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.
Launching a New Center for Religious Wisdom & World AffairsThis week, Seattle University has announced that its School of Theology and Ministry is launching a new Center for Religious Wisdom & World Affairs that will uniquely blend learning and scholarship with strategy for action around some of the most important moral and ethical issues of our time.
From the Dean: A Moral Awakening Caused by a ChildHuman beings have an inspiring moral fiber marbled into the sinews of our consciousness, yet very rarely do we put it on display.
Legacy Feature: Indiana Jones meets Interfaith PeacebuildingRev. Jack Olive was a man who let his greatest passion lead him to meaningful work. In a world where we often feel so disconnected from ourselves and the needs of others, Jack’s life example reminds us that it is possible to live into that idea of “vocation.”
Welcoming New Director of StewardshipSeattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry is proud to welcome Coury Shadyac to the staff team as Director of Development.
Dean Visits White HouseThis past month, Dean Mark S. Markuly, PhD joined a small group of select seminary and university executive leaders at the White House’s fifth annual President’s Interfaith & Community Service Campus Challenge Reception. Read more here!
September 2015, Theme: “Activate”The theme for our school community this September 2015 is "Activate."...
Inside the Classroom: Systems of Trauma TreatmentThis Fall Quarter, students will engage the complex and critical area of "trauma" in family, individual, and spiritual systems.
Snapshots: Faculty International Travel ExperiencesThis past month, groups of faculty from the School traveled internationally to forge new partnerships for the school and to learn from exceptional models of inclusively Christian and interfaith engagement-especially when it comes to forms of worship and liturgy.