More than ever before our world requires courageous, skilled leaders who reflect the diversity of our society and are able to spearhead systemic change and inspire future generations. At Seattle University College of Education, we offer a range of graduate educational opportunities inspired by the Jesuit intellectual tradition, engaged in the local and global community, and responsive to the needs of our students.
Education Deans for Justice and Equity call to resist Washington's dangerous vision for U.S. education. Our Children Deserve Better details the values that underlie our vision for education in a democratic society: protecting and nurturing our children, empowering educators, and investing in public schools.
Sep 7, 2017
Prepared for Seattle University's 125th-year anniversary, this timeline explores the college's journey through the decades. It features interviews with faculty and alumni and contains a wealth of facts and photos. Click to explore!
May 5, 2017
The online giving campaign was a first for the university. The two-day event took place March 7-8 for just 1,891 minutes -- representing the year the university was founded. Twenty-five donors helped the College of Education raise over $1,500. These funds will directly support college scholarships, student services and programs. Thank you to all who supported us!
Mar 8, 2017
Thai-Huy Nguyen was recently honored with a prestigious Emerging Scholar award by the magazine Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Thai is featured in the February issue as one of 12 scholars under the age of 40 who have demonstrated impact in their field and serve as an inspiration to students and colleagues. Criteria for selection include research, educational background, publishing and teaching record, as well as the competitiveness and uniqueness of the field of study.
Jan 26, 2017
Seven COE faculty are featured in Seattle Met magazine this month as part of the Faces of Seattle campaign. Featured faculty include Tyson Marsh, Colette Taylor, Mark Roddy, Erica Yamamura, Manivong Ratts, Stacey Robbins and Mary Graham.
Jan 19, 2017