People of SU

A portrait of James Miles, facullty member

Let the Music Play

College of Arts and Sciences professor plays critical role in bringing back a one-time summertime staple, music and arts festival Bumbershoot.

August 7, 2023

Hazen alumni sibling duo teams up at Seattle U

Renton Reporter

July 31, 2023

Dan Marx, ‘02 MBA, with software engineering graduate student and intern Frank Zhang, '24.

From Networking to an Internship

Seattle University offers multiple ways for students to do meaningful work for a variety of companies and government organizations.

July 27, 2023

Portrait of Eduardo Peñalver on campus.

President Part of Summit on Equal Opportunity in Higher Ed

President Eduardo Peñalver is one of 100 university leaders nationwide to participate in the summit, presented by the U.S. Department of Education, covering topics including college admissions, affordability, equity and diversity and more.

July 26, 2023

Diversity on campus must be a top priority

Conversations Magazine

July 21, 2023

Interior shot of College of Nursing signage

Diversifying Health Care

College of Nursing receives $2.5M grant to help expand the number of BIPOC doctoral nursing practitioners and increase outreach to underrepresented populations.

July 11, 2023

Police, Privilege, and Pride

South Seattle Emerald

July 7, 2023

Natasha Martin addresses the audience at ODI 5th anniversary.

Inclusive Excellence

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion marks fifth anniversary with a celebration of past accomplishments and an acknowledgement of the challenges—and opportunities—ahead. 

July 6, 2023

group shot of students from Hazelwood Elementary

In Tune with Civic Engagement

College of Education professor designs teaching units that make learning social studies meaningful, interactive and fun.  

June 22, 2023

SU Names New VP and CFO

Chris Malins known for his ‘forward-thinking, solutions-oriented approach’ to finance. 

June 20, 2023

Student with hands in the air at the UG commencement ceremony

Congrats to the Class of 2023!

It was a weekend of celebration and exhilaration for Seattle University’s graduates.

College of Education Dean Awarded AERA Presidential Citation

The award is from the American Educational Research Association (AERA), which encourages scholarly inquiry related to education and evaluation and promotes the dissemination and practical application of research results.

June 1, 2023

Students from OCR

Projects of Impact

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

June 1, 2023

a graphic in celebration of Pride Month

Celebrating Pride Month

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

June 1, 2023

An image featuring the cover of the research journal and our students editors.

Insightful and Interesting Research on Display

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

Obituary: Mary Anne Seidel

Portland Press Herald

May 30, 2023

From the Classroom into the Real World

This year's Projects Day, on June 2, will feature engineering and computer science as well as data science students and projects in partnership with some of the most impactful companies and organizations in the Puget Sound region.  

May 22, 2023

Survey Says!

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

May 22, 2023

An image featuring Camp Korey student group as part of Projects Day.

Solving Real-World Problems One Project at a Time

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

a graphic and photo featuring Project Center team Camp Korey

Solving Real-World Problems One Project at a Time

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

May 18, 2023

The Real Threats to Free Speech

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

May 17, 2023

a group of shot of SU Bicycle Club members outside

Get Riding

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

May 17, 2023

A graphic featuring the Quadstock logo with 33.

Get Ready to Rock

Quadstock, SU's annual live music and arts festival, returns with a lineup that includes this year’s Battle of the Bands winner. 

May 15, 2023

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

On the Call

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

May 3, 2023

Portrait of Norma Fuentes

Leading with Vision

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

March 29, 2023

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