Designed to help students explore and prepare for their careers.
Wednesday, April 15 at 8:00 AM
Thursday, April 16 at 4:00 PM
Friday, April 17 at 5:00 PM
Wednesday, April 22 at 5:00 PM
Friday, May 1 at 12:00 PM
Monday, May 4 at 6:00 PM
Thursday, May 7 at 5:00 PM
Friday, May 8 at 11:00 AM
Wednesday, June 3 at 12:00 PM
New date TBA, originally scheduled April 8, 4 p.m.
Alumni and Advancement Building (ADAL)
The Interreligious Dialogue Initiative welcomes Barbara James, a great-grandmother from the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. She is a most respected elder in both longhouse and church life ways among the Coast Salish. Fr. Pat Twohy, SJ, Director of the Rocky Mountain Mission NW and Chaplain to urban Native Americans of the Seattle Archdiocese, will introduce Ms. James. Please RSVP by email; space is limited. More information here.
New date, Spring 2021, TBA; originally scheduled April 23, 7 p.m.
A New Vision of the Mission of the Church: Pope Francis’ Agenda for Social Justice in Evangelii Gaudium with Dr. M. Shawn Copeland. The agenda for the Church’s mission as set forth by Pope Francis in Evangelii Gaudium calls for critical attention to and action for ‘social justice.’ The lecture explores what this might mean for us in regional church of the United States. Sponsored by Seattle University's Theology and Religious Studies Department and the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture. More information here.
New date TBA - originally scheduled April 23, 7:30 p.m.
Chapel of St. Ignatius
This Seattle University Choirs performance is both contemplative - performed without applause - and interactive: the audience will sing several Taizé chants along with the choir between major sections. Meet Me Here examines historical and contemporary innocents who have died, through the lens of the Passion of Christ. Learn more here.
Originally scheduled for April 23, 7:30 p.m.
Repetoire planned for this concert will be presented in our next season.
Update will be posted once a new date is set
Le Roux Room – Student Center 160
““Heavenly Learning”: Jesuit Science in Imperial China” by Florence C. Hsia, PhD, Professor of History of Science, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
New date TBD, originally scheduled May 4, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
The Program in Arts Leadership presents Emergent Strategy by adrienne maree brown, in partnership with the Nonprofit Leadership Program. Including the voices of local leaders, this workshop will help participants reflect upon the principles from brown and seek applications within their own lives, communities, and organizations. Read more and RSVP here.
New dates to come: this will be livestreamed as a reading
No one has seen the moon for months. All the food has turned to salt. God is frail and dying and the angels have gone to war. This is the landscape in which we encounter Marisol, a young professional living in the Bronx, who is just trying to survive. How will she survive a disintegrating world that has been thrown off its physical, ethical and spiritual moorings? Initially written in 1992, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic fantasia, -- part absurdist, part magical realism -- remains fiercely relevant as an exploration of homelessness and mental illness in a society facing ecological peril and deep civil discord.
May 22, 9 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Viritual continuing education event, featuring Sister Helen Prejean, author of “Dead Man Walking;” Kirk Bloodsworth, Death Row Exoneree and Executive Director, Witness to Innocence; Dan Satterberg, King County Prosecuting Attorney. Additional Speakers from the Washington Innocence Project, Seattle University Department of Criminal Justice and School of Law, and University of Washington Law, Societies & Justice. Register online here.