News 2014

Cahill to Present on Gender Equality Since Vatican II

Theologian Lisa Sowle Cahill, a prolific writer and scholar, presents "Theology and Gender Equality: Models of Renewal Since Vatican II," as the annual Ann O'Hara Graff lecture on November 6 at 7 p.m.
Sep 30, 2014

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Senior Aaron Hauser to Perform with Eastside Symphony

Cellist Aaron Hauser, class of 2015, will perform the first and second movements of Elgar's Cello Concerto at the Eastside Symphony's first concert of the season on October 18, 2014.
Sep 30, 2014

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Paul Willis Reading Set for October 8

Poet, novelist, and non-fiction writer Paul Willis, the university's first Writer-on-Campus, reads from his work on October 8 at 4:30 p.m. in Casey Commons.
Sep 29, 2014

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City Council Appoints Wong to Review District Board

Professor Marie Wong has been appointed to the International Special Review District board which reviews preservation, planning, design, redevelopment, and development proposals for buildings and open spaces in Seattle's Chinatown-International District.
Sep 23, 2014

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Meyers Publishes Two Books

English Professor Susan Meyers drew on her personal experiences for her novel, "Failing the Trapeze," and academic book, "Del Otro Lado: Literacy and Migration across the U.S.-Mexico Border."
Sep 23, 2014

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Morris Appointed to Artist Trust Board

Music Professor Quinton Morris was appointed to the Board of Directors of Artist Trust. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to supporting Washington state artists working in all creative disciplines.
Sep 23, 2014

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Students Receive Top Award for Urban Planning Project

Students in Professor Marie Wong's Community Design Workshop received the top student planning award for their "Ghost Signs of Seattle" project.
Sep 5, 2014

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Efird Named to Public Intellectuals Program

Rob Efird, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, was selected for the National Committee on US-China Relations Public Intellectuals Program of American China scholars and specialists.
Sep 2, 2014

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Steven Pinker Presents on Writing in the 21st Century

Harvard Psychology Professor Steven Pinker will discuss his new book, The Sense of Style, on October 6. Pinker is one of the world's foremost writers on language, mind, and human nature.
Aug 14, 2014

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Frye Art Museum Exhibits Documentary Films Produced by Youth

East African teens, under the direction of Photography Professor Claire Garoutte, document the cultural heritage and community of the Yesler Terrace community in a film and photo exhibit.
Aug 12, 2014

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