who hasn't made it to the event before, don't miss this rollicking annual highlight of your SU alumni experience! Invite your family and friends to share in the fun.
Individual Guests – $60
Your registration includes the silent auction with hors d'oeuvres, all you can eat fresh cracked crab, Caesar salad, roast chicken, potato salad, vegetables, dessert, and an after dinner no-host cocktail social.
Please register by March 8, 2014.
Registration is available online or by phone (206) 296-2277.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Robert Bourke at email@example.com.
College Champion Sponsor – $1,250 (Includes VIP benefits plus premium wine at a table of eight of your guests)
Half Table Sponsor - $500 (Includes VIP benefits plus premium wine at a table of four of your guests)VIP Tickets – $150 each (Includes premium wine at your table and preferred seating)
From Interstate 5, take the James Street exit (164A northbound, 165 southbound). Turn east on James Street and proceed up to Broadway. One block east of Broadway, turn right into the Murphy Apartments Garage. Parking is complimentary with your registration. Follow the signs up to the entrance of Campion Hall adjacent to the garage. Check-in for the Seattle University Crab Feed is inside the lobby doors.
It's a New Year and once again time to examine the portents, signs and leading economic indicators to give you an exclusive SU alumni and friends economic forecast for the state of Washington and the United States for 2014.
Vladimir Bejan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Economics at Albers and Dr. Stan Humphries, Chief Economics at Zillow, Inc., will present their research at the event.
Thursday, February 6, 2014 | 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Casey Commons | Seattle University Campus
The breakfast is $15.00 per attendee and can be paid during online registration or at the event.
REGISTER ONLINE HERE
Graduates Carly Cannell, Scott Cussimano, Nabeel Lughmani, Tuquynh Tran, and Misty Watson invite all Seattle University alum out for a night of fun at Capitol Hill's own Garage Billiards and pool hall, just a couple blocks from campus.
Seattle University Alumni Social Event
Thursday, February 6, 2014 | 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Garage Billiards Hall
Seattle, WA 98122
On November 1, 2013, Republican Mark H. Aspiri announced his run for U.S. Senate in Empire, Colorado. Aspiri received his B.A. in business and theology from Seattle University and has since become the Owner and President of Generation Point LLC, an economic development company. Read more about this exciting alumni below:
Mark H. Aspiri Announces Run for U.S. Senate