Spotlights

With more than 55 authors scheduled to appear, the eighth annual book festival is a nationwide network surrounding the human search for meaning. It takes place Feb. 28, 2015 on the SU campus. Info & tickets: http://www.seattleu.edu/searchformeaning/

Students and graduates talk about what they value most in an SU education.

Active Teaching Model Earns Math Professor National Award

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01/27/2015

The mission- and values-driven teaching method that goes beyond the classroom is one reason why the Mathematical Association of America has chosen Henrich to receive a prestigious 2015 Henry L. Alder Award for the quality of her undergraduate teaching.Read More about Active Teaching Model Earns Math Professor National Award.

Stephanie Verdoia Named Female Sports Star of the Year

01/22/2015
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Seattle University women’s soccer’s Stephanie Verdoia, already decorated with multiple local, regional, and national awards, was named Female Sports Star of the Year at the 2015 MTR Western Seattle Sports Star of the Year Awards Wednesday night. The award is given to a female athlete or coach for outstanding sports achievement in the past year or season.Read More about Stephanie Verdoia Named Female Sports Star of the Year.

Stephanie Verdoia Drafted by NWSL’s Boston Breakers

01/16/2015
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 Stephanie Verdoia (Salt Lake City, Utah) will have the opportunity to realize her dream of playing professional soccer, as she was chosen in the fourth round of the 2015 National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) College Draft by the Boston Breakers Friday morning at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Read More about Stephanie Verdoia Drafted by NWSL’s Boston Breakers.

Seattle University study finds Washington death penalty cases cost at least $1 million more than when death not sought

01/07/2015
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An in-depth study by four Seattle University professors found costs related to pursuing the death penalty are about 1.4 to 1.5 times more than when a prosecutor does not seek death. Read More about Seattle University study finds Washington death penalty cases cost at least $1 million more than when death not sought.