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Seattle U Gives 2022

Seattle U Gives: Your chance to make a difference. February 24, midnight to midnight

One person can make a world of difference in just 24 hours. During Seattle U Gives, every gift made and every story shared makes an immediate, tangible impact in our students’ lives.
Feb 24, 2022

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Honoring Black History Month in 2022

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In honor of Black History Month, Professor Nastasha Martin, JD, vice president for Diversity and Inclusion, recently addressed the university with a letter stating, “Seattle University affirms our Black faculty, staff and students whose contributions and presence enrich and make more vibrant Seattle University’s intellectual community.”
Feb 10, 2022

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Why your local library might be hiring a social worker

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Yanna McGraw works at the Central Library in downtown Indianapolis. A big part of her job is building relationships with visitors and helping answer their questions. But the information she provides is rarely about books.
Jan 3, 2022

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De-Stress with Dogs!

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Join the Health and Wellness Center as they host their annual de-stress with dogs event for Seattle U students!
Nov 22, 2021

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Dr. Williamson presents at CSWE

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Our own Dr. Estella Williamson will be presenting at the CSWE APM this weekend! Dr. Williamson's presentation is titled: Techniques for Developing Skills in Field Education through Anti-racism and Anti-oppression Lenses.
Nov 5, 2021

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