Kent Koth and Greg Sempadian will receive special honors at the 2013 Faculty and Staff Appreciation party on Friday, May 31. Koth has been selected for the 2013 Staff Leadership Award, and Sempadian the Lee Thurber Award. Read more »
Projects Day will feature SU students solving real-world problems.
Distinguished alumna Deborah Limb recounts her journey in STEM.
Celebration of Research showcases scholarly pursuits undertaken by SU students.
Answer Me This is a forum for addressing questions about working at Seattle University and campus life.
Trung Pham, S.J., Seattle University assistant professor of Fine Arts, has sculpted a special statue for a good cause.
Jim Whittaker, '52, was honored at the inaugural Red Tie Celebration on May 18. Visit SU Snapshot to see what this event was all about and why it was such a rousing success. You'll also find a slideshow of scenes from the School of Law's Commencement.
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STRATEGIC PLAN: At the May 23 President's Forum, Co-chairs of the Strategic Planning Council Bob Dullea and Jackie Helfgott provided updates on Seattle University's Strategic Plan for 2013-2018. You can view a brochure on the plan at the President's web page.
Also, mark your calendars for the 3rd Annual RecFest on May 30, and be sure to check out the latest progress in the Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign.
Daniel Peterson, instructor in Matteo Ricci College, has recently published Tillich: A Brief Overview of the Life and Writings of Paul Tillich. The book offers an introduction to the Protestant theologian who challenged conventional notions of God and was called "the most dangerous theologian alive" during the height of his career. You can read more about the book here.
Also, the Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability has announced its inaugural faculty and student fellows. Click here to see the full list.
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