SU in the News

Cogswell Conquers Rainy Chambers Bay to Win Puget Sound Amateur

Nathan Cogswell is a senior at Seattle University. This is his second consecutive Puget Sound Amateur title.

Amateur Golf

October 25, 2021

Gonzalez withdraws attack ad condemned as racist

Story includes interview with Kimberly Harden, PhD, instructor of Communication, who writes about the intersection of race, gender, and masculinity.

KIRO 7

October 25, 2021

Former Washington State coach Nick Rolovich has limited options after firing over vaccine mandate

Story includes comments by Chris Casillas, a labor law expert in the SU law school.

USA Today

October 20, 2021

Seattle survey wants to know: How do you feel about public safety?

Guest op-ed by Jacqueline B. Helfgott, PhD, professor and director of the Department of Criminal Justice Crime & Justice Research Center; and  William S. Parkin, PhD, associate professor of criminal justice.

Crosscut

October 19, 2021

Millennial Money: Experts expect 5 things this Black Friday

Story includes interview with Mathew Isaac, PhD, professor of marketing.

Associated Press and NerdWallet

October 19, 2021

Seattle U professor breaks down policy differences on homelessness in Seattle mayor race

Story is an interview with Zachary Wood, PhD, assistant professor in the Institute of Public Service.

KOMO News

October 18, 2021

Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich's status unclear ahead of Monday vaccine deadline

Story includes comments by Charlotte Garden, professor of law.

ESPN

October 16, 2021

Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich's status unclear ahead of Monday vaccine deadline

Story includes comments by Charlotte Garden, professor of law.

ABC News

October 16, 2021

A search for meaning in Minoru Yamasaki's life and architecture

Story and audio replay of KUOW's Speaker's Forum presentation by Paul Kidder, PhD, professor of philosophy and author of a new book about Minoru Yamasaki.

KUOW-FM

October 15, 2021

Some of Us Are in a Disaster Cascade

Story features an interview with Kira Mauseth, PhD, co-lead of the Washington State Department of Health’s Strike Team and a senior instructor of psychology at Seattle University. 

Seattle Met magazine

October 15, 2021

Where Does Amazon’s New Remote Work Policy Leave Seattle?

Story includes comments by Vladamir Dashkeev, PhD, assistant professor of economics.

Seattle Met magazine

October 14, 2021

Annual public safety survey for people who live and work in Seattle starts Oct. 15

Story features interview with Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, director of the SU Crime & Justice Research Center and professor of Criminal Justicep, who administers the survey.

Fox 13 Seattle

October 13, 2021

Perspective: All the lonely men

Op-ed column by SU Communication Professor and authior Sonora Jha, PhD.

Deseret News

October 12, 2021

As Big Tech Grows in the Pandemic, Seattle Grows With It

Seattle U is mentioned as one of the area universities that feed the pipeline of new graduates in programming, research and data analytics jobs.

The New York Times

October 12, 2021

Overtly religious advertising can harm a faith-based college's STEM reputation

Publication of a research paper co-authored by By Mathew S. Isaac, PhD, professor of marketing; Carl Obermiller, PhD, professor of markerting; and Rebecca Jen-Hui Wang, professor of Marketing, Lehigh University.

Higher Ed Dive

October 11, 2021

An update from Marco Lowe ahead of the upcoming local election

Story features an interview with Marco Lowe, PhD, instructor, Institute of Public Service.

KING 5 New Day Northwest

October 11, 2021

How the pandemic gave me courage to explore my feminine side

Story includes comments by Mark Cohan, PhD, chair and associate professor, Anthropology and Sociology.

KUOW-FM

October 7, 2021

Senate confirms 1st Native American US judge in Washington

Court appointee Lauren King taught federal Indian law at Seattle University School of Law.

Associated Press

October 6, 2021

Facebook whistleblower raises questions about safeguards, regulations for platforms

Story includes interview with Caitlin Carlson, PhD, associate professor of Communication and a subject matter expert in social media.

KOMO News

October 5, 2021

The Census Bureau’s first ever data on LGBTQ+ people indicates deep disparities

Story includes comments by Dean Spade, an associate professor at Seattle University School of Law.

PBS Newshour

October 1, 2021

Renee Rassilyer-Bomers: 'We have asked teams to run marathons with each surge but at the pace of a sprint'

Rassiler-Bomers is aan alumna of Seattle U.

Puget Sound Business Journal

September 30, 2021

Mariners youth mentorship program making an impact beyond baseball

Story includes video of interview with LaKesha Kimbrough, Washington Middle School site manager in the Seattle U Center for Community Engagement.

KING 5 News

September 30, 2021

Seattle and New York's skylines have this architect in common

Story features an interview with Paul Kidder, PhD, Seattle U professor of philosophy and author of Minoru Yamasaki and the Fragility of Architecture and Gadamer for Architects.

KING TV New Day Northwest

September 28, 2021

Gates Foundation poached Washington STEM CEO, then gave nonprofit $100K to find a replacement

Story mentions the recruitment by Amazon of the former Seattle U computer science chair and establishment of an endowed chair at the university.

GeekWire

September 27, 2021

Seattle University Inaugurates its 22nd President

News segment anchored by Mark Wright, who was the master of ceremonies for President Eduardo Peñalver's inauguration on Sept. 24. 

KING 5 News

September 24, 2021

Mindful Headlines: Why mentorship can change your life

Podcast features an interview with LaKesha Kimbrough, Washington Middle School site manager in the Center for Community Engagement.

KING 5 News

September 16, 2021

Crime and the unhoused critical issues for Seattle voters

Story includes comments from Marco Lowe, PhD, a political science instructor in the Institute of Public Service.

KOMO News

September 15, 2021

The Addictive Allure of Gacha Games Comes for Everyone Eventually

Story includes comments by Christopher Paul, PhD, professor of communication.

Vice

September 13, 2021

The Man Who Designed The World Trade Center’s Twin Towers

Guest op-ed by Paul Kidder, PhD, author of the book, Minoru Yamasaki and the Fragility of Architecture.

Post Alley

September 11, 2021

The World Trade Center’s architect saw them as a symbol of peace

Guest column penned by Seattle U Professor Paul Kidder, PhD, who authored a new book about the architect Minoru Yamasaki. 

The New York Daily News

September 9, 2021

Remembering the Seattle architect who built the World Trade Center

Story is about the book written by Seattle U professsor of philosophy Paul Kidder, PhD.

Crosscut

September 9, 2021

The Nation's Top Goal Scorer is Sydney Carr

TV sports segment is about women's soccer star Sydney Carr and her return to play following an injury. 

KING5 News

September 8, 2021

Seattle native Will Swenson, a Medal of Honor recipient, reflects on the war in Afghanistan now lost

Will Swenson is a 2001 alumnus of Seattle U, and his parents, Julia and Carl, were faculty here. Will was the 2014 Alumnus of the Year.

The Seattle Times

September 8, 2021

Arizona breaks new ground in nixing peremptory challenges

Story includes comments from Robert Chang, director of Seattle U School of Law’s Korematsu Center for Law and Equality.

Reuters

September 1, 2021

This Month in Seattle Tech: Rover and Leafly Get in on the SPACtion

Story includes comments by Ekaterina Emm, PhD, professor of finance.

Seattle Met

August 31, 2021

Arizona to end peremptory challenges to potential jurors

Story includes comments by Robert Chang, executive director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality and a professor of law.

Associated Press

August 29, 2021

How Washington’s new laws on police use of force have changed officers’ training, weapons

Story includes comments from Matthew Hickman, PhD, professor of Criminal Justice and chair of the Department of Criminal Justice, Criminology & Forensics.

The Seattle Times

August 28, 2021

Andrew G. Bjelland: How America lost its focus in Afghanistan

Dr. Bjedlland is a professor emeritus of philosophy.

The Salt Lake Tribune

August 27, 2021

Unions warn of ‘mass exodus’ over city of Seattle vaccine mandate

Story includes comments from Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, professor of Criminal Justice and director of the Crime & Justice Research Center.

Crosscut

August 26, 2021

3 Academic Writing Tips for International Students

Story includes comments by Alexandra Smith, PhD, assistant director of the Seattle U Writing Center and instructor of English.

US News & World Report

August 26, 2021

Billionaire Ron Perelman Stiffs Princeton—and Loses Right to Name Dorm

Story includes comments by Elizabeth Dale, PhD, assistant professor in the Nonprofit Leadership program.

The Daily Beast

August 25, 2021

Seattle, El Salvador rising star Alex Roldan seizes spotlight: "My wings spread a little bit"

Alex Rodan, '18, was a star soccer player for the Redhawks.

MLSSoccer.com

August 25, 2021

You may be COVID 'carded': How to store your vaccine card on any phone

Story describes how Seattle U is handling the uploading of vaccination cards by students.

CNET

August 19, 2021

Shape Our Water Speaker Series, Phillip Thompson, PhD, PE, Seattle University

Dr. Phillip Thompson of Seattle University's Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability presents eight years of performance data for the Bullitt Center’s drinking water and wastewater treatment systems and discusses system modifications, lessons learned and how we might address Seattle’s future water needs by scaling the Living Building approach to new construction projects and retrofits.

Seattle Public Utilities

August 19, 2021

New Seattle radio show sheds light on BIPOC artists in classical music

Story is about Quintin Morris, the host of "Unmute the Voices" — a monthly radio show on the classical station KING FM. Morris is an associate professor in the Performing Arts and Arts Leadership program.

KING 5 News

August 17, 2021

The Accountability Question: How Should Recent Philanthropic Windfalls Be Managed?

Story includes comments by Elizabeth Dale, PhD, an associate professor in the Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program.

Forbes

August 13, 2021

MacKenzie Scott’s Money Bombs Are Single Handedly Reshaping America

Story includes comments from Elizabeth Dale, PhD, associate professor of Nonprofit Leadership.

Bloomberg

August 12, 2021

Seattle University political science professor discusses Washington primary election

Story features an interview with Marco Lowe, instructor in the Master of Public Administration program.

KING TV New Day Northwest

August 10, 2021

2021 MLS All-Star Team Roster

Among the defenders chosen is Seattle Sounder Alex Roldan, '17.

MLS Soccer

August 4, 2021

Can A Court Victory Provide Refuge For Foster Youth?

Story includes comments by Anne Farina, PhD, assistant professor of social work.

Investigate West

August 4, 2021

As Amazon continues hiring, it should focus on developing local talent, panel says

Story mentions Amazon's gift to create an endowed chair of computer science. 

Puget Sound Business Journal

August 3, 2021

Angst grips America's most liberal city

Story includes comments by Marco Lowe, lecturer in politics.

The Hill

July 30, 2021

Study: The Most Socially Equitable Cities in the U.S.

The story includes extensive comments from Rashmi Chordiya, PhD, assistant professor in the Institute for Public Service. 

The Motley Fool

July 29, 2021

Understanding how urban development impacts wildlife

Story is about the Seattle Urban Carnivore Project that was launched by the Woodland Park Zoo and Seattle University in 2019.

KIRO7

July 28, 2021

‘You’re the Problem’: When They Spoke Up About Misconduct, They Were Offered Mental Health Services

Story includes comments by Kristi Lee, PhD, associate professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling. 

The New York Times

July 28, 2021

How to better minister to Latinx college students

Story includes comments from Jeanette Rodriguez, PhD, director of the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture and professor of theological studies at Seattle University.

National Catholic Reporter

July 27, 2021

From Minneapolis riots to Capitol attack, social media users broadcast their own crimes

Story includes remarks from Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, professor of Criminal Justice and director, Crime & Justice Research Center.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune

July 24, 2021

Bezos Caps Space Flight With ‘Hasty’ Charity Stunt

Story includes comments from Elizabeth Dale, PhD, associate professor of nonprofit leadership.

The Daily Beast

July 20, 2021

2021's Most & Least Stressed Cities in America

Story features a Q&A interview with Deirdre Bowen, associate professor of law. 

WalletHub

July 12, 2021

Much as in his career, Alex Roldan keeps pressing to score Sounders’ goal in 1-1 road tie

Rodan, '17, was a star soccer player at Seattle U and signed with the Sounders in 2018.

The Seattle Times

July 4, 2021

How to deal with mask dilemmas, social anxiety as Washington reopens from COVID-19 hibernation

Story includes interview with Kira Mauseth, PhD, senior instructor of Psychology.

The Seattle Times

July 1, 2021

Jesuit schools must be environmental justice leaders, dean says

The story notes that "In the U.S., Jesuit schools like Loyola Chicago, Santa Clara and Seattle University are in the vanguard of environmental action among Catholic institutions."

National Catholic Reporter

June 30, 2021

Gates Divorce Speeds Divergence of Separate Investing Goals

Story includes comments from Elizabeth Dale, Phd, associate professor in Nonprofit Leadership.

Bloomberg

June 28, 2021

Coronavirus and 4th of July: 36% of Americans Will Spend More Money This Year

Story includes a "Meet the Experts" Q&A with Mathew Isaac, PhD, professor of Marketing.

WalletHub

June 28, 2021

‘A perfect storm’ of mixed emotions as state nears reopening

Story features interview with Kira Mauseth, PhD, senior instructor of Psychology.

The Herald

June 25, 2021

Supreme Court Rules Against Union Organizers’ Access to California Farms

Story includes comments by Eduardo Peñalver, incoming president of Seattle U and a property law scholar.

The Wall Street Journal

June 23, 2021

Violent Encounters With Police Send Thousands of People to the ER Every Year

Story quotes Matthew Hickman, PhD, professor and chair of Criminal Justice.

NBC News in partnership with The Marshal Project

June 23, 2021

Ask the Experts: Car Insurance

The story features a Q&A with Vladamir Dashkeev, PhD, assistant professor of economics.

WalletHub

June 16, 2021

5 ways MacKenzie Scott’s $8.5 billion commitment to social and economic justice is a model for other donors

Story is by Elizabeth Dale, PhD, associate professor of Nonprofit Leadership.

The Conversation

June 16, 2021

Between a pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests, 2020 changed the life trajectories of many college students

Story includes incoming graduate student James Innocent, who chose to enroll in the Master of Arts in Psychology. He said the competitive program combines philosophical thought “to help us really challenge our perspectives on the world, so we can improve ourselves, so we can help improve other people.” 

The Seattle Times

June 12, 2021

Being Social Generates Larger Genomes in Snapping Shrimp

Kristin Hultgren, PhD, assistant professor of Biology, is a co-author of this research study. Snapping shrimp have long been a research topic of hers.

Columbia News

June 7, 2021

‘Quite the conundrum’ as Washington businesses struggle to find workers

Story includes comments from Vladamir Dashkeev, PhD, assistant professor of Economics.

KIRO MyNorthwest

June 7, 2021

During labor shortage, many businesses now offer hiring incentives, bonuses and pay raises

Story features interview with Meenakshi Rishi, PhD, professor of economics.

KOMO News

May 20, 2021

The pros and cons of returning to 'normal'

Audio story includes interview with Kira Mauseth, PhD, senior instructor of psychology.

KUOW-FM

May 20, 2021

There's a database whose mission is to stop problematic police officers from hopping between departments. But many agencies don't know it exists

Story includes comments by Matthew Hickman, PhD, chair of the Criminal Justice program.

CNN

May 16, 2021

Lessons from America’s Chinatowns

Story features the work of and an interview with Professor Emerita Marie Rose Wong, PhD, formerly with Seattle U's Institute of Public Service, Asian Studies, and Public Affairs.

Planning

May 13, 2021

Interview with Dr. Maylon Hanold

Maylon Hanold, PhD, is director of the Master in Sport Business Leadership Program.

Sportsdegressonline.com

May 10, 2021

Gates Divorce Roils World’s Biggest Family Philanthropy Engine

Story includes comments by Elizabeth Dale, PhD, associate professor of nonprofit leadership.

Bloomberg

May 7, 2021

Grace Luderer, the tall redhead in the pitcher’s circle, makes grandfather proud

The star high school pitcher chose Seattle U to continue her education and athletic career. 

The Los Angeles Times

May 6, 2021

How College Became a Ruthless Competition Divorced From Learning

The story, which is critical of popular college rankings systems, asks, "How could these measurements, or any measurements at all, rank schools whose missions embrace disparate visions of education along a single dimension?" The author notes the disparate missions of Seattle U and Harvard.

The Atlantic

May 6, 2021

Cascadia Art Museum hires new executive director

The new director, Melissa Chittenden, is a 2002 graduate of Seattle U's Master of Nonprofit Leadership program.

My Edmonds News

May 6, 2021

How to Raise a Feminist Son

The publication interviewed Sonora Jha, PhD, about her new book How to Raise a Feminist Son. Dr. Jha is professor in the Department of Communication.

Psychology Today

May 4, 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates file for divorce

Story includes comments by Elizabeth Dale, PhD, associate professor in the Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program at Seattle University.

KIRO7

May 3, 2021

As India suffers, diaspora looks for ways to help from the NW

Story includes comments by Meenakshi Rishi, PhD, professor of economics. 

KUOW-FM

April 27, 2021

State Sen. Joe Nguyen announces run for King County executive

Senator Nguyen is a 2006 graduate of Seattle University and is the 2020 Alumnus of the Year.

KOMO News

April 27, 2021

Connor O'Brien carries on the family legacy on the Seattle University baseball team

During the 1950s, Seattle U alums Johnny and Eddie O’Brien became the first twins in Major League Baseball history to play for the same team in the same game.

KING 5

April 23, 2021

The insurance industry is extremely competitive so even small gains in consumer brand awareness can have substantial effects on firm profitability

Alber's Mathew S. Isaac, PhD was featured in WalletHub's piece for his expertise in consumer behavior.

WalletHub

April 20, 2021

Intelligent.com Announces Best Online Masters in Education Administration Degree Programs for 2021

Seattle U Masters in Education Administration Named One Of The Top Programs.

PR Web

April 19, 2021

Should Washington’s public statues reflect who we are now?

Professor emeritus at Seattle University, Russell Lidman, co-authored an Op-Ed.

The Olympian

April 19, 2021

Are democracy vouchers enough to keep Seattle elections local?

The 2019 election cycle was a warning sign about big spending. Small donor matching programs could bolster our democracy.

Crosscut

April 19, 2021

We need to be creative and tenacious in helping homeless into housing

Alumnus Op-Ed penned by Derrick Belgarde,'13,'15. Belgarde is a Siletz and Chippewa/Cree and the deputy director of the Chief Seattle Club.

The Seattle Times

April 19, 2021

Ghost kitchens accepted into college

Chartwells, one of the largest operators of college campus dining halls, is rolling out ghost kitchens in its network. Among the schools where the pilot has been tested are Seattle University, University of Utah, University of Texas at Dallas and San Jose State University.

Modern Shipper

April 16, 2021

Former NFL Star Jordan Babineaux's New Book Becomes An #1 International Bestseller

Jordan Babineaux, an NFL star, sports broadcaster, entrepreneur and soon to be Seattle U MBA grad is now making his mark as an author.

South Carolina Magazine

April 9, 2021

Announcing the 2021 Stevens Initiative Grantees

The Stevens Initiative is supporting 19 virtual exchange programs that will prepare young people to be leaders in our interconnected world.

Stevens Initiative

April 9, 2021

Memoir Offers Advice On 'How To Raise A Feminist Son'

Book author is Sonora Jha, PhD, professor of communication.

NPR

April 6, 2021

Seattle author, professor Sonora Jha explains ‘How to Raise a Feminist Son’

Dr. Jha is a professor in the Department of Communication and Associate Dean for Academic Community, College of Arts and Sciences.

The Seattle Times

March 31, 2021

25 Under 25: Women of Color to Watch

Alumna Haleema Bharoocha, '18, is among young women and girls of color who are changing the cultural and political landscape.

Ms. Magazine

March 30, 2021

The Time Dad Locked Down Elgin Baylor

The New York Times

March 23, 2021

What are the signs of economic recovery? Seattle expert weighs in on Phase 3

Story features an interview with Vladamir Dashkeev, PhD, assistant professor of economics. 

KING 5 News

March 22, 2021

In Seattle as everywhere, hope is ahead — but we haven’t hit the ‘post’ in post-traumatic stress from COVID-19

Story includes comments from Kira Mauseth, PhD, psychology senior instructor at Seattle University and co-lead of the state’s Strike Team.

The Seattle Times

March 20, 2021

Seattle law professor: Asian-American history often viewed as ‘side subject’

Interview is with Robert Chang, director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality at Seattle University.

MyNorthwest.com

March 19, 2021

Racist, colonialist and misogynist narrative abets violence against Asian women

Guest op-ed authored by Hye-Kyung Kang, PhD, chair of the Department of Social Work. 

The Seattle Times

March 18, 2021

Seattle experts: Anti-Asian hate crimes in focus after high-profile incidents

Chair of the Department of Social Work Hye-Kyung Kang, PhD, was interviewed for this story.

KING5 News

March 17, 2021

Maple Valley food bank reopens doors one year after shutdown began

Lindsey Habenicht, executive director of the food bank, is a 2016 graduate of Seattle U in the Humanities for Leadership program and Strategic Communications.

KING 5 News

March 11, 2021

KIRO 7 investigates vaccine vacations

Story includes interview with Jeffrey Smith, PhD, professor of Management and the Boeing Frank Shrontz Chair of Professional Ethics.

KIRO 7

March 3, 2021

Analysis: Here are three key storylines to watch as the Sounders begin training camp

From the story: "There are plenty of on-field questions but Cristian Roldan said one aspect will remain — the Sounders cultivating a positive work environment. Part of that can be attributed to six players either being from Western Washington or alumni of the University of Washington or Seattle University."

The Seattle Times

March 1, 2021

A Decades-Long Quest Reveals New Details of Antimatter

Story includes comments from Mary Alberg, PhD, professor of Physics.

Wired

February 28, 2021

Father-daughters team launches Chances to attract Gen Z to new type of ‘social relationships app’

The app was co-created by Vanessa Lipschutz, '19.

GeekWire

February 26, 2021

Washington needs more bicultural, bilingual doctors. This Puyallup doc set a high bar

Editorial focused on Dr. Ovidio Penalver, father of  Seattle U president-elect Eduardo Penalver.

The News Tribune

February 25, 2021

Profile of Seattle U women's basketball player McKenzi Williams

Williams, '22, is a nominee for the 86th annual Seattle Sports Star of the Year Awards.

KING TV

February 24, 2021

Seattle mentoring program turning troubled boys into successful men

Mentor Mark Phillips is a junior at Seattle U.

Q13 Fox

February 23, 2021

3 Seattle Schools Give COVID Collab a College Try

American Theatre

February 22, 2021

Looking to get around court rulings on homelessness, Washington cities may offer shelter, then crack down

Story includes comments from Sara Rankin, associate professor of law and director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

The Seattle Times

February 20, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, mental health practitioners urge people to "practice the pause"

Kira Mauseth, PhD, senior instructor in psychology, was hired by the Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health to develop a community-based resilience campaign.

Yakima Herald

February 19, 2021

Over three million Washingtonians experiencing depression, anxiety during pandemic

Story includes comments by Kira Mauseth, PhD, senior instructor in Psychology.

KOMO News

February 18, 2021

Dr. Gayle Robinson Receives Community Health Excellence Award

Dr. Robinson is an assistant professor in the College of Nursing.

The Seattle Medium

February 17, 2021

47 Million Americans Expect to Miss a Credit Card Due Date in 2021

Story includes Q&A with Nick Huntington-Klein, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics.

WalletHub

February 17, 2021

COVID crisis: After losing jobs and homes, more people are living in cars and RVs and it's getting worse

Story includes comments from Sara Rankin, associate professor of law and director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project at Seattle University.

USA Today

February 12, 2021

MacKenzie Scott’s Remarkable Giveaway Is Transforming the Bezos Fortune

Story includes comments from Elizabeth Dale, PhD, assistant professor of Nonprofit Leadership.

Bloomberg

February 11, 2021

2021 Super Bowl Ads: Hits and Misses

Segment features interview with Seattle U marketing professor Mathew Isaac, PhD.

KING TV New Day Northwest

February 11, 2021

New York City Looks To Wring More Money Out Of Residents By Grabbing Property And Handing Out Tickets

Story includes details of a study on forfeiture by Brian Kelly, PhD, associate professor of economics.

Forbes

February 11, 2021

What the $25 billion the biggest US donors gave in 2020 says about high-dollar charity today

Story includes interview with Elizabeth Dale, PhD, assistant professor in Nonprofit Leadership.

The Conversation

February 9, 2021

How to make effective feedback your superpower

Story features an interview with Therese Houston, PhD, faculty development consultant in the Center for Faculty Development.

KING TV New Day Northwest

February 5, 2021

Editorial: Maintain investment in higher ed and its students

Editorial mentions two Seattle U students who rely on scholarships, grants and other financial aid.

The Herald (Everett, WA)

February 5, 2021

4 Trends Behind Seattle's Booming Startup Scene

Story includes mention of mailing service start up The Postman, which is working Seattle U students to develop an app to help it scale.

Inc.

February 4, 2021

Classical KING FM takes steps to address issues of equity and inclusion

Story includes mention that Quentin Morris, associate professor of music, was hired as an artist scholar in residence to create 10 to 12 programs featuring composers of color.

The Seattle Times

February 3, 2021

It’s a long way from Montgomery to Seattle University, but St. Francis libero Katlyn Sipes to take being a ‘spitfire competitor’ to West Coast

Story is about Katlyn Sipes, a high school senior from Montgomery, IL, who has signed with Seattle U to continue her volleyball career.

Chicago Tribune

February 2, 2021

Far-right extremist violence and American presidents: The pattern isn't what you'd think

Guest column co-authored by William Parkin, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Seattle University and co-investigator for the U.S. Extremist Crime Database.

Salon

January 30, 2021

Biden’s Catholic roots may help him unify the nation

Guest op-ed by Mark Markuly, PhD, former dean of the School of Theology and Ministry and a professor of religion and education.

The Seattle Times

January 30, 2021

Trailblazers: Noelle And Vanessa Lipschutz, Co-Founders Of Chances

Vanessa Lipschutz is a 2019 alumna of the Albers School of Business and Economics.

Forbes

January 27, 2021

'A return to normalcy': Former press secretaries weigh in on Psaki

Among those former presidential press secretaries is Scott McClellan, vice president of university affairs. 

CNN Reliable Sources

January 24, 2021

As Washington state aims to vaccinate millions against COVID-19, thousands sign up to help

Story includes information about the Swedish Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at Seattle University.

The Seattle Times

January 23, 2021

Gov. Inslee, business leaders applaud Biden decision to step up COVID-19 response

Story includes comments by Greg Magnan, PhD, professor of marketing.

KOMO News

January 22, 2021

Mass vaccination sites set up around Seattle: Goal is 45,000 shots per day in state

Story focuses on the vaccine clinic operated by Swedish at Seattle University.

KUOW-FM

January 22, 2021

Ask the Experts: Car Insurance

Story includes Q&A with Nick Huntington-Klein, PhD, assistant professor of economics.

WalletHub

January 22, 2021

Concern for US homeless population as street counts cancelled amid pandemic

Story includes comments from Sara Rankin, director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project in the Seattle U School of Law.

The Guardian (UK)

January 21, 2021

Residents demand answers from Seattle City Hall about ongoing violent protests

Story includes comments from Patrict Schoettmer, PhD, instructor in political science.

KOMO News

January 21, 2021

'He’s like Tony Stark and she’s like my mom’: How workplace praise diverges between men and women

Article is by Therese Huston, PhD, faculty development consultant in the Center for Faculty Development.

Fast Company

January 21, 2021

Inslee's plan: 45,000 people vaccinated daily but vaccine providers face challenges

Story includes comments by Greg Magnan, PhD, professor of markerting.

KOMO News

January 19, 2021

Brother and sister from King County cancel inauguration plans to DC

Story includes comments by Patrick Schoettmer, PhD, instructor in political science.

Q13 Fox Seattle

January 19, 2021

Podcast | Tracking the wildlife in Washington cities and suburbs

Podcast is about the Seattle Urban Carnivore Project by Seattle U and Woodland Park Zoo.

Crosscut

January 19, 2021

Career Clinic: How to give constructive feedback

Story features advice from Therese Huston, faculty development consultant in the Seattle U Center for Faculty Development.

Harper's Bazaar

January 18, 2021

Biden's Recovery Plan to offer aid to Americans, unemployed workers, and small businesses

Story includes interview with Vlad Dashkeev, PhD, assistant professor of economics.

KOMO News

January 15, 2021

All-female team delivers COVID-19 vaccines by snowmobile in harshest of conditions in rural Alaska

Seattle U graduate James Austin V, RN, was among the team.

Good Morning America

January 14, 2021

What does President Trump's impeachment mean this time? A Seattle political scientist explains

Story features interview with Patrick Schoettmer, PhD, instructor in political science.

KING 5

January 14, 2021

Congressional Gold Medal recipient dies at 96

Story is about Clayton Pitre, '68, who was named the 2015 Community Service Alumni Award winner. 

The Seattle Times

January 13, 2021

Parler CEO complains about backlash from tech world

Story includes comments from two Seattle University professors.

KOMO News

January 12, 2021

President Trump blocked from Facebook and Instagram

Story includes interview with Caitlin Carlson, PhD, associate professor of communication.

Q13 Fox

January 7, 2021

Seattle builds momentum after nearly-full non-conference slate

The Redhawks are one of several teams that have largely avoided cancellations. Will that bode well with league play arriving?

SB Nation

January 7, 2021

Seattle author says ‘mutual aid’ will be crucial in 2021 and beyond

Story about book - Mutual Aid: Building Solidarity During This Crisis (and the Next). -  written by Seattle U law professor Dean Spade.

Crosscut

January 7, 2021

Google Union’s Future Likely Hinges on Tech Giant’s Response

Story features comments by Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg Law

January 6, 2021

Why you should care about the Senate runoffs in Georgia - New Day NW

Story features interview with Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

KING TV New Day Northwest

January 5, 2021

Lakewood family among the first to receive $600 stimulus payments

Story includes comments from Seattle U political science professor Patrick Schoettmer.

Q13 News

December 31, 2020

Darlene Peters memorialized on national TV newscast

Ms. Peters was an alumna of Seattle U.

La Connor Weekly News

December 30, 2020

Giving Billions Fast, MacKenzie Scott Upends Philanthropy

Story closes with comments from Elizabeth Dale, PhD, assistant professor in the Nonprofit Leadership Program.

The New York Times

December 20, 2020

Retired UW computer science professor embroiled in Twitter spat over AI ethics and ‘cancel culture’

The story includes comments from Nathan Colaner, PhD, managing director of the Initiative in Ethics and Transformative Technologies at Seattle U. Colaner is also program director of Business Analytics and a s enior instructor of Management in the Albers School of Business and Economics.

GeekWire

December 16, 2020

Dean Spade on the Promise of Mutual Aid

Dean Spade is an associate professor of law at Seattle U. 

The Nation

December 16, 2020

Juneau, Best, Durkan and the limits of representation

Guest op-ed by Sonora Jha, PhD, professor in the Department of Communications.

Crosscut

December 16, 2020

How Solar Power and City Ecosystems Can More Effectively Co-Exist

Story features an interview with John H. Armstrong, PhD, assistant professor of environmental studies.

Solar Magazine

December 7, 2020

'Fauci effect' a likely cause of applicant uptick at Washington medical schools

Story includes mentions of increase applications to Seattle U's nursing and social work programs.

KING 5 News

December 6, 2020

Randy Engstrom, head of Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture, to depart

Engstrom will teach in the Seattle U arts-leadership program.

The Seattle Times

December 4, 2020

County officials discuss future of Renton hotel being used as temporary homeless shelter

Story includes interview with Sara Rankin, director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project in the Seattle U School of Law.

KOMO News

December 3, 2020

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