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.
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Local high school students came to Seattle
University Wednesday, February 11 for the third annual “Impact! Safe Schools,” a
student leadership conference in which law enforcement officials help students
with strategies they can use to create safer school communities.
This year’s program focused on race equity issues
as well as recognizing cues for threats of violence, especially in social
media. SU Associate Professor of School Psychology Sam Song, who facilitates
the conference, said the topic was selected after the shooting of five
Marysville-Pilchuck students last October. Past conferences have focused on
hazing and bullying.
Listen to KUOW's piece on the event through our Facebook page or on KUOW.org.
Read the full article here.
The Seattle Journal for Social Justice (SJSJ) in conjunction with Seattle University College of Nursing, Seattle University Counseling Program, and the Seattle University Gender and Women Studies Program invites you to attend “A Faceless Movement: Searching for a System that Promotes Empowerment Among All Survivors of Gender Violence” on February 20, 2015. The symposium will take place at the Seattle University School of Law Annex from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Learn more and RSVP here.
This 24-credit academy offers teachers the opportunity to prepare for the state mandated endorsement exams in ELL and Literacy with a curriculum that is immediately applicable to the classroom. The academy is offered two nights a week at a location in the Kent School District. Apply by Friday, February, 20. Out-of-district applications are welcome!
Find out more information and apply here.
Beginning in winter quarter 2015, the ELL Endorsement Academy will be offered online, offering Seattle University credits without the commute. This unique program helps Washington state certified teachers regardless of where they live prepare for the required WEST-E exam. The yearlong program of 8 courses will meet in virtual, synchronous sessions twice a week in the evenings, with additional asynchronous work required throughout the week. Applications for the online ELL Endorsement Academy are due by Friday, February 6.
Tuesday, February 10, 20155:30 - 8:30 PMCampion Ballroom, Seattle University
third documentary to look at education in America, filmmaker Davis Guggenheim
asks the question: what does it take to be a teacher? Offering a glimpse inside
four pubic school classrooms, Guggenheim invites us to follow the struggles and
triumphs of America’s education system through the eyes, minds and hearts of its
most essential resource: teachers.
and friends of the College of Education for a lively discussion moderated by
Walsh McIntyre, ’99 Ed.D., educational consultant and broadcast journalist, and
panelists Dr. Stephan Blanford, Seattle School Board Director; Bill Dunbar, ’95
MIT, Shorewood High School Principal; Dr. Ann Foster, Co-Executive Director of
National Network for Educational Renewal; and Cassandra Rodriguez Perez, ’13 MIT, algebra teacher
at TAF Academy.
Read more and RSVP here.
In Michael Silver's memory, his family and the
SU College of Education have established the Michael Silver Scholarship in
Educational Administration to honor and continue his work.
Donations to the scholarship may be made online
at this link: www.seattleu.edu/giving (in the “designation” box mark “other” and in the “comments”
box write “Michael Silver Scholarship in Educational Administration.) If you
prefer to make a gift by mail, please send your gift to: SU College of
Education, Michael Silver Scholarship Fund, Attention Peggy Fine, Director of
Development, 500 Loyola Hall, P.O. Box 222000, Seattle WA 98122-1090.
Read the Summer 2014 edition of Banner Magazine.