Construction began this month on the Douglas Building at 12th and Cherry.
Matteo Ricci College is embarking on a very special year of milestones, beginning next week. The celebration begins May 11, the 400th anniversary of the death of Matteo Ricci, and continues next October with "Matteo Ricci Week."
Seattle University’s hosting of the 2008 Opus Prize was a magical moment that had an indelible impact on many faculty and staff. For Jennifer Marrone, assistant professor of management in the Albers School, the experience was particularly moving.
Fernando Cardenal, S.J., was faced with an agonizing choice. For years he had been a champion for the downtrodden and oppressed in his native country Nicaragua. It was this commitment to the poor, particularly its children, which led him into politics.
A study published by three SU faculty has won the prestigious 2010 McGraw-Hill and Magna Publications Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award.
Some members of the SU community are celebrating Earth Day in the most literal of senses: by digging their hands into the soil and harnessing the planet’s life-giving powers.
Two leaders in expanding access to higher education will be celebrated at this SU’s commencement ceremonies on June 13.
The last time we all met like this, we were figuratively transported to a variety of far-flung parts of the globe. This time around, we will be closer to home.
At the President’s Forum on April 15, Stephen Sundborg, S.J., provided about as much information as is humanly possible in one hour on the current state of the university.
SU President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., gave a homily at Holy Thursday Mass.
Jeanette Rodríguez will receive the Distinguished Teaching Award at the 25th Anniversary Alumni Awards Celebration on April 15. The professor and chair of theology and religious studies will be honored alongside four other awardees, including Alumnus of the Year General Peter Chiarelli,’72.
Jeremiah Grams was a pretty typical student who was progressing through his college years in pretty typical fashion. It was spring quarter of 2003 and he was finishing his sophomore year as a humanities major in Matteo Ricci College and preparing to study in Italy over the summer. “I was all signed up and ready to study Renaissance philosophy, drink wine and eat good food,” he says.
Last week, 181 days before the renovated Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons is scheduled to be completed, a dozen library staff got a glimpse of what their future workspace will look like.
Rather quietly and without much fanfare, a group of Fine Arts students raised $1,400 for the Haitian relief effort last month.
Rob Deltete, professor of philosophy, offers a thoughtful review of Robert Wright's book, The Evolution of God.
Seattle University has appointed a new associate provost for global engagement who will lead the implementation of our strategic academic initiative to extend the international reach of the university and advance the global education of our students.
Shannon Britton took the reins as SU’s grounds manager last spring, bringing with her decades of experience in gardening, landscaping and management. A few months into her SU experience, Britton talked about why she came here, what she’d like to accomplish and what she does in her spare time.
For Executive Leadership Program student Ed Hiar the exploitation of senior citizens unfortunately hits close to home. When his in-laws recently downsized their home, they were misled about the amount they could afford and were eventually taken for $10,000 in earnest money. The experience awakened Hiar to the all too common deception and unethical behavior targeted towards the elderly.
The 2010 BusinessWeek undergraduate program ranking lists the Albers School of Business and Economics as number 46 in the nation. It’s the highest undergraduate ranking the school has ever had.
Oscar Night is about marketing Hollywood. It’s a seamless blending of several hundred Hollywood-inspired commercials with other film clips, celebrity bits, and Vegas-style performances—basically three hours of product placement.
“WRITER 1272” opens this week as the debut production of greenSquat, a new, eco-friendly way of doing theater.
On Feb. 22, The New York Times reported that the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is allowing “highly motivated students” to graduate in three years. Sound familiar?
Campus Ministry invites you to deepen your Lenten experience by fasting, abstaining from eating meat on Fridays and taking steps to nourish your prayer life such as attending weekday Mass and more faithfully going to Sunday Mass.
Seattle University has received a $68,000 grant from the Better Way Foundation to launch a community-based research project with Neighborhood House Head Start. A team of six SU faculty are now working with Neighborhood House staff to identify research questions that address both the assets and needs of early childhood development programs at the childhood center, which is located at Yesler Terrace.
At 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23, the men’s baseball team will do something that hasn’t been done for three decades. They will take the field as the home team for a Division I game. Not since 1986 when the university last fielded an NAIA team has intercollegiate baseball at any level been played at SU.