Law graduate Janis Puracal is instrumental in freeing her wrongfully convicted brother.
The 2012-2013 Catholic Heritage Lecture Series welcomes leading expert on Vatican II.
SU takes an important step forward in engaging the world by launching its first "convergence site."
Seattle U staff help Children's Theatre shine a spotlight on family homelessness.
Professor Emerita of Nursing Mary Bartholet reflects on her long--and enduring--relationship with SU.
Former dean made an incredible impact on the College of Education.
SU is number the one private institution in the nation for increasing graduation rates for Hispanic students.
Seattle University is moving forward to define its key priorities, aspirations for the coming years.
Matteo Ricci graduate Kimberly Whalen unexpectedly discovered a new passion while studying abroad.
Danuta Wojnar of the College of Nursing has been chosen for a highly competitive national nurse fellowship.
At 35 years, SU's diagnostic ultrasound program continues to evolve and flourish.
Faculty and staff are invited to join a reading group on sustainability-related topics.
Father Sundborg plots an ambitious course for his fourth term as president.
Interim Dean Bob Hughes steps into a familiar role and sees a moment of opportunity for the College of Education.
In record numbers, faculty and staff participated in SU Service Day.
Rhoady Lee was critical to building the Seattle University we know and love today.
With Logan's transformation nearly complete, the SU community will soon enjoy a world-class field.
Tanya Hayes receives a National Science Foundation Research Grant to study forestry conservation.
The Albers School's Graduate Leadership Formation Specialization is enriching leadership skills.
A home game against Huskies is one of many compelling matchups on the docket.
Seasoned communications strategist Scott McClellan is eager to embrace his new role at SU.
Staff member reflects on her experience as a reading group leader.
The Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons has been recognized as a trendsetter.
SU's graduates celebrated in style, and there's a slideshow to prove it.
SU students embrace President Obama's call to integrate faith, service.
Professors shift the public conversation from causing death to dying well (enough).
Father Steve share his outlook on a variety of topics in the second part of our annual Q&A with the President.
A few of our colleagues in Student Development have recently published their research.