Rick Fehrenbacher talks about what’s already underway and up ahead for continuing, online and professional education at Seattle University

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As someone who attended Seattle University as a non-traditional student for both undergrad and grad school (I had a gap in my undergrad education due to a stint in the Army and during my masters attended part-time while working and raising a family), Rick's vision is compelling and I am excited that Seattle University is moving in this direction. The Ignatian educational philosophy is one of the reasons I chose to go to school and ultimately work at SU, and I agree that it is key to how SU can provide outstanding online and hybrid education while differentiating itself from other online/hybrid education providers. Supporting faculty is also key, and it's inspiring to watch COPE at work. John Buell, BA, M.Ed. Class of 1996 and 2007
(11/6/2013 3:49:00 PM, John Buell )