Top of the List

Seattle University has been a fount of Fulbrights lately. The university shares the honors of producing the most 2014-2015 U.S. Fulbright Scholars among master's universities. SU is also among the top producers of Fulbright students with only eight institutions having graduated more 2014-2015 recipients. Click here to learn more.


Part of the Solution

Nursing Dean Kristen Swanson is appointed to a key national leadership post.

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Cause for Dancing

SU students break their fundraising record with the 2015 Dance Marathon.

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Safer Schools

SU hosts a conference to empower area students and keep them safe.

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Answer Me This


Answer Me This is a forum for addressing questions about working at Seattle University and campus life.

All Things Jesuit

Can it happen?

Since he was elected pope nearly two years ago, Francis has been turning heads and capturing imaginations. Next week Pat Howell, S.J., will give a talk on what the future holds for the pope and the Church.

SU Snapshot


This solar-powered statuette of Pope Francis can be found in the work space of Annie Beckmann of Marcom.


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The Watercooler

SteenHalling_90Seattle University faculty have been contributing a lot of ink to The Seattle Times. First, Steen Halling, professor emeritus of psychology, wrote a piece, "Forgiveness can open doors to healing and love."


MarkMarkuly_90A few days later the paper ran an op-ed by Mark Markuly, dean of the School of Theology and Ministry, "Seattle can solve the homeless puzzle by learning from other cities."


Speaking of which, National Catholic Reporter features School of Theology and Ministry students and faculty, including Qasim Hatem, a student who formerly had aspirations to play in the NFL and is now studying in the Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership program.


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Team of Albers students wins competition

A team of Albers students won the Seattle CFA Institute Research Challenge and advances to the Americas Regional competition, which will take place in Atlanta in April. The five students representing Seattle University in this year's Challenge are Chris Exley, Chris Benben, Peijing Xu, Johan Tong and Ryder Thomas. Katya Emm, assistant professor of finance, is the faculty advisor.


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