Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry students come from almost every decade of life experience and from a gamut of religious backgrounds and faith perspectives. We believe that the best kind of learning comes from great conversations; that different points of view colliding and intermingling make learning richer and deeper.
December 2015, Theme: “Embody”The theme for our school community this December 2015 is "Embody."
Student Community: Leadership on Tap, 12/2Students, mark your calendars for this special "Leadership on Tap" event with Dr. Tito Cruz!
Annual Christmas Tree Lighting, 12/3Sing carols, hear words of hope, and participate as the school community celebrates the holiday season together.
From the Dean: Standing Hopeful in the Tragic GapOnce more the news is filled with stories of mass murders at the hands of terrorists. Let us hope and pray that those affected by these terrorist attacks will have the power to stand in the tragic gap and help us all to rise above this dark moment in human history...
Alumni: Advent Mass and Reception, 12/5Seattle University invites alumni, family members, and friends to attend this special Advent Mass and Christmas reception
Inside the Classroom: Earth Spirituality & JusticeBeginning this fall quarter, faculty, staff and students from across the campus have joined together in a new class that breaks the mold, becoming a place for students to weigh diverse perspectives on some of today’s most pressing concerns.
Students: Writing Workshop, 1/14Got writing issues? Help is here! With your success in mind, this workshop is specifically designed for School of Theology and Ministry students and presented by our own Catherine Smith, staff member with Ecumenical Relations.
Co-Sponsored: International Holocaust & Genocide Remembrance Day, 1/27Save the date for the International Holocaust & Genocide Rememberance Day. This year we will hear courageous stories from a survivor of the Holocaust and an American soldier who participated in the liberation of a Holocaust camp.