Student Government President Eric Sype's leadership skills surfaced at an early age.
Rector Tom Lucas, S.J., invites students into a deeper educational experience.
The White House has included SU on a short list for a prestigious award.
President Sundborg rings in the new academic year by inviting faculty and staff into greater, more inclusive dialogue.
College of Nursing faculty and students launch a new initiative to help homeless people regain their health.
A law school clinic helps secure reparations for a man in Mexico who was unjustly imprisoned.
SU is part of a consortium that is promoting more reflection in science and engineering education.
Driven by data, the university's new brand concept comes to life.
Two members of the university's Brand Leadership Group share their thoughts on how SU's brand initiative is going so far.
The School of Theology and Ministry hosts a gathering of international scholars even as it mourns a close friend.
The new director of Campus Ministry is finding SU a familiar yet distinctive place.
SU teams with a national organization on a day of service at Bailey Gatzert.
SU is responding to one of the fastest growing job sectors by launching an online web development certificate program.
A key milestone is marked in the life of the Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability as it hosts its inaugural conference.
SU's second Rhodes Scholar talks about his time at the university and life since graduating.
A retiring Albers professor looks back on an illustrious career that spanned 47 years.
Seattle University is listed among the guide's top 300 colleges and universities.
The 10 most read stories of the year featured Jesuits, academics, presidents, bibliophiles, gardeners and, yes, even zombies!
SU wins two engineering awards and continues an impressive run.
Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign co-chair invites colleagues to contribute to SU and its students.
Father Sundborg reflects on the soon-to-be-concluded academic year, and more…much more.
SU will host the National Association for Women in Catholic Higher Education's biennial conference.
SU faculty member Tracey Pepper offers course on witch hunts.
The College of Nursing receives scholarship funding to support second-career nurses from underrepresented groups.
The Celebration of Research showcased the scholarly pursuits of SU students.
The Center for Service and Community Engagement celebrates 10 years and honors key supporters.
Controller's Office staff members Mark Schoen and Jonathan Seeber will receive this year's staff awards.
Projects Day features a record-setting number of emerging real-life solutions.
As Quadstock marks 25 years, its founders reflect on the beginnings of this popular SU tradition.
With a record-setting grant from the NSF, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is working to meet an industry need.
Mark Burnett is leaving SU this month after three and a half decades of service to the university.
SU student Maia Schumacher receives a national award for overcoming obstacles.