SU in the News

06/07/2017 | MYNorthwest.com

The only real security we have is getting to know our neighbors

Commentary about Iftar dinner held at Seattle U on June 6.

05/31/2017 | South China Morning Post

Chinese student embarks on 52 nation road trip before college ... and Dad’s coming, too

Story about incoming freshman student Huang Haitao who is coming to Seattle U with her father by driving overland through Asia and Europe.

05/30/2017 | Fox Business via Wall Street Journal/Dow Jones Newswires

GOP bid to rewrite tax code falters

Story includes comments from Lily Kahng, Seattle U law professor.

05/26/2017 | The Seattle Times

Opinion: The Affordable Care Act helped save my bipolar daughter

Guest opinion column by Cinda Johnson, EDD, associate professor of special education.

05/26/2017 | GeekWire

University of Washington Business Plan Competition

The Seattle U team placed second for its Discovery Health entry, winning the $10,000 Fran’s Chocolates Second Place Prize for its medical risk management program for the maritime industry. 

05/25/2017 | Computerworld

Is a coding boot camp right for you?

Story about growing popularity of coding camps mentions and links to Seattle U's Computer Science and Software Engineering program.

05/24/2017 | KING TV

Pope and President talk peace during Vatican visit

Story features extended interviews with Mark Markuly, PhD, dean of the School of Theology and Ministry; and Fr. Peter Ely, a member of the university's Jesuit community and theology professor.

05/24/2017 | KING TV

Tennis player, nurse and teacher making a difference

Profile of Seattle U senior and tennis player Kailyn Skjonsby: Combining athletics, academics and service.

05/24/2017 | Q13 Fox

Jury of your peers? Not if you’re a minority in Washington, study shows

Story about lack of racial diversity on juries cites Seattle U Criminal Justics study. 

05/24/2017 | Bellevue Reporter

Eastside Legal Assistance Program looks toward medical-legal partnership

Story includes photo and comments by Annette Clark, dean of the College of Nursing.