This Week at Seattle University, 10/13-10/17

Written by SA-Worker1 student
October 13, 2014

Conversations Magazine Lunch on ?Mission Integration?
Monday, Oct. 27, noon-1:15 p.m.
Student Center 130
The Office of Jesuit Mission and Identity invites you to a lunch and a ?Conversation on Conversations? with Pat Howell, S.J., Distinguished Professor in the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture, and Connie Kanter, vice president for finance and business affairs. Father Howell and Kanter both have articles in the most recent Conversations in Jesuit Higher Education magazine, which takes up the theme of ?Mission Integration.? They will address how Seattle University integrates its Jesuit mission into its decision-making, works with students and cares for one another as a community, as well as how the influence of Pope Francis, a Jesuit, is an inspiration for our work together in Jesuit higher education. A light lunch will be served. RSVP to Eddie Salazar at

Festival of Sukkot
Oct. 13, 1:30 p.m. and Oct. 14, 5:45 p.m.
Union Green (Lawn area next to the Chapel)

Join Erica Martin, lecturer in the School of Theology and Ministry, as she explains the history of this Jewish holiday and allows attendees to touch, smell and use the ritual objects of Sukkot. Martin will discuss Sukkot in the New Testament and all will enjoy delicious food. Sponsored by the School of Theology and Ministry. For more information, contact 296-5330.

Women?s Golf Hosts Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational
The Seattle University women?s golf team will host the inaugural Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational next Monday and Tuesday, October 13 and 14, at the Tacoma Country and Golf Club in Lakewood, Wash. The Redhawks will welcome 12 other intercollegiate teams to play on one of the top courses in the region. The Washington Huskies are coming off a convincing victory at their own tournament at Sahalee Country Club this past week, but they will receive competition from schools such as Washington State, Portland State, Idaho, Cal Poly and Eastern Washington. This will also be a good look into how Seattle U compares with its conference foes, as WAC members Grand Canyon and Missouri-Kansas City will be competing. The tournament is named in honor of Pat Lesser Harbottle ?55, the first female to ever play on a men?s collegiate golf team as well as the winner of numerous amateur tournaments across the country. Spectators are welcome to watch the two-day competition as the teams are scheduled to play 36 holes Monday and 18 holes Tuesday, with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start each day. Come down to Lakewood and support the Redhawks!

Employer Information Sessions
Career Services invites students to the following event. You also are invited to attend if you are interested in partnering with these companies/organizations on research opportunities or learning about positions that apply to you.
?Expedia, Oct. 14, 12:30-1:20 p.m., Engineering Room 311 ? Majors: computer science and software engineering, Master of Science in Computer Science and Master of Software Engineering
?Council on American-Islamic Relations, Oct. 15, 3-4 p.m., Pavilion Living Room ? Majors: political science, pre-law, public affairs, strategic communications, digital design and English
?Amazon, Oct. 15, 5-6 p.m. Bannan Auditorium (102) ? Majors: business, computer technology, talent acquisition
?Nordstrom, Oct. 16, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Pigott 101 ? All majors
?Pariveda Solutions, Oct. 16, 12:30-1:20 p.m., Engineering 311 ? Majors: computer science, MSCS, MSE and ECE with the Software Specialization

China Town Hall
Thursday, Oct. 16, 4-6 p.m.
Sullivan Hall C-6
Seattle University School of Law is pleased to serve as one of many sites participating in China Town Hall. ?China Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections? is a national day of programming designed to give Americans the opportunity to discuss these issues with leading experts. The event involves various local, site-specific discussions at 70 cities and a collective viewing of a live webcast and Q&A with former President Jimmy Carter. The Seattle event will include an on-site discussion led by Tabitha Mallory, a post-doctoral fellow with Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program and an expert on China and global governance. Mallory will discuss China?s role in global environmental issues and the marine environment. For more information, contact Katherine Hedland Hansen at

The Art of Peace: A Study of Peacebuilding Efforts in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Now through Dec. 10; Opening Reception: Thursday, Oct. 16, 4:30 p.m.
Kinsey Gallery (Alumni and Admissions Building)
?The Art of Peace: A Study of Peacebuilding Efforts in Bosnia-Herzegovina? is an exposition of recent photos and research carried out by Seattle University professors and students with support from Seattle University?s Global Grants. The exhibition is curated by Assistant Professors Claire Garoutte (Photography), and Serena Cosgrove and Ben Curtis (Matteo Ricci College). Most photographs were taken by recent Seattle University graduate Morgan Marler. This research trip was supported both by Seattle University?s Global Grants and by the Endowed Mission Fund. All Department of Art and Art History events are free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Poverty Education Center, Matteo Ricci College and the College of Arts and Sciences. For more information, contact Miles Schlagel at 296-5360.

A Talk on Late Renaissance Art and the Body
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 5 p.m.
Wyckoff Auditorium (EGNR 200)
Stuart Lingo, associate professor of art history at the University of Washington, will present this talk. Lingo is the author of Federico Barocci. Allure and Devotion in Late Renaissance Painting ?(Yale University Press, 2008) and was a senior fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., where he worked on his current project, Bronzinos Bodies. The Fate of Michelangelesque Art in an Age of Reform. For more information visit the Department of Art and Art History or contact Miles Schlagel at 296-5360.

Seattle University Veterans Committee Meeting and Upcoming Events
Upcoming meetings are 6 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 14, and 2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 16, both in STCN 390. The committee will be planning Veterans Day commemoration events. At Thursday?s meeting, a student Veteran supporter will discuss a VA research project. On Tuesday, Oct. 28, there will be a briefing by an AT&T recruiter and a VFW representative. Movie night will take place at the Ronald McDonald House on Friday, Oct. 31. For more information, contact Jerome Wald, or Justin Peel,

Cross Country Hosts Emerald City Open
The Seattle University cross country team hosts the annual Emerald City Open this Saturday, Oct. 18, at Lower Woodland Park. The women?s six-kilometer race will take place at 10:30 a.m., followed by the men?s eight-kilometer event at 11:15 a.m. and the alumni/family two-kilometer fun run at noon. The Redhawks are coming off a victory two weeks ago at Portland State?s meet and will look to repeat that performance. This is an important race for Seattle U, as the squad that will represent the Redhawks at the WAC Championships will begin to be established at the Emerald City Open. Also, this is the team?s Pink Meet, as the Seattle U Athletics Department continues its campaign to raise awareness about breast cancer research and treatment. Admission is free to watch the student-athletes run, so head out to Lower Woodland Park and support the Redhawks in their lone home meet of the season!

Volleyball at Connolly Center
The Seattle University volleyball team is right in the middle of the conference standings heading into a key weekend of home matches at the Connolly Center. Thursday evening, Oct. 16, starting at 6 p.m., the Redhawks host the Bakersfield Roadrunners. Seattle U will look to continue its trend of playing well on Thursday nights, as the Redhawks have won three straight Thursday contests, including last Thursday at Chicago State. Saturday, Oct. 18, starting at 1 p.m., Seattle U closes out the first half of the conference season against Grand Canyon University. The Redhawks will look to maintain their position near the top of the league standings. Seattle U students, faculty and staff receive two free tickets to every Redhawk regular season home volleyball match, so head to the Connolly Center this weekend and cheer on the Redhawks!

Men?s Soccer vs. Utah Valley
Saturday, Oct. 18, 7 p.m.
Championship Field

Coming off a convincing win over Grand Canyon last Sunday, the Seattle University men?s soccer team returns to the pitch this Saturday, Oct. 18, for a match against Utah Valley under the lights at Championship Field. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m., and another big crowd is expected to fill the stands. These two teams played to a 1-1 tie just a couple of weeks ago, and a victory will be key for Seattle U as it looks to regain its spot atop the WAC standings. It is also the annual Cystic Fibrosis Awareness night, as the men?s soccer team helps raise awareness about the need for research to find a cure. Seattle U students, faculty and staff receive two free tickets to every Redhawk home regular season soccer match, so come early and cheer loud to give the Redhawks the home advantage!