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.
The 12-course program, which can be completed in one
academic year of intense coursework, is only the third such graduate program
available in Washington state. More information and how to apply can be found here. Read More about New Master of Science in Structural Engineering Accepting Applications.
Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry has been named to
the 2015 list of "Seminaries that Are Changing the World." The awards acknowledge some of the most innovative seminaries and
schools of theology in the nation and those that also maintain a series of
commitments that are transforming theological education as a discipline. Read More about School of Theology and Ministry Named a Seminary That is “Changing the World”.
The seventh annual edition of the Search for
Meaning Book Festival, one of Seattle’s largest literary events, will bring 55
authors from the U.S. and the U.K. who represent ecumenical and secular
perspectives on a quest that has become more complex in the Internet Age.Read More about Seattle University Presents Search for Meaning Book Festival.
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.
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