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Insightful and Interesting Research on Display

The Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal (SUURJ) showcases the research of undergraduate students through a peer-reviewed online publication.

May 31, 2023

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Projects of Impact

A virtual reality-designed classroom, medical zip-tie prototype and preserving the history and culture of Seattle’s Central District among the cool and unique projects on display at Projects Day.

June 1, 2023

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Celebrating Pride Month

‘The courageous voices of the Pride movement are powerful and they will not be silenced.’

June 1, 2023

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Solving Real-World Problems One Project at a Time

This year’s Projects Day will feature engineering, computer science and data science students collaborating on projects in partnership with some of the region's most impactful companies and organizations.

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Get Riding

In honor of Bike Everywhere Month—and Bike Everywhere Day—Seattle University’s Bicycle Club is a collective of riders from all skill levels, from the occasional bike-to-work rider to the hardcore cyclist. 

May 17, 2023

(From top right): Olivia Crawford, ‘20, Stephanie Verdoia, ‘15, and Katie Favilla, ‘10

On the Call

Three former Redhawk standouts take the mic broadcasting the games they once played.

May 3, 2023

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Leading for Community, Leading for Change

Provost Fellows, with focus on Goal 1 of SU’s Reignited Strategic Directions, aim to strengthen student engagement in service with neighborhood partners.

April 28, 2023

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Tackling the Youth Mental Health Crisis

Seattle University College of Education will use a $3.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to partner with Highline College and local high-needs school districts. 

April 20, 2023

Dr. Imani Perry, appearing virtually, was the keynote speaker at the Racial Equity Summit.

Freedom to Dream—For Hope, Empowerment, Social Change

Campus community, nearly 1,000-strong, comes together in discussion and reflection at SU’s Racial Equity Summit.

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Partners for the Planet

This Earth Month, the campus comes together to amplify, through events and initiatives, issues around climate change and environmental action and policies, while moving closer to its full divestment from fossil fuels. 

April 3, 2023

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Leading with Vision

University Advancement welcomes Norma Fuentes as its Assistant VP of Development. 

March 29, 2023

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Good Reads Blossom

SU faculty authors’ latest offerings touch on subjects from the criminal justice system and travel to programming and global politics.


Survey Says!

In just minutes, 2023 grads can help SU serve future classes with vital information about their plans post-graduation. 

Meet SU’s Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

Monica Ingram will look to advance university's enrollment goals when she joins the university on July 1. 

The Real Threats to Free Speech

In a piece in the Chronicle of Higher Education, President Peñalver argues that it is statehouses, not student activists, often posing the greatest harm to free speech, including on college campuses. 

Chemistry Professor Jenny Loertscher, PhD, is 2023-24 McGoldrick Fellow

The fellowship is the most prestigious honor conferred on a faculty member. 

Race to Zero Waste

SU’s leadership in waste-reduction efforts continues.

New Campus Ministry Director Named

Luke Lavin, PhD, who currently leads Gonzaga University’s campus ministry team, will join SU in July.

For a Good Cause

RedhawkTHON, an annual campus-wide fundraiser benefiting Seattle Children’s, has another stellar year of support.

Artificial Intelligence and Higher Ed

Exploring the benefits and potential disruptions of generative AI and its place in and out of the classroom. 

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