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Book launch, 5/3, “Strange with Age,” new poetry by Dr. Sharon Cumberland

Dr. Sharon Cumberland

Seattle University celebrates the launch of "Strange with Age," a collection of poems by Sharon Cumberland, PhD, Professor of English, on May 3, 4 to 6 pm in Casey Commons.
Apr 18, 2017

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Criminal Justice Department Research Projects

Criminal Justice graduate Josh McCleod

Through the Center for the Study of Crime and Justice, Seattle University’s Criminal Justice Department conducts primary research, including data collection and analysis, program evaluation, and collaborative research with local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies.
Apr 13, 2017

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Gutiérrez y Muhs publishes new books

Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, PhD recently edited "Word Images: New Perspectives on Canícula and Other Works by Norma Elia Cantú," a collection of critical essays highlighting Cantú's contribution as a folklorist, writer, scholar, critic and teacher. "The Runaway Poems, A Manual of Love," a collection of her own poetry, was published recently as well.
Apr 6, 2017

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SU historians awarded Fulbright Grants

Julie Weiskopf headshot

Dr. Julie Weiskopf, ’01 is the recipient of a Fulbright US Scholar grant to teach and research in Tanzania and Kasey Deems, ’17 has received a Fulbright US Student Award to study at the University of East Anglia (UK).
Mar 30, 2017

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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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