You may have noticed some new ways in which SU is representing itself these days. Maybe you’ve driven by a billboard or seen a sign on a bus or heard a spot on KUOW. These are among the first visible manifestations of the university’s branding initiative. Click here to learn more, including a Q&A with faculty members Barry Mitzman and Matt Isaac.
Susan Meyers' award-winning debut novel depicts circus life.
The School of Theology and Ministry hosts a gathering of international scholars even as it mourns a close friend.
Seattle University is ranked number 5 in the West.
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Anderson, S.J., already ministers to Redhawks as chaplain for SU’s alumni as
well as the men’s basketball team. Another type of hawk was added to his fold
Thanks to all the faculty and staff who shared photos of what they were up to--in some case, way, way up--this summer.
Visit SU Snapshot for more campus scenes.
The Mass of the Holy Spirit takes place 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2, at the Immaculate Conception Church (18th and E. Marion).
Click here for all the details
Who's new? As the new academic year begins, we welcome new faculty and
staff--or in some cases, familiar faces to new roles. Click here for
the full list.
The fall edition of Seattle University Magazine is out and chock-full of stories featuring alumni-check out the cover article on alums who have followed their passions and found success-and faculty and students who are making a difference in the academic world and in the community through interesting projects, new literary achievements and more. Read all about it at
CitySoil Farm (formerly known as the Seattle University Sustainable Urban Agriculture Project) is holding a potluck and community celebration 3-7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 9, at the 1.5-acre farm, located in Renton.
Click here for more information on the celebration and to RSVP. Learn more about the project at Environmental Studies.
Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, associate professor of theology and religious studies, gave a presentation at the fourth annual Lutheran Studies Conference which was held at Pacific Lutheran University. Moe-Lobeda discussed how Lutheran sources invite people to resist forms of structural evil. She is also scheduled to give a presentation at an ecumenical conference on climate change, "Why Water Is Sacred," in Santa Barbara, Calif., in February. At that conference Moe-Lobeda will discuss "Dismantling Ecological and Economic Violence."
How are you feeling about the new academic year?
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