Carol Weaver of the College of Education is the recipient of the 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award.
Father Steve speaks about five inspirational SU students and shares some of his own story.
Through a number of recent initiatives, the Controller's Office is saving paper.
From the moment he stepped onto the balcony, Pope Francis has been breaking precedents.
Co-chairs of the Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign share some thoughts.
Growing one's own food is a way to reconnect with the earth and alter how we eat.
Seattle University Youth Initiative earns recognition at the national and local level.
Get to know the trio of cooks who whip up good eats at the Arrupe Jesuit Residence.
2013 President's Report illustrates what makes Seattle University unique.
SU students raise a record-breaking level of support for Children's Hospital.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to take the 2013 satisfaction survey.
STM's Search for Meaning Book Festival attracts international authors and strikes a chord with seekers.
2013 McGoldrick Fellow Jeanette Rodriguez combines excellent teaching and scholarship to inspire students.
School of Law's Margaret Fisher receives the Sandra Day O'Connor Award for advancing civics education.
The College of Education's Stephanie Guerra brings a literacy program to incarcerated teenage girls.
Art and social justice come together with new Digital Design degree.
President Sundborg brings the campus community up to speed on SU developments at latest forum.
With a new book, SU faculty contribute to an important conversation in higher education.
SU launches the Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability to respond to the most pressing challenge of our time.
Days before he retired, Associate Vice President for Finance Jim Adolphson mingled with Mike "The Mayor" Mullen.
For the writer, Middle College High School strikes a very personal chord.
The innovative Middle College High School opens at SU.
A staff person reflects on leading a more simple life through a lunchtime sustainability reading group.
Sr. Mary Ann Hinsdale will discuss the Second Vatican Council and what it means today.
A new $20 million federal grant supports Yesler Terrace, a key SUYI partner.
One-year master's is tailored to expand career options for recent graduates.
The campus community contributes invaluable input to strategic planning process.
SU reaches out to its immediate neighbors through new job pathway initiative.
The College of Nursing's Kathy Camacho Carr has been appointed to key national advisory council.
A Bon Appetit chef provides an overview of some of the not-so-standard fare awaiting you at C-Street.
A new scholarship is established for pastoral counseling students.