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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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