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Arturo Araujo, S.J.: 25th Anniversary of Ordination

Posted: March 12, 2024

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of Father Arturo Araujo’s ordination on Monday, March 25, at 12:30 p.m., in the Chapel of St. Ignatius.


Rt. Rev. Dr. Edward Donalson, III offers the CEIE March Center Message

Posted: March 12, 2024

The theme of the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement's March newsletter is "Inner Development Goals" as a Global Movement.


Reminder: Multidisciplinary Generative AI Research Award

Posted: March 12, 2024

Faculty are encouraged to apply for the College of Science and Engineering's Multidisciplinary Generative AI Research Award. Applications are due April 15.


Last Call for Sign Ups: Faculty & Staff of Color Retreat

Posted: March 12, 2024

There are a few spots left for this year's Faculty & Staff of Color Retreat, which is hosted by The MOSAIC Center and takes place April 12 to 14.


Celebration of Life and Love for Dr. Joseph Scott

Posted: March 12, 2024

The campus community is invited to a Celebration of Life and Love for Dr. Joseph Scott, Saturday, March 23, at 10 a.m., at the Chapel of St. Ignatius.


Nonprofit Leadership Alumni Panel Info Session

Posted: March 12, 2024

Join Master of Nonprofit Leadership faculty and alumni for a panel discussion and discover how the MNPL program can equip you to drive change.


Celebrating Our New Hires

Posted: March 11, 2024

Please join in welcoming these newest colleagues to Seattle University.


Campus Sidewalk Repairs Next Week

Posted: March 11, 2024

Facilities Services will have a sidewalk contractor on campus next week to grind trip hazards around campus.


LAP Is Hiring Students

Posted: March 7, 2024

The Learning Assistance Program is hiring peer educators.


RSD Survey: Share Your Input as We Reach the Midpoint

Posted: March 7, 2024

Your feedback will play an important role in shaping the content of the upcoming Midway Report, scheduled to be released in May.


Registration Now Open for Theranos Whistleblower Talk

Posted: March 6, 2024

Erika Cheung, a key whistleblower in the Theranos case that gripped the world, visits SU to share her story, Thursday, April 4, 5 p.m. at Pigott Auditorium.


Join CEIE for Focus24: Religion and Civic Spaces—Navigating Challenges and Fostering Unity

Posted: March 6, 2024

CEIE Director and Spehar-Halligan Professor Rev. Dr. Michael Trice moderates a discussion online with leading experts on the intersection of religion and public life on March 12.


Let Justice and Peace Flow: The 2024 Creation Care Network Summit

Posted: March 6, 2024

All are welcome to join ICTC and the Creation Care Network for its annual environmental justice summit, Saturday, March 16, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., in the LeRoux Conference Room (STCN 160).


Celebrating Colleagues in New Roles

Posted: March 6, 2024

Please join in celebrating the recent and well-deserved transitions of our esteemed colleagues into new roles within Seattle University.


Open Staff Positions—Week of March 4

Posted: March 4, 2024

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


July 4 and July 5 Holiday Reminder

Posted: March 1, 2024

In commemoration of Independence Day, Seattle University will observe both July 4 and July 5 as paid university holidays this year.


Advanced Studio Art Exhibition Opening Reception

Posted: March 1, 2024

The Department of Visual Arts invites you to celebrate this student exhibit, Thursday, March 7, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Vachon Gallery.


"Roughly Embroidered" Exhibit Opening

Posted: March 1, 2024

Celebrate the opening of “Roughly Embroidered” with featured artist Gabrielle Wambaugh, Wednesday, March 6, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Hedreen Gallery.


Recommended Black History Month Book

Posted: February 29, 2024

The Lemieux Library, in partnership with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, recently published a reading guide for “The 272."


Shelter-in-place Drill

Posted: February 28, 2024

Get ready to practice safety firsthand! On March 6 at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Seattle University will be conducting a crucial shelter-in-place drill.


Open Staff Positions—Week of Feb. 26

Posted: February 28, 2024

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


Novena of Grace: I Am the Beloved!

Posted: February 28, 2024

This Lent, the Center for Jesuit Education and Ignatian Spirituality Center invite you to take one hour a day for a retreat amid daily life.


Dr. anton ward-zanotto Receives Two National Awards

Posted: February 28, 2024

Assistant Dean of Students anton ward-zanotto, PhD, has been awarded the 2024 Dixon-McFadden Award as well as the 2024 Dissertation of the Year.


Midway Feedback Open Forum

Posted: February 27, 2024

2024 signifies the midpoint in Reigniting Our Strategic Directions for 2022-2027.


Seattle U Gives—Faculty and Staff Breakfast

Posted: February 27, 2024

Something big is happening on Thursday, Feb. 29. It’s Seattle U Gives, an opportunity to give back to the Redhawk causes you care about the most.


Nominate Students for the Hunthausen Award/Valedictory Address

Posted: February 26, 2024

Faculty and staff are invited to nominate graduating students for the Hunthausen Award.


Join Women in Mission for Lunch, Community and Creative Inspiration

Posted: February 23, 2024

Take time for life-giving reflection, nourishing community and creative inspiration with staff and faculty women across campus who value the university’s mission.


SU Theatre Program Auditions—The Secret in the Wings

Posted: February 23, 2024

Come audition for the spring production!


Final Days of Go Move Challenge: Track Your Minutes to Help Boost SU's Ranking

Posted: February 23, 2024

The Go Move Challenge is a competition among Jesuit institutions. Let's finish strong, Redhawks!


Redhawk Center Parking Lot Closure: Thursday, Feb. 29

Posted: February 23, 2024

The Redhawk Center Parking Lot at 14th and E. Jefferson will be closed for an event from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 29.


The “I Served” Campaign

Posted: February 22, 2024

If you have served in the U.S. Military, please let us know!


National Study Abroad Day 2024

Posted: February 22, 2024

Celebrate National Study Abroad Day, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Pigott Atrium with some fun education abroad-themed games.


MOSAIC Center Link Space Study

Posted: February 22, 2024

Please encourage students to share their feedback about SU's Links resource by taking a survey that is open through March 15.


Winter Red Talk with Professor Charisse Cowan Pitre

Posted: February 21, 2024

Join ODI for the Winter Red Talk with Charisse Cowan Pitre, Ph.D., on March 5, 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium.


E-mail spoofing is on the rise. Here is what to look for and how to defend against it.

Posted: February 21, 2024

While we can’t stop e-mail spoofing scams from happening, we can prevent them from being successful.


IDI Film Screening and Discussion: Carving the Divine

Posted: February 21, 2024

ICTC's Interreligious Dialogue Initiative is hosting the local premiere of the award-winning film, "Carving the Divine: Buddhist Sculptors of Japan," on March 9.


Fulbright Faculty Panel and Information Session

Posted: February 21, 2024

The Office of Sponsored Projects, in partnership with the Office of Global Engagement, is hosting a faculty panel on Fulbright programs and applications, Thursday, Feb. 29, 12:30-1:30 p.m.


What We Talk About When We Talk About Israel and Palestine

Posted: February 20, 2024

You are invited to a compelling conversation with author Eric Alterman, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 12:30–1:20 p.m., at Oberto Commons.


Faculty Workshop: TILT - Assignment Adjustments for Equity, Retention and Belonging

Posted: February 20, 2024

TILT boosts students’ sense of belonging, retention and academic achievement and allows faculty to feel greater satisfaction in their grading and teaching.


UndocuAlly Training for Staff & Faculty

Posted: February 20, 2024

Join The MOSAIC Center for a staff and faculty training about undocumented student support at Seattle University. Two sessions will be held on March 5 and 7. Please register by March 1.


Your Bilingual Future—Discovering Career Paths with Your Second Language

Posted: February 16, 2024

Students are invited to a lunchtime employer panel and tabling sessions to network and learn more about future opportunities, Thursday, Feb. 29, noon to 2 p.m., in Oberto Commons (Sinegal Center 200).


Open Staff Positions – Week of Feb. 12

Posted: February 15, 2024

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


Colleagues in Jesuit Education: Practices and Rituals that Build Connection and Belonging

Posted: February 15, 2024

You are warmly invited for connection and conversation at our next Colleagues in Jesuit Education, Tuesday, March 5, beginning with a social at 3:45, at the LeRoux Conference Room (STCN 160).


Interdisciplinary Dialogues on Social Justice: “Abolition as a Spiritual Struggle” with Vincent Lloyd

Posted: February 13, 2024

All faculty members are warmly invited to attend the second gathering in this series, Friday, Feb. 23, 3:30–5:30 p.m., in the Stuart Rolfe Room (Advancement and Alumni Building).


Winter Catholic Heritage Lecture: Accessing the Imagination for Hope and Healing

Posted: February 12, 2024

Join ICTC in welcoming Fr. James Heft, SM, author of "The Future of Catholic Higher Education," Wednesday, Feb. 21, at LeRoux Conference Center (STCN 160).


Annual Community Recycling Day at Seattle University

Posted: February 12, 2024

Have too much "stuff?" Drop it off at SU for free recycling and donations, Wednesday, Feb. 21, between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., at the Bellarmine Turnaround.


February 2024 Interfaith Roundup

Posted: February 12, 2024

The February Interfaith Roundup by guest writer Dr. Rob Sellers includes sections on democracy at risk, religious freedom in public schools and attacks on the separation of Church and State.


University Core Open Forum: Revised UCOR Curricular Structure

Posted: February 9, 2024

The RSD Goal 1 Provost Fellows University Core Working Group invites you to its third forum for 2023-2024, Thursday, Feb. 22, 2:30–3:50 p.m.


Journey to Journaling

Posted: February 9, 2024

Explore journaling as a way to relieve academic and personal stress and anxiety. Learn about different styles of journaling and try various prompts.


2024 Arts Leadership Symposium: Cultivating a Thriving Arts Ecosystem

Posted: February 9, 2024

Join the Arts Leadership Program for a full-day, on-campus symposium, Saturday, March 2. Registration is free for SU faculty, staff and students.


2024 International Dinner

Posted: February 9, 2024

Tickets are now on sale for the 47th annual International Dinner, which takes place Feb. 24. "We Are The World" is the theme of this year's dinner.


Call for Proposals: Multidisciplinary Generative AI Research Award

Posted: February 8, 2024

This award will support multidisciplinary teams to investigate new applications of generative AI in education and research.


Tribute to N. Scott Momaday

Posted: February 8, 2024

The Indigenous Peoples Institute and the Center for Jesuit Education invite you to join in a birthday celebration for Kiowa poet and storyteller N. Scott Momaday.


Kids Clothing and Book Swap

Posted: February 8, 2024

Kids grow so quickly! Let’s share clean, gently-used kids’ clothes and books—newborn through elementary school.


Upcoming Workshop: Preparing for Finals

Posted: February 7, 2024

Learning Assistance Programs is here to help prepare for finals! Join LAP staff to learn study tips and strategies that can help you achieve your academic goals for finals week and beyond.


“I Will Live Until I Die” – A Musical of the Life of Sr. Thea Bowman

Posted: February 7, 2024

Sr. Thea Bowman was the granddaughter of slaves and only African American member of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration.


Seed Stories: Feeding Our Future

Posted: February 7, 2024

You are invited to Seed Stories: Feeding our Future, the 2024 Food Justice Summit at SU, a collaboration between students and community stakeholders, tackling food inequity and sustainability.


College of Arts & Sciences Faculty and Student Awarded Grant

Posted: February 7, 2024

Assistant Professor Fade Eadeh and student Josephine Whittock have received funding from SPSSI to examine how white nationalist threats impact political ideology.


Earth Talks 2024: Showcase Your Work

Posted: February 7, 2024

The call for five-minute presentations is now open. Application deadline: March 4.


Support for Students Impacted by Flooding in California

Posted: February 6, 2024

The Office of the Dean of Students is writing to express our support those impacted by the ongoing flooding in California.


Ash Wednesday Masses at the Chapel

Posted: February 6, 2024

All are invited to gather in the Chapel of St. Ignatius to commemorate the beginning of the Lenten season on Wednesday, Feb. 14. Masses will be held at 12:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.


Tickets on Sale for "Glengarry Glen Ross"

Posted: February 6, 2024

Come see the Theatre Program's production of "Glengarry Glen Ross."


Online Workshop for Faculty: Writing for Wellness

Posted: February 5, 2024

Practice daily journaling for one work week to discover how an established self-care routine can help you thrive. Choose to launch your practice either Feb. 12 or March 4.


Innovation Lunch & Learn: Intellectual Property and Patents for STEM Innovators

Posted: February 5, 2024

SU faculty and staff are invited to a lunch workshop, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., in Oberto Commons to learn about intellectual property with patent expert Adam Philipp of Aeon Law.


Faculty and Staff Headshots Next Monday

Posted: February 5, 2024

Need a new headshot? Faculty and staff headshots will be taken Monday, Feb. 12, from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., in the Wyckoff Reading Room (313) of the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Feb. 5

Posted: February 5, 2024

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


LesLee Clauson Eicher Earns National Award

Posted: February 2, 2024

Assistant Director of Graduate International Admissions LesLee Clauson Eicher is being honored with a national award from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.


An Evening with "Best of 2023" Author Prachi Gupta

Posted: February 2, 2024

Join Seattle University's RoundGlass India Center and Elliott Bay Books and meet the author of one the "Best Books of 2023" on Feb. 20, 7 p.m. at Pigott Auditorium.


Call for CEJS Faculty and Student Fellowship Applications

Posted: February 2, 2024

Apply for a 2024-2025 CEJS fellowship and conduct research on environmental justice and sustainability. The deadline is March 4.


Earth Month Logo Competition…with a Prize

Posted: February 2, 2024

Get creative and have the Earth be your inspiration. Create a logo, and your design may become the face of Earth Month (April) 2024 at SU. The submission deadline is March 4.


Winter Career & Internship Fair

Posted: February 1, 2024

Please encourage students to sign up for the fair, which takes place Thursday, Feb. 8 in Campion Ballroom.


Seattle City Council Turns Over a New Leaf: New Members Chart the Future for Our Innovative City

Posted: February 1, 2024

Learn more about what is planned for our city, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6:30–7:45 p.m., at Pigott Auditorium.


Lightning Talks: Rapid Technological Change and its Societal and Economic Impacts

Posted: February 1, 2024

The Office of Sponsored Projects is excited to partner with the Office of Strategic Initiatives to host this series.


De'Andre Jones to Be Honored with National Award

Posted: February 1, 2024

Director of Alumni Engagement De’Andre Jones, M.Ed. ’18, is being honored as the recipient of NASPA's 2024 Mena Valdez Outstanding Mid-Level Professional Award.


Summer Orientation 2024 - Important Updates and Details

Posted: February 1, 2024

SU is redesigning new student onboarding to include an on-campus, in-person Summer Orientation experience for new students and their supporters.


Winter Student Employment Supervisor Training

Posted: January 31, 2024

On-campus employers and other partners are invited to register for the training on how to hire a student employee as well as conflict management.


Laudato Si’ Action Platform Summit and Celebration

Posted: January 31, 2024

President Peñalver invites faculty and staff to celebrate year two of SU's LSAP Thursday, Feb. 15, 3 p.m., at LeRoux Conference Room.


Infinity Club Event: Balloon Animal Workshop

Posted: January 31, 2024

Join the Infinity Club for Neurodivergent Students and Allies in our winter workshop to make balloon animals in preparation for Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, Feb. 13, noon, in STCN 322.


Join a New Book Club

Posted: January 31, 2024

Drs. Brooke Gialopsos and Bridget Joyner-Carpanini (Criminal Justice, Criminology & Forensics) are starting a book club this quarter, which is open to all students, staff and faculty.


Faculty: Lower Costs and Increase Equity for Students with Open Educational Resources

Posted: January 31, 2024

Join your faculty colleagues this Monday, Feb. 5, 12:30 p.m., at Oberto Commons to learn about the benefits of OERs, where to find them and how to incorporate them into your courses.


Strong yet Flexible Course Design: Workshop for Faculty

Posted: January 31, 2024

In this session, you will make progress (re)designing a course using the “constructive alignment” model, aligning your course's learning outcomes with relevant class activities and graded assignments.


SU Professionals Without Borders Dinner & Auction

Posted: January 29, 2024

Join PWOB for its 13th annual auction on Saturday, Feb. 10, 5 p.m., at Campion Ballroom.


Interfaith Dinner: Companionship Through Conflict

Posted: January 29, 2024

Join Campus Ministry for a meal celebrating and embracing connection and conversation celebrating religious diversity, Monday, Feb. 5, 5:30, at Oberto Commons in the Sinegal Center.


Information Sessions: Migration Justice Immersions in Mexico

Posted: January 28, 2024

Learn about 2024 spring quarter courses and summer break abroad opportunities open to faculty, staff and students at two upcoming sessions.


Destress with Dogs Paw-ticipation Needed

Posted: January 27, 2024

Does your dog love pets and affection? Do you want to brighten a student's day? Sign up for the next De-Stress with Dogs on March 4.


CEJS Research Presentation: Seattle Urban Carnivore Project

Posted: January 27, 2024

Dr. Mark Jordan will discuss the Seattle Urban Carnivore Project, which is a collaboration between Seattle University and Woodland Park Zoo, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 12:30 p.m., Stuart Rolfe Room.


African American Literature: Preserving Cultural Perspectives

Posted: January 27, 2024

In honor of Black History Month, join the Seattle University African American Alumni Chapter for an evening of reflection, dialogue and performance, Thursday, Feb. 15, 6–8 p.m. at Oberto Commons.


“Heading North by Holly Wendt, Visiting Writer”

Posted: January 27, 2024

Seattle University’s Creative Writing Program invites you to a literary afternoon of reading and conversation Tuesday, Feb. 6, 12:30 p.m. in Student Center 210.


Are You a Commuter and/or Transfer Student Advocate?

Posted: January 26, 2024

Show your support of commuter and/or transfer students by placing an advocate sign on your door/window!


Lunch and Learn: Owning Your Professional Development

Posted: January 26, 2024

Are you ready to champion your professional development and take your nonprofit career to the next level? Nonprofit Leadership invites you to an empowering virtual Lunch and Learn on Jan. 31.


Bosanko Public Lecture Welcomes Anthony Annett, Author of Cathonomics

Posted: January 26, 2024

Anthony Annett, author of Cathonomics and a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University’s Center for Sustainable Development, will deliver this year’s Bosanko Lecture.


First-Gen Week 2024

Posted: January 24, 2024

First-Gen Week (Jan. 29-Feb 2) is a weeklong program to celebrate and support the first-gen community at Seattle University.


RSD Open Forums: Share Your Input as We Reach the Midpoint

Posted: January 24, 2024

2024 signifies the midpoint in Reigniting Our Strategic Directions (RSD) for 2022-2027. All faculty, staff and students are invited to share their input at two upcoming open forums.


Taco Bell CEO Coming to Campus for Albers Executive Speaker Series

Posted: January 24, 2024

Master brand builder and the first Black CEO of Taco Bell, Sean Tresvant ('06 MBA), is the next guest at the Albers Executive Speaker Series on Feb. 8.


Founder Friday with Wunderground Coffee

Posted: January 24, 2024

Join the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center for a fireside chat with founder and SU alumna Jody Hall (BABA '88) to learn about bridging the gap between coffee tradition and innovation.


Test Taking Without the Guilt: Workshop for Students

Posted: January 23, 2024

Students are invited to learn test-taking skills and helpful tips that can help ease some of their worries during midterms and finals. The workshop takes place Thursday, Feb. 1, 3-4 p.m., Lemieux 369.


Tips and Tricks to Survive Winter Quarter: Workshop for Students

Posted: January 23, 2024

Finding it hard to navigate the winter blues on top of a busy quarter? Students are encouraged to attend this workshop on Thursday, Feb. 8, 12:30-1:30 p.m., in Lemieux 366.


Remembering Kathy Collins

Posted: January 23, 2024

Beloved by students and colleagues alike, Kathy Collins served as a campus minister for 13 years and remained connected to the university during her retirement.


CEIE's January 2024 Interfaith News Roundup

Posted: January 22, 2024

The January 2024 Interfaith Roundup by veteran reporter Rev Paul Chaffee includes sections on Worshipping Communities, Government and Religion, Pope Francis and Good Interfaith, Bad Interfaith.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Jan. 22

Posted: January 22, 2024

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


Educational Series on Israel-Hamas War Continues

Posted: January 22, 2024

"Confronting Conflict" recognizes the way that the consequences of the war in Gaza ripple around the world. Join the College of Arts and Sciences as the series continues.


Orientation Leader Applications Due Jan. 25

Posted: January 21, 2024

Orientation Programs is seeking caring, passionate and SU-spirited students to be part of the 2024 Orientation Leader team! Applications are due on Handshake by Thursday, Jan. 25, at 11:59 p.m.


CEIE Newsletter | Director Michael Trice, Brings Us into the New Year

Posted: January 19, 2024

Check out the January CEIE message and newsletter.


Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: CEIE Staff Reflections

Posted: January 19, 2024

For the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, CEIE Assistant Director Rev. Dr. Markell and Provost Fellow Rev. Dr. Donalson III provide their reflections.


Dr. Elizabeth Dale Secures Funding for New Project

Posted: January 19, 2024

Dr. Dale will investigate what Community-Centered Fundraising (CCF) practices nonprofit fundraisers have adopted and how they have changed their organizations as a result.


Zen Meditation for Daily Living Begins Feb. 7

Posted: January 18, 2024

Have you ever considered meditation? The Center for Jesuit Education invites faculty and staff to explore the practice of meditation (inspired by the Zen tradition).


Upcoming Faculty Events to Help Redesign Your Courses and Boost Student Success and Retention

Posted: January 17, 2024

The Center for Faculty Development invites faculty to register for its upcoming teaching and learning events.


Upcoming Scholarship Workshop Series

Posted: January 17, 2024

Now is a great time to for students to start applying for scholarships. Attend any or all workshops to get started with the scholarship application process.


Seminar on Modern Hydrogen

Posted: January 17, 2024

Join this conversation with Tony Pan, Ph.D., CEO of Modern Hydrogen on Wednesday, Jan. 24, at 6 p.m. at Wyckoff Auditorium.


Winter Quarter Coffee with the President

Posted: January 17, 2024

The weekly Tuesday noon–1 p.m. Coffee with the President (or other university leadership) will begin Feb. 6 in the Student Center Hearth area.


Campus Race to Zero Waste

Posted: January 17, 2024

Seattle University is again competing against other colleges and universities across North America.


“Learning to Jump” by Sean McDowell

Posted: January 17, 2024

Dr. McDowell will read poems from his recently published collection "Learning to Jump," as well as additional new work.


CEIE’s Interfaith Sharing Series: Dharma Talks Returns

Posted: January 16, 2024

Watch the first of three CEIE Dharma Talks filmed in October 2023.


Journey to Journaling: Please Share with Students

Posted: January 16, 2024

Students are invited to learn about different styles of journaling and try various prompts through this Learning Assistance Programs workshop. Journals will be provided for use.


Our Common Home and the Climate Crisis: A Multi-Disciplinary Discussion with SU Faculty

Posted: January 16, 2024

Join ICTC on Feb. 1 to learn more about Laudato Si' and Laudate Deum and how different sectors integrate the documents of Pope Francis into their work.


Textbook Adoptions for Spring Quarter 2024

Posted: January 16, 2024

The Campus Store is looking for your textbook adoptions for Spring Quarter 2024. Please submit these as early as possible.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Jan. 15

Posted: January 16, 2024

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


Undergraduate Admissions Early Action Admitted Student Day

Posted: January 16, 2024

Undergraduate Admissions will be hosting an Early Action Admitted Student Day on Saturday Jan. 20, to welcome admitted students to campus to see if SU is the right fit for them.


Online Workshop for Faculty: Writing for Wellness

Posted: January 12, 2024

Practice daily journaling for one work week to discover how an established self-care routine can help you thrive. There are three different launch dates to choose from.


Women in Mission | Winter Quarter Leadership Lunch

Posted: January 12, 2024

The Women in Mission Advisory Team of the Center for Jesuit Education invites you to join a supportive community of staff and faculty to pause and be nourished in community with other women.


New Microsoft Security Feature Coming Jan. 23

Posted: January 12, 2024

Forgot to log out after signing into a Microsoft product on your browser? IT Services has you covered! On Jan. 23, idle session timeout will be enabled to log out after three hours of inactivity.


PACCAR CEO to Speak at Albers

Posted: January 11, 2024

Join Albers for a lively one-on-one discussion with PACCAR's Chief Executive Officer Preston Feight and Seattle University President Eduardo Peñalver.


Sharaka Panel Discussion

Posted: January 11, 2024

You are invited to a compelling conversation exploring the significance of the Abraham Accords with members of the Middle East NGO Sharaka.


Winter 2024 OSP Observer

Posted: January 11, 2024

Read about new resources, upcoming events, recent awards made to your SU colleagues and other sponsored projects updates in this quarter’s OSP Observer.


University Core Open Forum: Potential Components and Updates on the Revised Core

Posted: January 11, 2024

The RSD Goal 1 Provost Fellows University Core Working Group invites you to its second forum for 2023-2024. There are two options for attending (Jan. 23 or Jan. 24).


2023 1098-T Tax Information Availability

Posted: January 10, 2024

With tax season approaching, Student Financial Services will be providing students and their families with the 2023 1098-T form.


Academic Technology Survey

Posted: January 10, 2024

Are you a faculty member who has feedback on how we can improve our academic technology? Please complete the Academic Technology Committee faculty feedback survey.


Learning Assistance Programs' Upcoming Workshops Next Week

Posted: January 10, 2024

Save the date and share these two upcoming workshops happening next week: "Start Your Quarter Right" for all students, and "Navigating US-Based Learning Systems" for international students


Supervisor Community of Practice Survey

Posted: January 10, 2024

Please complete a short survey to help shape Communities of Practice for supervisors of staff.


Policy on Raffles

Posted: January 10, 2024

A reminder as we begin the new year that Seattle University has in place a policy regarding raffles used for fundraising.


Reigniting Our Strategic Directions Goal 5: Repositioning for Growth Administrative Programs and Services Review AY23/24

Posted: January 9, 2024

Reigniting our Strategic Directions Goal 5: Repositioning for Growth Administrative Programs and Services Review AY23/24


CEIE Podcast with Provost Shane P. Martin: Creative Innovation and the University

Posted: January 8, 2024

Provost Shane Martin reflects on the essential practice of creative innovation in both university and society today at the start of a new year.


CEIE Interfaith Harmony Lecture: Sacred Earth, Sacred Soul

Posted: January 8, 2024

Join CEIE on Feb. 20 at 7 p.m., in-person or virtually, for their Inaugural Interfaith Harmony Lecture, featuring author and teacher John Phillip Newell at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church in Bellevue.


CEIE’s Interfaith Observer Presents Its Winter 2024 Issue

Posted: January 8, 2024

Read three new articles in The Interfaith Observer, as part of the latest issue.


Learning Assistance Programs Tutoring Needs Assessment Blitz

Posted: January 5, 2024

Encourage your students seeking tutoring in certain math, language, science and nursing courses to take this first crucial step in getting connected with a peer tutor.


Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration 

Posted: January 5, 2024

Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Tuesday, Jan. 16, from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration.


Parking Enforcement Update

Posted: January 4, 2024

Parking permits are required 24/7 for parking on campus. Beginning this month, Seattle University’s parking regulations will be enforced by both SU and contracted parking enforcement.


Raffle Quarterly Reporting Is Due

Posted: January 4, 2024

Quarterly reports for raffles hosted between October and December 2023 are due on Jan. 10.


Mental Health First Aid Certification Offered Free to Faculty, Staff and Students

Posted: January 4, 2024

Wellness and Health Promotion is offering Mental Health First Aid training free of charge on Jan. 19 and 26 from noon to 4:30 p.m.


Confronting Conflict: An Educational Series on The Israel-Hamas War

Posted: January 3, 2024

These events provide members of the SU community a supportive academic environment for studying topics related to the Israel-Hamas War with SU experts and invited speakers.


New and Improved Student Alerts

Posted: January 3, 2024

The Office of Student Persistence and the Office of the Dean of Students have combined efforts to improve the processes around student academic and behavioral alerts.


NSF Demystified: Preparing a Competitive Proposal to the National Science Foundation

Posted: January 3, 2024

Join OSP on Tuesday, Jan. 23, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. for an overview of the NSF and tips for preparing a competitive proposal.


Seeking Celebration of Staff Planning Committee

Posted: January 2, 2024

Human Resources is looking for volunteers for the planning committee of this Spring's Celebration of Staff. Anyone can join!


Update on Seattle’s Water Supply

Posted: January 2, 2024

With Seattle’s water supply returning to normal, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has deactivated the Voluntary Stage of its Water Shortage Contingency Plan.


CCE Receives Funding to Support SUYI Redhawk Academic Mentoring Program

Posted: January 2, 2024

CCE received a grant to provide academic mentoring to Washington Middle School students furthest from education justice, fostering their academic, social and emotional growth.


New Print Job Submission Process Is Here

Posted: January 2, 2024

Reprographics is changing how you submit print jobs.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Jan. 2

Posted: January 2, 2024

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


Learning Assistance Programs Workshops

Posted: January 1, 2024

Please share with students upcoming workshops presented by Learning Assistance Programs.


Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Mass and Celebration

Posted: December 31, 2023

Join Seattle’s Black Catholic Advisory Circle for this annual event celebrating the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Winter Break Building Energy Setback

Posted: December 18, 2023

Seattle University is doing its part to conserve energy over the break by reducing heating and electricity consumption.


Seattle U Campus Store Hours for the Holiday

Posted: December 18, 2023

The SU Campus Store will be closed Dec. 23 through Jan. 1.


Marketing Communications Garners CASE Awards

Posted: December 14, 2023

Marketing Communications staff have earned two 2022–2023 Best of District VIII awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE):


Staff Council Monthly Meeting

Posted: December 11, 2023

Staff Council will hold their monthly meeting this Wednesday, Dec. 13, from 1 to 3 p.m. on Zoom.


New Print Job Submission Process Coming in January

Posted: December 11, 2023

Reprographics is stepping into the 21st century with its new Digital Storefront.


CCE Receives Funding from the Ballmer Group

Posted: December 11, 2023

The Sundborg Center for Community Engagement has received a $320,000 grant from the Ballmer Group to support its Seattle University Youth Initiative (SUYI).


Open Staff Positions – Week of Dec. 11

Posted: December 11, 2023

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


MotMot Coffee Relaunches for the Holidays

Posted: December 7, 2023

Albers' student-led and student-run coffee brand is back with new stock, team and packaging.


Now Boarding: SU Gives Takes Flight Feb. 29

Posted: December 7, 2023

Save the date for SU Gives, the university's biggest giving day of the year.


Winter Involvement Fair 2024–Register Now

Posted: December 7, 2023

Registration for the Winter Involvement Fair, which takes place Jan. 11, 11 a.m.–2 p.m., is now open.


Capitol Hill Art Walk - Hedreen Gallery Reception

Posted: December 6, 2023

Stop by the Hedreen Gallery during the Capitol Hill Art Walk, which takes place Thursday, Dec. 14.


Strategic Conversation: Classroom Utilization and Early Classes

Posted: December 6, 2023

Join this virtual presentation on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.


Law School Faculty Receives Grant to Research Firearm-Related Harm

Posted: December 5, 2023

Dr. Deirdre Bowen will work with colleagues at Seattle Children's Hospital and UW on CDC-funded research that will evaluate the effectiveness of firearm prohibitions.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Dec. 4

Posted: December 4, 2023

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


New Resource from OSP to Support Your Scholarship

Posted: December 4, 2023

Contribute to OSP’s new Faculty Scholarship Database.


Faculty and Staff Christmas Breakfast

Posted: November 30, 2023

Please mark your calendars for the Faculty and Staff Christmas Breakfast on Friday, Dec. 15, between 8 and 10 a.m. in the LeRoux Center area of the first floor of the Student Center.


New Parking Rates for 2024

Posted: November 30, 2023

Following a study of local parking rates, Seattle University will be increasing parking rates for faculty, staff and students.


United Way King County Advancing Racial Equity Panel

Posted: November 29, 2023

You are invited to a discussion with Doug Baldwin Jr., Laura Clise, Chera Amlag and Maya Mendoza-Extrom on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 6-8 p.m., in Pigott Auditorium.


Memorial Mass for David Jackson

Posted: November 29, 2023

A Memorial Mass for Dr. Jackson will be offered Monday, Dec. 4, 12:30 p.m. at the Chapel of St. Ignatius.


Book Talk...Fundraising Without Burnout: Radically Reimagining Philanthropy

Posted: November 28, 2023

Radha Friedman will discuss her insightful guide to empowered fundraising on Wednesday, December 6, 5:30-7:30 p.m.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Nov. 27

Posted: November 27, 2023

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


Confronting Conflict: An Educational Series on the Israel-Hamas War

Posted: November 20, 2023

You are invited to a conversation about historical context with Dr. Liora Halperin (University of Washington) and Dr. Nova Robinson (Seattle University).


Please Share with Students: Spring Break Immersion 2024

Posted: November 20, 2023

Faculty and staff: Do you know any students who are passionate about service, spirituality, solidarity and global citizenship?


Transition to Microsoft Teams Phones 

Posted: November 20, 2023

The campus-wide transition to Microsoft Teams Phones from the Cisco phone system is underway.


Reminder: Fall Red Talk Nov. 28

Posted: November 20, 2023

Associate Professor of Political Science Onur Bakiner will deliver the Fall Red Talk on Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 12:30 p.m. at Pigott Auditorium.


Webinar - "Court on Trial: A Data-Driven Account of the Supreme Court of India"

Posted: November 17, 2023

As part of a virtual roundtable series on Asian law, the webinar focuses on Professor Sital Kalantry's newest co-authored book "Court on Trial" and a conversation with the authors.


2023 Seattle Public Safety Survey

Posted: November 17, 2023

Seattle University is administering the ninth annual citywide Seattle Public Safety Survey, which is accessible through Nov. 30.


Wellness Resources for Students

Posted: November 16, 2023

As we approach the end of the quarter and the holiday season, now is a great time for students to focus on their wellbeing.


Do More to Save More (Water)

Posted: November 16, 2023

Reduce water use in support of Seattle’s water shortage contingency plan.


Women in Mission Gathering: "Rest in Gratitude"

Posted: November 15, 2023

Treat yourself to a relaxed afternoon break for community, conversation, refreshments and reflection in the beautiful Indigenous Peoples Institute lounge Tuesday, Nov. 28, from 3:30-4:30 p.m.


Admissions Launches New Virtual Tour

Posted: November 15, 2023

The Undergraduate Admissions Office is proud to introduce a brand-new virtual tour.


21-Day Ignatian Racial Equity Challenge

Posted: November 15, 2023

Deepen your racial equity commitments by joining a group of faculty and staff participating in the Ignatian Solidarity Network’s 21-Day Ignatian Racial Equity Challenge.


CEIE Highlight: TIO Editor Tahil Sharma Featured in NPR Article

Posted: November 15, 2023

Tahil Sharma, editor of The Interfaith Observer, was featured in an October NPR article by religion correspondent Jason DeRosa, on the backlash faced when taking a side in the Israel-Hamas conflict.


HR Compensation Lunch & Learn

Posted: November 15, 2023

Join Human Resources for a session on SU’s compensation philosophy and build a fundamental understanding of our staff compensation processes on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 12:10 p.m. in Pigott 103.


Remembering David Jackson

Posted: November 15, 2023

The SU community mourns the loss of Dr. O. David Jackson Assistant Dean, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Albers School of Business and Economics, who passed away last week.


Remembering Why: An Ignatian Silent Retreat for Staff and Faculty

Posted: November 14, 2023

Get away to a beautiful retreat center overlooking the shores of Puget Sound for a weekend (Feb. 2-4) that creates space for you to rest, reflect and remember why.


Open Forum with MPE Visiting Committee

Posted: November 14, 2023

The Mission Priority Examen Visiting Committee will be on campus later this month for scheduled meetings with various community members, including a virtual Open Forum on Thursday, Nov. 30 at 2:30 p.m


Open Staff Positions – Week of Nov. 13

Posted: November 13, 2023

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


Be Part of a Beloved Seattle University Tradition

Posted: November 13, 2023

Seattle University's annual Mass and Christmas tree lighting, which takes place Thursday, Nov. 30, has something for everyone.


ICTC Faculty Research Presentation: Embodied Systemic Resilience

Posted: November 13, 2023

Join ICTC for a lunchtime presentation with faculty fellow Dr. Christie Eppler, program director and professor, Couples and Family Therapy, on Monday, Nov. 27 at noon. Lunch included.


Faculty Lightning Talks

Posted: November 10, 2023

Six faculty will present their scholarship related to sustainability and climate change.


Theranos Whistleblower to Speak at Albers

Posted: November 10, 2023

Erika Cheung will visit campus on April 4, 2024 to discuss her experience at Theranos, its demise and lessons drawn for leading ethical organizations.


Staff Council Office Hours

Posted: November 9, 2023

Staff Council Office Hours begin Thursday, Nov. 14.


Join the SU Faculty and Staff Parents Virtual Community on Teams

Posted: November 9, 2023

The purpose of the group is to build community and share knowledge and resources as parents who work at SU.


SU Theatre Auditions for Glengarry Glen Ross

Posted: November 9, 2023

You are invited to audition on Nov. 27 for the winter quarter production of Glengarry Glen Ross.


Commemorate Transgender Awareness Week

Posted: November 9, 2023

Join The MOSAIC Center in commemorating Transgender Awareness Week, which takes place Nov. 13-20.


Luminaries in Law with Benes Aldana

Posted: November 9, 2023

The law school is honored to welcome Hon. Benes Z. Aldana (Ret.), 11th president and CEO of The National Judicial College, as a speaker in the Luminaries in Law series on Monday, Nov. 20.


Destress with Dogs: Dogs Needed!

Posted: November 9, 2023

Does your dog like pets and affection? Bring your dog to Destress with Dogs!


United Way Campaign – Donate Today

Posted: November 8, 2023

Seattle University’s United Way of King County Charitable Campaign runs from Nov. 13 to Dec. 1.


Seminar on Increasing Efficiency of PV Modules

Posted: November 7, 2023

Raed Bourisli, associate professor at Kuwait University, will discuss PV Modules on Nov. 14 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at Bannan 371.


Annual Campus Night-Walk

Posted: November 7, 2023

Public Safety and Facilities Services are evaluating campus safety at night and want to hear your voice.


Calling All First Gen Faculty and Staff

Posted: November 6, 2023

This Wednesday is National First Gen Day. Celebrate with The MOSAIC Center and join the First Gen Staff & Faculty Directory.


Inter-Disciplinary Dialogues on Social Justice

Posted: November 6, 2023

The Division of Mission Integration is sponsoring a pilot program for faculty titled “Inter-Disciplinary Dialogues on Social Justice."


November CEIE Message

Posted: November 3, 2023

As the CENTER-piece of CEIE's November newsletter, Advisory Council member Mahrukh Motafram speaks about the continued global support and work at CEIE as well as her experience as a Zoroastrian.


Outcomes in Advising Survey: Last Chance

Posted: November 3, 2023

This is the last week to fill out the NACADA Outcomes in Advising survey, which will inform an ongoing assessment and discernment process on the future of academic advising at SU.


CEIE and its Interfaith Observer Present TIO Fall 2023

Posted: November 2, 2023

In the fall and spring seasons, The Interfaith Observer editors provide a compilation of articles from various authors. The theme of fall 2023 is religious pluralism and its intersectionality.


Provost Convocation: Seattle University at the Crossroads–Again?

Posted: November 2, 2023

Please join Provost Shane P. Martin for an important and timely address about the challenges and opportunities we face this academic year and beyond.


CEIE Presents Taizé Lunch with Students

Posted: November 2, 2023

Join Brother Emile of the Taizé Community, an ecumenical monastic community in Burgundy, France, for an informal lunch and conversation on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in Student Center 210.


Staff and Faculty Thanksgiving Lunch

Posted: November 2, 2023

Please RSVP for this year's Thanksgiving Lunch, which takes place Nov. 21, by Nov. 15.


Paper Mâché Brains with the SU Infinity Club

Posted: November 2, 2023

Join the Infinity Club for neurodivergent students Friday, Nov. 3, 3-5 p.m. in Pigott 204 to make paper mâché brains with the SU Infinity Club.


Report from Rome: Did the Church Listen to Women and LGBTQ Catholics at the Synod?

Posted: November 1, 2023

Heidi Schlumpf, a senior correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter, will share her experience of attending and reporting on the recent synod on Nov. 14.


CEIE's October 2023 Interfaith Roundup

Posted: October 31, 2023

Highlighted in the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement's monthly newsletter, the Interfaith Roundup is written by Rev. Paul Chaffee and features interfaith news and events.


Support Your Students with TimelyCare

Posted: October 31, 2023

TimelyCare is an important referral tool that offers 24/7 telehealth and teletherapy.


Imagining the World 2022-2023

Posted: October 31, 2023

The international photography competition Imagining the World is back!


President's Town Hall Is Nov. 14

Posted: October 31, 2023

Please join President Eduardo Peñalver on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium for a President’s Town Hall.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 30

Posted: October 30, 2023

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


Join a "Braiding Sweetgrass" Reading Group for Faculty & Staff

Posted: October 30, 2023

Come discuss our Common Text, "Braiding Sweetgrass." Meet five times between November and May and get ready for our Mission Day conversation with the author, Robin Wall Kimmerer.


Focused Inbox Will Be Turned off in Outlook Nov. 6

Posted: October 30, 2023

While the “Focused” inbox feature can be helpful, many students, faculty, and staff have missed important university communications because these messages have been filtered to the “Other” inbox.


Prayers for the Deceased

Posted: October 30, 2023

Send names of your beloved departed to the Arrupe Jesuit Community if you wish them to be remembered at daily mass during the month of November.


School of Law Veterans Day Reception

Posted: October 30, 2023

Please join the School of Law in recognizing those in our community who have served our country in the armed forces for a special reception.


SU Theatre Program Presents HOOKMAN

Posted: October 30, 2023

Come see the SU Theatre Program's production of HOOKMAN at the Lee Center Nov 10-18.


All Souls Day

Posted: October 30, 2023

On All Souls’ Day (Nov. 2) and throughout the month of November, Christians remember with love those who have died and pray in hope for them.


A Mass for Peace This Friday, All Are Welcome

Posted: October 26, 2023

As a community of care, we acknowledge that the attacks and ongoing violence in Israel and Palestine are a source of pain, anger and even fear for many members of our diverse academic community.


CEIE Presents Evening Celebration with Provost, Georgetown University Press Editor and CEIE Scholars

Posted: October 26, 2023

CEIE invites you to “How to Research and Write in a Pandemic: A Story of Resilience and our Forthcoming Volume” on Thursday, Nov. 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the LeRoux Conference Room (STCN 160).


Undergraduate Admissions Fall Recruitment Event

Posted: October 26, 2023

Undergraduate Admissions is hosting its Fall Preview Day on Saturday, Oct. 28 and welcoming more than 700 prospective students and guests to campus for the day.


Faculty Events to Boost Student Success and Retention and Your Own Research Scholarship Goals

Posted: October 26, 2023

The Center for Faculty Development, along with Lemieux Library and the Reimagine and Revise the Curriculum project team, invite faculty to register for upcoming events.


Celebrate Halloween at SU!

Posted: October 24, 2023

All are invited to celebrate Halloween with a number of fun activities on campus Tuesday, Oct. 31.


You're Invited to the HR Open House on Wednesday

Posted: October 23, 2023

Visit the Columbia Building (first floor) for the HR Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 25 between 9 and 11 a.m. Join for coffee and treats, see the new HR space and connect with the HR team.


Outcomes in Advising Survey: Spread the Word

Posted: October 23, 2023

University Advising is asking for participation and advertisement of a campus-wide survey.


"Precious, Precious, Unprecious" Opens Oct. 26 at Hedreen Gallery

Posted: October 21, 2023

Join the Department of Art, Art History and Design and the Pigott Family Endowment for the Arts for an artist talk and reception on Oct. 26 from 5 to 8 p.m.


Research @ SU 101: Understanding the Resources Available to Support Scholarship at SU

Posted: October 20, 2023

Join the OSP to learn about resources to support faculty and staff in advancing their scholarship and seeking external grants! (Please note this session has been rescheduled to Nov. 7).


Faculty and Staff Headshots This Thursday

Posted: October 20, 2023

Need a new headshot? Faculty and staff headshots will be taken this Thursday, Oct. 26.


Feature Your Programming on the New Staff Learning & Development Intranet Page

Posted: October 18, 2023

Does your department facilitate training or other learning opportunities that our staff colleagues could benefit from? Would you like to amplify those opportunities across campus? Let us know!


Mechanical Engineering Faculty Member Awarded NSF Funds to Support Hand Rehabilitation in Stroke Patients

Posted: October 18, 2023

Congratulations to Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Yen-Lin Han, whose recent NSF funding will enable her to develop a soft robotic device.


LinkUp 2024- Registration is Open!

Posted: October 18, 2023

Please encourage your students and alumni to attend LinkUp 2024 on Jan. 30, 2024.


Philanthro-FEST Appreciation

Posted: October 18, 2023

The Office of Annual Giving thanks all students, faculty and staff who participated and supported the efforts to raise awareness about philanthropy and community service.


Mark Your Calendar: SIS/ERP Oracle Demo Day

Posted: October 16, 2023

Oracle will be coming to campus on Tuesday, Oct. 24 to help us learn more about what is possible in modern Student Information, Financial and Human Resources systems (SIS/ERP).


Join Women in Mission Kickoff Lunches

Posted: October 16, 2023

The Center for Jesuit Education is excited to announce the revival of Women in Mission and the launch of its affinity space, Women of Color in Mission!


Nominate Yourself! Staff Council Special Election

Posted: October 16, 2023

Seattle University Staff Council is hosting a special election to fill one seat.


Homecoming 2023

Posted: October 16, 2023

Homecoming is returning to Seattle University Nov. 6–12! Join students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends and family for a week-long campus celebration.


Campus Parking and Regulations

Posted: October 16, 2023

SU offers daily and long-term parking passes (monthly, quarterly and semester) to all eligible students, faculty and staff through the iParq system.


Coping with Mental Health Challenges, the Personal and the Political

Posted: October 16, 2023

Congressman Adam Smith and Dr. Umair A. Shah, Secretary of Health, Washington, discuss the intersection of individual mental health issues and how they affect the broader political dialogue.


ICTC Faculty Fellowship Research Proposals - Due November 15

Posted: October 16, 2023

ICTC Research Fellowships encourage the exploration of a rich Catholic intellectual tradition that has made contributions across disciplines.


College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Receives Subaward from WSU

Posted: October 16, 2023

The grant will support Seattle University’s role to establish the statewide Law Enforcement Use of Force Data Program.


Expanding the Mission of the Office of Student Persistence

Posted: October 16, 2023

Student Persistence, your partner in fostering student success and well-being, is thrilled to introduce the exciting changes taking place in their office.


Campus Climate Incident Reporting & Response Protocol Year 1 Updates

Posted: October 16, 2023

As we enter the second year with this protocol, the Campus Climate Incident Response Team (CCIRT) is sharing the data from our first year and the steps we have taken to support our community.


Unpacking Whiteness Meetings

Posted: October 12, 2023

This affinity group focuses on helping white people do their own work and process in a space where mistakes can be made without further harm to Black and Brown people. Meetings are Oct. 17 and 20.


Colleagues in Jesuit Education

Posted: October 11, 2023

The Center for Jesuit Education welcomes you to the first Colleagues in Jesuit Education for the 2023-24 academic year, which begins 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26.


Laudate Deum: A Discussion on Pope Francis' New Apostolic Exhortation

Posted: October 11, 2023

Join a conversation facilitated by Dr. Jessica Ludescher Imanaka, who will provide an overview of Laudate Deum and unpack Pope Francis' critique of the "technocratic paradigm" at noon on Oct. 24.


Vigil for Peace in the Middle East

Posted: October 10, 2023

We join Pope Francis in expressing solidarity with the victims of the attacks in Israel over the weekend and for peace and healing in Israel and Palestine.


Save the Date: Fall Red Talk with Onur Bakiner, Ph.D.

Posted: October 10, 2023

Join the Office of Diversity & Inclusion for the Fall Quarter Red Talk on Nov. 28 and hear from Associate Professor Onur Bakiner: "Finding your inner techie: a radical-democratic perspective on AI."


Israel-Hamas War: a Q&A

Posted: October 10, 2023

History and International Studies Associate Professor Nova Robinson will use the history of the conflict and the region to answer questions.


Albers Kicks Off 2023-24 Executive Speaker Series

Posted: October 10, 2023

Virginia Mason Franciscan Health CEO Ketul Patel will discuss "Reimagining Healthcare: Leading Through Changing Times" on Oct. 17, at 5:30 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium.


Inaugural Obermiller Lecture on Marketing Sustainability

Posted: October 10, 2023

Dr. Rebecca Reczek, a leading scholar on marketing sustainability, will share an academic research presentation and participate in a panel discussion on Oct. 25 at 3 p.m., Oberto Commons (SINE 200).


Advancement Services Has Moved

Posted: October 9, 2023

Advancement Services has moved to the Advancement & Alumni Building.


Events for Faculty to Redesign Courses and Boost Student Success and Retention

Posted: October 9, 2023

The Center for Faculty Development, with the Director of First Year Academic Engagement and the Reimagine and Revise the Curriculum project team, invite faculty to register for upcoming events.


Fall 2023 Office of Sponsored Projects Observer

Posted: October 6, 2023

Learn about upcoming events, recent awards made to your SU colleagues, resources to advance your scholarship, policy updates, programming to support faculty scholarship and more in OSP's newsletter.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 9

Posted: October 5, 2023

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


CEIE Presents October Message

Posted: October 5, 2023

CEIE Assistant Director Dr. Markell brings us the October CEIE message to share new partnerships, discuss unique opportunities held on the SU campus and the wonderful guests we welcome this season.


OSP Community Luncheon and Resource Fair

Posted: October 5, 2023

Learn about resources and internal funding opportunities available to support your scholarly work on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 11 a.m.–1 p.m., Oberto Commons.


Textbook Adoptions for Winter Quarter 2024

Posted: October 5, 2023

The Campus Store is looking for your textbook adoptions for Winter Quarter 2024. Please submit these as early as possible.


Call for Proposals: AJCU Faith, Justice & Reconciliation Assembly

Posted: October 4, 2023

Have you been doing work at the intersections of faith, equity, reconciliation or justice? The AJCU Faith, Justice & Reconciliation Assembly will take place in July at Loyola University Chicago.


Shaped by Nature: A Reflective Walk Through SU’s Campus and Kubota Garden

Posted: October 4, 2023

Join Dr. Jason Wirth, ICTC Interreligious Dialogue Initiative Chair, for a walking tour of Japanese Art on Saturday, Oct. 21. Pre-registration is required.


Vigil on the 2-Month Anniversary of the Maui Wildfires

Posted: October 4, 2023

The United Filipino Club invites the SU community to join them for a vigil on Sunday, Oct. 8 after the 11 a.m. Mass at the reflection pool.


Weekly Tuesday Coffee with the President Begins

Posted: October 3, 2023

Starting Oct. 3, faculty, staff and students are invited to stop by the Student Center’s first-floor Hearth area on Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m. for coffee and conversation with President Peñalver.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 2

Posted: October 3, 2023

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


Summer Faculty Fellowship Info Session and Faculty Lightning Talks

Posted: September 29, 2023

You are invited to this overview of the 2024 Summer Faculty Fellowship program and to learn about the research of three 2023 recipients.


Town Hall for Engagement Survey Results

Posted: September 29, 2023

The Engagement Survey results have arrived! Please join the President, Provost and HR VP for a Town Hall forum on Oct. 12, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. This will be both in person and virtual.


RoundGlass India Center & Law School Present "The Indian Supreme Court at 75"

Posted: September 29, 2023

The world's largest democracy—India—and its Supreme Court, are the focus of this special all-campus event with leading Indian legal scholars.


Faculty-Led Study Abroad Workshop

Posted: September 29, 2023

Faculty are invited to learn more about faculty-led study abroad programs during this workshop hosted by the Education Abroad Office.


Upcoming Workshop: Confront Procrastination & Show up for Yourself

Posted: September 29, 2023

Please share this workshop with students: Learn tips on how to tackle procrastination while also showing up for yourself and your well-being.


Upcoming Workshop: Dealing with Interpersonal Conflict

Posted: September 29, 2023

Please share this workshop with students: Learn how to identify and practice boundaries, discern how to best hear and provide feedback, and more for navigating interpersonal conflicts with peers.


Sundborg Center for Community Engagement (CCE) Welcome Block Party

Posted: September 28, 2023

Join the CCE as they kick off the school year and welcome students back for their annual Block Party on Friday, Sept. 29, 3–5 p.m. at the Sinegal Center West Patio.


SU's Policy on Political Campaign Activities

Posted: September 27, 2023

As we approach the upcoming elections occurring this fall students, faculty and staff are encouraged to familiarize themselves with SU's Policy on Political Campaign Activities.


Fall Soup & Storytelling

Posted: September 27, 2023

The Indigenous Peoples Institute and the Center for Jesuit Education are happy to invite you to the first Soup & Storytelling gathering of the academic year.


Philanthro-FEST

Posted: September 26, 2023

Several events will be held the week of Oct. 9 to educate students, faculty and staff about philanthropy on campus.


Save the Date: Provost Convocation

Posted: September 26, 2023

This year’s Provost Convocation will take place on Thursday, Nov. 9 from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium. Details forthcoming.


Tania Willard and Dylan Robinson on Contemporary Art & Indigenous Culture

Posted: September 26, 2023

This Pigott Family Endowment for the Arts Guest Conversation will be moderated by Associate Professor of Art History Ken Allan.


College of Science & Engineering and Albers Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center Awarded NSF Funds

Posted: September 25, 2023

Congratulations to Dean Amit Shukla and Executive Director Peter Rowan on their collaborative grant. The funds will enhance SU’s engagement in the regional innovation economy.


EmpowerED: Elevating Excellence in Black Education, "Nurturing Mental Health in Black Educators and Students"

Posted: September 22, 2023

This event is a platform for Black voices to be heard and for everyone to learn from each other's experiences. Completion of all courses will result in certification as ACE Educator.


SDG Launch Event at Seattle University

Posted: September 22, 2023

The Center for Social Transformation and Leadership is hosting its 3rd annual Sustainable Development Goals Launch Training Workshop. Three sessions will take place Oct. 9, 18 and 19.


Law Faculty Receives Support From U.S. District Court

Posted: September 22, 2023

School of Law Distinguished Practitioner in Residence Margaret Fisher has received another year of funding to offer the Judicial Institute in partnership with the Court.


CEIE Presents the September 2023 Interfaith Roundup

Posted: September 22, 2023

An integral part of CEIE's newsletter, the Interfaith Roundup features news and events written by Rev. Paul Chaffee of The Interfaith Observer.


Global Street Fair

Posted: September 22, 2023

Join the Education Abroad Office and greater campus community for a celebration of all things global on Tuesday, Oct. 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Library Plaza.


CEIE Presents The Interfaith Observer Article “Religious Bullying: Perspectives from Canada”

Posted: September 22, 2023

Co-founder and Executive Director of the Centre for Religious Literacy W. Y. Alice Chan writes about religious bullying from a Canadian perspective.


Join Conduct Review Boards

Posted: September 22, 2023

Additional faculty, staff and student members are being recruited this year for Conduct Review Boards.


CEIE Presents: Religica Interfaith Sharing Dharma Talk Series

Posted: September 22, 2023

Three unique Dharma Talks will be given by preeminent Buddhist teachers on Friday, Oct. 27, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Casey 530.


Know Your Rights & Responsibilities: Review the Code of Student Conduct

Posted: September 21, 2023

Students are highly encouraged to review the Redhawk Commitment & Code of Student Conduct, which details students’ rights and responsibilities as members of the Seattle University community.


Request for Proposals: Summer Faculty Fellowship 2024 - Due Nov. 1

Posted: September 20, 2023

The Office of Sponsored Projects is pleased to announce that proposals are now being accepted for the 2024 Summer Faculty Fellowship.


Supervisor Learning Series: Managing Conflict Through Inclusive Communication

Posted: September 20, 2023

In collaboration with the Office of the University Ombudsperson, this 90-minute Supervisor Learning Series is being led by Sue Theiss to SU supervisors across campus. Spots are still open!


Mass of the Holy Spirit Is Sept. 28

Posted: September 20, 2023

Seattle University's annual Mass of the Holy Spirit will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28, at Immaculate Conception Church.


Opioid Overdose Prevention Program

Posted: September 20, 2023

Student & Campus Life is excited to announce a new program aimed at addressing the increasing use of opioids across the country and here in the Seattle community.


Save the Dates - Fall OSP Events

Posted: September 20, 2023

The Office of Sponsored Projects is offering a number of events to support and spotlight faculty research.


Founder Friday with Figurehead Brewing on Oct. 6

Posted: September 20, 2023

SU alums and entrepreneurs return to campus to share their brews and values-based business philosophy.


Students: Save Money on Textbooks

Posted: September 19, 2023

Fall is here! With all the excitement comes a bit of anxiety as students purchase the necessary course materials for the fall quarter. Students, don’t despair! There are ways to save money on books.


Fall Involvement Fair

Posted: September 19, 2023

Find out how to get involved at SU! Come to the Quad on Oct. 5, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the annual Fall Involvement Fair.


Please Share With Students: LAP Tutor Blitz Week

Posted: September 19, 2023

Interested in receiving tutoring during spring quarter? Get a head start with the Tutor Blitz Week Sept. 25-29.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Sept. 18

Posted: September 19, 2023

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


Join Women in Mission This Year

Posted: September 15, 2023

CJE is reviving Women in Mission, a supportive community for all SU women faculty, staff and administrators to gather regularly for reflection, service and community-building.


A Conversation with Author Jhumpa Lahiri

Posted: September 15, 2023

SU’s Creative Writing Program, College of Arts & Sciences and Elliott Bay Book Company present an evening with the award-winning author about her highly anticipated new book, Roman Stories.


Shaped by Nature: Ceramics and Prints in Dialogue with Nature

Posted: September 15, 2023

Father Arturo Araujo's exhibition in the Vachon Gallery opens to the public on Wednesday, Sept. 20 and runs through Oct. 20.


Join the Climb at the Event Planners Summit

Posted: September 14, 2023

If you plan events on behalf of Seattle University whether on- or off-campus, lace up your boots, grab your backpack and earn your planning merit badges at the Event Planners Summit on Sept. 26.


Audition for Theatre Program's Production of "Hookman"

Posted: September 14, 2023

SU's Theatre Program invites you to audition for "Hookman," written by Lauren Yee and directed by Sunam Ellis.