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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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Top Prize Awarded to Community Design Workshop Students

Urban Planning Professor Marie Wong accepted the 2016 APA/PAW urban planning award in the student category in recognition of the accomplishments of the 32 students who participated in the Community Design Workshop course project “Stairways of Seattle.”
Nov 9, 2016

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IPS Receives Major Grant

The Project on Family Homelessness in the Institute of Public Service received a $300,000 grant to continue its communications work about family homelessness in Washington state.
Oct 26, 2016

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Mexican Artist Minerva Cuevas to Begin Week-long Residency in Spring

Mexican artist Minerva Cuevas will work directly with students in addition to developing a gallery-based social practice project involving students as participants and facilitators during the spring quarter.
Oct 25, 2016

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Ward Receives Serve Washington Award

Professor Kevin Ward received the Bill Basl Commitment to Service Award from Serve Washington in recognition of his significant contributions to public service.
Oct 24, 2016

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Mugerauer To Keynote at Giving Voice to Experience Conference

Robert Mugerauer, PhD, Dean Emeritus and Professor at the University of Washington, will address how particular works of art and culture can inform our understanding of loss at the Giving Voice to Experience Conference in January.
Oct 21, 2016

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Olympian Jill Savery Focuses on Sustainability in Sport

Passionate about sport and the environment, Jill Savery, who received Olympic gold in synchronized swimming and a master's in environmental management, brings her expertise to teach in graduate programs in Sport Administration and Leadership. She has worked nationally and internationally to embed sustainability in all aspects of sports events, including with the America’s Cup, the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, and the organizers of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Oct 17, 2016

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Fr. Moleski Named LeRoux Chair

Martin Moleski, S.J., Professor of Religious Studies and Catholic Theology at Canisius College, joins the faculty as the William F. Le Roux, S.J. Endowed Chair for the winter quarter 2017.
Oct 14, 2016

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