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.
SU recognizes outstanding men and women at the Athletics Awards Show.
Two of our colleagues will be honored in a special way at the June 1 Faculty and Staff Appreciation Event.
David Green has co-authored a book that tests preconceptions about students.
SU's Project Center celebrates a quarter century of excellence with a stunning set of projects.
Susan Vosper talks about the state of Alumni Relations at Seattle University.
Longtime criminal justice professor is retiring after 40 years of teaching at SU.
SU celebrates partnership with neighborhood and honors leaders in community engagement.
The president updated faculty and staff on the latest campus happenings at his May 3 Noon Forum.
SU earns a high score in Princeton Review's latest green guide.
This year's Mission Day invites us to move from passive tolerance to active engagement.