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Grace Stuewe's Senior Cello Recital

Posted: May 17, 2022

SU student to perform May 23 at the Chapel of St. Ignatius.


Projects Day

Posted: May 16, 2022

You are invited to the 35th annual Projects Day on June 3.


The Jesuit University in a Secular Age: Theological Perspectives

Posted: May 16, 2022

Join ICTC to celebrate faculty research as Dr. Donna Teevan of Theology and Religious Studies presents on May 25.


Strategic Conversations on Professional Development for Staff and Reimagine and Revise Our Curriculum

Posted: May 16, 2022

You are invited to hear about these initiatives which are part of Reigniting Our Strategic Directions.


Dr. Mo Sin Awarded New Grant by National Institutes of Health

Posted: May 16, 2022

The nursing faculty member will contribute to understanding risk factors associated with cognitive decline in older adults, ultimately informing approaches to early diagnosis and treatment.


Discontinuation of Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan & Mandatory Insurance Policy

Posted: May 16, 2022

As announced to students today, the changes will go in effect this fall.


2022 Emeriti Conferrals

Posted: May 13, 2022

Provost Shane Martin expresses appreciation to our new emeriti for their many years of distinguished service to Seattle University.


Join OSP on May 26 for "Essentials of Proposal Development"

Posted: May 13, 2022

Thinking of pursuing external funding in the coming months? Get yourself in grant-writing shape with this virtual session focused on the core principles of effective proposal development and writing.


Contact the Office of Student Financial Services

Posted: May 13, 2022

Need to connect with SFS staff?


Memorial and Celebration of Life for Professor David Arnesen

Posted: May 13, 2022

The Albers School invites you to gather on May 25 to remember a beloved colleague, master teacher and accomplished scholar.


Dean Mike Quinn's Retirement Reception

Posted: May 13, 2022

Celebrate College of Science and Engineering Dean Mike Quinn on May 24 as he approaches retirement.


2021-2022 Provost's Awards for Faculty

Posted: May 12, 2022

This year the Provost’s Awards Selection Committee received many applications in the areas of scholarship and service that attest to the extremely high caliber and dedicated engagement of our faculty.


2022 Faculty Tenure and Promotions

Posted: May 11, 2022

Please join in congratulating faculty who have earned tenure or been promoted for the upcoming academic year.


Cheer on the Redhawks

Posted: May 11, 2022

SU hosts the WAC Track & Field Championships May 12-14 and baseball celebrates Senior Day on Sunday.


Being a Little off, in and out and Up-Tempo: A Catholic Priest Falling in Love with Shingon Buddhism

Posted: May 11, 2022

Attend the last Interreligious Dialogue Initiative event of the year! Thierry Jean Roboüam, S.J., a Jesuit and Shingon Buddhist Priest, joins ICTC for a Zoom conversation on May 24.


Open Staff Positions – Week of May 9

Posted: May 11, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


SU Choirs Spring Concert: Songs of Life

Posted: May 11, 2022

You are invited to this in-person performance at 8 p.m. on May 20 at St. Joseph Parish.


Balancing Care and Expectations: A Conversation for Staff Working with Students

Posted: May 11, 2022

You are invited to a conversation about how to balance our SU mission of care (cura personalis) with the expectations we have for students and our need to care for ourselves.


Preparing for Finals Workshop

Posted: May 11, 2022

Learning Assistance Programs is here to help prepare for finals. Join subject specialist Nicole on May 18 to learn study tips and strategies for a successful finals week.


OMA Speaks: The Power of Storytelling

Posted: May 11, 2022

This month's OMA Speaks, which takes place May 19, focuses on sharing cultural identity.


Textbook Donations for Desserts

Posted: May 11, 2022

Bring old/unused textbooks to any collegia space on campus and retrieve a treat and be entered into a giveaway for more treats.


Upcoming Faculty Events on Scholarship, Leadership and Connecting with Community

Posted: May 11, 2022

The Center for Faculty Development is holding three upcoming sessions for faculty.


Remembering Father Foster

Posted: May 10, 2022

John Foster, S.J., a Jesuit who served Seattle University in many capacities for three decades, passed away April 27 at the age of 88.


Farewell for Tim Leary

Posted: May 10, 2022

After 25 years of service to Seattle University, Tim Leary is stepping down as executive vice president.


CEJS Student Fellowship Presentations

Posted: May 10, 2022

Come and hear the end-of-year research presentations by CEJS student fellows Breann Kniffen (Cell and Molecular Biology, '23) and Donna Shahbazi (School of Law, '24).


CDLI Workshops – May 18-19

Posted: May 9, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering these workshops for any interested faculty.


Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition Finals

Posted: May 6, 2022

Attend the May 20 finals and see who takes home the $10,000 grand prize!


STM Student & Alumni Discernment Circle

Posted: May 6, 2022

CEIE is collaborating with students and alumni of Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry on plans for the coming academic year.


“‘Heavenly Learning’: Jesuit Science in Imperial China”

Posted: May 6, 2022

Please join Professor Florence Hsia for the third Peter L. Lee Endowed Lecture in East Asian Culture and Civilization on May 16.


Provost Fellows Award Announcement

Posted: May 5, 2022

Fellows will support the objectives of our Reigniting Our Strategic Directions Goals.


Student Complaint Process

Posted: May 4, 2022

The Office of the Dean of Students recently published a process for students to seek resolution for non-academic complaints.


Strategic Conversations on Campus Climate Incident Reporting and Response Protocol and Supplier Diversity Program

Posted: May 4, 2022

You are invited to these sessions on topics related to promoting inclusive excellence. The strategic conversations take place May 11 and 13.


Gospel Leadership Among Roman Catholic Women

Posted: May 4, 2022

Dr. Jeanette Rodriguez and Dr. Sharon Callahan present on their research, which considers the priestly leadership some women offer their faith, local and institutional communities, on May 17.


"The Case of the Missing Lightning Bat" by Victor Evans

Posted: May 4, 2022

The 2022 Sharon James Lecture features Dr. Evans’s new middle-grade mystery, one of very few featuring an LGBTQ African-American character.


Geopolitics Meets Pop Culture: Eurovision Song Contest Semi-final 2

Posted: May 4, 2022

Drop by to join other students, faculty and staff to view semi-final 2 of the most-watched TV entertainment show in the world on May 12.


Return of the Annual MATH+ART Event

Posted: May 4, 2022

The Math Department invites you to hear acclaimed writer Stephen Ornes speak about math, art and truth, with food treats to follow.


Open Staff Positions – Week of May 2

Posted: May 3, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


Professor Robert Chang Named 2022–2023 McGoldrick Fellow

Posted: May 3, 2022

The School of Law professor is nationally recognized for his teaching and scholarly activities, legal career and advocacy for civil rights.


Honoring Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Posted: May 3, 2022

As we mark the beginning of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, SU affirms the rich tapestry of cultures, ethnicities and experiences of this diverse and vibrant community.


A Conversations Magazine Lunch and Conversation – Deeds More Than Words: The Ignatian Work of Racial Justice at Seattle University

Posted: May 3, 2022

The Center for Jesuit Education invites faculty and staff to attend this conversation, in person or virtually, on Friday, May 13.


Do You Need a New Computer?

Posted: May 2, 2022

Is your computer running Windows 7? Or worse...Windows XP? Is it held together with duct tape? Let IT Services help you!


CEIE Webinar Series: Ukraine and the World–Balancing Global Compassion

Posted: May 2, 2022

The invasion of Ukraine stresses food insecurity, access to funding programs and sustained advocacy across the world.


Search Retreat—Request for Letters

Posted: May 2, 2022

Faculty and staff are encouraged to write letters to the students participating in the retreat. The deadline is May 11.


Putin Confronts the Free World: A Discussion with General Barry McCaffrey; Featuring Gary Locke

Posted: May 2, 2022

Seattle University’s “Conversations” series continues Monday, May 16.


Familiar Face Visits Campus

Posted: May 2, 2022

Ciscoe Morris, who served for 23 years as SU’s grounds manager, returned to campus last week.


Mental Health Awareness Month

Posted: May 2, 2022

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which is recognized annually across the country as a way to bring attention to the importance of caring for our mental health.


CDLI Workshop – May 9

Posted: May 2, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering a workshop on open educational resources for any interested faculty.


IT Recycling Drive

Posted: May 1, 2022

Do you have an old computer sitting in a drawer? Did you know those old computers can be recycled?


Cameo for Albers Professor

Posted: April 28, 2022

Meena Rishi appears in a recent episode of "Three Busy Debras."


More Open Staff Positions for This Week

Posted: April 27, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are some current featured staff position openings.


Information Session: Migration Justice Immersion in Mexico with Kino Border Initiative

Posted: April 27, 2022

Students are encouraged to learn about this opportunity for fall quarter 2022 and winter break.


Information Session: Housing Justice Immersion in Mexico with Fundacion Esperanza de Mexico

Posted: April 27, 2022

Information sessions are available for interested students on May 3 and May 5.


OMA Speaker Nominations and RSVPs for Graduation Celebrations

Posted: April 25, 2022

Nominate a student, faculty or staff member to be a keynote speaker at the Office of Multicultural Affairs' graduation celebrations.


From Transaction to Transformation: New Models of Leadership and Capacity Building in Community Organizations

Posted: April 25, 2022

Join ICTC to celebrate faculty research as Dr. Maureen Emerson Feit of Nonprofit Leadership presents on May 3.


Open Staff Positions – Week of April 25

Posted: April 25, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


CDLI Workshops – May 2-4

Posted: April 25, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning and Innovation is offering sessions on Canvas New Quizzes, Whiteboarding and Making the Most of Canvas Gradebook.


Tuition Remission Benefit – New Online Form

Posted: April 22, 2022

The Tuition Remission benefit process for eligible staff and faculty has moved online with Etrieve (Softdocs).


"The Digital Classroom: Teaching During the COVID Era"

Posted: April 22, 2022

Computer Science Professor David Malan, who teaches one of the most popular courses at Harvard, will share insights on digital innovation, transformation and lessons learned.


Student Produced > Sparking the Imagination Video on Listening for Repair and Renewal

Posted: April 22, 2022

CEIE shares brief videos on monthly themes to spark your imagination. Reflecting on the pandemic, we may ask, "How can you help repair and renew your community?"


Professor Charles Tung Presents Paper at Conference

Posted: April 22, 2022

Dr. Charles Tung, professor and chair of English, presented the paper “Modernist Clockwork and the Rescaling of Historical Possibility” at the Modernist Studies Association Digital Conference.


Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month

Posted: April 21, 2022

Please share with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion resources and events so they can help affirm and amplify the significance of the month.


Organizing Transformative Justice Responses to Gender-based Violence and Campus Sexual Violence

Posted: April 21, 2022

Xhercis Méndez is founder of The University TJ Project, which works with faculty, staff and administrators at institutions of higher education nationally to address sexual violence.


Breaking Bread: Mass and Community Conversation

Posted: April 21, 2022

All faculty and staff are welcome to celebrate Mass at the Chapel of St. Ignatius with Mike Bayard, S.J., presiding and preaching, followed by a lunch on May 2.


CDLI Workshop on Open Educational Resources

Posted: April 21, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning and Innovation invites faculty to this session on April 28.


Join the Laudato Si’ Strategic Conversation

Posted: April 21, 2022

Learn more about SU’s commitment to Pope Francis’  Seven Year Journey Toward Integral Ecology, which is part of Reigniting Our Strategic Directions.


Nominations are Opening Soon for the Staff Council Term Beginning July 2022

Posted: April 21, 2022

Nominations open April 25.


Awakening Our Plant Relationships: An Introduction to Regional Plants and Indigenous Teachings

Posted: April 21, 2022

Spring gathering featuring indigenous knowledge keepers Azure Boure' (Suquamish), Mariana Harvey (Yakama) and Itsa Shash (Indeh, Mexica, Xicano Indio), as well as native plant specialist Elise Krohn.


GSOCC and Lavender Celebration Award Nominations

Posted: April 21, 2022

Nominate a graduating student, staff or faculty for GSOCC and Lavender Celebration awards.


2022 Albers Ethics Week Keynote Events

Posted: April 21, 2022

2022 Albers Ethics Week (May 2-6) is around the corner, and you are invited to attend two keynote events exploring ethics and corporate culture.


Completing Athletes: How Emotional Intelligence Unleashes Athletic Excellence

Posted: April 21, 2022

The Kinesiology Department welcomes former Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl 48 champion D'Anthony Smith, who will visit campus to deliver a keynote address on April 29.


Celebration of Staff

Posted: April 19, 2022

Please plan to join colleagues on Friday, May 27, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Quad for the 2022 Celebration of Staff.


CurveCon 2022

Posted: April 19, 2022

The third annual student conference on women, gender and sexuality studies takes place April 22.


Mariners President of Operations Catie Griggs Headlines Albers Executive Speaker Series This Spring

Posted: April 19, 2022

The highest-ranking female business executive in baseball is looking to revitalize the Mariners franchise by bringing a laser focus to the fan experience.


SU Featured in Land Management Report

Posted: April 19, 2022

Seattle University is among the institutions profiled in The State of Ecological Campus Land Management Across the U.S.


The Basin and Towel: A Summit on Synod, Women and the Future Leadership

Posted: April 18, 2022

The April 30 summit includes a facilitated four-part movement of discernment, discussion, prayer, a shared meal and live art, poetry and music, with a special performance by the Gospel Truth Choir.


Hindus for Human Rights and Creative Responses to Derision

Posted: April 14, 2022

In this interview with CEIE, Nikhil Mandalaparthy discusses how to respond with courage and creative action to the challenge of the rising contemporary ideology of Hindu nationalism.


Chapel Turns 25: Share What It Means to You

Posted: April 14, 2022

This spring, as the Chapel of St. Ignatius celebrates its 25th anniversary, please share your music, art, and photos inspired by the space, as well as stories of the Chapel’s impact on your life.


Easter Festivities at Softball Saturday

Posted: April 14, 2022

Support the Redhawks Sunday at 1 p.m. and bring the kids for some Easter festivities.


LAP Workshop – The Window of Tolerance: Preventing and Handling Burnout

Posted: April 14, 2022

This free workshop will inform students and our campus community about the signs of burnout and how to prevent it from happening.


Farewell Reception for JoAnn Lopez

Posted: April 14, 2022

Campus Ministry is hosting two farewell events to celebrate and thank JoAnn Lopez for her work and leadership at SU over the past seven years.


Physics Associate Professor Awarded Collaborative Grant from Murdock Trust

Posted: April 14, 2022

In partnership with colleagues from three other institutions, Dr. Hughes Clark will use funding from the Trust to study extra-tidal stars surrounding 20 globular clusters in the inner Milky Way.


Both Extirpate and Vagabond Forever: Material Formations of Faith in Early Modern Compilation

Posted: April 14, 2022

Join ICTC to celebrate faculty research as Dr. Allison Machlis Meyer of the Department of English presents on April 27.


Earth Talks

Posted: April 14, 2022

Celebrate Earth Day and the work by SU students, faculty and community partners contributing to a just and sustainable world.


Open Staff Positions – Week of April 11

Posted: April 13, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


Center for Faculty Development Events for Spring 2022

Posted: April 12, 2022

Explore this quarter’s wide variety of programming to support SU faculty. Faculty Development events are open to all faculty contracted with SU.


SUpercopy New Hours

Posted: April 12, 2022

Effective May 1 SUpercopy's new operating hours will be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.


Watch “Student Stories: Repair and Renewal”

Posted: April 12, 2022

Enjoy CEIE’s Student Stories series on engaging monthly themes. This time we hear from SU students on the pandemic and ways they connect with their community to bring repair and find renewal.


April SU Staff Council Meeting

Posted: April 11, 2022

Please join Staff Council's monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 13, from 1 to 3 p.m.


CDLI Workshops – April 21 and 22

Posted: April 11, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is a number of workshops next week for any interested faculty.


“Growing Up Biden” by Valerie Biden Owens

Posted: April 11, 2022

Valerie Biden Owens, President Joe Biden’s younger sister, trusted confidante and lifelong campaign manager, talks about her new memoir with SU's Dr. Jeanette Rodriguez.


Spring 2022 Office of Sponsored Projects Observer Newsletter Available

Posted: April 11, 2022

Learn about recently awarded external funding, upcoming OSP events, new resources and other sponsored projects updates in this quarter's OSP Observer.


Fundraisers for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Posted: April 11, 2022

Various campus partners invite you to support King County Sexual Assault Resource Center through a series of fundraisers in the coming weeks.


Social Justice Advocacy - Necessary Trouble

Posted: April 8, 2022

The College of Nursing welcomes Dr. Coretta Jenerette as keynote for the Dr. Luth M. Tenorio College of Nursing Dean's Endowed Lectureship. The lecture takes place April 26.


Self Defense Workshop & Empowerment with Strategic Living

Posted: April 8, 2022

Public Safety is offering a virtual workshop on April 13 and an in-person session on April 20.


Celebrate Holy Week at the Chapel

Posted: April 8, 2022

All are invited to Seattle University’s Holy Week celebrations at the Chapel of St. Ignatius as we mark the 25th anniversary of the Chapel’s dedication.


Textbook Adoptions for Summer and Fall Quarters

Posted: April 7, 2022

May 1 is the target date for submissions. SU's Campus Store is competing with universities throughout the country for used books.


National Student Employment Week: April 10–16

Posted: April 7, 2022

We are grateful for our student employees and supervisors. Submit your nominations for the Shine Awards. Student employees and supervisors, stop by Pavilion on Thursday, April 14, for free coffee!


Zen Meditation for Daily Living: Sessions Begin April 12

Posted: April 6, 2022

The Center for Jesuit Education invites faculty and staff to explore the practice of meditation (inspired by the Zen tradition) and how it can enhance your daily life.


Join the Faculty Development Strategic Conversation

Posted: April 6, 2022

Co-chairs for the Goal 2 Professional Development for Faculty working group, Jodi O’Brien and Allison Henrich, invite the SU community to an April 13 conversation centered on reimagining faculty.


Climate Anxiety Panel & Discussion

Posted: April 5, 2022

Understand your climate anxiety, process it through action and learn how to implement the actions in our own community.


A Pause Midweek: Soul Sessions

Posted: April 5, 2022

Led by your colleagues, Soul Sessions is a series of brief (15-minute) and accessible community gatherings to help you pause, breathe, reflect and find inspiration for your daily life and work.


LAP Workshop: Canva Résumés for Creatives

Posted: April 5, 2022

This April 13 workshop is an opportunity for students to learn how to use Canva for eye-catching résumés, cover letters and more to showcase their creative style and attention to detail.


Course Pack Deadlines for Summer and Fall Quarters

Posted: April 4, 2022

The final submission deadline for Summer and Fall Quarter 2022 course packs composed of all material is April 20 and July 13, respectively.


CDLI Workshops – April 5–13

Posted: April 4, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering a number of workshops for any interested faculty.


Open Staff Positions – Week of April 4

Posted: April 4, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


Beyond Wall Street: Hegel as Founder of the Concept of a Welfare State

Posted: April 4, 2022

Klaus Vieweg, professor of philosophy at the Friedrich-Schiller University in Germany, will highlight significant connections between Hegel's philosophy and the modern welfare state.


Meet the New Seattle Mayor: Where Do We Go From Here?

Posted: April 1, 2022

Mayor Bruce Harrell, after his first months in office, describes plans for turning the city around.


The Negro Passion Play: Script Reading

Posted: April 1, 2022

OMA and Campus Ministry are excited to invite you to come get a first look at "The Negro Passion Play," written by Kathya Alexander and directed by Tyrone Brown.


Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Posted: April 1, 2022

Seattle University is recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) during April by hosting a number of events related to awareness, education and prevention for the SU community.


CEIE Podcast: Fazlun Khalid Shares Reflections on COP 26 and the Human Challenge

Posted: March 31, 2022

Engineer and interfaith ecologist Fazlun Khalid addresses how unchecked development and innovation are destroying the environment, and our responsibility is to be aware of our own impact.


Ramadan Observance 2022

Posted: March 31, 2022

As Ramadan begins April 1, faculty and staff ask are asked to extend our students your courtesy and partnership to assist them in honoring their religious commitments.


Earth Month at Seattle U

Posted: March 31, 2022

Participate in the many Earth Month events that encourage learning, action and advocacy around the urgent need for environmental justice, sustainable development and climate solutions.


Strategic Conversations Series Kicks off in April

Posted: March 30, 2022

The series will focus on emergent topics from the implementation plans for Reigniting Our Strategic Directions.


Award Nominations NOW Open

Posted: March 29, 2022

Do you have a student, club, organization, office, faculty or staff member you would like to nominate for this years Award Celebrations? Submit your nomination today!


Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo on Finding a Way: 30 Years of Buddhist Nuns Stepping Up in the World

Posted: March 29, 2022

Presented by the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement's Religica Theolab, this podcast features Ven. Tsomo, a beacon of hope for Buddhist women.


BIPOC Faculty: Join LIFT SU for Quarterly Writing Retreats and Weekly Write-On-Sites

Posted: March 29, 2022

LIFT SU Writes is a writing facilitation program designed to increase productivity while developing a sustainable writing practice.


Staff Flexwork Pilot Update

Posted: March 28, 2022

Cabinet has approved a Flexible Work Arrangement Policy.


To See All Things New: An Ignatian Silent Retreat for Faculty and Staff

Posted: March 28, 2022

Renew your spirit and vision for life! Give yourself the gift of a weekend retreat based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.


Submit an iLEAD 2022 Workshop Proposal Today

Posted: March 28, 2022

Center for Student Involvement is hosting the annual iLead 2022 Conference for SU student leaders. This year's conference theme is Reflection, Resilience, Reinvention: Leading in the Age of Change.


Grant Awarded to Support Kinesiology Student

Posted: March 28, 2022

Kinesiology graduate student Ashley Buck, supervised by Dr. Sarah Shultz, was awarded a grant from The Biomechanics Initiative, Inc.


Join the Seattle University Team in This Year's Earth Month EcoChallenge

Posted: March 28, 2022

Pick a personal action and take your small step to make our common home a healthier, more equitable and sustainable place. Prizes for the top three winners!


CDLI Workshops: March 30-April 1

Posted: March 28, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering a number of workshops for any interested faculty this week.


New Telehealth Service for Students – Starts Today

Posted: March 28, 2022

Seattle University has launched TimelyCare, the only student-first telehealth provider that offers a complete care solution.


Open Staff Positions – Week of March 28

Posted: March 25, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


Announcement from the Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Posted: March 25, 2022

Professor Brooke Coleman will serve as special assistant to the vice president for diversity and inclusion.


President Peñalver Joins CEIE's Religica Theolab Podcast

Posted: March 25, 2022

The Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement welcomes SU's president for a conversation on "Global Challenges, SU Curriculum and Raising Our Empathy I.Q."


El Hadji Ndiaye Presents at European Anti-Racism Summit

Posted: March 22, 2022

The summit, which took place March 21, was organized by the European Commission.


Virtual SU Staff Council Drop-In Office Hour

Posted: March 21, 2022

Staff Council invites staff to its monthly drop-in office hour this Thursday March 24.


You're Invited: Starting the Conversation–Social Class Identity at Seattle U

Posted: March 21, 2022

Student Persistence and Dr. Sonja Ardoin will be hosting a virtual learning opportunity for faculty and staff to critically examine social class identity and inclusivity at SU.


Open Staff Positions–Week of March 21

Posted: March 21, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


Seeking Volunteers for Spring Ball

Posted: March 21, 2022

Student Events & Activities Council will be hosting their annual Spring Ball on April 8 and they are seeking faculty and staff volunteers for the event at MoPop.


BIPOC Faculty: Join LIFT SU for Its Winter Quarter Virtual Writing Retreat

Posted: March 21, 2022

LIFT SU will be hosting an all-day virtual writing retreat for BIPOC faculty on March 24. Come work on your writing goals in community with other BIPOC faculty.


Sign up Now for Outdoor Trips, Lap Swim, Intramurals and Group Fitness

Posted: March 21, 2022

University Recreation shares these opportunities for fitness and fun during spring quarter.


Humanitarian Support for the People of Ukraine

Posted: March 18, 2022

The thoughts and prayers of the entire Seattle University community are with all those affected by the war in Ukraine. Wondering how you can help?


APSR Seeks Input from Event Planners and Coordinators

Posted: March 17, 2022

As part of Phase 2 of the Administrative Programs and Services Review, those who participate in the planning and coordination of events are asked to complete a survey on or before April 1.


Mission Day

Posted: March 17, 2022

President Peñalver invites faculty and staff to Mission Day on April 7.


A Spring Retreat for Women in Mission: Tender and Fierce: Longing for Wholeness

Posted: March 16, 2022

Join this supportive group of Seattle University faculty and staff women who gather for intentional reflection and community-building across disciplines, departments and units.


Student-Produced > Sparking the Imagination Video on Listening in a Pandemic Age

Posted: March 16, 2022

The Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement shares brief videos on monthly themes.


UREC Spring Break Hours

Posted: March 16, 2022

Please note University Recreation's adjusted hours for the break.


Professor Henry Louie Awarded Funding from NSF to Promote Energy Access

Posted: March 16, 2022

The NSF-funded workshop will convene academic, industry, government and non-government stakeholders to expand undergraduate involvement in humanitarian engineering activities promoting energy access.


Synodality as a Pathway to Unity, Justice and Inclusion with Bishop McElroy

Posted: March 15, 2022

Join ICTC for the first in-person Catholic Heritage Lecture of the year! Bishop McElroy visits SU on Monday, March 28.


Computer Science Assistant Professor Hidy Kong Awarded NSF Grant

Posted: March 15, 2022

Assistant Professor Kong was recently awarded an NSF grant to develop visual analysis strategies that integrate multimodal data and machine learning techniques.


Restorative Community–Police Dialogue Circles

Posted: March 14, 2022

Faculty and staff are encouraged to share with students this opportunity to take a new practicum course that provides an opportunity to engage with police in a restorative circle dialogue format.


Policing the Black Man: Arrest, Prosecution, and Imprisonment

Posted: March 14, 2022

The Crime & Justice Research Center invites you to participate in its annual continuing education event.


Professor Teodora Shuman on Organizing Committee for ASME Leadership Summit

Posted: March 14, 2022

The summit was attended by nearly 400 department heads, chairs, program directors and other leaders in mechanical engineering.


Albers Professor Sarah Bee Awarded Grant from Internal Audit Foundation

Posted: March 14, 2022

The grant will support the Seattle University Internal Auditing Education Program curriculum and marketing.


Arun Gandhi: Learning from Grandfather and Transforming Enemies into Friends

Posted: March 11, 2022

The Religica Theolab at the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement presents this interview with the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.


Proven Leader Begins as Senior Advisor for Global Engagement

Posted: March 10, 2022

Seattle University welcomes David Woodward, who brings 30-plus years of senior-level leadership in working collaboratively with higher education institutions worldwide.


College of Science and Engineering Dean

Posted: March 9, 2022

Amit Shukla, PhD, currently chair of the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at Miami University, has been appointed the next Dean of the College of Science and Engineering.


The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice Reading and Reflection Group   

Posted: March 9, 2022

The Center for Jesuit Education invites you to join a reading and reflection group utilizing The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola.


Invitation to Faculty: Attend the Annual Collegium – A Colloquy on Faith and Intellectual Life

Posted: March 9, 2022

Every year ICTC sponsors a faculty member to attend Collegium. This year’s Collegium summer colloquy is being held June 10-17, at Saint John’s University, Collegeville, MN.


Student-Produced: Sparking the Imagination Video on Interfaith Harmony

Posted: March 9, 2022

At a time when global conflict reminds us of the precious gift of peace, CEIE shares brief videos on a monthly theme.


Dr. Allison Henrich Speaks on the Humanizing Gift of Mathematics

Posted: March 9, 2022

In this podcast presented by CEIE, Henrich speaks about the beauty of math, overcoming math anxiety and the discipline's capacity to help us succeed in many areas of life.


Buy a Raffle Ticket and Support the Albers School's Diversity Scholarships

Posted: March 9, 2022

Prizes include two tickets to anywhere Alaska Airlines flies. The drawing takes place June 10.


Open Staff Positions - Week of March 7

Posted: March 9, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


Honoring International Women's Day

Posted: March 8, 2022

In recognition of International Women’s Day, we honor the numerous expressions of women’s leadership on our campus and acknowledge the ongoing challenges to full empowerment for women and girls.


ICTC Summer Course Development Fellowships

Posted: March 8, 2022

Faculty are invited to apply for a 2022-23 Summer Course Development Fellowship ($3,000 stipend). Attend the info session on March 30. Applications will be accepted through May 1.


Have Coffee, Share Feedback with the President

Posted: March 8, 2022

The campus community is invited to coffee hour with President Eduardo Peñalver this Friday and to share feedback on the President's website.


Celebrating International Women's Day and Women's History Month

Posted: March 7, 2022

The Office of Human Resources invites you to participate in LinkedIn Learning's March Challenge.


March SU Staff Council Meeting

Posted: March 7, 2022

Please join Staff Council for its monthly meeting on March 9.


Bloodworks NW Donor Research Program

Posted: March 7, 2022

When you donate blood for research, you are contributing to scientific knowledge and medical breakthroughs that may help people with cancer, heart disease and autoimmune diseases in the future.


Virtual Drop-In Writing Help

Posted: March 7, 2022

Students can stop by with no appointment necessary for drop-in help with a consultant.


Center for Community Engagement Receives Award to Support Early Learning Program

Posted: March 7, 2022

CCE's Early Learning Program was awarded $150,000 from the Bainum Family Foundation to continue its support of families and young children in our community.


Cheer Men’s Basketball on to a WAC Championship Saturday

Posted: March 3, 2022

The Redhawks are 22-8 and have a first-ever WAC Championship in their sights.


Maguire Lecture for Faith and Justice Featuring Rev. Harriett Walden of Mothers for Police Accountability

Posted: March 3, 2022

Rev. Walden speaks at this free lecture and dinner about her work for racial and social justice in Seattle.


Announcing a New Opportunity to Support Homeownership

Posted: March 2, 2022

A series of information sessions will be hosted in March.


Advanced Studio Presents...Snake Pit! in the Vachon Gallery

Posted: March 2, 2022

The exhibition opens to the public with a celebratory reception on March 3 and runs through March 31.


Open Staff Positions

Posted: March 1, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


Vice President for Mission Integration Open Forum Sessions

Posted: March 1, 2022

Please get your feedback surveys turned in as early as possible Monday, March 14.


Vigil for Ukraine

Posted: March 1, 2022

As a university community, we condemn the tragic and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces. Campus Ministry invites you to a vigil at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 3.


The Evolving Place of Women in the Buddhist World: Interreligious Connections

Posted: February 28, 2022

Join ICTC for this first IDI conversation of the year with Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo, a Buddhist scholar and activist.


BIPOC Faculty: Join LIFT SU for Its Winter Quarter Writing Retreat

Posted: February 28, 2022

LIFT SU will be hosting an all-day writing retreat for BIPOC faculty on March 24. Come work on your writing goals in community with other BIPOC faculty.


Open Forum on Ukraine

Posted: February 28, 2022

This forum, which takes place 5 p.m on Tuesday, March 1, is an opportunity to discuss, ask questions and share insights about the rapidly unfolding events in Ukraine.


2022 Project Positive: Soothe Your Soul

Posted: February 28, 2022

UREC presents its yearly campaign focused on self-acceptance and overall wellbeing.


Reigniting Our Strategic Directions Video

Posted: February 24, 2022

President Peñalver updates the campus community on the implementation of Seattle University's strategic plan.


Abolition on the Ground: Reporting from the Movement to #DefundthePolice

Posted: February 24, 2022

Professor Dean Spade, Wismer Professor in Gender and Diversity Studies, 2022-2024, begins a series of events on intersectional feminism with the first taking place next Tuesday, March 1.


Complete This Two-Minute Survey About News & Events in the SU Community

Posted: February 24, 2022

Please take this brief survey and support Marketing Management students at Albers in their research on how the SU community learns about news and events.


Using Reflective Practices to Deepen Teaching and Learning

Posted: February 23, 2022

Faculty are invited to join for this quarter's final offering in the Teaching in the Jesuit Tradition workshop series on March 4.


Breaking Bread

Posted: February 23, 2022

The Center for Jesuit Education invites you to this mass and conversation on March 10.


National Study Abroad Day

Posted: February 23, 2022

Please encourage students to study abroad by sharing your international work and study experiences.


Open Staff Positions

Posted: February 22, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here are this week's featured staff position openings.


The New FORWARD Impact Newsletter Is Available

Posted: February 19, 2022

Read the new issue, which showcases the impact of our faculty, staff, alumni and donors.


The Sundborg Center for Community Engagement Open House Week

Posted: February 18, 2022

CCE is hosting an open house for the campus community to get to know its work and space.


Protecting Vulnerable Children from Gang Violence and Organized Crime in Northern Triangle and Mexico

Posted: February 18, 2022

Dr. Serena Cosgrove, faculty coordinator of the Central America Initiative, will present at the Feb. 23 virtual discussion taking place Feb. 23.


My Professional Life in Another Language

Posted: February 18, 2022

Join the Modern Languages & Cultures Department in celebrating the professional achievements of our alumni at this event on Feb. 24.


Ash Wednesday Mass Times

Posted: February 18, 2022

Join us at the Chapel for Ash Wednesday Masses at 12:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. on March 2.


Laziness Does Not Exist

Posted: February 18, 2022

Join Nonprofit Leadership for a live conversation and audience Q&A with Dr. Devon Price on March 17.


OSP Office Hours: Getting Started with GrantForward

Posted: February 18, 2022

Unsure where to begin with finding funding for your project or program? Drop by during office hours for help setting up your GrantForward profile!


Watch the RoundTable: SU Students on Climate Change and Mental Health

Posted: February 17, 2022

This RoundTable video is led by Abhay Singh Sachal, director of Break the Divide, a global student network for change, and features SU's CEIE student affiliates.


Strengthening Actions for Nature to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

Posted: February 17, 2022

SU's Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement is a planning partner for the United Nations Environment Assembly, which takes place Feb. 21-March 4.


Graduate School Fair for Health Professions

Posted: February 17, 2022

Please encourage your students to sign up and attend the fair on March 3.


School of Law Dean

Posted: February 17, 2022

Professor Anthony “Tony” Varona has been appointed the next Dean of Seattle University’s School of Law.


Faculty and Staff of Color Retreat

Posted: February 16, 2022

BIPOC faculty and staff are invited to this retreat, which takes place March 4-6 at Dumas Bay Retreat Center in Federal Way. Applications are due Feb. 25.


Redhawk Dining Celebrates Black History Month by Showcasing Black-owned Businesses Next Week

Posted: February 16, 2022

Visit Cherry Street Market Feb. 21-24 to partake of this wonderful food. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the Black Student Union Scholarship.


First-Place Men’s Hoops Hosts Two Key Games

Posted: February 16, 2022

Join the Redhawks during this historic season as they play their final game this season at Climate Pledge Arena Saturday before hosting perennial league power New Mexico State on Monday.


Search Retreat - Request for Letters

Posted: February 16, 2022

Faculty and staff are encouraged to write letters to the students participating in the retreat. The deadline is Feb. 23.


Undocu Ally Training

Posted: February 16, 2022

Faculty and staff are invited to participate in this two-day, virtual training on March 10 and 11.


International Dinner 2022 | Around the World: Night Market

Posted: February 16, 2022

A great Seattle University tradition returns on March 5. Get your tickets today!


Have Coffee, Share Feedback with the President

Posted: February 15, 2022

Here are two opportunities to interact with President Eduardo Peñalver.


Hump Day Hoops at the Redhawk Center

Posted: February 15, 2022

Celebrate Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night with women’s basketball on Wednesday, Feb. 16.


Responding to the Cry of the Poor: A Laudato Sí Conversation with Cardinal Wilton Gregory

Posted: February 15, 2022

ICTC invites you to this special event on Feb. 24 with Cardinal Gregory. The first African American cardinal, he has spoken extensively on Pope Francis' work on environmental justice.


De-Stress with Dogs

Posted: February 14, 2022

This signature event returns in-person on March 17. Will you and your dog participate?


Recycle Your Disposable Masks With TerraCycle and Contribute to SU’s Zero Waste Legacy

Posted: February 11, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the use of disposable masks a necessity in our daily lives, but that doesn’t mean it’s necessary to send them to the landfill.


Latest Podcast from CEIE: An Interview with Father Kureethadam, Advisor to the Pope

Posted: February 11, 2022

Father Joshtrom Isaac Kureethadam is one of the closest advisers to Pope Francis on climate. He recently spoke with the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement.


BIPOC faculty: Join LIFT SU for Quarterly Writing Retreats and Weekly Write-On-Sites

Posted: February 10, 2022

LIFT SU Writes is a writing facilitation program designed to increase productivity while developing a sustainable writing practice.


Take One Minute to Participate in a Native Bee Survey for SU

Posted: February 10, 2022

Your answers will support signage about native bees on campus.


College of Education Adjunct Faculty Member Receives Highest U.S. Award for Science and Mathematics Teachers and Mentors

Posted: February 9, 2022

Allison Greenberg, an adjunct faculty member in the College of Education’s Department of Professional and Continuing Education, is a recipient of the Presidential Award.


Celebrating Black History Month Through Learning

Posted: February 9, 2022

The Office of Human Resources invites you to celebrate Black History Month (BHM) through virtual learnings.


Hidden Mercy: Stories of Catholic Responses to the AIDS Epidemic

Posted: February 9, 2022

Author Michael J. O’Loughlin will present at a Feb. 16 event that will be in-person and livestreamed.


Two SU Students to Participate in Dialogue with Pope Francis

Posted: February 9, 2022

The SU community is encouraged to register and watch the virtual event on Feb. 24.


OMA Speaks: Black Panthers & Food Justice

Posted: February 9, 2022

Learn about the Black Panther Party and their initiatives to address food insecurity in the U.S. on Feb. 17.


Spring Quarter Book Orders Due

Posted: February 9, 2022

If you haven’t yet, please submit your orders as soon as possible.


A Special Report - Faith Group Activity Among Catholic Young Adults: Many Living the Faith Outside of the Parish

Posted: February 8, 2022

Recent research shows young adult Catholics are more engaged with their faith than thought, but it is outside of the local parish. How does this impact parish life?


Share Your International Experiences

Posted: February 7, 2022

Feb. 28 is National Study Abroad Day, and the Education Abroad Office wants to highlight Seattle University faculty and staff’s international experiences to inspire our students.


Pursuing Inclusive Excellence in Faculty Hiring

Posted: February 7, 2022

This two-part workshop is open to all faculty and staff who are involved in an active tenure-track search this academic year or will be involved in a future search over the next 12-14 months.


Vice President for University Advancement

Posted: February 7, 2022

Edgar Gonzalez has been named Seattle University’s next Vice President for University Advancement. He will join SU in the spring.


February SU Staff Council Meeting

Posted: February 7, 2022

Please join SUSC's monthly meeting this Wednesday, Feb. 9.


Faith for Earth: A Call for Action

Posted: February 4, 2022

For use in the classroom and community, this Canvas guide is a values-based response to the environmental crisis featuring SU students and global leaders from Pope Francis to Greta Thunberg.


What Will Be the Best Tech Ads at the 2022 Super Bowl? Find out at Tech Bowl 2022

Posted: February 4, 2022

Every year, Albers Marketing Professor Matt Isaac reviews the best Super Bowl ads. Join him and Assistant Professor Jennifer Hong Feb. 17 as they dissect the best Super Bowl ads from tech brands.


Sarah Cox Joins SU as Associate General Counsel

Posted: February 3, 2022

Cox brings several years of experience at prestigious law firms in Seattle.


Tune in Saturday as Seattle U Baseball Hosts Annual Meet the Redhawks

Posted: February 3, 2022

Join in on Saturday, Feb. 5, beginning at 5 p.m. in support of the academic and athletic excellence of SU's baseball program.


Honoring Black History in 2022

Posted: February 2, 2022

Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion Natasha Martin reflects on Black History Month and shares upcoming events taking place at SU during February.


Single Mothers and The State's Embrace: Reproductive Agency in Vietnam

Posted: February 2, 2022

Associate Professor Harriet Phinney's new book has been published by University of Washington Press.


Hope to Healing: The Care Model

Posted: February 2, 2022

James Norris, a former King County correctional officer, arena league pro football player and 2009 Seattle U MAP graduate, shares his model for healing on Feb. 10.


Zen Meditation for Daily Living

Posted: February 2, 2022

The Center for Jesuit Education invites faculty and staff to explore the practice of meditation (inspired by the Zen tradition) and how it can enhance your daily life.


Founder Friday Presents: Fireside Chat with CEO of Girl Meets Dirt

Posted: February 2, 2022

The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center presents its first Founder Friday of 2022 on Feb. 11 with Audra Query Lawlor, CEO of Girl Meets Dirt.


Two Chances to Cheer on Women’s Basketball This Week

Posted: February 1, 2022

The Redhawks are back home, hosting two games while celebrating National Girls and Women in Sports Day, the start of Black History Month and the annual Play4Kay breast cancer awareness pink game.


Moral Mondays at SU: Black Joy & Resistance

Posted: February 1, 2022

Moral Mondays at SU will be celebrating Black joy and resistance on Feb. 9 by showcasing the art of two SU students who are Black artists.


Winter Quarter Lightning Talks

Posted: February 1, 2022

You are invited to the next installment of the popular Lightning Talks series on Feb. 3 with presenters from the Anti-Racist Education: Curriculum Development Cohort.


Synodality: Diverse Perspectives Discussion Panel

Posted: January 31, 2022

Join the ICTC for the winter Catholic Heritage Series Panel on Feb. 10 to learn more about the spirituality and process of synodality across disciplines and cultures.


Congratulations to KXSU

Posted: January 31, 2022

SU's radio station is nominated for several Intercollegiate Broadcasting Awards.


Winter Career & Internship Fair

Posted: January 31, 2022

Please encourage students to register for the Winter Career and Internship Fair, which is taking place virtually on Feb. 10.


Madison Bus Rapid Transit Update

Posted: January 30, 2022

The Seattle Department of Transportation is continuing construction on the Madison Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line adjacent to SU.


Open Staff Positions

Posted: January 30, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here's this week's featured staff position openings.


2022 Commencement Date and Venue Set

Posted: January 28, 2022

Seattle University’s 2022 Commencement will take place on Sunday, June 12, at Climate Pledge Arena.


Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement Awarded Grant

Posted: January 27, 2022

A grant from the Alfred & Tillie Shemanski Testamentary Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee will expand the Interreligious Initiative and its public discernment for a new generation.


Kinesiology Department Awarded Grant

Posted: January 27, 2022

A grant from The Dana Foundation will support Drs. Brittany Heintz Walters and Erica Rauff's project, “Modeling the Mind: Using 3D Printing to Understand the Brain and its Responses to Exercise.”


A Lunch Conversation for Faculty: Balancing Care and Expectations for Students

Posted: January 27, 2022

Many faculty are describing a heightened tension between the Jesuit educational value of caring for our students and holding rigorous academic expectations regarding accountability.


Reading Group: Hidden Mercy by Michael J. O'Loughlin

Posted: January 26, 2022

Join a conversation about Hidden Mercy, a recent book that explores and complicates the Catholic response to HIV/AIDS in the 1980s and 90s.


Redhawk Men’s Hoops is the Hottest Team in Seattle!

Posted: January 25, 2022

The Redhawks are 15-4, riding a seven-game win streak and back home this week.


De-Stress with Dogs

Posted: January 24, 2022

Please support this March 17 event by signing up to bring your dog.


Upcoming ADVANCE Sessions for Faculty Thinking of Applying for Promotion to Full Professor

Posted: January 24, 2022

February brings both a Q&A session and a writing workshop for faculty looking to learn more about the new guidelines related to promotion to full professor.


Midweek Work Break: Soul Sessions

Posted: January 24, 2022

Kicking off this Wednesday, Jan. 26, Soul Sessions are brief and accessible community gatherings to help you pause, breathe, reflect and find inspiration.


Dreaming of Being an Entrepreneur? Join the Jones Idea Challenge

Posted: January 19, 2022

The 2022 Jones Idea Challenge & Corporate Reverse Pitch is designed just for SU undergrad students. Solve a real company problem, work with a team coach and compete for cash prizes of up to $2,500.


CDLI Workshops for the Week of Jan. 24

Posted: January 19, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering workshops on Whiteboarding and Camtasia next week.


Virtual SU Staff Council Drop-In Office Hour

Posted: January 19, 2022

Join Staff Council at its next virtual drop-in office hour to share feedback and ideas with your council representatives.


Electric Vehicle Charging Area Closed for Maintenance Monday, Jan. 24

Posted: January 19, 2022

The work is being done to prepare for expanding the number of charging stations in the main visitor lot.


Open Staff Positions

Posted: January 19, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here's this week's featured staff position openings.


Spring Quarter Course Packs Reminder

Posted: January 19, 2022

February 3 is the deadline by which spring quarter course packs composed of all material must be submitted.


Catherine of Aragon: Infanta of Spain, Queen of England

Posted: January 19, 2022

In her evocative biography, Professor Theresa Earenfight presents an intimate and engaging portrait of Catherine told through the objects that she left behind.


To See All Things New: An Ignatian Silent Retreat for Faculty and Staff

Posted: January 19, 2022

Save the date for this special retreat, which takes place May 6-8. Renew your spirit and vision for life. Give yourself the gift of a weekend retreat based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.


The Power of Possibilities: EMF Grants for Mission and Purpose

Posted: January 18, 2022

The Endowed Mission Fund grants funds for faculty and staff at SU who develop creative proposals to further SU’s Jesuit mission. Interested in learning more?


Spring Quarter Book Orders Due Feb. 6

Posted: January 18, 2022

Help the Campus Store to obtain as many used books as possible for students.


Earth Talks 2022: Call for Five-minute Presentations!

Posted: January 14, 2022

The theme is “Just Sustainability-Care for our Common Home.” Submit your presentation by March 1.


Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Posted: January 14, 2022

Come to the chapel on Sunday, Jan. 23, to pray for Christian unity with guest preacher Dr. James McCarty.


Reigniting Our Strategic Directions Launch Event is Cancelled

Posted: January 14, 2022

With on-campus events taking place primarily in virtual mode for January, the university is cancelling the Jan. 25 event.


Webinar: Fixing the Social Media Machine

Posted: January 13, 2022

The Center for Business Ethics invites you to this conversation with Professor Siva Vaidhyanathan on Jan. 27.


Study Spanish in Puebla, Mexico

Posted: January 13, 2022

Once again, this generous offer from the Ibero, Puebla is extended to SU faculty and staff.


Creating Beloved Community | Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration: farm. food. freedom.

Posted: January 13, 2022

All are invited for an evening of celebrating and remembering Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as we reflect on what it means to create Beloved Community and how that applies to food justice.


External Grant Awarded to the Fostering Scholars Program

Posted: January 13, 2022

Funding from the Shemanski Trust will support student scholarships for AY21-22.


The Campaign for the Uncommon Good Impact Report

Posted: January 13, 2022

Read the report and final campaign newsletter to learn about the impact of SU's successful campaign.


Open Staff Positions

Posted: January 12, 2022

Do you know someone who would be a good fit for SU? Here's this week's featured staff position openings.


Earth Month LOGO Design Competition…With a Prize

Posted: January 12, 2022

Get creative and submit your design by March 1.


OMA Speaks: Setting Intentions Towards Solidarity

Posted: January 12, 2022

Join this monthly community dialogue for students, faculty and staff on Jan. 20.


Men’s Hoops Plays Twice This Week – Claim Your Free Tickets

Posted: January 11, 2022

Start the new year with two opportunities to cheer on your Redhawks this week.