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The Professional Development and Continuing Education Office serves Washington State, national and international educators in acquiring post-baccalaureate credits, clock hours, and certificate endorsements. These high-quality courses encompass a wide range of subject matter and are designed to equip educators with the tools and resources they need to improve student achievement.
We collaborate with individual schools, school districts,
educational service districts, agencies and other organizations to provide
Seattle University post-baccalaureate credits and clock hours for professional
development and continuing education courses.
We also collaborate with agencies and organizations to host
professional development and continuing education workshops for educators on
the beautiful Seattle University campus.
us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
(206) 296-2147 or review the current list of
post-baccalaureate credit or clock hour opportunities.
Our office excels at providing professional and comprehensive
customer service with a personal touch. Our staff includes:
Susan received her BA Ed. from Western, her MS in Communicative
Disorders from Marquette University and her Ph.D. from Kent State University.
She has taught kindergarten, been a public school speech pathologist, in
special education administration, taught at the college level and led
professional development and continuing education initiatives for 14 school
districts and two colleges. Her professional development experience has also
found her in front of the room sharing her expertise in listening with school
districts all over the country and with numerous Fortune 100 corporations.
Susan has a passion for “listening” (check out the International
Listening Association), reading, golfing, playing bridge, enjoying her
grandchildren and discovering Seattle with her husband.
Beverley received her BFA and MA in Education from Washington
University in St. Louis. Her professional background is in art education. She
is a certified teacher with experience at both the elementary and high school
levels and a college art methods instructor. For 15 years she directed
educational programs at Bellevue Art Museum. Beverley also serves as
coordinator for Educator Career Services in the College of Education.
considers herself a "semi-native" of Seattle and enjoys good art,
good food, good books and good weather.
Professional Development and Continuing Education Office in Loyola Hall
welcomes visitors between the hours of 7:00 a.m. And 3:30 p.m. Monday through
Professional Development/Continuing Education
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 296-2147
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