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Campus and city glisten with progress and possibility
July 30, 2021
As the nation approaches the 20-year remembrance of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the destruction of the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers, Seattle University philosophy Professor Paul Kidder, PhD, has written a new book on the Trade Center’s architect, Minoru Yamasaki.
July 28, 2021
If you needed a reason to visit Seattle or to explore the city you live in, “Seattle: Vision of the Future” – the city’s listing in the new guide – might spur you on.
July 27, 2021
Our new president, who began his tenure July 1, shares some thoughts as he settles into his role leading Seattle University into the future.
July 14, 2021
Seattle University computer science students Ana Carolina De Souza Mendes,’21, and Carrie Schaden,’21, won first place for their Nudge Bud app at the 2021 IASA Global (An Association for All IT Architects) Student IT Architecture Competition (SITAC).
July 6, 2021
Small businesses that want to measure their greenhouse gas emissions with an eye toward lowering them can access a free guide developed by a group of Seattle University MBA students and their advisors.
July 1, 2021
Sinegal Center for Science & Innovation, 211 new scholarships, 173 new endowments and 10,000 alumni meet engagement challenge, all made possible through the campaign.
June 29, 2021
A student project to use leftover cross laminated timber to build houses for the homeless earned one of eight $10,000 awards from the 2021 NCEES Engineering Awards in June.
June 24, 2021
Seattle U has joined colleges and universities across the nation which have signed up for the COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge sponsored by the White House and the U.S. Department of Education.
Another successful year of senior capstone projects and Projects Day is on the books, made even more notable for being completed almost entirely remotely due to COVID-19.
June 23, 2021
"A unique and challenging year for Seattle U Athletics was filled with success and momentum," says Director of Athletics Shaney Fink.
A virtual commencement ceremony and events organized by various departments across campus celebrated the accomplishments of this year’s graduating class.
June 17, 2021
Reflecting on highlights of Father Steve’s tenure at Seattle U
Junior Shefali Menezes is first recipient of new Peter L. and Patricia A. Lee Fellowship for Excellence in Student Research.
June 15, 2021
President Sundborg’s vision and deep commitment to the Seattle community shaped the launch of CCE.
June 11, 2021
Over the course of his 24 years as President of Seattle University, Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., has thoughtfully penned a vast assortment of writing.
June 1, 2021
The Career Engagement Office offers suggestions on how to navigate a job search in these uncertain times.
May 27, 2021
Father Steve steps out of the role of Seattle U’s president and into a new phase of his life this June.
May 18, 2021
This LIFT SU initiative will gather together the Seattle University community to reflect on and deepen our understanding of systemic racism and build a collective capacity toward becoming a more diverse, equitable and inclusive university.
May 14, 2021
Alumna combines faith with healing as a chaplain for first responders.
May 12, 2021
As the new Vice President for Enrollment Management, Melore Nielsen is leading efforts on a comprehensive enrollment plan that aligns with Seattle U's mission and strategic directions.
Each AI4ALL chapter – like the one at Seattle U – is centered around a two-week course that teaches how to use AI to solve problems.
May 7, 2021
Father Steve, Seattle U's longest-serving president, helped guide many of the university’s greatest transformations.
May 3, 2021
The Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation will feature works by renowned local and national artists.
April 29, 2021
This June, Seattle’s Classical KING FM and Dr. Quinton Morris, their inaugural Artist-Scholar in Residence, launch Unmute The Voices, a new audio and video project celebrating the music and performances of BIPOC composers and performers with dedicated space for BIPOC artistry.
April 19, 2021
The Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture (ICTC) at Seattle University recently announced its 2021-22 Faculty Fellows representing a variety of disciplines.
April 15, 2021
Kubota Legacy Garden returns to its new home near Sinegal CSI.
April 14, 2021
Guiding the vision behind ICTC through a global Catholic lens.
Showcasing women and girls of color who are ‘changing the cultural and political landscape’.
April 8, 2021
With leading industries in our backyard, Seattle U is a destination for professional aspirations.
Several Seattle University graduate programs in business and law are ranked in the Top 25 nationally in the U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate Schools 2022.”
March 31, 2021
What is a socially equitable city? Seattle U's Rashmi Chordiya, PhD, says, "Socially conscious cities and communities are adept and agile in progressing towards disrupting and dismantling oppressive systems while re-designing, rebuilding, and re-aligning systems to be firmly rooted in anti-racist, socially just, liberatory practices that lift-up and center the most vulnerable communities."
The New York Times
Seattle University was recognized at the 2021 National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) "Best Of" Awards, earning five awards including two gold, two silver and a bronze.
Senior instructor of Psychology Kira Mauseth, PhD, was among those interviewed for a Seattle Times story about how we might cope with societal reopening in light of lingering concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seattle is a top spot for mammal sightings, including opossums, tree squirrels and coyotes, according to a recent national study and research paper co-authored by a Seattle U biology professor.
Beginning this summer, three outstanding professors will join the faculty of the Seattle University School of Law, including president-elect Eduardo Peñalver, his spouse, Sital Kalantry, and Carwina Weng. Each bring deep expertise and an impressive record of scholarship.
In an essay for The Conversation, Seattle U Associate Professor of Nonprofit Leadership Elizabeth Dale, PhD, says philanthropist MacKenzie Scott is modeling five best practices for social change giving with her latest $2.7 billion in charitable giving.
A program to monitor native bees with the hope of creating a better pollinator environment on campus is underway with the help of students and championed by Grounds Manager Shannon Britton.
Professors Mathew Isaac in Albers, Brooke Coleman in Law and Serena Cosgrove in Arts and Sciences received this year’s Provost’s Award for Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Endeavors for Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty. The awards were presented by Provost Shane P. Martin on June 7.
Seattle U hosted its annual Athletics Awards Show, a virtual event, on June 3. In what was truly a unique year for Athletics, it was a celebration of its senior class along with an awards ceremony covering the past year of achievements.
Albers Executive Leadership grad Beverly Graham is helping fight hunger, one lunch at a time.
Recognizing the potential for students to explore entirely new ways of working in his Film Studies classes, Assistant Professor Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa, PhD, creates opportunities to develop interdisciplinary work between the arts and science.
In its 12 year history, Imagining the World highlighted the College of Arts and Sciences' participation in the global community. Through this photography contest, students, faculty, and staff captured more than a moment in their experiences – they shared a very personal window into the world they explore.
Now in its 34th year, Seattle U’s Projects Day will be unlike years past as the venerable day-long show-and-tell of senior capstone engineering projects will reflect a year-long design process done almost entirely virtually.
Seattle University is one of a number of colleges and universities in the state participating in this effort through graduate student financial assistance provided by the Ballmer Group gifts. The grants will support students in multiple accredited graduate programs in mental health counseling and social work.
The Seattle Times
When Seattle U’s new MBA in Sport and Entertainment Management program debuts this summer, second-year graduate students who take the Women in Sport Leadership course will be the first to experience a redesigned curriculum and format that takes advantage of a recent sport industry partnership.
Seattle University softball won its second straight Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament Championship with a 7-5 win over New Mexico State and will open the 2021 NCAA tournament with a game against Big Ten champion Michigan this Friday.
Seattle University has earned a STARS Gold rating for its commitment to sustainability. This marks the third time SU has received a Gold rating.
The Los Angeles Times
My Edmonds News
Seattle University women's soccer fell, 1-0, to Utah Valley in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament Championship.
Seattle University women's soccer advanced to its NCAA-leading eighth straight Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament Championship with a 3-2 win at Grand Canyon Thursday night.
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