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Dr. Quinton Morris selected for Seattle Arts Commission

Dr. Quinton Morris, a concert violinist, educator, entrepreneur, filmmaker and founder of The Young Eight String Octet, comprised of distinguished African American string players from the nation’s most prestigious music schools, has joined the Seattle Arts Commission.
Mar 29, 2017

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Children's Home in Belize Is Site of Digital Design Project

Digital Design Professor Naomi Kasumi and a team of students are creating a public art project for the Liberty Children’s Home in Ladyville Village, Belize.
Jan 24, 2017

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Clay Creates Set for "The Pajama Game"

Professor Carol Wolfe Clay is designing the sets for the critically acclaimed musical "The Pajama Game," which runs from February 10 to March 5 at Seattle’s Fifth Avenue Theatre.
Jan 19, 2017

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Dombrowski Publishes on Whitehead’s Religious Thought

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Philosophy Professor Daniel Dombrowski published "Whitehead's Religious Thought: From Mechanism to Organism, From Force to Persuasion." Alfred North Whitehead, an English mathematician and philosopher, focused on change as the cornerstone of reality, a view known as process philosophy.
Jan 10, 2017

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Pinkwashing: Do you know where your money goes?

Pink ribbons. Pink shoes. Pink gloves. While athletes, companies, and movie stars use pink to promote products and raise breast cancer awareness, for Communication Professor Caitlin Ring Carlson, the claims and hype are personal and often unethical. Article and video.
Jan 2, 2017

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Award-Winning Author Leah DeVun to Give Medieval Studies Keynote

Rutgers University History Professor Leah DeVun, scholar, artist, and award-winning author, presents this year’s Seattle University Medieval Studies Keynote Address, “The Medieval Hermaphrodite: Gender, Race, and the Boundaries of the Human in the Middle Ages” on May 11, 2017.
Dec 19, 2016

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Jane Golden to Headline Arts Leadership Conference

Jane Golden, Executive Director of Mural Arts Philadelphia, is the keynote speaker at this year’s Seattle Arts Leadership Conference on January 28, 2017. Under Golden’s direction, Mural Arts Philadelphia has grown from a small city agency to the nation's largest mural program and a model for community development around the globe.
Dec 9, 2016

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SU Receives $2.3 Million NSF Award

Seattle University has been awarded a $2.3 million institutional transformation grant from the National Science Foundation that could result in a new model for faculty promotion here and potentially at other mission-driven universities around the country. Sociology Professor Jodi O'Brien is the principal investigator.
Nov 15, 2016

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Tassone Publishes Book on Italian for Business

Italian Professor Giuseppe Tassone just published "Un Buon Affare – Italian for Business," which is designed to prepare students to actively engage in the dynamic world of Italian business.
Nov 15, 2016

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DaCorsi Publishes “Alba Nuova”

Auburn City Councilmember and Alumnus Claude DaCorsi, MPA ’11, published ‘Alba Nuova: A New Dawn, the Story of a 19th Century Italian Immigrant," a novel based on his family that settled in the United States in the late 19th century.
Nov 14, 2016

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