News 2018

Criminal Justice Department’s Crime and Justice Research Center Receives Major Grant

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Joyce Foundation's $300,000 grant funds project assisting police departments and their communities to engage in real conversations about police use of force
Dec 13, 2018

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New Books from Criminal Justice Faculty

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Topics include psychopathy, women in leadership and ethnography
Nov 28, 2018

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Mary-Antoinette Smith, PhD, installed as Reverend Louis Gaffney, S.J., Chair

Endowed chair made possible by the SU Jesuit community, promotes issues germane to the Jesuit mission and identity of the faith that does justice and supports the Jesuit ideal of teaching
Nov 22, 2018

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Patrick Schoettmer, PhD, on the air and in print for the election season

Political Science instructor in high demand for expert analysis during the mid-term elections
Nov 9, 2018

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Pathways to Professional Formation

Tonja Brown, Internship and Mentorship Coordinator in front of tree

Guiding our students on their journey to become graduates who are empowered to lead a meaningful life of purpose
Sep 20, 2018

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2018 Study of the U.S. Institute for Scholars on Contemporary American Literature

Ken Allan and Charles Tung, Associate Director and Director, respectively, of SUSI

SU welcomed 17 scholars and educators from 17 different countries for four weeks of academic residency in Seattle and two weeks of study tour to LA, Berkeley/SF, and DC
Sep 14, 2018

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Pull Request: Collaborative Code Art

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Vachon Gallery, September 18 through October 12; reception October 10
Sep 11, 2018

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Hedreen Gallery Announces Upcoming Exhibition: gravity jokes

Dewa Dorje, in Laugh Back (a benefit for NWDC Resistance)

In this experimental exhibition-as-conversation, six artists who create work somewhere on an (imagined?) continuum between traditional sculpture and stand-up comedy tell jokes about gravity and/or jokes with gravity.
Sep 5, 2018

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An Evening with John Kerry, Sept. 17, Campion Ballroom

Former Secretary of State John Kerry

Tickets on sale for conversation about his newest book, "Every Day is Extra"
Aug 22, 2018

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Dr. Leann Conley-Holcom named Director of Choral and Vocal Activities

Dr. Leann Conley-Holcom

Nationally and internationally renowned choral clinician and music educator join Performing Arts and Arts Leadership
Aug 7, 2018

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Seattle University's Central America Initiative

Seattle U alums, Anna Pickett and Andy Gorvetzian

Seattle U alums, Andy Gorvetzian and Anna Pickett, have worked extensively in Nicaragua
Jul 13, 2018

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2018 SUSI Scholars represent 18 countries

Two participants in SUSI 2018

Study of the U.S. Institute for Scholars on Contemporary American Literature
Jul 5, 2018

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Film Studies Students Earn Valuable Internships

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Film Studies program sponsors “Bigfoot Northwest Script Challenge”
Jun 19, 2018

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Spectator Staff and Dr. Sonora Jha Receive Awards

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Recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists Western Washington Chapter
Jun 15, 2018

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Ballerina Graduate

Pacific Northwest Ballet soloist Leta Biasucci in David Dawson’s Empire Noir. Photo: Angela Sterling.

Leta Biasucci Ends Six Years at SU
Jun 8, 2018

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Church and Sport

Father Kelly assists with Catholic Church's first document on sports
Jun 4, 2018

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International Studies alumni receive Fulbright awards

Emily Kawahigashi and Olivia Mejia, International Studies alumni

Emily Kawahigashi, ‘16, and Olivia Mejia, ‘17, begin fellowships in Fall 2018
May 24, 2018

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Fifteen Arts and Sciences Students Named Naef Scholars

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Scholarships made possible by endowment gift from estate of Sue M. Naef
May 18, 2018

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Seattle University Junior Kate Hannick Awarded Prestigious Truman Scholarship

Katie Hannick, economics and public affairs major, 2018 Truman Scholar

Economics and public affairs double major one of only 59 in the nation selected this year by the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
Apr 13, 2018

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SU students awarded the Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship

Anab Nur, student, Public Affairs, 2019

Anab Nur, junior Public Affairs major, one of two participating in intensive seven-week Junior Summer Institute
Apr 3, 2018

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SU students named Truman Scholar Finalists

Truman Scholar finalists Evelyn Chow, Connor Crinion, and Kate Hannick.

Harry S. Truman Scholarship is a highly competitive and prestigious national scholarship
Mar 2, 2018

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2018 LeRoux Lecture, Feb. 27, Popko Lounge, Lemieux Library

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Michael Barber, S.J., "Pragmatic Everyday Life: Impetus and Obstacle to Knowledge”
Feb 12, 2018

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2018 Albert Mann Lecture, Feb. 16

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Dr. John Cramsie, “Multicultural Britannia 1450-1700: History and Memory for a BREXIT Britain”
Feb 2, 2018

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Seattle University marks Darwin Day, February 12

Charles Darwin

Celebration commemorates his birth and examines anew (and with a critical eye) Darwin's contributions to variety of disciplines
Jan 30, 2018

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Global Communicator

Alum Drew Herdner

Alumnus Drew Herdener, '01, is making a difference at Amazon.
Jan 26, 2018

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Hedreen Gallery Announces New, Annual Exhibition Series

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FAVORITE’S FAVORITE’S FAVORITE, January 24-March 3, Opening Reception Thursday, January 25, 6-8 p.m.
Jan 9, 2018

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Recognition for Seattle U Performing Arts

OnStageBlog: #1 Undergraduate Theatre Program in Washington State; Dr. Quinton Morris among Musical America Worldwide 30 Movers and Shapers
Jan 8, 2018

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