SUURJ is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal that showcases the research achievements of SU undergraduate students. The journal is a faculty-led, student-centered project published annually in May. Learn more here.
Albers' Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center fosters the entrepreneurial spirit with hands-on initiatives that require collaboration and problem-solving. The Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition is an opportunity for business students to propose business plans to early-stage company investors in a competitive environment.
This paid position allows students to expand their skills and continue research in the summer with a faculty mentor.
The Project Center connects students with businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations to collaborate on real-world assignments in a team. Student teams design, build and test projects and present their solutions in June at Projects Day.
Learn more about international initiatives at Seattle University by reading about the Global Initiative programs in Africa, India, and Central America.
Submit any original research project completed during a Seattle University course to win a $500 prize. More details and application available at Scholarworks.