Noted scholar Sister Ilia Delio visits SU to deliver Catholic Heritage Lecture and meet with students.
New book edited by Patrick Kelly, S.J., is a critical examination of youth sports in the U.S.
Professor Dan Dombrowski addresses European Parliament on a volatile, vexing issue.
Longtime SU supporter and advocate Anne Farrell is this year's Ignatius Medal recipient.
Computer Science and Software Engineering Professor Adair Dingle has won an Alpha Sigma Nu Book Award.
Acclaimed author Ursula Le Guin will visit Seattle U on Oct. 28.
SGSU President Mallory Barnes-Ohlson is drawing on Jesuit principles to improve the student experience.
Albers professor Meena Rishi is the first South Asian woman to be nominated for a Gregory Award.
President Sundborg lays out the priorities for 2015-2016 and a vision for more distant future.
A new grant from the National Institutes of Health further establishes SU as a high-level research environment.
SU welcomes nearly 120 new faculty and staff for 2015-2016 academic year.
The mother of Trayvon Martin will speak at a free event for the SU community.
The new Eastside campus is better suited to the needs of Albers and SU.
Summer internships give young people a shot at honing skills and building resumes.
SU welcomes bold new sculpture into its growing collection of artistic treasures.
Seattle University again earns a top-10 ranking in U.S. News & World Report's college guide.
SU's athletics center is undergoing the most significant renovation in its history.
SU student Alaina Bever participates in a prestigious scholars program.
The Youth Initiative’s partnership with area middle school will deepen with support from new grant.
Fine Arts students create new homes for creatures in garden behind the Admin Building.
Father Sullivan's enduring love for SU was evident in his final commencement speech as president.
The inaugural recipients of the Provost Awards are announced.
Fitness Center staff and patrons responded quickly-and successfully-to a life-threatening emergency.
Father Steve reflects and looks forward in his spring message to SU community.
SU's commitment to student research was on full display Friday, May 8.
This year’s staff award recipients go above and beyond in living out the university’s mission.
President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., announced that Michael Silver will posthumously be awarded the James B. McGoldrick, S.J., Fellowship.
The Center for Service and Community Engagement will honor faculty, staff, students, partners and a project.