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Seattle University's President’s Award went to Olivia Gibbons in the College of Arts and Sciences in recognition of her outstanding academic achievement.
Graduating Psychology major Isabella Esposito gave presentations on gratitude, quality of life, and well-being at the Western Psychological Association’s annual meeting in Reno.
Jeffry Mitchell joins the college as Visual Artist in Residence. His drawings, prints, ceramics, and constructions have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the U.S. and Asia.
Sport Administration and Leadership graduate students raised more than $3200 for Street Soccer Seattle, a program for homeless individuals, by planning and organizing the Cap Hill Soccer Jam on May 25.
It’s not every day that a 20-year-old psychology
student graduates from college and enters into the
prestigious psychology doctorate program at the School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences, Claremont Graduate University.
History Professor Tom Taylor and International Studies student Gabrielle Porter published "The Impractical Scheme of a Visionary: Thomas Stevens and the Quest to Travel Round the World on a Bicycle." Stevens completed the first bicycle trip around the world.
Psychology Professor Kira Mauseth, a specialist in disaster mental health, travelled to Haiti eight times to help victims of the massive earthquake that took more than 250,000 lives. She now conducts a similar program with Syrian refugees in Jordan.
The world-renowned Miró Quartet comes to the Seattle University campus for 8 days of concerts and master classes for students in the String Performance program.
History Professor Theresa Earenfight has just published "Queenship in Medieval Europe" where she documents the lives and works of queens and empresses who were highly visible women active in a man's world during the Middle Ages.
As a Lincoln Institute Scholar, MPA Professor Olha Krupa joins a distinguished group of researchers, public officials, economists, policy makers, and others who examine issues related to land use, tax policy, and urban economics.
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Colleguim Brown Bag Lunch (May 26)
- Muslim lawyer, author, and activist to visit campus (April 12th)
The College of Arts and Sciences is the oldest undergraduate and graduate college affiliated with Seattle University, the Northwest's largest independent university. The College offers 42 undergraduate majors, 37 undergraduate minors, 7 graduate degrees, and 1 post-graduate certificate. The College of Arts and Sciences provides a solid grounding in liberal arts education along with a host of majors and minors to best fit the needs of individual students in the 21st century.
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