SU's campus will be chock full of events and other activities over the next couple weeks. Here are a few of the many things going on between now and Halloween.
Campus Climate Survey Town Halls: The results are in on the
Assessment of Climate for Learning, Living, and Working
(also known as "The Big Important Survey"). Be sure to attend one of the two town hall meetings on Thursday, Oct. 22: 12:30-2 p.m., Pigott Auditorium; and 7-8:30 p.m., Bannan Auditorium. Learn more
Campus Events: Over the next several days, SU will be visited by former Federal Reserve Chairman
Ben Bernanke, famed science fiction author
Ursula Le Guin, business leader Alan Mullaly, who will kick off this year's Albers Executive Speaker Series, and Ilia Delio, who is keynoting the first 2015-2016 Catholic Heritage Lecture on Pope Francis' recent encyclical on the environment.
Then there's the lecture/recital and film premiere of
Quinton Morris (pictured here), director of chamber and instrumental music. And don't forget to keep tabs on the great successes of our
United Way Campaign: It's that time of year. The United Way Campaign at Seattle University begins Oct. 29.
Click here to see who this year's co-chairs are, what the goal is and more.