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.
Students: Ignatian Leadership Conference, 7/31As a part of a larger Jesuit institution, the School of Theology and Ministry is rooted in Ignatian tradition. Join Magis: Alumni Living the Mission for this special leadership conference to explore Jesuit values and Ignatian practices for everyday life
Student Community: Theology on Tap, 4/30 & 5/5Students, mark your calendars for these upcoming Theology on Tap events with Dr. Erica Martin and Dr. Mike Raschko!
Students: Career Discovery SeriesAre you exploring career ideas? Join Career Services to see what your Myers Briggs Type Indicator results say about your career discernment!
Co-Sponsored for Earth Day: From Serving Money to Serving Life, 4/22Join international best-selling author David Korten to discuss transforming the economic practices that are harming the Earth.
From the Dean: Do Not Let This Suffering Be NormalLast month, after being kidnapped by one of the world’s most feared terrorist groups, 26-year-old Kayla Mueller died at the hands of ISIS. We can take inspiration from the way Kayla lived her life. In our ministry we are called, like Kayla, to find strength and urgency in our vocation...
Rabbi Rosen Visits with Faculty & Local Jewish LeadersThis past month, one of the world’s most prominent rabbis, Rabbi David Rosen, met with School of Theology and Ministry faculty, students, and staff, as well as a few local rabbis and members of the American Jewish Committee. Read about it here!
March Edition: Faculty, Student & Alumni HighlightsJoin us in congratulating many of our faculty, staff and students on their exciting accomplishments. From promotions to presentations and more!
Transformational Leadership Student Visits with GovernorOur school’s very own Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership student, Qasim Hatem, visited with the governor to discuss concerns about recent hate
crimes against the Muslim and Hindu communities and the effects of Islamophobia.