News 2015

Richard Rego, S.J., Named LeRoux Chair for Winter Quarter

Professor Richard Rego, S.J., brings his expertise in Indian cinema and media to campus as the winter quarter LeRoux Chair.
Nov 12, 2015

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Mouton Exhibits at Gallery4Culture

Art Professor Alexander Mouton's solo exhibit at Gallery4Culture presents select images from his ongoing documentary project in Eastern Europe.
Nov 3, 2015

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Allan Discusses Rauschenberg at SAM

Art History Professor Ken Allan joins Seattle Art Museum Curator Catharina Manchanda in a discussion of Robert Rauschenberg on November 18.
Nov 2, 2015

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Dombrowski Addresses European Parliament

Philosophy Professor Dan Dombrowski testified before the European Union Parliament on the rise of anti-human rights extreme religious lobby groups in European institutions.
Oct 29, 2015

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4Culture Grant Funds Restoration Plan of Landmark Building

Institute of Public Service Professor Marie Wong is part of a historic restoration team developing a plan for Seattle's West Kong Yick landmark.
Oct 26, 2015

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Rice Publishes Envisioning Criminology

Professor Stephen Rice co-edited "Envisioning Criminology," which focuses on the behind-the-scenes elements of research in criminology and criminal justice.
Oct 26, 2015

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Seattle U Criminal Justice Department Launches City-Wide Public Safety Survey

Seattle U Criminal Justice Department, under contract with the Seattle Police Department, launches City-Wide Public Safety Survey. Jacqueline Helfgott is the department chair.
Oct 21, 2015

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O'Brien to Direct Wismer Office

Sociology Professor Jodi O'Brien has been named the inaugural director of the university's Wismer Office for Faculty Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Excellence.
Oct 12, 2015

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Beard to Direct New Graduate Nonprofit Fundraising Program

Professor Angela C. Beard has been named to oversee the new graduate Certificate in Fundraising Leadership, the first of its kind in Washington. The certificate is designed to meet the critical need for effective fundraisers in the nonprofit sector.
Oct 8, 2015

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Brondarbit Presents on Bastard Feudalism

Medieval Studies brings Professor Alexander Brondarbit to campus on Nov. 17 to present on "Bastard Feudalism," a fundamental source of power in late medieval England.
Oct 7, 2015

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