News 2013

Grants Support Yesler Terrace Employment Program for Teens

Founded by Professor Claire Garoutte and community groups, the Yesler Terrace Youth Media Program received more than $40,000 in grants for summer employment for youth. Fine Arts Department students serve as summer interns.
Dec 10, 2013

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Moe-Lobeda Joins Editorial Boards of Tikkun and Dialog

Theology and Religious Studies Professor Cynthia Moe-Lobeda has joined the editorial boards of international publications "Dialog: A Journal of Theology" and "Tikkun," which focuses on progressive social change.
Dec 4, 2013

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Six Filmmakers Join Forces to Illuminate the Lives of Vulnerable Families

The Center for Strategic Communications chose six filmmakers to create animated films that tell the stories of families who are homeless or living in poverty.
Dec 3, 2013

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Efird Receives Research Grant for Work in Japan

Professor Rob Efird, chair of the Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, received a grant to further his research on Japanese nature schools and Chinese environmental education.
Nov 25, 2013

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Collins Publishes on Criminal Justice Management

Criminal Justice Prof. Peter A. Collins published "Criminal Justice Management: Theory and Practice in Justice-Centered Organizations." The book focuses on the needs of agencies to address the concerns of communities and employees.
Nov 18, 2013

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University Faculty Awarded NSF Grant

Psychology Professor Kathleen Cook and three mechanical engineering professors received a National Science Foundation grant to study problem-based learning outside of the traditional classroom.
Nov 12, 2013

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Seattle University Partners with Seattle Opera

The Seattle Opera - Seattle University Series brings monthly conversations about opera to campus. All events are free and open to the public. Prof. Andrea McDowell presents on January 21.
Nov 1, 2013

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Arnold Designs Costumes for Seattle Rep's Bo-Nita

Theatre Professor Harmony Arnold designed the costumes for the original play Bo-Nita, written by Seattle playwright Elizabeth Heffron. The original play opened on October 18 at Seattle Repertory Theatre.
Oct 28, 2013

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Taylor Edits Volume on Jesuit Role in World History

History Professor Tom Taylor edited Forum: Jesuits and World History, a collection of scholarship that reflects the importance of the Jesuits as critical actors in world history. A symposium on the topic is set for January 2014.
Oct 28, 2013

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Hopkins Lectures in China

Philosophy Chair Burt Hopkins gave a weeklong series of lectures on phenomenology to doctoral philosophy students at Nanjing University.
Oct 17, 2013

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