SU in the News

Oregon Shakespeare Festival proves power of diversifying the stage

Story includes mention of the play "As You Like It" directed by Seattle U theater professor Rosa Joshi.

The Seattle Globalist

August 21, 2019

Grads From This College in Washington State Earn More Than Their Peers

Seattle U graduates with a bachelors degree earned the most at mid career on average than grads from other Washington universities.

Seattle Business Magazine

August 20, 2019

Homelessness is on the Rise, Despite Efforts at Intervention

Story includes interview with Sara Rankin of the Seattle U School of Law.

The Takeaway, WNYC/NPR

August 19, 2019

Seattle Central and Seattle Schools launch effort to boost diversity of educators

Graduates of the Academy for Rising Educators program will have the option to directly transfer into teaching programs at Seattle University and City University.

Seattle Globalist

August 15, 2019

Lefeber Breaks Glass Ceiling As First Female CEO In Port Of Everett’s 100 Year History

Story is about Seattle U alumna Lisa Lefeber.

MyEverettNews.com

August 15, 2019

Gender X may soon grace Washington state licenses. But why is gender tracked at all?

Story features interview with Dean Spade, associate law professor at Seattle University.

KUOW-FM

August 14, 2019

Who Broke Baltimore? We Did.

Story was written by Emily Lieb, PhD, Seattle U assistant professor of history.

The Nation

August 8, 2019

Seattle University women leaders build a culture to support diverse students

Puget Sound Business Journal (subscriber content)

August 6, 2019

America’s Homeless Crisis Is Inspiring New Acts Of Cruelty

Story includes comments by Seattle U law school professor Sara Rankin. 

HuffPost

August 2, 2019

Crosscut's newsroom votes unanimously to form a union

Story includes interview with Seattle U law school professor Charlotte Garden.

Crosscut

July 31, 2019

Taking a look at Mueller, the Democratic presidential debates, and local races to keep an eye on

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

KING TV New Day Northwest

July 29, 2019

‘Crowdworking’ provides the humans who train artificial intelligence

Story includes comments by Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

The Seattle Times

July 26, 2019

Homelessness top of mind for Seattle voters as ballots start dropping

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Sara Rankin.

KUOW-FM

July 24, 2019

Female Donors Give More To Women’s, Girls’ Causes

Story is about a study led by Seattle U Assistant Professor Elizabeth J. Dale, PhD.

The Nonprofit Times

July 23, 2019

Businesses buy in to access Seattle University engineering talent

Puget Sound Business Journal (subscriber content)

July 19, 2019

Restoring life: One Ugandan nun makes lasting connections in Clark County

Story mentions that Seattle U students designed building under construction in Uganda to house a new medical center.

Clark County Today

July 18, 2019

Former Stevens Clerks Tell Us Their Strongest Memories of 'One of a Kind' Mentor

Story includes reminiscences by Seattle U law professor Andrew Siegel who clerked for Justice Stevens in 2000.

Law.com (The National Law Journal)

July 17, 2019

The Homelessness Crisis is Getting So Bad That Cities Are Now Building Their Own Camps

Story includes comment by Sara Rankin, associate professor and director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project at the Seattle University School of Law.

Vice News

July 16, 2019

Short’s Brewing beer is inspired by Pink Floyd legend, shrimp with killer sound

Seattle U biology professor Kristin Hultgren was a co-discoverer of Synalpheus Pinkfloydi, the shrimp the beer is named for.

MLive

July 16, 2019

Starbucks dropping newspapers from its stores

Story includes interview with Seattle U communications professor Caitlin Carlson.

KIRO 7

July 12, 2019

'Why should I have to work on stilts?': the women fighting sexist dress codes

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Janet Ainsworth.

The Guardian

July 11, 2019

New President Kim Moore Launches Her Year

Story includes excerpts from a speech given by President Stephen V. Sundborg, SJ, on the topic of civility, civic engagement and civil discourse. 

Seattle 4 Rotary Club

July 10, 2019

How to Talk to Kids About Race

Story features interview with Seattle U Communications Professor Kimberly Harden.

ParentMap

July 9, 2019

Trans Women of Color Are the Past and Future of LGBTQ Liberation

Story includes information attributed to Seatte U Assistant Professor Joseph DeFilippis.

The Nation

June 27, 2019

What Pete Buttigieg Has and Hasn’t Done About Homelessness in South Bend

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Sara Rankin.

The New Yorker

June 24, 2019

Is a stepfather still a father? Court says yes, handing Seattle woman a win

Story includes comments from Seattle U School of Law Prof. Deidre Bowen.

The Seattle Times

June 15, 2019

5 housing market predictions from Seattle's top economists

Story includes interviews with Seattle U Albers School of Business and Economics faculty Brian Kelly, PhD, and Vladimir Dashkeev, PhD.

KING TV

June 14, 2019

Opinion: When We Kill/ Everything you think you know about the death penalty is wrong.

Column by Nicolas Kristof includes mention of, and quote from, research conducted by Seattle U Criminal Justice Prof. Peter Collins and colleagues about the cost of death penalty cases.

The New York Times

June 14, 2019

7 Seattle Hotels Sued for Alleged Violations of Americans with Disabilities Act

Story includes comments from Seattle U School of Law Prof. Brooke Coleman.

KIRO 7

June 13, 2019

This engineer and humanitarian aims to end "energy poverty"

Sponsored content story about Seattle U Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Henry Louie, PhD, and his work with students to create electricity microgrids for energy impoverished areas in Africa.

CBS News Interactive

June 12, 2019

Study: Civil asset forfeiture doesn’t discourage drug use or help police solve crimes

Story cites new study by Seattle U Associate Professor of Economic Brian Kelly.

The Washington Post

June 11, 2019

Amazon Led a Tax Rebellion. A Year Later, Seattle Is Gridlocked

Story includes comments from Seattle U law school Prof. Sara Rankin.

Bloomberg

June 9, 2019

UW is one of 50 schools nationwide that piloted the College Board’s new ‘adversity index’

Story includes comments by Seattle U Admissions Dean. 

The Seattle Times

June 2, 2019

MacKenzie Bezos’ $17 billion pledge tops a growing list of women giving big

Essay authored by Elizabeth Dale, PhD, assistant professor in the Seattle U Non Profit Leadership program.

The Conversation

May 31, 2019

Why America Can’t Solve Homelessness

Story includes comments from Seattle U law school Prof. Sara Rankin.

The Huffington Post

May 19, 2019

Jay Inslee announces $9 trillion comprehensive climate change plan

Story includes interview with Seattle U political scienced Prof. Marco Lowe.

KIRO 7

May 16, 2019

Where abortion could immediately be illegal if Roe v. Wade were overturned

Story includes interview with School of Law Prof. Deirdre Bowen.

Q13 Fox

May 16, 2019

Cultural approaches to activity the key to tackling obesity for women

Story is about research co-conducted by Sarah Shultz, PhD, chair of the Department of Kinesiology.

Voxy (New Zealand)

May 16, 2019

Health companies announce $15m for Seattle housing projects

Story includes comments by Seattle U School of Law Prof. Sara Rankin.

AP via KOMO News

May 15, 2019

AI researchers say San Francisco’s facial recognition ban just scratches the surface

Story covers panel discussion at Seattle U as part of Albers Ethics Week.

GeekWire

May 15, 2019

Justice Kavanaugh's Apple decision has 'shaken up' antitrust law

Story includes comments by Seattle U law professor John Kirkwood.

Yahoo Finance

May 13, 2019

Great Books programs do what education is supposed to do

Story includes interview with Seattle U Assoc. Prof. Sean McDowell, director of the Honors Program.

The Herald (Everett)

May 10, 2019

Uber’s Arbitration Addiction Could Be Death by 60,000 Cuts

Story includes comments by Seattle U law school Prof. Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

May 8, 2019

Walmart’s push for advanced technology has workers asking how they’ll coexist with robots

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

The Seattle Times

May 6, 2019

Doug Baldwin should look to make bigger plays

Coverage of the Crosscut Festival hosted by Seattle U.

Crosscut

May 5, 2019

Boeing prepares for lawsuits

Story includes interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Janet Ainsworth. 

KUOW-FM

May 1, 2019

Get an update on the 2020 election with Marco Lowe

KING TV New Day Northwest

May 1, 2019

Living on Campus: A Guide to College Housing

Story includes comments by Alvin Sturdivant, Vice President for Student Development and president of the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International.

US News & World Report

May 1, 2019

Magnet vs. Charter Schools: Differences Explained

Story includes comments by Christine Campbell, a Seattle U admissions counselor.

US News & World Report

April 30, 2019

State universities may consider race and gender in admissions, hiring

Story includes comments from Dierdre Bowen, Seattle U law professor.

The Seattle Times

April 30, 2019

Experts: Education, training key to ending police shootings

Story references 2015 book “From Warriors to Guardians: Recommitting American Police Culture to Democratic Ideals” by Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Stephen K. Rice and former King County, Washington Sheriff Sue Rahr.

New Haven Register

April 29, 2019

Washington poet laureate to use $100,000 award to bring poetry to Columbia River

Poet laureate Claudia Castro Luna teaches at Seattle University.

The Columbian

April 24, 2019

'Pray For Me': Nicaraguan Priest Threatened With Death Reaches Out To Niece In U.S.

Story includes interviews with former Seattle U student Raquel Idiáquez, who is Fr. Chepe's niece; and Serena Cosgrove, assistant professor and faculty coordinator of Seattle University's Central America Initiative.

NPR

April 24, 2019

Sport Ecology Group preparing to ‘spearhead’ sustainability movement

Story is about new research consortium co-directed by Seattle U Prof. Brian McCullough.

The Sustainability Report

April 23, 2019

Want less traffic and pollution in the U-District? UW workers say free transit will help

Story mentions transit subsidy provided by Seattle University.

Crosscut

April 23, 2019

Western Washington reacts to devastating Notre Dame fire

Story includes interview with Mark Markuly, dean of the School of Theology and Ministry.

Q13 Fox

April 16, 2019

Fire at Notre Dame, a Catholic icon, was made even more heartbreaking by the timing

Story includes comments from Fr. Tom Lucas, a Seattle U Jesuit and art historian. 

The Washington Post

April 15, 2019

Inslee begins campaign push with town hall

Story includes comments by Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

KIRO 7

April 10, 2019

AI: market trader and market cop

Story is about a new report by Seattle U professor Bonnie Buchanan detailing how artificial intelligence is transforming the financial services industry.

EE Times

April 2, 2019

How Nintendo Uses Luck To Make Games Fun For Everyone

Story includes mention and information from the book The Toxic Meritocracy of Video Games by Seattle U professor Christopher Paul.

Gamespot

March 29, 2019

Seattle Labor Unions Then and Now

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Seattle Met magazine

March 26, 2019

Legal pot: Why minorities say they’re being left out of the money

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Steven Bender.

The Christian Science Monitor

March 20, 2019

6 reasons why KOMO's take on homelessness is the wrong one

Guest opinion column by Catherine Hinrichsen, director, Seattle U Project on Family Homelessness.

Crosscut

March 20, 2019

Facebook Removes 1.5 Million Videos of New Zealand Mosque Shooting

Story includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helgfott.

Inside Edition

March 18, 2019

Why a Big Tech Breakup Looks Better to Washington

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Julie Shapiro.

The New York Times

March 17, 2019

Should local businesses worry about economic impact from Boeing's grounding?

Story includes interview with Joe Phillips, dean of the Albers School of Business and Economics.

KOMO News

March 14, 2019

Uber to Pay $20 Million to Settle Driver Classification Suit

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

March 12, 2019

Breaking up Amazon: Is it even possible? Imagining the tech giant under a U.S. antitrust crackdown

Story includes comments by Seattle U law professor Jack Kirkwood.

GeekWire

March 12, 2019

Seattle sports community celebrated by high school hall of fame inductees

Story includes former SU golfer Ruth Jessen, who lettered on the men's golf team.

Q13 ox

March 7, 2019

Who’ll serve as AI’s watchdog? Experts trade suggestions at AI2 policy workshop

Story includes comments from Seattle U adjunct professor of business and law Tracy Kosa.

GeekWire

March 7, 2019

Seattle man and his son plan 1,954-mile trek along border to change how we talk about migration

The son referenced in the story is a 2017 graduate of Seattle U.

The Seattle Times

March 4, 2019

What has Jay Inslee done on climate change as governor?

Story includes interview with Seattle U poltical science professor Marco Lowe.

CBS News

March 1, 2019

Note to Amazon: Microsoft president says companies do have a responsibility to their cities

Coverage of event held at Seattle U. 

KUOW-FM

March 1, 2019

Microsoft president says WA state privacy bill could impact facial recognition technology globally

Coverage of an event that took place at Seattle U.

GeekWire

March 1, 2019

What happens to Washington state if Inslee runs for president?

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

Q13 Fox

February 28, 2019

Washington Gov. Inslee likely to announce presidential run soon

Story includes comments by Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

KING TV

February 27, 2019

Is it time for Eastern and Western Washington to split?

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

KING TV New Day Northwest

February 26, 2019

Authors, mothers and teachers: Meet the speakers for Ignite Education Lab 2019

Panelists include Kimberly Harden, PhD, professor in the Department of Communication at Seattle University.

The Seattle Times

February 22, 2019

Google Will Stop Making Employees Waive Class Action Rights

Story includes comments from Seatttle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

February 21, 2019

In Seattle, 1 in 5 people booked into jail are homeless

Story includes interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Sara Rankin.

Crosscut

February 19, 2019

Sympathy for the devils

Story includes interview with Seattle U Criminal Justice Prof. Jacqueline Helfgott.

Le Devoir (Canada)

February 16, 2019

How To Go Beyond Engagement To Entanglement

Story mentions marketing study conducted by Seattle U faculty.

Forbes

February 8, 2019

Gov. Northam blackface case distracts from broader problems of racism

Story includes interview with Angelique M. Davis, associate professor of political science and director of global African studies.

NBC News

February 5, 2019

Tết in Seattle promotes health with expanded health fair

Northwest Asian Weekly

January 31, 2019

Seattle City Attorney asks for freedom for man convicted 72 times

Story includes interview with Seattle U Criminal Justice Prof. Jacqueline Helfgott.

KOMO News

January 31, 2019

Grants Roundup: Microsoft Corporation

News brief about Microsoft's $3 million gift to Seattle U.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

January 30, 2019

Get the facts on the government shutdown

Story features interview with Seattle U Prof. Marco Lowe.

KING TV New Day Northwest

January 22, 2019

America’s Teachers Are Furious

Story includes comments by Seattle U School of Law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

The Atlantic

January 22, 2019

Not just pot cases – Seattle tries to lift 'colossal' burdens of low-level convictions

Story includes comments from Seattle U Criminal Justice Prof. Jacqueline Helfgott.

KUOW-FM

January 17, 2019

Could WA politicians force Trump’s hand on tax returns?

Story includes interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Andrew Siegel.

Crosscut

January 16, 2019

Testing Stretch 22, a new ‘stretch therapy’ startup backed by Expedia and Zillow founder Rich Barton

Story includes expert comment from Sarah Shultz, PhD, chair of the kinesiology department at Seattle University.

GeekWire

January 13, 2019

Coyote sightings on the rise in Seattle

KUOW-FM

January 3, 2019

18 in ’18: Who were the biggest names in Seattle sports this year?

The 18 include Alexis Montgomery of the Seattle U women's basketball team who lead the team into the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history. 

The Seattle Times

December 29, 2018

ID Renovations Clash With Housing Affordability

Seattle Magazine

December 18, 2018

Trump's transgender ban is headed to court

NBC News

December 10, 2018

First Amendment v Anti Semitism

KUOW-FM

December 10, 2018

Project uses wildlife cameras to study Seattle coyotes, carnivores

Story is about a collaborative project between Woodland Park Zoo and Associate Professor of Biology Mark Jordan.

KING 5 News

November 29, 2018

For Californians living in their cars, a church parking lot can briefly be home

Story includes comments by Seattle U Law School Prof. Sara Rankin.

The Washington Post

November 28, 2018

The Charity Walkathon Is Dead

Story includes comments from Seattle U Prof. Elizabeth Dale.

The Atlantic

November 24, 2018

More Homeless Seattleites Live in Their Vehicles Than Ever Before

Includes interview with Seattle U Law Prof. Sara Rankin.

Seattle Met magazine

November 20, 2018

Significant changes coming to Everett’s City Council

Story includes interview with Seattle U polticial science Prof. Marco Lowe.

The Herald

November 19, 2018

Breaking down Washington's political urban-rural divide

News panel discussion includes Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

KING 5 News

November 15, 2018

What's in store for Seattle City Council in 2019?

News panel discussion includes Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

KING 5 News

November 15, 2018

What Tuesday's midterm results mean moving forward

Segment features interview with Seattle U adjunct political science professor Marco Lowe.

KING TV New Day Northwest

November 7, 2018

Midterm takeaway: Women voters are more diverse than given credit for

Interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Brooke Coleman.

MyNorthwest.com

November 7, 2018

Ideologically motivated far-right extremists have killed close to 500 people since 1990

Article was co-authored by Seattle U Criminal Justice Assoc. Prof. William Parkin.

The Conversation

October 31, 2018

Jim Walsh being sued over Facebook blocking

Interview with Seattle U communications Prof. Caitlin Carlson about whether public figures can ban uders of their social media pages.

KUOW-FM

October 30, 2018

Do attack ads work? Washington's 8th District flooded with them before election

Story includes interview with Seattle U political science Prof. Patrick Schoettmer.

KING 5 News

October 29, 2018

Washington lawmakers praise law enforcement in arrest of pipe-bomb suspect

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

KING TV

October 26, 2018

Misdemeanor arrests decline in Seattle as racial disparities remain

Story about research done by Seattle U Criminal Justice dept.

Crosscut

October 25, 2018

October 23rd: Get counted

Series of stories includes interview with Seattle U political science Professor Patrick Schoettmer about voting by mail and whether it has impacted turn out.

KUOW-FM

October 23, 2018

Under threat from Trump, transgender community leans on local rights

Story includes comments from Seattle U School of Law Professor Dean Spade.

Crosscut

October 23, 2018

Are Third Parties the Future for Seattle Politics?

Story includes comments by Marco Lowe, Seattle U political science professor.

Seattle Met Magazine

October 16, 2018

Have thoughts about crime in Seattle? Take this survey

The Seattle Times

October 15, 2018

Court ruling on death penalty could end the long debate in Olympia over capital punishment

Story includes comments by Seattle U School of Law Prof. Bob Boruchowitz.

The Seattle Times

October 11, 2018

The study that killed the death penalty in Washington

Story mentions 2015 Seattle U study about the cost of pursuing death penalty cases in Washington and includes comments from one of its co-authors.

Crosscut

October 11, 2018

King County will open west wing of downtown Seattle jail as shelter

Story includes comments by Seattle U Law School Prof. Sara Rankin.

The Seattle Times

October 11, 2018

Men, women and recycling stigmas

Story is about research by Seattle U Prof. Mathew Isaac.

Radio New Zealand

October 11, 2018

9 law experts on what Brett Kavanaugh means for the future of America

Includes comments from two Seattle University School of Law professors.

KUOW-FM

October 9, 2018

Amazon rolling out $15 minimum wage for employees

Story includes interview with Jeffrey Smith, PhD, professor of management. 

KOMO News

October 2, 2018

WHY THE BATTLE OVER DEMENTIA PATIENTS ON DEATH ROW? BETTER LAWYERS

Story includes comments by Peter Collins, PhD, assoc. prof. of Criminal Justice.

Ozy

October 1, 2018

Seattle U shuts out Washington 2-0 in men’s soccer

The Seattle Times

September 24, 2018

Seattle-area women of color share how they navigate the workplace

The story is authored by a professional in residence at Seattle U and includes a profile of Communications Instructor Kimberly Harden.

The Seattle Times

September 20, 2018

John Kerry embraces the straight talk mantle

Coverage of Kerry's talk at Seattle University.

KUOW-FM

September 18, 2018

Seattle U gives coach Jim Hayford contract extension

The Seattle Times

September 12, 2018

For Many Nicaraguans, Emigration is an Escape Valve

Guest essay by Serena Cosgrove, PhD, assistant professor of international studies. 

AJCU Connections

September 12, 2018

Court: Cities can’t prosecute people for sleeping on streets

Story includes comments from Sara Rankin, a professor at the Seattle University School of Law and director of its Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

Associated Press

September 4, 2018

Lawrence Pitre honors the Central District’s history

Profile of Seattle U alum and artist.

City Arts

September 4, 2018

Supporting homeless individuals: How much do we spend?

Story includes interview with School of Law Prof. Sara Rankin.

Crosscut

August 31, 2018

The Top 20 Coolest Schools 2018

Sierra

August 27, 2018

What to Know About a Vacation Quarter at U.S. Universities

Story includes interview with Seattle U student and staff.

US News & World Report

August 21, 2018

Closed-door negotiations but no deal in battle over Seattle plan to upzone neighborhoods

Story includes comments from Marco Lowe, adjunct professor of political science.

The Seattle Times

August 20, 2018

Chinatown’s elders are being priced out of their traditional neighborhood

Story includes comments from Marie Rose Wong, PhD, associate professor in Seattle U's Institute of Public Service and Asian Studies Program and Public Affairs.

The Seattle Times

August 16, 2018

Background checks give false sense of security at airports

Guest opinion column by Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, of Seattle U's Criminal Justice program.

Crosscut

August 16, 2018

Trump’s tariffs squeeze coffee businesses in Washington

Story includes interview with Seattle U Assoc. Prof. of Economics Brian Kelly.

China Global Television News

August 9, 2018

Executive Q&A: Seattle Seahawks CFO Karen Spencer on Sports, Money and the NFL

Ms. Spencer is an alumna of Seattle U.

Seattle Business

August 8, 2018

More Americans are forced to "reside" in their vehicles

Story includes comments by Seattle U School of Law Prof. Sara Rankin.

CBS News

July 31, 2018

Annette Clark Returns to Her Roots

Profile of Seattle U School of Law Dean Annette Clark

Diverse Issues in Higher Education

July 27, 2018

How you can help students with special needs find a place in college

Story includes interview with Cinda Johnson, an associate professor of special education at Seattle University.

The Seattle Times

July 27, 2018

INTERVIEW: Sports Are Not Only Play, But Are a Way to Sainthood

Interview with Seattle U's Fr. Patrick Kelly.

Zenit

July 23, 2018

The University of Washington’s Wireless Robotic Insect Takes Flight

Story includes comment about ethical implications by Nathan Colaner, a philosophy professor at Seattle University. 

Seattle Met magazine

July 17, 2018

Is Mean World Syndrome affecting how you view your community?

Interview with Seattle U Prof. Jacqueline Helfgott, chair of the Criminal Justice program.

KING TV New Day Northwest

July 12, 2018

10 Questions Judge Kavanaugh Should Answer

Story includes context and question for Judge Kavanugh about labor rights by Seattle U Law School Prof. Charlotte Garden.

The Nation

July 11, 2018

Steven Holl: Making Architecture by Michael Brod

Story includes mention of the Holl-designed St. Ignatius Chapel.

BOMB Magazine

July 11, 2018

If confirmed, Trump's nominee for U.S. Supreme Court could impact controversial decisions

Story features interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Andrew Siegel.

KOMO News

July 9, 2018

Author of ‘Why Women Don’t Code’ defends essay as colleagues, diversity experts challenge claims

Story includes perspectives of Ruchika Tulshyan, an adjunct lecturer in Communications at Seattle University.

Geekwire

July 3, 2018

Academics win IOC grant to explore the impact of Olympic sustainability initiatives

Tim Kellison, assistant professor at Georgia State University, and Brian McCullough, assistant professor at Seattle University, have received a $10,000 grant from the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Olympic Studies Centre to explore how local attitudes and behaviors change towards the environment after the Games as a result of sustainability initiatives.

Sports Sustainability Journal

July 3, 2018

Sanctuary movement growing in response to immigration crisis

Story includes interview with Mark Markuly, PhD, dean of the School of Theology and Ministry.

KIRO 7

July 2, 2018

Seattle researchers share personal insight on Central American immigration

Story features interviews with student researchers who just returned from Guatemala to study reasons for emigration.

KING 5 News

June 28, 2018

This Supreme Court made it easier for conservatives to win First Amendment claims,

Guest op-ed by Charlotte Garden, Seattle U Law School associate professor.

NBC News

June 28, 2018

‘Mean world syndrome’: In some Seattle neighborhoods, fear of crime exceeds reality

Coverage of public safety survey results conducted by the Seattle U Criminal Justice department.

The Seattle Times

June 28, 2018

How the Supreme Court’s Latest Ruling Could Decimate Public Sector Unions

Story features Q&A with Seattle U Law School associate professor of law.

Mother Jones

June 27, 2018

In travel ban decision, Supreme Court rejects ruling supporting World War II internment

Story includes comments from Robert S. Chang, professor of law in the Seattle U School of Law. 

NBC News

June 26, 2018

Jimmy Fallon is not alone: 'Rage giving' fuels record fundraising for immigrant children

Story includes comments from Elizabeth Dale, assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at Seattle University.

CNBC

June 25, 2018

Public-Sector Unions In Washington Brace For Potentially Adverse Supreme Court Decision

Story includes comments from Charlotte Garden, an associate professor at the Seattle University School of Law.

KNKX-FM

June 25, 2018

Tumwater case puts spotlight on intervention by armed citizens

Story includes interview with Seattle U Criminal Justice chair Prof. Jacqueline Helfgott.

KIRO 7

June 18, 2018

'We need to stop this policy right now,' Zuckerberg says, urging donations to reunite immigrants

Story includes quote from Prof. Elizbeth Dale, assistant professor of nonprofit leadership.

USA Today

June 18, 2018

Former convict sworn in as lawyer in Washington state

Associated Press via The Spokesman-Review

June 17, 2018

Why the Catholic Church cares about sports

Written by Patrick Kelly, SJ, PhD, a member of the Seattle U Jesuit community and associate professor of theology and religous studies.

America magazine

June 7, 2018

Interview with Seattle U Fr. Patrick M. Kelly, SJ

Video interview with Seattle U Jesuit Patrick Kelly, SJ, on the siginificance of the latest Vatican document and sport and spirituality.

Salt and Light

June 1, 2018

2018’s Best & Worst Cities for Basketball Fans

Story includes perspective of Asst. Prof. of Sports Administration & Leadership Brian McCullough.

WalletHub

May 29, 2018

#YouAreWelcomeHere Scholarships

Inside Higher Ed

May 24, 2018

Why we should care that 4 out of 5 software developers in Seattle are male

Sponsored content and guest opinion story by Ruchika Tulshyan, an adjunct lecturer with Seattle University’s Department of Communication.

The Seattle Times

May 22, 2018

Pay-Hungry Uber Drivers Hobbled by High Court Arbitration Ruling

Story includes perspectives of Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

May 21, 2018

The art of distraction in Trump’s New-Truth era

Guest opinion piece by Seattle U communications senior lecturer Julie Homchick-Crowe, PhD.

The Seattle Times

May 18, 2018

Ballard rape case intensifies homeless debate

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Sara Rankin.

The Seattle Times

May 18, 2018

Worried about fake news? Get ready for the rise of fake humans that sound just like us

Story includes remarks from event panelist Miles Coleman, Seattle U instructor in the School of New & Continuing Studies.

Geekwire

May 17, 2018

Nathan Watkins’s digital designs of First Hill

Profile of 2017 Seattle U alum whose public artwork graces several places in the First Hill neighborhood.

Curbed

May 17, 2018

Organizers hope Seattle will greet Special Olympics with open arms, hearts

Seattle U is a venue for this summer's Special Olympics.

The Seattle Times

May 14, 2018

Strong female leadership engineers academic culture shift

Sponsored story about Seattle 's female leadership in STEM programs.

The Seattle Times

May 11, 2018

Twitter to Channel Walmart Legal Victory in Discrimination Suit

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

May 9, 2018

Tulalip woman makes history as first member to pass state bar

Story is about Seattle U law school alum.

KING TV

May 8, 2018

CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES CELEBRATES 75 YEARS OF HELPING ‘POOREST OF THE POOR’

Story leads with Seattle U chemistry professor emeritus Sue Jackels, who began working with CRS in 2003.

Northwest Catholic

May 8, 2018

New Reports on Homelessness

Interview with Seattle U School of Law Prof. Sara Rankin.

KNKX-FM

May 7, 2018

Political Arrests, Yes. Gang Violence, No. What It Takes to Get Asylum in the U.S.

Story includes comments by Seattle U adjunct law professor Devin T. Theriot-Orr.

The New York Times

May 2, 2018

How Immigrant Rights Plays Into May Day

Interview with Seattle U Prof. Amelia Derr.

KNKX-FM

April 30, 2018

2018’s Best Large Cities to Start a Business

Story includes sidebar Q&A with Assoc. Prof. of Mangement Colette Hoption in the SU Albers School of Busness and Economics.

WalletHub

April 30, 2018

Genealogy sites lead to suspect

Story about role of DNA in identifying the so-called "Golden State Killer" includes interview with Seattle U School of Law Prof. Debra Ahrens. 

KIRO 7

April 26, 2018

Vera Whole Health aims for ‘healthcare revolution’ as it raises $5M, plans six new clinics

Vera Whole Health was founded by Seattle U MBA student Ryan Schmid. 

GeekWire

April 23, 2018

The Pace of Innovation in China

Guest on the podcast was Albers School of Business management Prof. David Reid, PhD. an expert on international strategy as it pertains to China and Japan.

Voice of America program "In China with Michelle Zao"

April 20, 2018

Doctoral student pushes past paralysis to pursue goals

Story is about Seattle U alum Mackenzie Clay, who earned his undergraduate degree in chemistry.

UCLA Newsroom

April 19, 2018

Otter Poop Helps Scientists Track Pollution at a Superfund Site

Story includes interview with Kristin Hultgren, PhD, assitant professor of biology.

Scientific American

April 18, 2018

James Comey visits Seattle on book tour Sunday

His appearance at Seattle U is co-sponsored by SU's School of Theology and Ministry, School of Law, College of Arts & Sciences, and Elliott Bay Book Company.

KING TV

April 16, 2018

America’s love affair with property fails to recognize its troubling origins

Guest opinion story by Seattle U Prof. Sara Rankin, director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

Real Change

April 11, 2018

Cities ban sidewalk sitting, but does it help or hurt?

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

KUOW-FM

April 11, 2018

Us Too: Seattle-area women reflect on the cultural risks & benefits of sharing their #MeToo stories

This special project story includes profiles of a Seattle U student and of a faculty member.

The Seattle Times

April 5, 2018

Got a story about homelessness you’ve always wanted to tell? Share it at Ignite Project Homeless

Seattle U's Project on Family Homelessness is partnering with the Times on this project.

The Seattle Times

April 4, 2018

‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ turns 50: Why HAL endures

Story includes interview with John Trafton, a lecturer in film studies at Seattle University.

The Christian Science Monitor

April 3, 2018

Fact Check: President Trump's attack on Amazon

Story features interview with Joe Phillips, dean of the Albers School of Business and Economics.

KIRO7

March 29, 2018

‘Not fun’: Technology experts get real about automation’s impact on today’s jobs

Story about a panel presented at Seattle U by MIT Enterprise Forum of the Northwest.

GeekWire

March 22, 2018

CATHOLIC IMMIGRATION SUMMIT ENCOURAGES UNITY IN TRYING TIMES

Coverage of second annual Catholic Immigration Summit held at Seattle University that brought together people from throughout the diocese.

Northwest Catholic

March 20, 2018

KIRO 7 Town Hall: An urgent conversation about guns

Live broadcast took place at Seattle U and included Criminal Justice Prof. Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, among the panelists.

KIRO 7 News

March 14, 2018

Seattle U Women Reach NCAA Tourney for first time in school history, coach Suzy Barcomb in-studio

In-studio interview with women's basketball coach Suzy Barcomb.

Q13 Fox

March 11, 2018

Rosa Joshi loves Shakespeare, and she thinks you should, too

Profile of Seattle U theater professor. 

KUOW-FM

March 9, 2018

How this social venture firm is helping India’s poorest with a unique startup accelerator

Story includes Seattle University's involvement with the social investment firm via its "entrepreneur in residence" program in the Albers School of Business and Economics.

GeekWire

March 7, 2018

Ask the Experts: March Madness Musings

Q&A with Seattle U Prof. Christopher Paul, PhD, chair of the Communications Dept.

WalletHub

March 6, 2018

Scientists say there’s a link between taking out ‘fringe loans’ and reporting health woes

Story mentions similar study conduncted by Seattle U and USD Dept. of Agriculture. 

GeekWire

March 5, 2018

Ale-six

Seattle U’s Alexis Montgomery has been named Western Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for Feb. 26 through March 3. It is her sixth honor of the season.

Western Athletic Conference

March 4, 2018

Judge rules Seattle homeless man’s truck is a home

Story includes comments by Sara Rankin, Seattle U law professor and director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

The Seattle Times

March 3, 2018

A Homeless Camp in Our Back Yard? Please, a University Says

Stiory about homeless camp at Seattle Pacific University mentions past camps at Seattle U and the UW.

The New York Times

February 27, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Case With Big Significance For Public-Sector Unions

Story includes interview with Seattle U labor law professor Charlotte Garden.

KNKX-FM

February 26, 2018

Seattle U historian: Will the Parkland shooting youth movement bring lasting change?

Story features interview with Seattle U assistant professor of history Emily Lieb, PhD.

KIRO7

February 22, 2018

Professor answers questions about Russian interference in presidential election

Interview with Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe. 

KING TV New Day Northwest

February 20, 2018

Is there a Republican in your future?

Coverage of the Crosscut Festival held at Seattle U in early February.

Crosscut

February 20, 2018

Listen to ideas for change from the post-Columbine generation

Guest op-ed by three communications students at Seattle U.

The Seattle Times

February 16, 2018

State Senate votes to repeal death penalty in Washington state

Story includes interview with Seattle U Prof. Robert Boruchowitz, co-0author of a 2015 study that examined the cost of implementing the death penalty. 

KIRO 7

February 15, 2018

Chief Leschi lives on 160 years after his execution

Story about Nisqaully tribe's Chief Leschi features research by Seattle U Law School adjunct professor and reference librarian Kelly Kunsch.

MyNorthwest.com

February 14, 2018

Face of Defense: Navy Nurse Serves to Make a Difference

Feature profile of Seattle U nursing alum and Navy Lt Logan Moore ('13).

U.S Dept. of Defense

February 14, 2018

Johnny and Eddie O’Brien, the dual-sport twins who took this city by storm

Story looks back on the O'Brien twins, Seattle U basketball star duo.

The Seattle Times

February 13, 2018

Will Julián Castro run for President? ‘I might’

Julian Castro was among the VIP speakers at the inaugural Crosscut Festival hosted by Seattle U.

Crosscut

February 13, 2018

Catholic higher education has consistent, higher outcomes

Coverage of AJCU annual meeting includes comments by Seattle U Pres. Stephen Sundborg, SJ.

National Catholic Reporter

February 12, 2018

Former Gov. John and Lois Spellman remembered at joint funeral Mass

The couple met at Seattle University in the 1950s.

The Seattle Times

February 12, 2018

Working through the dilemma of free speech on college campuses

Interview with Seattle U communications professor Caitlin Carlson, PhD.

KUOW-FM

February 12, 2018

The reinvention of Kitsap Mall

Includes analysis comments by Seattle U Prof. Ajay Abraham of the Albers School.

Kitsap Herald

February 10, 2018

Going back to school after a break

Sponsored-content story includes interview with Seattle U's Janet Shandley, director of graduate admissions.

The Seattle Times

February 9, 2018

White privilege diminishes our humanity: 10 Commitments for meaningful change

Guest op-ed by Seattle U President Stephen Sundborg, SJ.

The Seattle Times

February 9, 2018

GrubHub drivers are independent contractors — not employees — under California law, judge rules

Story includes comments by Seattle U Law School Prof. Charlotte Garden.

Los Angeles Times

February 8, 2018

Cascadia’s 3 big-city mayors meet for the first time

Coverage of a panel discission that took place at Seattle U, host organization for the inaugural Crosscut Festival.

Crosscut

February 7, 2018

Litigation Over Seattle Law Allowing Unionization For Ride-Share Drivers Continues

Story quotes Prof. Charlotte Garden, labor law expert in the Seattle U School of Law.

KNKX-FM

February 6, 2018

Seattle is putting fences under its bridges to keep campers out — and some say that’s wrong

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

The Seattle Times

February 6, 2018

Yakima Valley College still silent on Dolezal controversy

Story includes interview with Tyrone Brown, assistant director of Seattle U's Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Yakima Herald

February 6, 2018

Tense moments, fruitful dialog and lots of laughs — all at Crosscut Festival

Summary of Crosscut Festival held at Seattle U. 

Crosscut

February 3, 2018

Quips and a few punches at D.C. in governors’ talk

Coverage of Crosscut Festival hosted by Seattle University.

Crosscut

February 2, 2018

A judge explains why jury diversity is a work in progress

Guest op-ed by Ed McKenna, acting presiding judge for Seattle Municipal Court, cites research conducted by the Seattle U Criminal Justice Department.

The Seattle Times

February 2, 2018

How minor offenses feed overcrowding at Houston youth jail

Story includes interview with Paul Holland, Seattle U Law School professor who is an expert on juvenile justice.

The Texas Tribune

February 2, 2018

A Bill to Abolish the Death Penalty Garners Support in Washington

Story includes quotes by Seattle U Criminal Justice Prof. Pete Collins, who testified at the state Senate hearing. 

SeattleMet

February 2, 2018

Female Donors to Women's and Girls' Causes Embrace Risk, Study Finds

Story quotes study co-author Elizabeth Dale, assistant professor in Seattle U's Nonprofit Leadership program.

Philanthropy News Digest

February 1, 2018

Project on Family Homelessness keeps up support in 2018

Capitol Hill Times

January 31, 2018

The Pitch: Persuasion Knowledge

Podcast and text is about marketing research co-authored by Seattle U Prof. Mathew Isaac.

The Findings Report Pitch Podcast

January 30, 2018

Death Penalty Ban Clears State Senate Committee

Story includes mention of 2015 Seattle U study on the cost of death penalty cases.

US News via AP

January 25, 2018

Sports in Schools: Beyond Winning and Losing

Conversations Magazine

January 25, 2018

Catholic tradition an antidote to ‘crisis of meaning’ in sports

Story features interview with Seattle U Jesuit Fr. Patrick Kelly, who studies the intersection of sports and faith.

The Catholic Spirit

January 24, 2018

Fundraising undervalued by sector 'because it is seen as women's work'

Story is about a study conducted by Elizabeth J Dale, assistant professor of non-profit leadership, which found that this perception has led to a gender pay gap and an over-representation of men in senior level positions in both the UK and North American fundraising sectors.

Third Sector

January 23, 2018

News stressing you out? Here are ways to cope

Story includes comments by Rebecca Cobb, PhD, LMFT, assistant clinical professor and Clinical Coordinator, Couples & Family Therapy Program, School of Theology and Ministry.

KUOW-FM

January 19, 2018

Are Felons Fit to Be Lawyers? Increasingly, the Answer Is Yes

Article includes the story of Seattle U Law School graduate Tara Simmons.

The New York Times

January 19, 2018

Fact-checking Cory Booker's statistic on attacks by white nationalist hate groups

Story includes comments by Seattle U Criminal Justice Prof. William Parkin, who helps direct the U.S. Extremist Crime Database.

Politifact

January 18, 2018

The Lakers are giving Elgin Baylor a statue, and it's about damn time

Baylor is an alum ('58) and played at Seattle U. 

Yahoo! Sports

January 17, 2018

Google is being sued for discriminating against men and women. Both can't be true.

Guest op-ed on NBC's online "Think" section by Seattle U Law Professor Charlotte Garden.

NBC News

January 16, 2018

Former Washington governor, King County executive John Spellman dies

Gov. Spellman was an SU alum and 1949 class valedictorian. 

The Seattle Times

January 16, 2018

Attorneys general grade Constitutional Stress Test Ferguson talks Trump administration

Coverage of Seattle U-sponsored event.

Capitol Hill Times

January 12, 2018

Does News About Police Being Killed in the Line of Duty Impact Police Violence?

Story about research conducted by Seattle U faculty. 

The Stranger

January 11, 2018

For Homeless Seattleites, a Reprieve From the Debilitating Burden of Warrants

Story includes comments by Seattle U law professor Sara Rankin, director the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

Seattle Weekly

January 10, 2018

How animal cameras are capturing Seattle’s wild side

Rebroadcast of story that originally aired on PBS Seattle affiliate KCTS-TV. 

PBS NewsHour

January 10, 2018

5 women in film talk #MeToo movement in Seattle

TV news story about panel of local women in film presented by the Seattle U Film Studies program.

KING TV

January 10, 2018

Seattle U’s new campus store now open at 12th and Madison

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog

January 10, 2018

Did far-right extremist violence really spike in 2017?

Publication of an article in The Conversation by Seattle U criminal justice Prof. William Parkin. https://theconversation.com/did-far-right-extremist-violence-really-spike-in-2017-89067

The Houston Chronicle

January 4, 2018

Seattle University Appoints New Curator

City Arts

January 3, 2018

UCLA students analyzed Trump's tweets and speeches as part of DACA lawsuit

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Robert Chang.

Univision

December 28, 2017

Seattle Uses Bike Racks to Discourage Homeless Camping

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

The Stranger

December 19, 2017

5 Reasons Why Ignatius Of Loyola Was The First Jedi Master

Not about Seattle U but a fun and timely read nonetheless.

BuzzFeed

December 15, 2017

Upcoming net neutrality vote could change the way we browse

Story features interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Steve Tapia.

KING TV New Day Northwest

December 13, 2017

Outlook 2018: Supreme Court—What’s at Stake for the Workplace

Story includes commemnts from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg BNA

December 12, 2017

Wildlife Cameras Capture The Secret Lives Of Predators In The City

Story is about an urban wildlife study by Seattle U biology professor Mark Jordan and students. 

Oregon Public Broadcasting

December 6, 2017

Before camps are cleared, a Seattle team coaxes homeless toward shelter

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Sara Rankin, director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

The Seattle Times

November 30, 2017

HOW SAN DIEGO IS TRYING TO USE A HEPATITIS A OUTBREAK TO SOLVE ITS HOUSING CRISIS

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Suzanne Skinner, a homeless rights advocate.

Pacific Standard

November 30, 2017

Krina Turner Steps Up As Executive Director of Whim W'him

Story is about Seattle U alumna who graduated from the Master of Fine Arts in Arts Leadership program.

The Stranger

November 29, 2017

Finding fulfillment in a life spent reading

Story about 96-year-old retired Boeing engineer mentions his donation of physics textbooks authored by former Cornell Prof. Richard Feynman to Seattle U.

Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber

November 28, 2017

Discovered box reveals grandfather’s baseball past

Northwest Asian Weekly

November 23, 2017

AT&T-Time Warner suit could be the start of a more aggressive antitrust era

Story includes comments by Seattle U Law School Prof. John Kirkwood.

Yahoo Finance

November 21, 2017

A Mexican Town Wages Its Own War on Drugs

Story incluldes interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Thomas Antkowiak, the director of the International Human Rights Clinic.

The New Yorker

November 20, 2017

Judge to hear arguments on Seattle's income tax targeting high earners

Story includes comments from Seattle U Accounting Professor Susan Weihrich.

KIRO7.com

November 17, 2017

Why It's Difficult for Former Inmates to Become Lawyers

Story includes saga of Seattle U Law School alumna Tarra Simmons and her quest to join the Washington bar. 

The Atlantic

November 16, 2017

30 UNDER 30 SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS Leveraging business smarts to save the world

Seattle U alumna Aerica Banks is among those chosen for the list. Her profile: https://www.forbes.com/profile/aerica-banks/

Forbes magazine

November 14, 2017

Seattle election winners see victories as part of larger Trump rebuke

Story includes interview with Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe about the quick mayoral transition.

The Seattle Times

November 8, 2017

What to Expect in a Mayoral Transition

Guest opinion story by Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe about the fast transition from election to office for the next Seattle mayor.

SeattleMet magazine

November 7, 2017

Election analysis after initial returns

TV news story features live studio analysis by Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

KING TV

November 7, 2017

Seattle U men’s basketball team has a new look

The Seattle Times

November 7, 2017

Tech, housing boom create homeless crisis on West Coast

Story includes comments from Seattle U law Prof. Sara Rankin, director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

Associated Press

November 6, 2017

Your genealogy research could land your DNA results in a criminal investigation

Story includes interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. Deborah Ahrens.

KIRO-TV

November 6, 2017

In the Competition for Amazon’s New Headquarters, Will Universities Tip the Scale?

Story includes comments by Mary Lou Moffat, director of the Albers Placement Center at Seattle U.  

The Chronicle of Higher Education

November 3, 2017

Choose a Law School That Emphasizes Legal Writing

Story notes #1 national ranking of Seattle U Law School's legal writing program and includes interview with Prof. Mary Bowman.

US News & World Report

November 2, 2017

How Seattle's Mayoral Candidates Hope To Solve Homelessness

Story includes interview with Catherine Hinrichsen, director of Seattle U's Project on Family Homelessness. 

KNKX-FM (NPR)

November 1, 2017

It's GrubHub on Trial But Uber Has a Dog in This Fight Too

Story includes comments by Seattle U law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg Technology

October 30, 2017

Solving homelessness, poverty, health care costs all at once

Story is about talk given at Seattle U by Nobel Peace prize laureate Mohammad Yunus.

KIRO-AM

October 30, 2017

The gig economy and worker safety

Story includes comments from Seattle U law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

Safety + Health

October 29, 2017

Seattle and Trump become weapons in state senate campaign

Story examining a political ad campaign includes comments from Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

KIRO TV

October 26, 2017

‘We Have Not a Government’: The US Before the Constitution

Story and interview with Seattle U Law School Prof. George William Van Cleve about his new book We Have Not a Government: The Articles of Confederation and the Road to the Constitution.

The Nation

October 23, 2017

Teacher Recommendation Letter Tips for College Applications

Story by former Seattle U student quotes Prof. David Madsen.

Teen Vogue

October 22, 2017

UPDATE: Seattle Does Not Actually Have the Highest Rate of Property Crime in the Nation

Story includes comments from Seattle U Criminal Justice Prof. Matthew Hickman.

The Stranger

October 20, 2017

Ballots drop and TV ads launch in final stretch of mayor's race

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

KIRO 7

October 18, 2017

The mayor of Capitol Hill: Why you should vote for Cary Moon*

First part of the blog's coverage of the Seattle mayoral candidates' debate held at Seattle U.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog

October 17, 2017

Local ‘ghost signs' may get preservation funds

Story cites 2013 research by Seattle U students who identified 200 hand-painted signs.

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

October 16, 2017

PSBJ Interview: ‘Father Steve’ tends to his flock of Redhawks

Puget Sound Business Journal (subscriber content)

October 13, 2017

Even in a country battered by crises, American unity is temporary

Story includes interview with Rachel Luft, PhD, associate professor of sociology. 

The Washington Post

October 10, 2017

The scientific swerve: Changing your research focus

Profiles of scientists include Seattle U's Sue Jackels, professor emeritus in chemistry.

Science

October 5, 2017

Seattle's best architecture: Beyond the Space Needle

Seattle U's Chapel of St. Ignatius is included in this story.

CNN Travel

October 4, 2017

CONVICTED, BUT STILL POLICING

Investigative series about police conduct includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Matthew Hickman.

Star Tribune

October 1, 2017

40 Under 40: Pacific Continental Bank's Nick Anderson finds a true labor of love

Story is about current Seattle U graduate student and includes remarks about why he chose the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program.

Puget Sound Business Journal

September 27, 2017

PSNS: 'Objectionable' employee social media comments could lead to discipline

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor David Skover.

Kitsap Sun

September 24, 2017

Children of Internment Resisters Attack Travel Ban in Supreme Court Brief

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Robert Chang, executive director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality at the Seattle University School of Law.

NBC News

September 20, 2017

Taxpayer cost for mass murderer Scott Dekraai’s case tops $2.5 million

Story includes comments from Seattle U criminal justice professor Pete Collins, an expert on death penatly costs.

The Orange County Register

September 17, 2017

Father, daughter drive 30,000 km to attend college

Story about Chinese student whose father drove her to Seattle U from China to begin her studies.

Global Times (China)

September 17, 2017

Did The Washington Post Break A Law When It Disciplined A Reporter Over A Jeff Bezos Op-Ed?

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

The Huffington Post

September 15, 2017

One-on-one: Moon, Durkan face off on homelessness, housing during first general election debate

Coberage of Seattle mayoral candidates' debate at Seattle U.

Capitol Hill Times

September 13, 2017

Durkan, Moon: Not so similar after all

Coverage of the Seattle mayoral candidates' debate at Seattle U.

Crosscut

September 13, 2017

Mayoral candidates address Murray, homelessness, growth

Coverage of Seattle mayoral candidates' debate held at Seattle U.

KIRO MyNorthwest

September 13, 2017

7 Highlights from the First Major Mayoral Candidate Debate

Coverage of Seattle mayoral candidates' debate at Seattle U.

SeattleMet

September 13, 2017

Jenny Durkan, Cary Moon square off in Seattle mayoral debate overshadowed by Murray’s resignation

Coverage of Seattle mayoral candidates' debate held at Seattle U.

The Seattle Times

September 12, 2017

Moon, Durkan struggle to stand apart in Seattle mayoral debate

Coverage of Seattle mayoral candidates' debate held at Seattle U.

Seattle PI

September 12, 2017

Miss Tuesday’s mayoral debate? Watch it here

Coverage and livestream of Seattle mayoral debate on housing and homelessness held at Seattle U.

Crosscut

September 12, 2017

Seatte mayoral candidates release policy plans ahead of Tuesday debate

Story is a preview to candidates' debate at Seattle U. 

The Seattle Times

September 12, 2017

The ramifications of removing DACA

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

KING TV New Day Northwest

September 7, 2017

Can the 8th Congressional District Swing Blue?

Story includes comments from Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

Seattle Met

September 6, 2017

Labor Day under Trump? Not exactly a picnic

Times columnist Jerry Large interview with Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

The Seattle Times

September 3, 2017

Kenya court nullifies president's win, calls for new vote

Story includes comment from Seattle U law professor Ronald Slye, who was a member of Kenya's Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission.

Fox News

September 1, 2017

Head under the freeway for a new take on sunrise, sunset

Story showcases the design work of Seattle U student Nathan Watkins.

KUOW-FM

August 31, 2017

Beyond the headliners: Madeline Kenney, Jason McCue aim to make the most of their first Bumbershoot

Jason McCue is a Seattle U student and promotions director for the student radio station KXSU.

The Seattle Times

August 30, 2017

Downtown and First Hill freeway columns gain sunset design

Stlory is about Seattle U student's winning design and painting of the columns.

Curbed

August 30, 2017

WOMEN ARE MORE AT RISK FROM DISASTERS LIKE HURRICANE HARVEY

Story includes interview with Seattle U Prof. Rachel Luft, a Hurricane Katrina survivor who studies on race and gender intersectionality. 

Newsweek

August 29, 2017

Have you noticed? Seattle police are writing fewer traffic tickets

Story mentions neighborhood crime survey conducted by Seattle U's Criminal Justice Dept.

The Seattle Times

August 25, 2017

Oregon cops band together to push for more state oversight

Story includes comments from Seattle U criminal justice Prof. Matthew Hickman.

The Oregonian

August 25, 2017

Another Dishonest Take from the Seattle Times Editorial Board on Homelessness

Story includes interview with Sara Rankin, Seattle U law professor and director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

The Stranger

August 21, 2017

Labor Organizing in Right-to-Work States Is Numbers Game

Story includes comments from Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg BNA

August 15, 2017

Sociologists call for a response to online targeting of and threats against public scholars

Story includes comments from meeting panelist Jodi O"Brien, PhD, Seattle U professor of sociology.

Inside Higher Ed

August 14, 2017

Stone-cold passion: Bothell’s Derrick McLean immerses himself in curling

Story about Olympic hopeful and Seattle U alum. 

The Seattle Times

August 9, 2017

Fired Google Engineer Claims His Rights Were Violated. Trump’s Labor Board May Disagree

Story includes comments from Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

HuffPost

August 8, 2017

Trump Effect? Number of students taking law school entrance exam soars

Story includes comments from Seattle U Law School.

MyNorthwest.com

August 3, 2017

HISTORICAL INJUSTICES THREATEN ANOTHER VIOLENT KENYA VOTE

Story includes comments from Prof. Ronald Slye, Seattle U School of Law, one of the international members of Kenya's Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission.

Associated Press

August 3, 2017

Moon nearly clinches second spot in Seattle mayor's race

Story includes interview with Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

KIRO 7

August 3, 2017

Voter turnout lagging on election day

Story on Seattle mayoral election includes comments by Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

KIRO 7

August 1, 2017

Turnout still lagging on election day

Story includes comments from Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe

KIRO 7

August 1, 2017

Judge Tosses Federal Lawsuit Against Seattle's Uber Unionization Law

Story includes comments from Seattle U Law Prof. Charlotte Garden, an expert in labor law.

The Stranger

August 1, 2017

Issaquah-based Costco co-founder Jeff Brotman dies

Story mentions Seattle U scholarships launched by Mr. Brotman.

Issaquah Reporter

August 1, 2017

Town Hall Seattle construction set to begin Organization spreading programming across the city

Story includes mention of Seattle U as a venue for some Town Hall events during renovation.

Capitol Hill Times

July 31, 2017

Consumers May Be More Trusting of Ads Than Marketers Think

Story quotes study co-author Assoc. Prof. of Marketing Mathew Isaac, Albers School of Business and Economics.

The New York Times

July 30, 2017

Family of Bellevue girl whose anti-bullying video went viral calls on district to protect students

Story includes comments from Seattle U security officer Ricardo Bland who attended the meeting in uniform to offer his support to the family.

Bellevue Reporter

July 19, 2017

Study: These 10 universities graduate the tech professionals with the highest salaries

Graduates from Seattle U earned the most.

Tech Republic

July 19, 2017

Everyday objects come to life in soap carvings

Story about Bangalore art exhibit of works by Fr. Trung Pham, Seattle U asst. prof. of Fine Art who is teaching at St. Joseph's College there this summer.

Times of India

July 17, 2017

With Muses, Immigrants and Refugees Sew a Fresh Start

Story about 2012 alumna Sandrine Espie and a partner who founded Muses, which teaches apparel manufacturing to immigrants.

Seattle Met magazine

July 17, 2017

Geek of the Week: IT veteran Joe Hueffed might have the most iconic Seattle resume ever

Prolfile of Joe Hueffed, Seattle U alumnus. 

GeekWire

July 14, 2017

Will endorsements make a difference in Seattle's mayoral race?

Story includes interview with Marco Lowe, SU professor of political science.

KING TV

July 12, 2017

Seattle City Council to vote on income tax for high earners

Story includes interview with Susan Weirich, PhD, associate professor of accounting.

KIRO 7

July 10, 2017

Number of deadly police shootings in King County is little changed over past 12 years

Story includes comments from Matthew Hickman, PhD, associate professor of criminal justice and an expert in police use of force.

The Seattle Times

July 9, 2017

Portrait of an Artist: Lawrence Pitre documents the Central District

Pitre is a 2017 graduate of Seattle U's master of fine arts program.

Real Change

July 5, 2017

Hate speech curb should look beyond Facebook, Twitter

Story includes interview with Caitlin Carlson, PhD, ass. prof. of Strategic Communications.

Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany

July 5, 2017

Signs of a ‘Resistance Burnout' at Impeachment March Seattle

Story includes comments by Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

KING TV

July 3, 2017

#SeaHomeless: Revisiting Mary’s Place in White Center, the shelter that almost wasn’t

Story includes mention of play area constructed by Seattle U civil engineering students and faculty. 

West Seattle Blog

June 28, 2017

How To Make Sense Of Competing Seattle Minimum Wage Studies

Story features interview with Joe Phillips, dean of the Albers School of Business and Economics.

KNKX-FM

June 27, 2017

Men Can Be So Hormonal

Guest op-ed by Seattle U Prof. Therese Huston.

The New York Times

June 24, 2017

Podcast: who’s got the mojo in Seattle’s wild mayoral primary?

Podcast includes interview with Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

The Seattle Times

June 23, 2017

UW tops list of most influential schools in tech

But Seattle U tech programs alumni rank number one with an average salary of over $265,000.

Geekwire

June 22, 2017

4 keys to successful debt consolidation

Story includes inteview with and comments by Mathew Isaac, SU associate professor of marketing.

Associated Press

June 15, 2017

Potential costs, complications of Seattle income tax

Story features interview with Assoc. Prof. Susan Weihrich, Albers School of Business & Economics.

KIRO 7

June 15, 2017

Ed Murray may campaign as write-in candidate for Seattle mayor, but could it even work?

Story includes comments from political science adjunct Prof. Marco Lowe.

The Seattle Times

June 15, 2017

Villanova University conference explores intersection of faith and sports

Story includes comments from Fr. Patrick Kelly of Seattle U, who studies the intersection of faith and sports.

Catholic News Service

June 14, 2017

FHIA hosts I-5 columns painting party

Story about painting the winning design by Seattle U student Nathan Watkins.

Capitol Hill Times

June 12, 2017

A New Way for Companies to Measure Consumer Engagement

Story about research by Seattle U Prof. Mathew Isaac and colleagues.

Kellogg Insight

June 8, 2017

Summer focus groups to assist with micro-community policing plans

Story about Seattle U Criminal Justice Dept. students and faculty who work with the Seattle Police Department to create community policing plans.

Capitol Hill Times

June 8, 2017

Prom king brings first feature film to Frameline

Stiory about Seattle U Film Studies alum Christopher Schaap and his film Prom King. Schasp is one of the 19 first-time feature directors whose work will be showcased June 15-25 at Frameline, San Francisco’s world-renowned LGBTQ film festival.

San Francisco Chronicle

June 7, 2017

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

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

MYNorthwest.com

June 7, 2017

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.

South China Morning Post

May 31, 2017

GOP bid to rewrite tax code falters

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

Fox Business via Wall Street Journal/Dow Jones Newswires

May 30, 2017

Opinion: The Affordable Care Act helped save my bipolar daughter

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

The Seattle Times

May 26, 2017

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. 

GeekWire

May 26, 2017

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.

Computerworld

May 25, 2017

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.

KING TV

May 24, 2017

Tennis player, nurse and teacher making a difference

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

KING TV

May 24, 2017

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. 

Q13 Fox

May 24, 2017

Eastside Legal Assistance Program looks toward medical-legal partnership

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

Bellevue Reporter

May 24, 2017

Open Seattle mayor’s race draws a long list of candidates

Story includes comments from Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

The Seattle Times

May 20, 2017

Judge Compares Trump’s Travel Ban Defense To Case For Japanese-American Incarceration

Story about legal challenge to Trump travel ban mentions Seattle U Law School's  Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, which has filed briefs in the case.

Huffington Post

May 19, 2017

Court ruling upholds therapists’ right to diagnose

Sponsored-content story about the right of marriage and family therapists to diagnose upheld in high court and an overview of the Seattle U Master of Arts in Couples and Family Therapy program.

The Seattle Times

May 19, 2017

Seattle's two largest private universities celebrate 125 years

Joint guest column by the presidents of Seattle University and Seattle Pacific Universary.

Puget Sound Business Journal

May 18, 2017

Uber Renews Push for Arbitration in Waymo Trade-Secrets Case

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

May 18, 2017

SPD program to help immigrant male youth of color completes its inaugural year

Story about the Seattle Police Department's Immigrant Family Institute program mentions involvement of, and comments by, Seattle U assistant professor of Social Work Amelia Derr.

The International Examiner

May 15, 2017

With Ed Murray out, ho-hum Seattle mayoral race now a free-for-all

Story includes comments by Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

The Seattle Times

May 15, 2017

Law student who turned life around blocked from taking bar exam

Story about Seattle U law school student Tarra Simmons who graduated yesterday but is barred from taking the bar exam due to her criminal conviction.

KING TV

May 13, 2017

Jenny Durkan, former U.S. attorney, to run for Seattle mayor

Story includes comments by Seattle U political science Prof. Marco Lowe.

The Seattle Times

May 11, 2017

A new place for Seattle’s homeless: In my backyard

Story includes comments by Seattle U law Prof. Sara Rankin, director of the Homelessness Rights Advocacy Project.

Crosscut

May 11, 2017

From Drugs To Prison To Law School, Woman Faces One Extra Hurdle To Become A Lawyer

Story about Seattle U law student Tarra Simmons.

Northwest News Network

May 11, 2017

Governor Jay Inslee: 'This is not the era of Trump'

Recap with full audio of Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's visit to Seattle U on April 12.

KUOW-FM

May 5, 2017

Class-action status sought for Louisiana indigent defense lawsuit

Story includes work of Seattle U law Prof. Robert Boruchowitz.

Times-Picayune

May 4, 2017

Profile: Who is Kshama Sawant?

Story includes analysis by Seattle U American Politics Prof. Patrick Schoettmer.

Q13 Fox

April 30, 2017

Facebook isn't doing enough to control violent posts, says expert

Story includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott.

CBC Radio

April 28, 2017

Growing Veterans: Dirt therapy works its magic on a Skagit hillside

Story about farming and peer support to troubled war veterans includes mention of ongoing Seattle U research study of its combined effect of hands-in-the-dirt farming and strong group interaction.

Cascadia Weekly

April 26, 2017

Facebook Under Fire After Two Murders Are Broadcast On Live App In Just Two Weeks

Story includes comments that Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott made to The Guardian on the topic.

The Huffington Post United Kingdom

April 26, 2017

Live and death: Facebook sorely needs a reality check about video

Story about videos of crimes posted to Facebook Live includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott.

The Guardian

April 26, 2017

Minerva Cuevas Wants to Make Your Life Easier

Story about art exhibit at Seattle U's Hedreen Galley.

Seattle Weekly

April 26, 2017

Student-run traffic court gives Seattle's teen drivers a second chance

Story about Seattle Youth Traffic Court, which is managed by Seattle U Law School students.

KING5.com

April 26, 2017

Blue-collar advantage: how working-class academics can bring us together

Scholars with working-class backgrounds are ideally placed to change how academics are perceived, says Stefanie Stiles, adjunct professor at Seattle U.

Times Higher Education

April 25, 2017

Global Washington issue brief & featured organization

April newsletter focuses on coffee farming amidst climate change and profiles of organizations, including Seattle U, that have projects to help small growers cope with the coming challenges. 

Global Washington

April 20, 2017

Megan Leonard’s cool job watching movies

Careers story by Times advertising publications about Seattle U alum who is a programmer for the Seattle International Film Festival

The Seattle Times

April 19, 2017

Jim Hayford, Seattle and the WAC’s road to relevance

Midmajormadness.com

April 19, 2017

Opinion: Fund State Need Grant, the backbone of college financial aid

Joint guest op-ed by the presidents of UW, Seattle University and Seattle Colleges urging state Legislature to fully fund the State Need Grant.

The Seattle Times

April 17, 2017

Seattle U student has grand designs

Capitol Hill Times

April 14, 2017

If We Save AmeriCorps, It May End Up Saving Us

Guest op-ed about the value of funding Americorps by Asst. Prof. Kevin Ward, Institute of Public Service.

The Huffington Post

April 14, 2017

How to Make Ads That Even Savvy Customers Trust

Story about consumer research conducted by Seattle U Albers School of Business & Economics Prof. Matt Isaac and a colleague.

Kellogg Insight

April 13, 2017

Biogas to be yielded from human waste collected from Everest Base Camp http://bit.ly/2ouNaxq

Story about project that Seattle U engineering faculty contributed to turn human waste at Mount Everest Base Camp into biogas.

The Kathmandu Post

April 13, 2017

DARK SIDE OF THE SEA: A SHRIMP SPECIES HAS BEEN NAMED AFTER PINK FLOYD

Story about discovery of new shrimp species by UK scientists and SU biology Prof. Kristin Hultgren.

Newsweek

April 12, 2017

New shrimp species named after Pink Floyd

Story about discovery of new shrimp species by biologists at Seattle U and UK institutions.

BBC News

April 12, 2017

'Pink Floyd shrimp' discovered on The Dark Side of the Lagoon

Story about discovery and naming of new species of pistol shrimp; Seattle U biology Prof. Kristin Hultgren is a co-discover.

The Oxford Times

April 12, 2017

Energy Department Announces 2018 Collegiate Wind Competition Participants

News release announcing 12 universities, including Seattle U, which will compete in the 2018 Collegiate Wind Competition.

U.S. Energy Department

April 11, 2017

Student nabs prestigious scholarship

Story about Oregon student who was awarded a prestigious Sullivan Leadership Award scholarship.

Ashland Daily Tidings

April 7, 2017

Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Seattle Ride-Share Drivers From Unionizing

Story quotes Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

KNKX-FM (NPR affiliate)

April 5, 2017

How Regressive Is the Mayor’s Sales Tax Proposal for Homelessness?

Seattle U accounting Prof. Susan Weihrich is quoted. 

Seattle Met magazine

April 4, 2017

Their son was killed working a logging job. Now they want other teens protected

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

McClatchy News

March 31, 2017

Hayford takes over at Seattle looking to find glory of past

Associated Press (via USA Today)

March 30, 2017

Meet your new Southwest Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator, Jennifer Burbridge

Story is about Seattle U Masters in Criminal Justice graduate Jennifer Burridge who was hired by the Seattle Police Dept. as a crime prevention coordinator. She is the third SU graduate student hired by the SPD this year (and one of about a dozen MACJ students to be hired by SPD in recent years).

West Seattle Blog

March 30, 2017

The death penalty is getting more and more expensive. Is it worth it?

Column co-authored by Seattle U criminal justice Prof. Pete Collins, who has conducted studies about the cost of implementing the death penalty.

The Conversation

March 30, 2017

Unionize Uber? Legal fight over Seattle drivers draws national attention

Story includes comments from Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

The Seattle Times

March 29, 2017

Honors for the 21st Century: A Revisionary Tale from Seattle University

Guest column by Seattle U Director of University Honors Program Sean McDowell.

AJCU Connections

March 28, 2017

Steve Looney, SU Hall of Famer, dies at age 70

The Seattle Times

March 28, 2017

Uber Wants Waymo Robocar Secrets Fight Out of Public View

Story quotes Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg Technology

March 27, 2017

Q&A with Sound Off! Champ Jason McCue

Story is about Seattle U environmental studies student who won Sound Off!, a 21-and-under battle of the bands, hosted by Seattle’s Museum of Popular Culture.

Seattle Magazine

March 23, 2017

Person of Interest: Troy Osaki

Stiory us about Seattle U law student Troy Osaki and his use of poetry to celebrate his heritage.

The Stranger

March 22, 2017

Seattle Law Letting Drivers Unionize Survives Uber Legal Attack

Story includes comments from Seattle U labor law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

March 17, 2017

Unique fellowship aims to use technology to bring legal help to the masses

A new fellowship launched by students from Seattle University School of Law hopes to use technology to provide legal support to those in need.

Geekwire

March 15, 2017

Unions Are Wondering: Resist or Assist?

Guest analysis by Seattle U labor law professor Charlotte Garden.

The Atlantic

March 15, 2017

Former three-strikes inmate arrested by SPD charged with four felony counts

Story includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott

KOMONews.com

March 13, 2017

Public taps 'Sunlight Over First Hill' for I-5 columns project - See more at: http://capitolhilltime

Seattle U student Nathan Hawkins artwork chosen to decorate cement columns under Interstate 5.

Capitol Hill Times

March 11, 2017

New Redmond law firm offers affordable services

Story about Seattle U law school alum who recently opened a low-bono firm with the assistance of her alma mater's Low Bono Incubator Program.

Redmond Reporter

March 10, 2017

Winner announced for I-5 column design contest

Story announcing that Seattle University student Nathan Watkins won the design competition to paint some columns under Interstate 5.

KING 5

March 10, 2017

Uber Deal Giving Drivers $1 Each Sparks Feud Among Rival Lawyers

Story quotes Seattle U labor law professor Charlotte Garden.

Bloomberg

March 10, 2017

Conservatives Ask: Is House Health Plan Unconstitutional?

Story quotes Seattle U law professor Andrew Siegel.

Roll Call

March 8, 2017

Fate of ‘Dreamers’ could hinge on which court hears Seattle-area case

Story quotes Seattle U School of Law Prof. Won Kidane.

The Seattle Times

March 7, 2017

How to avoid criticism over decision making

Story about book and research by Terese Huston, PhD, faculty development consultant at Seattle U.

Financial Times

March 7, 2017

Trump’s new travel ban avoids some legal pitfalls but not all, local experts say

Story quotes two Seattle U Law School professors, experts in immigration and constitutional law.

The Seattle Times

March 6, 2017

Trump’s puzzling strategy on old, new travel bans

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Robert Chang.

San Francisco Chronicle

March 5, 2017

A Great New Accidental Renaissance

Op-ed columnist Tim Egan attended Seattle U's Search for Meaning Fesitval.

The New York Times

March 3, 2017

Year of the Dragon: Poetry for Equality

Story is about Seattle U law school student and poet Troy Osaki whose poem Year of the Dragon was made into a short film.

KCTS 9

March 1, 2017

How immigration enforcement will change under Trump administration

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor Won Kidane. 

KING TV

February 22, 2017

The Fallout From 'A Day Without Immigrants'

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

The Atlantic

February 21, 2017

Uber, Lyft could score win in Olympia

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

Crosscut

February 21, 2017

Threats of violent Islamist and far-right extremism: What does the research say?

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice William Parkin and colleagues examine the impact of terrorist acts commited by Islamic and far-right extremists on the American public and on anti-terrorism policy.

The Conversation

February 21, 2017

Is a Tarp a Home?

The Stranger

February 15, 2017

Washington House Committee Holds Death Penalty Hearing

Includes quotes from criminal justice professor Pete Collins.

Spokane Public Radio

February 15, 2017

Unpacking Government: What Rights Do Noncitizens Have?

Story features interview with Seattle U law professor Won Kidane.

KNKX-FM

February 13, 2017

Puzder is dangerous pick for labor

Guest op-ed co-authored by Elizabeth Ford, Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at Seattle University School of Law.

The Seattle Times

February 13, 2017

Racial literacy gap hurts all Americans, black teacher says

Interview with Drego Little, adjunct humanities professor.

KUOW-FM

February 13, 2017

Nordstrom stock climbs despite tweet attack from Trump over Ivanka fashions

Story includes comments from Patrick Schoettmer, Seattle U political science instructor.

The Seattle Times

February 8, 2017

Analysis of 9th circuit of appeals hearing

Seattle U law professor Andrew Siegel offers analysis of 9th Circuit Court of Appeals hearing on Trump administration immigration order.

KING TV

February 7, 2017

This Crab Clones Its Allies by Ripping Them in Half

Story includes quote from Kristin Hultgren, Seattle U assistant professor of biology.

The Atlantic

February 7, 2017

Seattle University professor talks about Trump's immigration plan

Interview with Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

KING TV New Day Northwest

February 6, 2017

Appeals court could rule on travel ban by mid-week, say legal experts

Interview with Seattle U law professor Won Kidane.

KING TV

February 5, 2017

Kitsap's 'sanctuary' status a gray area

Includes comments from Won Kidane, Seattle U professor of law.

Kitsap Sun

February 4, 2017

Trump wants to end political limits on tax-exempt churches — should we?

Includes interview with Mark Markuly, dean of the Seattle U School of Theology & Ministry.

KUOW-FM (NPR)

February 3, 2017

How Segregated Schools Built Segregated Cities

Story authored by Seattle U Prof. Emily Lieb.

CityLab (The Atlantic Magazine)

February 2, 2017

What Does It Mean To Be A 'Sanctuary City'?

Story quotes Seattle U School of Law Prof. Won Kidane.

KNKX-FM (NPR)

February 2, 2017

Uber Offers Drivers $1 Each to Wipe Away Labor Threats Valued in Billions

Includes interview with Seattle U School of Law Prof. Charlotte Garden

Bloomberg Technology

February 1, 2017

Washington will take a swing at Trump’s order

Story includes interview with Won Kidane, Seattle U School of Law professor.

Crosscut

January 30, 2017

‘We didn’t sleep, we didn’t eat’: Families separated by Trump’s immigration ban wait and hope at Sea

Includes comments from Seattle U School of Law professor & volunteer attorney Mike Russo.

The Seattle Times

January 30, 2017

What does President Trump's proposed trade policy mean for Washington State?

Seattle U economics associate professor Brian Kelly was interviewed live to comment about impact of the president's trade announcements.

KING TV

January 27, 2017

Federal judge declares Ohio’s execution process unconstitutional

The Christian Science Monitor

January 26, 2017

Thanks for the Homeless Camps, Mayor, But Stop the Sweeps

Seattle Weekly editorial

January 25, 2017

Dance the night away to fund uncompensated care

KING TV New Day Northwest

January 25, 2017

We need real solutions to vehicle campers

The Seattle Times

January 20, 2017

Violin virtuoso gives back to Renton community

KOMONews.com

January 19, 2017

Tiny Pollinators Need Wildlife Corridors Too

The Atlantic Magazine

January 19, 2017

How to survive a 16-hour charity dance marathon

The Seattle Times

January 17, 2017

Why ‘whitesplaining’ is hurtful to people of color

THE SEATTLE TIMES GUEST OP-ED

September 22, 2016

Political expert breaks down unusual electoral map

NW CABLE NEWS

September 8, 2016

Machismo Is Ruining the Planet, Study Says

BROADLY (VICE.COM)

September 2, 2016

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