Vaccination Requirements and
Safe Start Health Check.
It may be the dog days of summer but there is much happening on and around campus. We welcome our new president, Eduardo Peñalver, undergraduates are conducting important research in the labs, the finishing touches are being put on the new Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation—opening in September—and preparations are underway as students are set to return to campus (and in-person instruction) in the fall. Oh, and we marked the successful conclusion of our largest comprehensive campaign, The Campaign for the Uncommon Good.
Here’s a slice of what’s happening at Seattle U and some postcard-worthy views of the city we call home.
Photography by Yosef Chaim Kalinko*(*unless otherwise noted)
Undergraduate student Shefali Menezes, ’22, is spending the summer conducting research as the first recipient of the Peter L. and Patricia A. Lee Fellowship for Excellence in Student Research.
Theatre Arts major Genique Clark, ’24, studies for a test in the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons.
The university recently concluded its largest comprehensive campaign ever, The Campaign for the Uncommon Good, which raised $302 million for the construction of the Sinegal Center and funding of scholarships and mission-focused programs.
The Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation, the new hub of STEM education at Seattle U, opens this fall.
Photo by (c) Kevin Scott
While a destination anytime of the year, Seattle—and that iconic skyline—really shines in the summer.
Seattle U’s campus has many green spaces and tranquil areas for study, reflection or just to hang out with friends. The Quad is one of those spots.
Evans Brackenbrough, a Residential Advisor, finds a quiet moment in Vi Hilbert Hall.
Four senior electrical engineering students showcase their work as a team to design a solar-powered energy project for a community garden greenhouse at Yesler Terrace. The team worked with the Black Farmers Collective, which operates a two-acre urban farm at Yesler Terrace.
Photo by Abel Fong
College of Nursing student Adeline Ong takes a moment between studies to relax.
Its central location, in one of the top cities in the world for industries—from tech to health care, aerospace to the arts—means Seattle University offers majors in programs that link graduates to major organizations. Take the Master in Sports Leadership program, which prepares students for a variety careers within the sports industry.
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