New Faculty Events 2022 - RSVP


We are delighted to welcome you to Seattle University. Our already exceptional faculty will be enhanced with your arrival.

Below we have outlined several important events for you and further down, you will find an RSVP button to register for these events.

Your sessions depend on your role.

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Please use the button below labeled RSVP to register for this year's events. Please note that attendance at certain events is contractually required for some faculty members. You can find more information above, under your personal SU role. If you have additional questions regarding which events you may be required to attend, please contact us at 206-296-2144 or

Your RSVP must be submitted by 9:00 am on Wednesday, August 31. These RSVPs are important for planning purposes so that we can help make the New Faculty Institute events as productive and useful for you as possible.

We look forward to welcoming you to our community of teachers and learners, scholars and researchers. Our hope is that your first experience of faculty life at Seattle University will be rewarding and engaging.


Jodi O'Brien, PhD | Special Assistant to the Provost for Faculty Development and Sociology/College of Arts & Sciences


NFI Planning Team

David Green, PhD (NFI Co-Director) | Center for Faculty Development and International Studies/College of Arts & Sciences

Katherine Raichle, PhD (NFI Co-Director) | Center for Faculty Development and Psychology/College of Arts & Sciences

Colette Hoption, PhD | Center for Faculty Development and Management/Albers School of Business & Economics

Ajay Jamora, MSN, ARNP, CNM | College of Nursing

Doug Latch, PhD | Chemistry/College of Science & Engineering

Ana Rivero, PhD | K-12 Teaching, Learning, & Social Justice/College of Education

Jen Tilghman-Havens, MBA, MA, MSW | Center for Jesuit Education and Theology & Religious Studies/College of Arts & Sciences

Andrea Verdan, PhD | Center for Faculty Development and Chemistry/College of Science & Engineering