Alumni Seminars Fall 2017

Fall Series, October - December 2017


What is the future of a new world order and what might be America’s role in the tensions between nationalism and globalization?

As the country moves into the end of the first year of new policies in trade, foreign relations, security measures, economic policies, ecological and global justice, we are seeing signs of change in every sector of the world.
Join us as we read and discuss these changes and their import for the future of America and the world. 




Faculty presenters may include (Top Row L to R): Connie Anthony (Political Science, Europe), David Reid (Economics, China), Madhu Rao (Albers, India and SE Asia),
(Bottom Row L to R) Fred Dekay (Economics, Europe, Unions), Mark McLeod (History, Latin America), Rob Andolina (Political Science).

Tuesday evenings, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. October 10, 24; November 7, 21; December 5

COST:  $150 for the five sessions



Registration Information: Alumni Seminars are open to Seattle university alums and other college graduates in the Seattle area who seek a lively learning experience, stimulating discussion, and the companionship of other active minds.

The cost of the five-session seminar, which includes all material, parking, and refreshment, is $150.  Participants may request more information by email here. Register by clicking on the button above that will take you to our secure online event registration website.

The Alumni Seminars Series take place each quarter and are open to Seattle University alumni and other college graduates in the Seattle area who seek a high-quality learning experience, stimulating discussions of life’s deeper questions, and the companionship of other active minds.

The Alumni Seminars are organized by the College of Arts and Sciences of Seattle University under the guidance of Professor David Leigh, S.J.

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Christian Unity and World Peace: Ecumenism and Dialogue among World Religions after 500 Years?

Coming Spring 2018
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Debate the issues.
Discover meaning.
Discuss new ideas.