News 2016

Olympian Jill Savery Focuses on Sustainability in Sport

Passionate about sport and the environment, Jill Savery, who received Olympic gold in synchronized swimming and a master's in environmental management, brings her expertise to teach in graduate programs in Sport Administration and Leadership. She has worked nationally and internationally to embed sustainability in all aspects of sports events, including with the America’s Cup, the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, and the organizers of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Oct 17, 2016

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Fr. Moleski Named LeRoux Chair

Martin Moleski, S.J., Professor of Religious Studies and Catholic Theology at Canisius College, joins the faculty as the William F. Le Roux, S.J. Endowed Chair for the winter quarter 2017.
Oct 14, 2016

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Visiting Artist Andrea Geyer to Give Public Lecture

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Andrea Geyer, whose work has been shown throughout the United States and Europe, begins a weeklong residency with a public lecture, 'Truly Spun Never: On expression, ethics, bodies and politics in 1930s 'German dance'" on October 24.
Oct 6, 2016

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Cerny Chosen as University Artist in Residence

Dawn Cerny, artist and educator, joins the Art and Art History Department as the Seattle University Visiting Artist in Residence. The six-month residency fosters a unique environment for artists and students to interact and engage in the artistic process.
Sep 29, 2016

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Ndiaye Publishes on Francophone Literature

Professor El Hadji Malick Ndiaye edited “The Body in Francophone Literature,” a collection of essays in response to the French colonial narrative that sought to justify the expansion of French territories.
Sep 26, 2016

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McCullough Publishes Introduction to Environmental Sport Management

Professor Brian McCullough published "Introduction to Environmental Sport Management," a textbook for upper level undergraduates and graduate students to explore how environmental sustainability and the sport industry intersect and interact with each other.
Sep 26, 2016

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Trail Publishes on Marketing Sustainability in Sport

Professor Galen Trail, director of graduate programs in sport leadership, published the textbook “Marketing Sustainability Through Sport,” which details how sport organizations can create sustainability marketing campaigns.
Sep 21, 2016

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Psych Grads Create New Model to Serve Teens and Their Parents

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Master’s in Psychology alumni Kristin Beck and Jennifer Reisberg, class of 2015, created a model of psychotherapy to specifically address issues facing teens and their parents. Beck works directly with parents, while Reisberg meets independently with teens.
Sep 15, 2016

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Howard-Brook Publishes New Book on Christianity

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Theology and Religious Studies Professor Wes Howard-Brook published “Empire Baptized: How the Church Embraced What Jesus Rejected," which focuses on how Christianity became a religion of empire during the 2nd to 5th centuries.
Sep 6, 2016

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Morris Receives 2016 Governor's Arts & Heritage Award

Governor Jay Inslee and the Washington State Arts Commission awarded the Young Arts Leader Award to Music Professor Quinton Morris, violinist, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the arts and cultural traditions of Washington state.
Sep 6, 2016

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