As a student-centered university, our faculty nurture creativity, critical thinking and intellectual curiosity in each and every student, encouraging them to shine. These are the stories of our exceptional faculty-scholars who are empowering the next generation of leaders.
School of Law
Brooke Coleman is the Associate Dean of Research & Faculty Development and Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law.
Whether working globally or locally, Jennifer Fricas says population health nurses must empower the people and communities with whom they are working.
Marketing professor analyzes this year’s Super Bowl commercials.
Dr. Gayle Robinson Receives Community Health Excellence Award from NW Asian Weekly Foundation.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor Henry Louie engages students in projects that literally light the world.
Advancing opportunities in higher ed.
College of Education
Seattle U Collaborates with Universidad Rafael Landivar, Guatemala on a project to help victims of gender-based violence heal and thrive.
“One of the reasons I have stayed at Seattle U all four years is the professors. And this quarter has really highlighted that for me. ... They care about you, both as a student and as a person. It is something I will hold onto and I will keep the connections I have made with my professors as I move onto post-grad life."
In addition to faculty, many other campus groups and services—from the Lemieux Library to the Outreach Center—are at the heart of SU’s personalized learning experience, fostering a culture of care and excellence.