Faculty and Student Events Available in Video/Audio On Demand

Written by Karen L. Bystrom
November 16, 2020

As we have shifted events online, we have discovered a few positive benefits. Not only can alumni from across the world attend, the ease of recording online events allows us to share them with those who could not attend. Here are a few of our recent events that you can listen or watch to at your convenience.

Image from presentation with illustration of COVID-19 virusBehavioral Health Impacts of COVID-19

COVID-19 affects all of us in our daily lives in some ways that we may not recognize. In this audio presentation, Dr. Kira Mauseth, Senior Instructor, Psychology, addresses the specifics about where we are on a larger scale with our Behavioral Health responses in the context of this natural disaster across the state, and how our brains and bodies function accordingly in this phase of disaster response and recovery. Dr. Mauseth discusses common responses, symptoms, and challenges over the next few months that we will be facing, and what you can do to prevent burnout and increase resilience factors. Specific ideas are provided about how to communicate and interact more effectively with others at home and in the workplace, in the context of COVID-19 and increase our own sense of strength. Listen to the podcast here.

Image of hand and jigsaw puzzleMaking Research Matter

Social Work Department Assistant Professor, Dr. Aakanksha Sinha presented a special lecture for prospective students. Dr. Sinha is a mixed methods researcher and focuses on issues related to access to basic needs, food security, positive deviance, and community asset building. Watch the video here.

A Quiet World: The Wonders of Hearing & Hearing Loss with Dr. David Myers

Drawing on personal experience and psychological science, Dr. Myers explains and demonstrates the psychology of hearing and the realities and humor of hearing loss. Presented by the Seattle University Psychology Department. Watch the video here.

Illustration of yeti holding a microphone and the text Redhawk Squawk Exercise for LifeRedhawk Squawk: Exercise for Life

The Kinesiology Department launched their new podcast series this fall with “Seattle Sports: Play, Identity, and Pursuit in the Emerald City” by Dr. Terry Anne Scott, and continued with episodes about stress and exercise, breast health, healthy sleep habits, and more. Listen to the podcast series here.

“Reimagining possibilities for being, belonging, and togetherness”: Conversations & Closing Reception, Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art From Saint Louis

graphic logo for Abstractions of Black Citizenship ExhibitionThis exhibition, originally scheduled to run at Hedreen Gallery at Seattle University during Spring Quarter 2020, moved online. Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art From Saint Louis was a group exhibition and public program series featuring works by Dominic Chambers, Damon Davis, Jen Everett, De Nichols, and Katherine Simóne Reynolds, five Black Saint Louis, MO-based artists. In the closing event, Exhibition Curator, Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud, Ph.D., introduced a series of dialogues among exhibition artists and scholars writing for the forthcoming Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art From Saint Louis exhibition reader. Watch the event here.

You can also meet our emerging student curators in a series of short videos: