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Seattle University Awarded $495,000 Grant from Mellon Foundation

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Funding supports the project, “Race, Racialization and Resistance in the United States”
Jan 31, 2023

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Dr. Tom Taylor, "Semester at Sea," Fall 2022

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Travel is an integral component in teaching history for this professor
Jan 26, 2023

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2023 Summer Faculty Fellows

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Five Arts and Sciences faculty members receive support for their efforts to build on previous scholarly or creative endeavors or to move projects in a new direction
Jan 13, 2023

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College of Arts and Sciences Student and Alumni News: December 2022

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Debate team headed to Nationals and an alum recognized for activism onstage with Lizzo
Dec 20, 2022

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College of Arts and Sciences Faculty News: December 2022

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Leading students on a migration justice immersion program, publishing widely, bringing storytelling skills to the Seattle Kraken, and more
Dec 19, 2022

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Driving Change: Student and Faculty Research

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One of the hallmarks of Seattle University’s Criminal Justice, Criminology, and Forensics Department is the opportunity for our students to participate in deep, meaningful research.
Dec 9, 2022

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Global Connections: In the Classroom and Across Campus

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Professor Marissa Olivares is Seattle University’s first Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence
Dec 7, 2022

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Standing in solidarity with our LGBTQIA+ community

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College of Arts and Sciences support for those impacted by the violence inflicted on the LGBTQ+ community in Colorado Springs this past weekend
Nov 22, 2022

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Faculty Members Receive 2022-23 Student Assistantships

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Faculty members receive funding for student support for faculty scholarship and creative work
Nov 22, 2022

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College of Arts and Sciences Student and Alumni News: November 2022

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Award-winning presentation, strong showing by SU Debate Team, new jobs for alums, and more
Nov 14, 2022

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Latest Episode of "Conversations" Available on Seattle Channel

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Institute of Public Service presents "Anxiety Overload: Coping with the Pandemic, Public Safety, and Declining Women’s Rights"
Oct 31, 2022

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Student and Alumni News: October 2022

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Updates from across the many College of Arts and Sciences departments and programs
Oct 20, 2022

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President Peñalver on "Unmute the Voices"

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Dr. Quinton Morris hosts the interview on Classical KING, talking about the SU presidency and other fun topics like his personal taste in music and taking his son to Suzuki violin lessons
Oct 19, 2022

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Faculty News: October 2022

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Publications, poetry, performances, and press
Oct 18, 2022

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Dr. Quinton Morris, Associate Professor, Violin, receives “Pathfinder Award”

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Distinguished award from the Puget Sound Association of Phi Beta Kappa recognizes his scholarship and community work as an educator and youth advocate through his work with his nonprofit organization, Key to Change.
Oct 5, 2022

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Alumni News Summer 2022

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Arts and Sciences alumni continue to shine
Sep 19, 2022

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Faculty News: Summer 2022

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Our renowned faculty continued research, scholarship, and more during the summer
Sep 12, 2022

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Recent Arts and Sciences Grads Receive Fulbright Grants

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Seattle University celebrates members of the Class of ’22 selected as Fulbright grant recipients.
Jul 19, 2022

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Faculty News: June 2022

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Arts and Sciences faculty appointed Provost Fellows, receive awards, and share scholarship news
Jun 15, 2022

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Student and Alumni News: June 2022

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Congratulations to the class of 2022 and to our very successful alumni
Jun 13, 2022

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Sibling Support Enhances Success

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Graduating sisters share how their bond was strengthened at Seattle University.
May 20, 2022

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Arts and Sciences Faculty News: May 2022

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Faculty publications, media interviews, and more
May 11, 2022

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Master of Arts in Psychology Celebrates 40th Anniversary on May 15

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New program in Existential Phenomenological (EP) Psychology began to train therapists in a radically new philosophical healing model in 1981
May 8, 2022

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Seattle University APIDA Student Association

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Alumni invited to engage with Asian Pacific Islander Desi American students
May 6, 2022

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Supporting Behavioral Health for Ukrainian Refugees

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Dr. Kira Mauseth, SU Psychology, and team travel to Poland for nine days
May 4, 2022

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BLOOM: 2022 Digital Design Senior Showcase

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The exhibition creates the environment for this year's cohort to communicate their individual paths of growth that led to the existence of the tight-knit community of designers whose work is featured
Apr 20, 2022

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Arts and Sciences Faculty News: April 2022

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Publishing new research, sought out as subject matter experts, and more.
Apr 18, 2022

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Alumni and Student News: April 2021

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Including graduates of Nonprofit Leadership, Public Administration, Kinesiology, and Public Affairs
Apr 15, 2022

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Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature 2022

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English majors present and win awards at conference designed for students to share their literary research and creative writing with a community of their peers
Apr 5, 2022

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Hedreen Gallery Exhibition, "Embodiment: Gender in The Expanse"

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April 7 through June 15, guest curated by Arielle Simmons, featuring artists Natalie Krick, Barry Johnson, Hanako O’leary, Rafael Soldi, Kali Spitzer and Anthony White
Mar 29, 2022

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2022 Tau Sigma Transfer Student Honor Society Induction Ceremony

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Newest members include 21 College of Arts and Sciences students representing 12 departments
Mar 23, 2022

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Student and Alumni News: March 2022

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Our award-winning Ethics Bowl team, featured filmmakers, alums with new businesses and in the media, and more.
Mar 18, 2022

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Arts and Sciences Faculty News: March 2022

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The latest publications, presentations, media interviews, and more
Mar 16, 2022

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Meet the New Mayor: Where Do We Go From Here?

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April 11, Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell joins us for the latest in the "Conversations" series hosted by the Institute of Public Service
Mar 14, 2022

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“Growing Up Biden” by Valerie Biden Owens: Update - event moved online

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President Joe Biden’s younger sister, trusted confidante and lifelong campaign manager, talks about her new memoir with SU's Dr. Jeanette Rodriguez. Presented with Elliott Bay Book Company on April 19 at 7 p.m.
Mar 8, 2022

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Advanced Studio Art Exhibition in Vachon Gallery through March 31

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Visual Arts students present "Snake Pit," a collection of their most recent work executed within the Advanced Studio Course.
Mar 8, 2022

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Arts and Sciences Faculty News: February 2022

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New publications, presentations, media interviews, and more
Feb 18, 2022

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Student and Alumni News: February 2022

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Student athletes and promotions and new jobs for a wide range of alumni
Feb 17, 2022

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Engaging, Experiential Learning: Urban Public Policy

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Dr. Zachary Wood's newly redesigned class connects students directly to communities and legislative offices
Feb 15, 2022

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New Art Installation Opens in Vachon Gallery

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Naomi Kasumi’s “Silent Lullaby for Lost Souls” on view through February 22; public reception February 17, 4:30 p.m.
Feb 7, 2022

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Students meet virtually with peers in Ecuador to improve Spanish-language skills and engage in intercultural dialogues

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Made possible as part of the dual language immersion program offered by the Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America (AUSJAL).
Jan 17, 2022

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2022 Summer Faculty Fellowships Awarded

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Six Arts and Sciences faculty members included in program to support faculty efforts to build on previous scholarly or creative endeavors or to move projects in a new direction.
Dec 16, 2021

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Student and Alumni News: December 2021

Ethics Bowl victory, student athletes, new jobs, and more
Dec 8, 2021

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Faculty News: December 2021

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Scholarship, professional presentations, readings, media interviews, and more
Dec 7, 2021

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Four Arts and Sciences Receive Mission Endowed Fund Grants

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Provides grants to faculty and staff who develop creative ideas to integrate the Jesuit Catholic Mission of Seattle University into their scholarship, teaching and professional endeavors through mission-related programs, projects, research, and trainings.
Dec 1, 2021

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Celebrate the Holiday Season with Seattle University Choirs

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"All is Bright," virtual concert premieres on YouTube on December 4 at 7:30 p.m. Last year's performances also available to enjoy.
Nov 29, 2021

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College of Arts & Sciences 2021-22 Student Assistantship Awards

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Awards support faculty scholarship and creative work and offer students learning opportunities
Nov 25, 2021

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Faculty News: November 2021

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Faculty featured in media stories, share research and scholarship, and more.
Nov 22, 2021

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Alumni and Student News: November 2021

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Alums elected to local government and make career moves, student athletes recognized, and more.
Nov 18, 2021

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Sharing Power, Building Community: Collaborative Research Project

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Report by Jasmine Waland, '19; Dr. Mark Cohan; and Laura Titzer, Northwest Harvest, identifies how customers and professionals, each in their own way, believe that food pantries and the larger emergency food system (EFS) can be transformed to be a force for food justice.
Nov 15, 2021

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"Her Honor, My Life on the Bench...What Works, What's Broken, and How to Change It"

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Watch the video: a lively conversation between author Judge LaDoris Hazzard Cordell and Judge Anita Crawford-Willis, BA '82 and JD '86, member of the Seattle University Board of Trustees.
Oct 28, 2021

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Alumni and Student News: October 21

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The latest news from our Arts and Sciences community
Oct 21, 2021

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Faculty News, October 2021

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The latest research, publications, and interviews from Arts and Sciences
Oct 18, 2021

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Connecting to the World Virtually

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Under the leadership of Associate Professor Serena Cosgrove, PhD, '85, the Central America Initiative's partner schools engage in outreach, programming and research throughout Nicaragua, including the isolated Caribbean Coast, and in Guatemala and El Salvador.
Oct 6, 2021

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Faculty News: September 2021

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Arts and Sciences faculty share research and scholarship; contribute their expertise through the media
Sep 30, 2021

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Works by Two Faculty Included in State Book Award Winner

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An essay and a poem by Seattle University faculty appear in the book "Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19", which was a winner in the 2021 Washington State Book Awards.
Sep 14, 2021

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Seattle U Faculty and Students Had Major Role in New State Toolbox for K-12 Teachers

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The new Washington State Department of Health “Back-to-the-Classroom THINK Toolbox,” aimed at K-12 teachers and parents as the new school year is about to begin amid the COVID-19 pandemic, represents a year-and-a-half’s work by Seattle U’s Kira Mauseth, PhD, and several students.
Aug 27, 2021

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"Minoru Yamasaki and the Fragility of Architecture": A Conversation with Dr. Paul Kidder, Sept. 20

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Updated: Watch the video of the event. With the arrival of the twenty-year mark since the attacks of September 11, 2001, now is an appropriate time to rediscover meanings in Yamasaki’s portfolio of more than two hundred buildings.
Aug 18, 2021

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Dr. Maureen Feit, Nonprofit Leadership, Publishes Article

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"Tightrope of Advocacy: Critical Race Methods as a Lens on Nonprofit Mediation Between Fear and Trust in the U.S. Census"
Aug 13, 2021

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Seattle U Choirs Spring 2021

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Enjoy this quarter's virtual performances, including two from Commencement 2021
Jun 24, 2021

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2021-22 Naef Scholarships Awarded

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Sixteen Arts and Sciences students included in recipients of prestigious scholarship
Jun 15, 2021

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Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal, Volume 5

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Peer-reviewed publication highlighting the research achievements of Seattle University undergraduate students now available online
Jun 14, 2021

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2021 All College Day Recognizes Milestones and Accomplishments

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Faculty and staff come together for virtual celebration of this very challenging academic year
Jun 9, 2021

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President Co-Awards Reverend Louis Gaffney, SJ, Endowed Chair

Dr. Christina Roberts and Dr. Rob Efird

Dr. Christina Roberts and Dr. Rob Efird will work within the theme, "dᶻixᵂ dxᵂɁugᵂusaϮ tiɁǝɁ swatixᵂtǝd “The Earth is Our First Teacher”: Celebrating the Legacy of taqwšəblu Vi Hilbert and Honoring Sacred Relationships with Coast Salish Lands" in the academic years 2021-22 and 2022-23
Jun 7, 2021

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Master of Arts in Couples and Family Therapy Moves to College of Arts and Sciences

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Joins graduate programs in arts leadership, criminal justice, kinesiology, nonprofit leadership, psychology, public administration, and social work.
Jun 1, 2021

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ARTS at SU Creates Campus Art Walk

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View and listen to artworks created during the pandemic by students from creative writing, film, music, theatre and visual arts
May 27, 2021

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Intersection: Humanities and Science

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Recognizing the potential for students to explore entirely new ways of working in his Film Studies classes, Dr. Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa creates opportunities to develop interdisciplinary work between the arts and science.
May 26, 2021

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Imagining the World: A Retrospective

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Virtual Exhibit Celebrates Twelve Years of Award-Winning Photography
May 24, 2021

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$38 Million Set of Gifts From Ballmer Group to Address Behavioral Health Crisis

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Seattle University graduate programs, including social work and couples and family therapy, invited to participate in broad, collaborative response to state’s behavioral health crisis.
May 21, 2021

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Student and Alum News: May 2021

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Arts and Sciences students and alumni receive awards, make plans for graduate school, publish articles and more
May 18, 2021

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2020 Seattle Public Safety Survey Released

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Annual research project conducted by Criminal Justice faculty and students
May 4, 2021

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“Unmute The Voices,” led by Dr. Quinton Morris

New KING FM project, showcasing BIPOC artists and composers, debuts on Juneteenth, June 19, 2021
Apr 19, 2021

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Faculty News: April 2021

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Our latest faculty events, media interviews, research and more
Apr 12, 2021

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Dr. Elizabeth Dale receives 2021 Emerging Scholar

Association of Fundraising Professionals’ award honors early-career scholar or scholar-practitioner whose research has and will continue to shape the discourse on philanthropy and fundraising
Mar 17, 2021

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March Arts and Sciences Faculty Update

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Most recent faculty events, media interviews, research and more
Mar 10, 2021

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Psychology student researchers key contributors to state pandemic project

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Dr. Kira Mauseth, co-lead for State of Washington's Behavioral Health Strike Team, finds new opportunities for students
Feb 18, 2021

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LinkUp 2021, April 8, goes virtual

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Professional formation is a strong focus in the College of Arts and Sciences, especially with our signature student mentoring event
Feb 17, 2021

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Latest faculty news

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Arts and Sciences faculty events, media interviews, research and more
Feb 8, 2021

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Black History Month Keynote: A Racial Equity Reckoning

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Dr. Benjamin Danielson, presented by Social Work Department, co-sponsored by Nonprofit Leadership
Feb 5, 2021

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SU Institute of Public Service presents newest installment of “The Conversation”

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“The Promise and Peril in Seattle’s New Era of Female Leadership,” a conversation with Carmen Best, Jenny Durkan, and Denise Juneau
Jan 29, 2021

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“Uncharted Waters,” first-of-its-kind virtual theatrical collaboration

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Seattle University Theatre, Cornish College of the Arts Theater & Performance Production, and the University of Washington School of Drama embrace the challenge of making theatre in the time of COVID
Jan 22, 2021

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Student Research Informs DOH Behavioral Health Strike Team Monthly Forecast

Dr. Kira Mauseth

**Updated with new resources** Students provided research assistance for team co-lead Dr. Kira Mauseth to develop the November forecast about what is likely to happen in the COVID-19 disaster response and recovery cycle for behavioral health in order to inform planning and resource strategies.
Dec 18, 2020

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December 2020 Faculty Scholarship, Research, and Events

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Arts and Sciences faculty continue publishing and presenting throughout a challenging quarter
Dec 8, 2020

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20-21 Student Assistantship Awards

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Supporting five Arts and Sciences faculty members' scholarship and creative work
Nov 30, 2020

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SU Arts Leadership Partner in New Seattle Arts Fellowship

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Seattle Opera, Seattle Symphony, Pacific NW Ballet, and KING FM support emerging leaders and administrators of color
Nov 20, 2020

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Faculty and Student Events Available in Video/Audio On Demand

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The shift to online events allows more opportunity to share them in video and audio formats; a wide variety are now available.
Nov 16, 2020

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Performing and Connecting in our Virtual World

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While all of our programs have had to find new ways to connect during the pandemic, the performing arts have had to go further to pivot than many other disciplines.
Nov 13, 2020

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November Faculty News

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The most recent Art and Sciences faculty accomplishments
Nov 9, 2020

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Kate Reynolds Receives 2020 Excellence in Leadership Staff Award

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Senior Administrative Assistant for African and African American Studies, Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies, and Philosophy recognized for contributions during 35 years of service.
Oct 20, 2020

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October Faculty News

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Arts and Sciences faculty: subject matter experts in the media and their latest research and scholarship
Oct 16, 2020

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Eighteen College of Arts and Sciences Students Named Naef Scholars

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Scholarship program provides support and enrichment for upper-level SU undergraduate students who demonstrate commitment to social justice leadership in their communities.
Oct 8, 2020

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Fall Virtual Graduate Program Open House

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Tuesday, October 20, from 5 to 7 p.m., Pacific Time, see how Seattle U can help professionals achieve their goals and navigate graduate school during COVID-19.
Oct 2, 2020

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Seattle U Graduate Student and Affordable Housing Advocate Receives 2020 Bullitt Environmental Prize

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Patience Malaba, environmental justice and affordable housing advocate, immigrated to the United States from Zimbabwe, and graduates from the Master of Public Administration program after fall quarter.
Oct 1, 2020

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September Faculty News

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Recent College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship, and publications
Sep 18, 2020

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Project on Family Homelessness Ends 10 Years of Advocacy

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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-funded initiative on family homelessness, which ended in August, is credited with raising awareness of the issue over the course of a decade.
Sep 9, 2020

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Dr. Quinton Morris First Artist-Scholar in Residence for KING FM

SU Associate Professor and founder of music education organization Key to Change begins inaugural two-year term on September 15
Sep 4, 2020

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Summer institute to welcome 18 scholars from around the world

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Seattle University chosen to host the Study of the U.S. Institute (SUSI) for Scholars on Religious Freedom and Pluralism, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Aug 25, 2020

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Closing events: "Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art From Saint Louis"

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Curator, Dr. Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud, Assistant Professor in Arts Leadership, talks about the origins of the exhibition, which closed August 2; final virtual events July 31 and August 1
Jul 27, 2020

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2020 Commencement Awards

Celebrating graduating seniors and the Teacher, Advisor, and Staff Member of the Year
Jun 16, 2020

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SUURJ, Volume 4, Published

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Annual issue of Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal launched
Jun 9, 2020

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In Memoriam: Paul Milan, PhD

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Tributes to our friend and colleague; updated June 10, 4 p.m.
Jun 8, 2020

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May 29: A Zoom sharing of "Marisol" by José Rivera

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Presented by the Department of Performing Arts and Arts Leadership Theatre Program
May 21, 2020

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Arts and Sciences 2020 Fellowships Awarded to Eight Faculty Members

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Summer Faculty Research Fellowships, Promotion Fellowship, and Dean’s Research Fellowships
May 15, 2020

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Hedreen Gallery, May 18 - August 2, 220

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"Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art From Saint Louis," new virtual exhibition partnership and series of online public programming.
May 11, 2020

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"Stumbling upon a Revolutionary Monument during a Pandemic"

Dr. H. Hazel Hahn

Dr. H. Hazel Hahn, Chair of the History Department reflects upon her remote experiences due to the pandemic and the history around her in Tappan, New York
May 1, 2020

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Arts and Sciences Faculty Promotions

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Updated: Four promoted to Associate Professor, six to Full Professor, one to Associate Clinical Professor, one to Senior Instructor
Apr 22, 2020

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“Mind and Body: Gloria Anzaldúa, Xicanísima, and Beyond”

Veronica Eldredge '16 and Dr. Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs,

A look at one of our last in-person gatherings during Winter Quarter, by alum Veronica Eldredge
Apr 16, 2020

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Supporting Seattle U Students During Extraordinary Times

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As we begin Spring Quarter with remote learning, Seattle University continues to offer and update a variety of resources
Apr 8, 2020

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Extension of Remote Instruction Through Spring Quarter

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President Stephen V. Sundborg, SJ, Announces Response to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Mar 13, 2020

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2020-2021 ICTC Faculty Fellowships

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Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture awards fellowships for research and course development
Feb 18, 2020

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"Mind and Body: Gloria Anzaldúa, Xicanísima and Beyond", February 22

Dr. Gabriella Gutierrez Muhs

SU alumni, students and professors, and internationally renowned poets, writers, and academics address the "Other" within LGBTQ+, Latinx, and migrant communities in full day free symposium
Feb 14, 2020

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Seattle University Announces 2020 Alumni Awards

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Four of the five awardees are affiliated with the College of Arts and Sciences
Feb 6, 2020

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45 Plays for 45 Presidents

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SU's theatre program offers offers a decidedly 21st Century perspective on our country’s leaders and American history
Jan 28, 2020

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Five Arts and Sciences Faculty Members Receive Summer Faculty Fellowships

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Supporting faculty efforts to build on previous scholarly or creative endeavors to move projects in a new direction
Jan 27, 2020

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Science, Race and Power: Angela Saini

Author Angela Saini

Award-winning science author and journalist in conversation with Ruchika Tulshyan, Seattle U adjunct faculty and journalist
Jan 22, 2020

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Ethics Bowl team wins NW Regional Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

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Seattle University team earns spot in national competition for third year in a row
Nov 26, 2019

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DOUBLE CLEAR, new exhibition by E.T. Russian, opens Dec. 7

Double Clear, artwork by E.T. Russian

Hedreen Gallery hosts new, multi-sensory video comic installation and series of public programs through March 1, 2020
Nov 22, 2019

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College of Arts and Sciences receives grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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Supports “Healing Justice: Emergent Wellbeing Practices in Social Movements for Racial and Gender Justice,” research project led by Dr. Rachel E. Luft, Sociology
Nov 14, 2019

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Serena Oduro, '20, Finalist for National Fellowships

Serena Oduro, class of 2020

Marshall Scholarship and Rhodes Scholarship among nation's most prestigious
Nov 12, 2019

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Vachon Gallery announces the opening of "Sanctuary Print Shop: Seattle"

Installation and workshop shots from exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Photos: Lorenia Flovel

Immersive, participatory research and art exhibition by Sergio De La Torre and Chris Treggiari’s Sanctuary City Project
Oct 22, 2019

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2019 LeRoux Lecture, October 29, Bannan Auditorium

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Dr. Kizito Kiyamba, SJ from Arrupe University, Zimbabwe will lecture on Artificial Intelligence
Oct 16, 2019

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Kinesiology offers new graduate degree

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Master of Science in Kinesiology focuses on evidence-based practice; updated Oct. 2, 2019
Oct 2, 2019

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Creative Justice | Up From the Table, in the Hedreen Gallery

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Exhibition of new work by artists and cultural organizers working with arts-based alternative to incarceration for young people in King County.
Sep 23, 2019

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Arts and Sciences Graduate Program Accreditation News

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Master of Social Work and Master of Nonprofit Leadership Earn Accreditation; Master of Public Administration Accreditation Renewed
Sep 20, 2019

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A Conversation with Sister Helen Prejean, Sept. 9 at Seattle U - Updated

Sister Helen Prejean

Added: recent media coverage - Honorary doctorate recipient returns to Seattle to talk about her new book, "River of Fire: My Spiritual Journey
Aug 13, 2019

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SU Department of Art, Art History and Design hosts “For the record,”

Healing Forest, artwork by Carol Rashawnna Williams

Carol Rashawnna Williams, Seattle University Artist in Residence, featured in Hedreen Gallery and Vachon Gallery
Aug 9, 2019

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“Public Policy and the Arts” Project: Seattle Arts Voter Guide - Updated August 2

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Arts Voter Guide Featured on Podcast; 22 Seattle City Council Candidates and 3 Seattle School Board Candidates Share Arts Platforms To Date
Aug 2, 2019

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Eighteen Scholars from Eighteen Countries come campus for SUSI 2019

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Third year for Study of the U.S. Institute for Scholars on Contemporary American Literature at Seattle U
Jul 5, 2019

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SU Criminal Justice at 36th International Congress on Law and Mental Health

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Twenty-six students, faculty, alumni, and advisory committee members attend under the auspices of Seattle U's Crime and Justice Research Center
Jul 1, 2019

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Dean Powers goes to new heights for Brady Battalion, SU ROTC

Dean Powers prepares for first skydiving experience

Attends 2019 U.S. Cadet Command Centers of Influence Leadership Symposium.
Jun 24, 2019

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Faculty and Staff Recognized with Annual All College Day Awards

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College of Arts and Sciences celebrates excellence in advising, teaching, scholarship, service, and more
Jun 12, 2019

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No Argument Here: Ethics Bowl Team Created Opportunities for its Students

Members of the 2019 Ethics Bowl Team

"...the most amazing thing is the research the students do and the educational opportunities they are given.”
Jun 4, 2019

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Toward a More Inclusive Theater

Red Talk presenter talks about putting a more diverse cast on stage.
May 28, 2019

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SUURJ Volume 3 Launches

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Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal presentation opens annual student research conference
May 21, 2019

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Arts Ecosystem Research Project

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Seattle University Arts Leadership and Lemieux Library in partnership with local cultural community
May 4, 2019

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Seattle University Debate Team continues highly successful year

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Four teams advance to US Universities National Championship, competing with 200+ teams from across the country
Apr 15, 2019

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Alpha Sigma Nu inducts new members

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College of Arts and Sciences well represented among new members of the Seattle University Chapter of the Jesuit Honor Society
Apr 11, 2019

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Kinesiology Department hosts first Biomechanics Fair

Students demonstrate biomechanical principles at Biomechanics Fair

Students create hands-on demonstrations of biomechanical principles for more than 40 Rainier Beach High School juniors and seniors
Apr 9, 2019

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Dr. Paulette Kidder Receives 2019-20 James B. McGoldrick, S.J., Fellowship

Dr. Paulette Kidder

Named for beloved Jesuit who devoted a half century of his life to Seattle University, fellowship recognizes extraordinary faculty member who embodies mission and values of Seattle University
Mar 27, 2019

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Matteo Ricci Institute Creates New Peer Advisor Program

Peer advisors and students Maddy Mele and Clare Lyons

First-time-in-college and sophomore students benefit from the insights and experience of juniors and seniors
Mar 26, 2019

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Mentoring and Networking Efforts in Full Swing in Arts and Sciences

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Annual LinkUp event draws a crowd; Communication and Media mentoring program launches
Mar 7, 2019

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Eight Faculty Members Receive Student Assistantship Awards

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Opportunities for students to support faculty scholarship and creative work.
Feb 14, 2019

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2019 Alumni Awards Include Two Arts and Sciences Alums

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Gretchenrae Campera, '08, Outstanding Recent Alumna and Kathleen Schafer, '81, University Service, among five honorees
Feb 13, 2019

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2018-19 Seattle U Debate Team Shines

Members of the SU Debate Team

Hard Work Earns Great Results in Competitive Tournaments
Jan 29, 2019

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Seattle U Film Studies Sponsors Major Conference

Society for Cinema and Media Studies to Meet in Seattle, March 13-17
Jan 22, 2019

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Women and Gender Studies Offers New Minor in LGBTQ Studies

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Focused examination of intellectual, cultural and political experiences and knowledge of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-identified individuals and groups
Jan 15, 2019

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