We'll feature the good work going on around SU's campus -- by highlighting faculty, students, staff, student groups, service trips, and classes engaging environmental justice and sustainability. Check back to learn more about what your colleagues and friends are up to.
Resisting Structural Evil -- certainly a challenging book title and an important work, CEJS sat down with author Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda. Click here to watch our interview with her and learn more about her teaching and research.
This past summer Dr. Hillard of SU's English Department traveled
to South Africa to develop partnerships with wildlife conservation and human
rights groups. She is developing a new Study Abroad course in the country. CEJS
helped fund her research trip; read about her experience here, especially the
work of the Global White Lion Protection Trust.
Through SU's emphasis on education as a force for justice in the world, Dr. Louis has come to see his call as one that provides "humanitarian engineering." In December, 2013, Dr. Louie and a team of volunteers traveled to a rural Kenyan village.
In December of 2012, SU students and faculty travel to Nicaragua; in July two Nicaraguan students came to SU's campus. The group's goal is to design a coffee wastewater treatment system to decrease pollution on small-scale producers' farms.
In June, a Seattle University "Professionals without Borders" team traveled to Zambia to install an electrical generator on a waterwheel in the Zambezi River.