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Controller's Office Introduces Chrome River Expense Reporting

Posted: January 25, 2023

The Controller’s Office is excited to introduce the new expense reporting tool Chrome River! Two types of training and assistance opportunities are being offered.


Winter Catholic Heritage Lecture: "A Spirituality of Racial Metanoia" with Fr. Bryan Massingale

Posted: January 25, 2023

Join ICTC in welcoming Fr. Bryan Massingale, professor at Fordham University, to SU on February 9 for the Winter Catholic Heritage Lecture. An RSVP for the lecture is requested.


Showcasing Scholarly Excellence

Posted: January 24, 2023

Don’t miss the faculty and staff scholarship display in the Admin Building and its reminder that we are all a part of something great here at Seattle University.


CEIE Buddhist Dharma Talk with Ven. Ayya Santussika Bhikkhuni

Posted: January 24, 2023

Ven. Ayya Santussika Bhikkhuni will speak Feb. 3 over Zoom on “The Relief Found in Practicing the Teachings of the Buddha." This is a hybrid event that can be attended in person or virtually.


This Friday: Faculty Panel Session on Performance, Work and Play in the University

Posted: January 23, 2023

When we “perform” at the university, are we working to conform to a role and meet others’ expectations or are we helping to foster a space for play?


Procure-to-Pay End User Improvements

Posted: January 23, 2023

The Finance team is launching new improvements to make purchasing, expense reports and booking travel more efficient and user-friendly for university stakeholders.


Red Talk with Professor Sharon Suh

Posted: January 23, 2023

Join ODI for the next Red Talk on Feb. 2. Dr. Sharon Suh will speak on "The Social Determinants of Race-based Trauma and Collective Healing: Where Buddhism, Neuroscience, and Mindfulness Intersect."


Fraud, Politics and Corporate Responsibility

Posted: January 20, 2023

The Center for Business Ethics invites you to two presentations (Jan. 31 and Feb. 1) by Daryl Koehn, professor and Wicklander Chair in Professional Ethics at DePaul University.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Jan. 23

Posted: January 20, 2023

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


Help SU Win the Go Move Challenge This February!

Posted: January 20, 2023

Join your colleagues in the Go Move Challenge to compete with other Jesuit Universities across the country for the trophy.


Master of Nonprofit Leadership Alumni Panel

Posted: January 19, 2023

Listen to a panel of alumni share their experiences in the Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program on Jan. 27.


Orientation Leader Nominations and Applications Live Now

Posted: January 19, 2023

Orientation is seeking caring, passionate and SU-spirited students for the 2023 OL team! OLs build community at SU while developing skills for future career opportunities. Nominate students now!


CEIE Presents Video Montage of 2022 Highlights

Posted: January 19, 2023

The video highlights the webinars, podcasts released on Religica Theolab, the CEIE's new relationship with the Interfaith Observer, the beginning of our Interfaith Sharing Series and much more!


Imagining Central America: Short Histories

Posted: January 18, 2023

Dr. Serena Cosgrove and Isabeau J. Belisle Dempsey ('19, International Studies and Spanish) talk about their new book.


Coffee with the President

Posted: January 18, 2023

The weekly opportunity for faculty, staff and students to meet casually with university leadership is scheduled to begin Tuesday, Jan. 24.


Earth Talks 2023: Call for 5-min Presentations!

Posted: January 18, 2023

Showcase your work at Earth Talks 2023! This year’s theme is “Care for our Common Home.” Call for 5-min presentations is now open. Deadline: March 1.


Men's and Women’s Basketball in Action This Weekend

Posted: January 18, 2023

There’s three chances to catch your Redhawks in action, wrapping up with a doubleheader Saturday at the Redhawk Center. Claim your free tickets today!


Fostering Scholars Program Receives Grant from Alfred & Tillie Shemanski Testamentary Trust

Posted: January 18, 2023

Congratulations to the Fostering Scholars Program, led by Director Colleen Montoya Barbano, for recently securing funds from the Shemanski Trust in support of student scholarships in AY2022-23.


CEIE Presents: Rev. Dr. Chloe Breyer Talks About Building Multifaith Advocacy Coalitions

Posted: January 18, 2023

Dr. Trice spoke with Rev. Dr. Breyer, Interfaith Center of New York, about building multi-faith advocacy coalitions, preventing bias crimes and promoting criminal justice and immigration reform.


Strategic Conversation: Recruitment and Retention of BIPOC Students

Posted: January 17, 2023

A Strategic Conversation will be held Jan. 25 on Zoom to highlight the progress of LIFT SU Goal 1: Recruitment and Retention of BIPOC Students.


Learning Strategy Workshop: Where Does The Time Go? Time Management Workshop

Posted: January 17, 2023

Start the quarter right by learning how to prevent procrastination by taking charge of your own time. The workshop takes place Jan. 24.


Learning Strategy Workshop: Strengthening your Financial Future – How Can I Pay for Seattle U?

Posted: January 17, 2023

In this interactive Jan. 25 workshop with Student Persistence, learn best practices on how to fund your education at SU through scholarships, budgeting tips and navigating the financial aid office.


January CEIE Message

Posted: January 17, 2023

CEIE Director and Spehar-Halligan Professor, Dr. Michael Reid Trice, reflects on pathways ahead for 2023 and assures readers that all who wander are welcome.


Save the Date for Robin DiAngelo

Posted: January 17, 2023

The Office of Diversity & Inclusion is excited to announce an upcoming speaking event with Robin DiAngelo, PhD ‘91 at 4:30 p.m. on March 9 in Pigott Auditorium.


"Rohena Alam Khan: Daughter of a Revolution" Exhibit Opening & Dance Performance

Posted: January 15, 2023

Join in celebrating the opening of "Rohena Alam Khan: Daughter of a Revolution" at SU's Hedreen Gallery on Thursday, Jan. 26.


Staff Council Office Hour

Posted: January 13, 2023

Staff Council's Professional Development Committee will be hosting this month's office hour on Zoom, Jan. 19.


OSP Winter Workshop - Research @ SU 101: Understanding the Landscape of Scholarship Support at SU

Posted: January 13, 2023

Join OSP on Jan. 26 as they provide an overview of the resources available to support faculty and staff scholarship across the research lifecycle.


Spring Quarter Adoption Request

Posted: January 13, 2023

The Campus Store is looking for textbook adoptions for Spring Quarter 2023. Please submit these as early as possible. The target date is Feb. 5, 2023.


MPS Printing from Macs, iPhone, and Android

Posted: January 12, 2023

An issue has been discovered for users printing to the su-print-queue from Macintosh computers or using Mobility Print on iPhone and Android.


Earth Month Logo Design Competition...with a Prize

Posted: January 11, 2023

Get creative and have “the Earth” be your inspiration! The deadline is March 1.


Interim Director of Campus Ministry

Posted: January 11, 2023

In a message to campus, VP for Mission Integration Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos shares that Andrea Fontana has accepted the invitation to serve as Interim Director of Campus Ministry.


United Way King County Advancing Racial Equity Series: How BIPOC Business Benefits Us All

Posted: January 11, 2023

You are invited to a Jan. 25 panel discussion featuring Doug Baldwin Jr., Laura Clise and Efrem Fesaha.


CDLI Workshop - Jan. 19

Posted: January 11, 2023

The Center for Digital Learning and Innovation is offering a virtual workshop on Canvas Studio.


Microaggressions and Classroom Learning Workshop: Interventions, Recognizing Missteps and Opportunities to Practice

Posted: January 11, 2023

Faculty are invited to a Jan. 27 workshop focused on microaggression and classroom learning.


Calling All Faculty and Staff Concerned About Student Thriving

Posted: January 11, 2023

The Ignatian Pedagogy Series on Whole Person Education invites staff and faculty to collaborate in our mutual goal of supporting the holistic growth of SU students in our current context.


Martin Luther King Jr Celebration: Changing the Narrative, Continuing the Dream

Posted: January 11, 2023

Join OMA on Jan. 17 for a dynamic joint keynote from Hiawatha D. and Veronica Very, Seattle-based artists and leaders who understand what it means to continue Dr. King’s dream.


Congratulations to the 2023 Summer Faculty Fellows

Posted: January 11, 2023

Join the OSP in congratulating this year's 10 Summer Faculty Fellows, who were selected through a competitive proposal process by a panel of peers.


CEIE Presents a Podcast on “The Challenge of Public Theology Today”

Posted: January 10, 2023

As part of the Faith and Order podcast series, Dr. Matt Lundberg encourages us to take the risk at the local community level to engage in conversations that are essential to our shared future.


Advance Your Scholarship with Faculty "Writing" Groups

Posted: January 10, 2023

Faculty “Writing” Groups (FWGs) provide you with structure and support to make steady progress toward your individual research and scholarship goals.


Soup & Storytelling

Posted: January 10, 2023

The Indigenous Peoples Institute and Center for Jesuit Education invite the Seattle University family to a Soup and Storytelling lunch on Jan. 26.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Jan. 9

Posted: January 10, 2023

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


Men's and Women's Basketball at Home This Weekend

Posted: January 9, 2023

Men's and women’s basketball host a pair of games this weekend against two defending WAC Conference Tournament Champions. Claim your free tickets today!


Called to Abundant Life: An Ignatian Silent Retreat for Faculty and Staff

Posted: January 6, 2023

Renew your spirit and vision for abundant life! Give yourself the gift of a weekend retreat based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Apply by Friday, Jan. 13.


It’s Not Just You: How Seattle University Students Cope with Stress, Anxiety and Inattention

Posted: January 6, 2023

For SU students, this Jan. 19 workshop will offer eight micro-strategies along with the opportunity to silently practice each technique for a minute or two.


Winter 2023 Office of Sponsored Projects Observer Newsletter

Posted: January 6, 2023

Learn about upcoming events, recently-awarded external funding, resources to support your scholarship and other sponsored projects updates in this quarter’s OSP Observer.


Dr. Audrey Hudgins Speaks with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice

Posted: January 4, 2023

In this podcast, Hudgins talks about her current project with the Jesuit Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla regarding labor movements.


Faculty & Staff: Share Your International Experiences!

Posted: January 4, 2023

The Education Abroad Office is collecting testimonials from current faculty and staff on their international experiences (studying, living and/or working abroad) and the impact it has had.


Winter SU Food Pantry Hours

Posted: January 4, 2023

The SU Food Pantry is open for winter quarter next week with a couple updates.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Jan. 2

Posted: January 4, 2023

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


CDLI Workshops: Week of Jan. 9

Posted: January 4, 2023

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


Colleagues in Jesuit Education Begins Jan. 19

Posted: January 4, 2023

Calling all faculty, staff and administrators! Come gather for wine and cheese, engaging  speakers and table conversation to reflect together on our shared mission. 


Tap Readers for MPS Copiers May Require a New Card

Posted: January 4, 2023

During deployment, it's been discovered that some colleauges still have old campus IDs that do not contain an NFC chip.


Free DEIA Workshop

Posted: January 3, 2023

Seattle university's Nonprofit Leadership Program invites you to this workshop facilitated by alumna Mikala Lain.


Encourage Students to Attend LinkUp 2023

Posted: January 3, 2023

Encourage your students to jumpstart their new year with LinkUp, the signature networking and speed mentoring event on Tuesday, Jan. 24.


Want to Learn How to Utilize Teams, SharePoint and Other Microsoft Products?

Posted: January 3, 2023

ITS has partnered with Microsoft to provide virtual real-time training for the SU campus. Sign up for the training sessions, which take place twice a week, Jan. 17 through March 30.


Student Employment Supervisor Training: How to Hire a Student Employee - Part 2: Hiring and Onboarding

Posted: January 3, 2023

On-campus employers are encouraged to attend this training to learn more about the step-by-step process for hiring a student employee, including SEAFs, I-9s, policies, timelines and more.


Fidelity Retirement Information Sessions

Posted: December 30, 2022

Sign up for a virtual group Q&A Fidelity session to plan for retirement.


Nursing Faculty Dr. Gayle Robinson Awarded Funds from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to Advance Anti-racist Solutions

Posted: December 19, 2022

Funds from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will enable Dr. Robinson and her colleagues at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, to build upon their Reckoning with Racism in Nursing project.


Center for Change in Transition Services Receives $565,000 Award

Posted: December 15, 2022

The award will allow the center to continue its work providing statewide professional development, technical assistance, consultation and training for educators and families/caregivers.


CEIE Presents Student Reflection on “The Chinese Jews of Kaifeng"

Posted: December 15, 2022

CEIE Student Affiliate Zachary Dar writes a reflection on an article, written by Rabbi Anson Laytner, from the Interfaith Observer’s Winter Issue on “Religious Literacy Today.”


Join the Holiday Fun with Men's and Women's Basketball at the Redhawk Center

Posted: December 14, 2022

Your Redhawks are back in action next week with two holiday-themed games you won't want to miss.


Made in the Makerspace: SU’s New Tree Topper

Posted: December 14, 2022

Here's how the beautiful SU Christmas tree topper came to be and how you can make your ideas a reality, too, in SU's Billodue Makerspace.


CEIE Presents—Reflections Shared for the Multi-Faith Holiday Season

Posted: December 13, 2022

In a season of light and discernment, members of the CEIE Advisory Council share reflections from their spiritual traditions.


Your Next-Level Study Buddy: the Lemieux Library

Posted: December 12, 2022

Learn all the ways the library supports student success with this short video series.


Theory to Practice: How Can Managers Advocate for and Foster Pay Equity?

Posted: December 12, 2022

The Institute of Public Service debuts a new quarterly livestream event highlighting the latest faculty research and demonstrating how it applies directly to the workplace and career development.


December Interfaith News Roundup with Paul Chaffee

Posted: December 12, 2022

Interfaith Roundup features stories about LGBTQ+ rights, climate activism, the intersection of religion and government, the troubling state of Christian nationalism and new interfaith resources.


CEIE Presents—Recording of the Buddhist Dharma Talks with Rev. Taijo Imanaka

Posted: December 9, 2022

Rev. Imanaka discussed “A Shingon Temple Responds to Present Day Challenges: War and the Precept of Not-Killing" in this October presentation.


Managed Print Services Changes

Posted: December 8, 2022

Due to supply-chain issues, deployment of the new MPS hardware is now expected to extend into January.


Save the Date for Seattle U Gives 2023

Posted: December 7, 2022

Get ready to take flight, Redhawks: Seattle U Gives returns March 2, 2023.


Leading from the Heart of the Historic Black Church Experience

Posted: December 7, 2022

Rev. Dr. Doris Cope, who serves as Minister of Outreach at First AME Church in Seattle, spoke with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice about the rich history of the Black Church.


Finals Freebies – Catch Women's Basketball in Action This Saturday

Posted: December 7, 2022

Catch a breather from the end of the fall term and support the Redhawks taking on CSUN.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Dec. 5

Posted: December 7, 2022

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


Reprographics Special Hours on Friday, Dec. 16

Posted: December 7, 2022

Reprographics will be open for completed job pickups ONLY on Friday, Dec. 16.


DEI Survey - Deadline Extended

Posted: December 5, 2022

The Inclusion & Community Committee of Staff Council invites you to complete this brief survey about your experiences with activities around diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).


Diverse Vendor Spotlight: Outside Thinc

Posted: December 5, 2022

Outside Thinc is a Black-owned business in the Central District that offers photography and videography services. Plus, many of their employees are SU alumni! Consider using them at your next event.


CDLI Workshops: Dec. 14 and 15

Posted: December 5, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering workshops on Teaching with Zoom and Canvas Basics for any interested faculty.


Staff Info Session for Master of Nonprofit Leadership

Posted: December 5, 2022

Get an overview of the Master in Nonprofit Leadership as well as the Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Leadership at this session on Dec. 8.


Winter Break Building Energy Setback

Posted: December 5, 2022

One of the simple things we can do to support the goals of our Laudato Si Action Plan is to minimize heating, cooling and lighting in unoccupied buildings during winter break.


Called to Abundant Life: An Ignatian Silent Retreat for Faculty and Staff

Posted: December 5, 2022

Renew your spirit and vision for abundant life. Give yourself the gift of a weekend retreat based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. The retreat takes place Feb. 3-5. RSVP by Jan. 13.


21-day Racial Equity Challenge

Posted: December 5, 2022

Join other faculty and staff for a 21-day Racial Equity Challenge to deepen your racial equity commitments. The challenge begins Jan. 19. RSVP by Jan. 12.


CEIE December Message Features Rev. Justin Almeida

Posted: December 5, 2022

The School of Theology and Ministry alumnus and CEIE Advisory Council member shares on the center being “...committed to being a beacon of [community] connection.”


PWOB Spring Break Service Trip to Belize

Posted: December 2, 2022

Professionals Without Borders invites students to apply. The deadline is Dec. 9.


Recording Now Available: CEIE Webinar with Dr. Mark Lloyd Taylor

Posted: December 1, 2022

Rev. Dr. Taylor, accompanied by three of his former students, explores the role of imagination: in the work and play of a year of preaching; the church-in-the-world; and its relationship with justice.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Nov. 28

Posted: November 30, 2022

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


CDLI Workshops: Dec. 6 and 9

Posted: November 30, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering virtual workshops on Teaching With Zoom and Canvas Basics next week.


Library Services that Support Access and Affordability

Posted: November 29, 2022

Lemieux Library is dedicated to contributing to teaching and learning activities at Seattle University by opening pathways to student success and making resources available in all formats.


Procedures for Weather-related Announcements

Posted: November 28, 2022

With the potential for snow in the forecast, this is a good time to review our procedures for announcing closures due to snow and other inclement weather.


Celebrate Sustainability and Native American Heritage Night - SU Men's Basketball vs. Cal State Fullerton

Posted: November 28, 2022

Please join the Seattle University Redhawks for their first home game at Climate Pledge Arena for the 2022-23 season on Wednesday, Nov. 30.


Seattle University Website Redesign Update

Posted: November 28, 2022

As previously announced, Seattle University is undertaking a redesign of its website. The discovery and strategy phase for the redesign has recently concluded.


The November FORWARD Impact Newsletter Is Available

Posted: November 28, 2022

Read about the impact our faculty, staff, alumni and donors are making across campus and beyond.


Both Sides Now - Capitol Hill Art Walk Party

Posted: November 28, 2022

Stop by the Hedreen Gallery during Capitol Hill Art Walk on Thursday, Dec. 8, for a party! Refreshments will be provided 5-8 p.m.


“Hebrew Bible’s Argument for Religious Diversity”

Posted: November 28, 2022

Referring to the “Tower of Babel” story in Hebrew Bible version of Genesis, Dr. Marc Cohen writes, “the story can serve as a myth explaining how human communities came to speak different languages.”


Now Available: Recording of LaTosha Brown's Presentation at SU

Posted: November 28, 2022

LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter, spoke at Seattle University on Oct. 5, just a month before the midterm elections.


Belonging, Community, Thriving for All: Campus Climate Student Information Session

Posted: November 26, 2022

Students are invited to this information session on the Campus Climate Incident Reporting Response Protocol on Thursday, Dec. 1.


Mental Health and Wellness Resources for Students

Posted: November 18, 2022

As the end of the quarter, final exams and the holidays approach, now is a great time to consider all the great mental health and wellness support resources available to students.


Advent Mass and Christmas Tree Lighting

Posted: November 18, 2022

Celebrate two beloved traditions in one night amongst family, friends and your Redhawk community. 


CEIE Presents: Advisory Council Member Rev. Dr. Rick Rouse

Posted: November 17, 2022

CEIE last month hosted a Lutheran Summit, at which attendees discussed their aspirations for the spiritual formation and development of church leaders in the Pacific Northwest.


Faculty and Staff Christmas Open House Breakfast Reception Is Friday, Dec. 16

Posted: November 17, 2022

Please come by and share time with colleagues as we celebrate the holiday season.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Nov. 21

Posted: November 17, 2022

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


To Share with Students: Apply for a 2023-2024 CEJS Student Fellowship

Posted: November 17, 2022

CEJS will award two student fellowships in AY2023-2024 with a $2,500 stipend per student project.


Washington State 2023 Salary Threshold Change

Posted: November 16, 2022

A change in state regulations will affect many of our staff colleagues as we enter the new calendar year.


Trans Day of Remembrance Vigil

Posted: November 16, 2022

Please join Campus Ministry and the Office of Multicultural Affairs for a vigil for Trans Day of Remembrance this Friday, Nov. 18.


LinkUp 2023: Student and Alumni Event

Posted: November 16, 2022

LinkUp is the signature networking and speed mentoring event for students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Please encourage your students to attend!


Nonprofit & Fundraising Leadership Information Session (Online)

Posted: November 15, 2022

Learn more about these programs on Dec. 7.


CEIE Webinar: “Pathways in Solidarity: Faith Action Network in WA State"

Posted: November 15, 2022

At this in-person and virtual event on Dec. 8, a panel led by an SU alumna will share about Faith Action Network’s (FAN) efforts to advocate for a more just, peaceful and sustainable world.


Women's Basketball Home Opener This Week

Posted: November 15, 2022

After starting the season playing at Oregon and Oregon State, Women's Basketball hosts Portland State for the 2022-23 home opener on Nov. 17 followed by a contest against UC Irvine on Nov. 19.


Nonprofit Governance

Posted: November 14, 2022

Nonprofit Leadership is offering this winter quarter course to nonmatriculated students.


Seattle University Choirs Holiday Concert: "My Heart Shall Sing"

Posted: November 14, 2022

SU's concert takes place Dec. 2 at Seattle First Baptist Church.


Call for Faculty to Contribute to iLead

Posted: November 14, 2022

Faculty and staff are needed to make a quick video describing what leadership means to them for the annual iLead conference that will take place this spring.


Fr. Augustus Tolton Theatre Production Coming to SU

Posted: November 14, 2022

A powerful multimedia production that tells the story of Fr. Augustus Tolton, the first African American priest in the U.S. and now being considered for sainthood by the Vatican, takes place Nov. 17.


OSP Virtual Pop-up: Getting Started with GrantForward

Posted: November 14, 2022

Join OSP on Nov. 17 to get started with GrantForward, a funding opportunity database.


Accounts Payable Year End Payment Deadlines

Posted: November 13, 2022

The Controller’s Office would like you to be aware of key December 2022, Procure SU and Payables deadlines.


Fall Red Talk: Tuesday, Nov. 15

Posted: November 10, 2022

Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for the Fall Red Talk on Tuesday, Nov. 15, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium.


Department of Public Safety Annual Campus Night-Walk

Posted: November 10, 2022

Public Safety and Facilities staff want your input and feedback regarding physical features of campus that affect safety.


Need a New Headshot?

Posted: November 9, 2022

Faculty and staff headshots will be taken Nov. 16 and 17. No appointments; just show up during the allotted times.


Thank-a-Thon: Join in Celebrating the Season of Giving Thanks

Posted: November 9, 2022

Join us to learn more about how caring and committed donors help make everything on campus possible and empower Redhawks by funding scholarships, research, services, activities, programs and more!


Printing Upgrade on Sunday; Impacts for Campus Community

Posted: November 9, 2022

Printing will be unavailable on Sunday, Nov. 13, from noon until 4 p.m. while a required upgrade to the PaperCut software is performed.


Seattle University Receives Additional Funding to Support Transformative Movements Project

Posted: November 9, 2022

The university has received additional support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to convene social movement leaders.


OMA Speaks: Unpacking the History of Thanksgiving

Posted: November 9, 2022

OMA Speaks is a monthly community dialogue series on issues around equity, justice and inclusion for students, faculty and staff. Join this month's discussion on Nov. 17.


November Interfaith News Roundup with Paul Chaffee

Posted: November 9, 2022

The Interfaith News Roundup is an aggregator of important religious and spiritual news. It has been a monthly feature in The Interfaith Observer (TIO) and has now found a home in the Religica Theolab.


Basketball Season Is Back!

Posted: November 8, 2022

Coming off of last night's season-opening win at UC San Diego, our men's basketball team is back in action Nov. 9 and 13 as we commemorate the 2022 WAC regular-season championship and Homecoming.


Thanksgiving Lunch for Faculty and Staff

Posted: November 8, 2022

Gather with colleagues at the university’s traditional Thanksgiving lunch on Nov. 23.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Nov. 7

Posted: November 8, 2022

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


Student Employment Supervisor Training: Supporting Student Accommodations in the Workplace

Posted: November 8, 2022

Senior Director of Disability Services Kim Thompson will lead this discussion on Nov. 10 about supporting student employees who need or request accommodations.


Soul Sessions Finishes the Quarter (with a Twist!)

Posted: November 7, 2022

Soul Sessions has been a weekly series of brief reflective gatherings. The final gathering of the quarter takes place Nov. 16, with an in-person option.


CDLI Workshop on Open Educational Resources

Posted: November 7, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning and Innovation is offering this in-person workshop for any interested faculty on Nov. 14.


Celebrating Laughter, Love and Levity: A Campus Cabaret

Posted: November 7, 2022

Come see the Campus Cabaret, presented by the Seattle U Theatre Program this week.


Nominations Being Accepted for Open Staff Council Seats

Posted: November 4, 2022

A reminder that nominations are being accepted through Sunday, Nov. 13, for two open Staff Council seats.


November CEIE Message

Posted: November 4, 2022

CEIE Advisory Council Member Rose Hesselbrock shares how every month the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement works to coordinate innovative and transformational programs and events.


Law School Awarded Grant from AccessLex Institute® and the Southern Education Foundation

Posted: November 4, 2022

AccessLex Institute® and the Southern Education Foundation have awarded a new diversity-driven grant to Seattle University's School of Law.


$2 off Every Order at 10 Minority-Owned Restaurants Near Campus Nov. 7-11

Posted: November 3, 2022

Eat and shop local during Homecoming Week! Any SU community member can receive $2 off every order Nov. 7-11 at 10 minority-owned restaurants and cafes near campus.


Zoom Update Needed for Client Use

Posted: November 3, 2022

Devices must be updated to v5.8.6 to utilize the Zoom Client; otherwise, you'll be prompted to join through the web.


Important Antivirus Notice for Apple macOS Users

Posted: November 3, 2022

Please be advised that the latest update may cause antiviral software to malfunction, leaving your system unprotected.


WAC Women's Soccer Tournament and Volleyball Senior Day Wrap up Fall Season

Posted: November 3, 2022

Your Redhawks are back in action as women's soccer compete for a berth in the NCAA tournament and volleyball celebrates their seniors.


CEIE Presents - The RoundTable: Discussing Religious Literacy and Global Hunger

Posted: November 3, 2022

Diana Muresan, of the Church World Service, talked with the CEIE Student Affiliates about the importance of her work, religious literacy and how to not feel overwhelmed when addressing global hunger.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 31

Posted: November 3, 2022

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


An Introduction to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition - A Lunchtime Discussion with Fr. Michael Raschko

Posted: November 2, 2022

Enhance and expand upon your understanding of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition in your work and scholarship at this Nov. 15 event sponsored by ICTC.


Diverse Vendor Spotlight: Girlie Press Printers

Posted: November 2, 2022

Girlie Press is a local woman-owned business that provides high-quality custom printing services for catalogs, mailings and more.


Register for the Veterans Day 5K

Posted: November 2, 2022

Celebrate our veterans and join others at the annual Robert Bennedsen Veterans Day 5K on campus Nov. 11.


CEIE Presents "The Art of Spiritual Direction: Foundations, Practice and Applications"

Posted: November 1, 2022

Carla Orlando, M.Ed, is an educator, spiritual director, retreat facilitator and artist who teaches discernment, reflective writing and tools for contemplative prayer.


Open Enrollment and Your 2023 Benefits

Posted: November 1, 2022

Open Enrollment (Nov. 1-15) is your annual opportunity to ensure your health and welfare benefits provide the necessary coverage for you and your family for the upcoming calendar year. 


Honoring Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month

Posted: November 1, 2022

As we begin Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month today, Seattle University affirms and recognizes the deep ancestry, rich culture and sacred traditions of Indigenous People.


Women of Color in Mission

Posted: November 1, 2022

The Center for Jesuit Education invites faculty and staff women of color to the launch of this exciting new group on Nov. 17.


CEIE Podcast: Dr. Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, Vice President of Mission Integration

Posted: November 1, 2022

Dr. Punsalan-Manlimos speaks with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Trice about her work and how we incorporate values into the life of Jesuit universities today.


CEIE Webinar Recording Now Available: Presentation by SU Provost Fellow Dr. Edward Donalson III

Posted: November 1, 2022

Dr. Donalson, a Pentecostal Bishop and SU professor, recently led a talk exploring the theology of the #BlackLivesMatter movement in conversation with Black, Womanist and Queer Liberation theologies.


Strategic Conversations: Recruitment and Retention of BIPOC Faculty

Posted: November 1, 2022

The Strategic Conversation on Nov. 7 will focus on the progress of the Recruitment and Retention of BIPOC Faculty working group.


Seattle University Signs Onto I Stand With Immigrants Day of Action

Posted: October 31, 2022

SU joins with other institutions in celebrating the diverse heritage of our nation’s social fabric and calling on Congress to protect Dreamers by passing bipartisan Dream legislation this year.


President's Town Hall Is Nov. 8

Posted: October 31, 2022

Please join President Eduardo Peñalver on Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium. All faculty, staff and students are welcome and encouraged to attend.


New Awards for College of Nursing Clinical Performance Lab

Posted: October 31, 2022

Grants from the Hearst Foundation and Washington Student Achievement Council secured by Dr. Carrie Miller totaling $480,000 will enhance simulated learning experiences for nursing students.


Día de los Muertos Altars Around Campus

Posted: October 31, 2022

Members of our community are encouraged to visit the altars that celebrate Día de los Muertos in the Student Center and the Chapel. All are welcome to bring photos of their loved ones who have died.


Staff Council Office Hour

Posted: October 31, 2022

Staff Council invites all staff to attend its monthly office hour this Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 3 p.m.


2022 Peter L. Lee Endowed Lecture in East Asian Culture and Civilization

Posted: October 31, 2022

Chin-Hao Huang, associate professor of political science at Yale-NUS College, will present "Strong Capacities, Stable Borders: State Formation through Emulation in East Asia" on Nov. 15.


Faculty/Staff Outing and Discussion – The Amen Corner: A Play by James Baldwin

Posted: October 25, 2022

Join a group of your SU colleagues to attend “The Amen Corner,” the first-ever Seattle production of James Baldwin’s best-known play, on Nov. 10.


Judicial Institute Celebrates 10 Years of Funding

Posted: October 24, 2022

School of Law Distinguished Practitioner in Residence Margaret Fisher has received another year of funding to support the Western District of Washington Judicial Institute.


Advance Your Scholarship with Faculty "Writing" Groups

Posted: October 21, 2022

Faculty “Writing” Groups (FWGs) provide you with structure and support to make steady progress toward your individual research and scholarship goals.


November Commemoration of Those Departed

Posted: October 21, 2022

You are invited to share with SU's Jesuit community any names of those you would like remembered during November at daily mass in the Arrupe Chapel. 


Free Tickets to YNPN's 10-year anniversary

Posted: October 21, 2022

Seattle University's Nonprofit Leadership program is offering free tickets to YPN Seattle's 10-year anniversary.


Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (for Faculty and Staff)

Posted: October 21, 2022

If you have federal student loans, you may qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program and the Limited PSLF waiver. Please note that the Oct. 31 deadline is fast approaching.


A Midweek Pause: Soul Sessions

Posted: October 20, 2022

Faculty and staff are invited to these reflective online gatherings, facilitated by your colleagues who draw from their own faith or spiritual backgrounds.


“Cold Love and Complicated Grief in Extraordinary Times”

Posted: October 20, 2022

Rev. Dr. Loida Martell of Lexington Seminary and CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice discuss how churches address racism, the pandemic and their moral theological imperative.


Invitation to University Community: Participate in Jesuit Province’s Planning Process

Posted: October 19, 2022

The U.S. West Province of the Society of Jesus is undertaking an apostolic planning process. Our participation will help inform and shape the endeavor as well as the work of mission integration at SU.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 17

Posted: October 19, 2022

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


Food Justice Week 2022: Fueling the Community

Posted: October 19, 2022

Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs in celebrating the third Annual Food Justice Week from Oct. 24 to 29.


Family Weekend 2022

Posted: October 19, 2022

Please join in welcoming more than 280 families of our current students on campus for Family Weekend, Oct. 21-23.


Strategic Conversations: Supplier Diversification Program

Posted: October 19, 2022

The first Strategic Conversation of the fall quarter will be on Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. via Zoom and will highlight the progress of the Supplier Diversification Program.


SU to Host 9th Congressional District Debate

Posted: October 18, 2022

Seattle University will host the 9th Congressional District debate between Congressman Adam Smith and challenger Doug Basler. 


Learning Strategy Workshop: Why Can't I Do This? Succeeding in College with ADHD

Posted: October 18, 2022

Learn about some of the biology behind Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and how to find ways to succeed that work with its unique way of processing information.


Your Exclusive NCAA Women’s Basketball Seattle Regional Presale Offer

Posted: October 18, 2022

The Sweet 16 and Elite 8 are heading to Seattle, March 24-27 at Climate Pledge Arena! Be a part of the madness in the first-ever two-site regional format and witness eight teams battling it out.


Caring for Our Common Home: A Reading of Laudato Si' Through the Lenses of Querida Amazonia

Posted: October 17, 2022

Join ICTC on Thursday, Oct. 27 to hear Dr. Cecilia Titizano speak on alternative paths for ecological conversion and for lunch on Friday, Oct. 28 to discuss decolonizing religious landscapes.


Staff Council Office Hour

Posted: October 17, 2022

Staff Council is hosting an office hour for staff to stop by to discuss feedback, ideas and concerns.


Policy on Involuntary Medical Leave for Students

Posted: October 17, 2022

As a reminder, there is a specific policy and process that must be followed to determine whether a student may be placed on an Involuntary Medical Leave.


CDLI Workshops: Week of Oct. 24

Posted: October 17, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering three workshops next week for any interested faculty.


SU Launches 2022 Public Safety Survey

Posted: October 14, 2022

Public safety and security are community concerns. Please make sure your voice is heard by completing the survey today.


New SGSU Process for Requesting Undergraduate Student Voices on SU Initiatives

Posted: October 14, 2022

Are you looking for undergraduate representatives to serve as members of your committee? SGSU has updated the request process, including a new form.


Hedreen Gallery: "Both Sides Now" Opening and Artist Talk

Posted: October 14, 2022

This new exhibition opens Friday, Oct. 21, with an artist talk at 4 p.m. and opening celebration from 5 to 8 p.m.


"Reimagining Leadership in Society – Courage, Agility and Getting Over Yourself"

Posted: October 14, 2022

Dr. Colette Taylor, professor in Educational and Organizational Learning and Leadership, speaks with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice.


CEIE Presents: A Podcast with Founder of the "Beyonce Mass"

Posted: October 14, 2022

Rev. Norton speaks about the Womanist worship service that uses the story of Beyoncé as a tool to foster an empowering conversation about Black women—their lives, their bodies and their voices.


Sundborg Center for Community Engagement Awarded $20,000

Posted: October 14, 2022

The Sundborg Center for Community Engagement has received a grant from the Liberty Mutual Foundation and Safeco Insurance Fund to support the Seattle University Youth Initiative (SUYI).


Law School Awarded Grant from Washington State Bar Association

Posted: October 14, 2022

The Law School received a grant from the WSBA, in collaboration with the UW School of Law and Gonzaga University School of Law, to operate the statewide WSBA Moderate Means Program.


Meet the Executive Teams for SGSU and GSC

Posted: October 14, 2022

The Graduate and Undergraduate Student Governments are in full swing. Meet the teams and get connected.


RSVP To Faculty Research Lightning Talks

Posted: October 14, 2022

Join colleagues on Oct. 27 to learn more about the 2022 Summer Faculty Fellowship-funded projects.


Business Ethics, Politics and Free Speech

Posted: October 13, 2022

Join the Center for Business Ethics for two presentations on Nov. 9 and 10 by Dr. Abraham Singer, professor of business ethics at Loyola University Chicago.


Request for Proposals: Summer Faculty Fellowship 2023 - Due Nov. 1

Posted: October 13, 2022

The Office of Sponsored Projects and the Summer Faculty Fellowship Committee are pleased to announce that proposals will now be accepted for the 2023 Summer Faculty Fellowship.


National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)

Posted: October 13, 2022

In honor of NDEAM, you are encouraged to dive into LinkedIn Learning videos aimed at creating awareness around disabilities, equity and inclusion.


The Jesuits of Seattle U: 2022-2023

Posted: October 13, 2022

Each academic year, SU’s Jesuit community gathers for a group photo.


Flu Vaccine Clinics Coming to SU in November

Posted: October 13, 2022

The clinics will be offered Nov. 14 and 17. Stay tuned for more information on registration and scheduling.


Employee Parking Passes and ORCA Cards

Posted: October 13, 2022

As the 2022-2023 academic year gets underway and we return to regular operations, you may want to review your transportation options.


Mechanical Engineering Faculty Member Awarded Funds from Northwest Kidney Centers

Posted: October 12, 2022

Dr. Shen Ren will support work on the development of a new generation of artificial kidney.


Fall 2022 Office of Sponsored Projects Observer Newsletter Available

Posted: October 12, 2022

Learn about upcoming events, recently awarded grants, resources to support your scholarship and other sponsored projects updates in the first OSP Observer of the academic year.


Anxiety Overload: Coping with the Pandemic, Public Safety and Declining Women’s Rights

Posted: October 12, 2022

A conversation with Dr. Vin Gupta, Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz and Seattle City Councilmember Sara Nelson.


Volleyball, Women’s Soccer and Swim Programs Are Home This Week; Claim Your Free Tickets

Posted: October 12, 2022

Your Redhawks are back in action this week, hosting a trio of conference games.


Calling All Faculty and Staff Photographers

Posted: October 12, 2022

Submit your own pics for an SU Christmas card.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 10

Posted: October 12, 2022

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


Resources for Creating a Climate of Belonging

Posted: October 10, 2022

ODI and OIE are partnering to support our campus in fostering intentional re-engagement for a thriving campus community. Here are a couple of opportunities for additional support this fall quarter.


October Edition of IMPACT Newsletter

Posted: October 10, 2022

Read about the impact our faculty, staff, alumni and donors are making across campus.


Fall Quarter Friday Coffee with the President; Suggestion Box

Posted: October 10, 2022

Beginning Oct. 7, please plan to stop by Bangasser Reading Room on Fridays from noon to 1 p.m.


Laudato Si Action Platform Summit and Celebration

Posted: October 10, 2022

Join President Peñalver and Laudato Si campus partners on Thursday, Oct. 20, to learn more about the Laudato Si Action Plan and celebrate with a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception.


Call for Proposals: ICTC Faculty Fellowship Application Due Nov. 15

Posted: October 10, 2022

Faculty are invited to apply for the 2023-24 ICTC research fellowships. Have questions? Attend a virtual info session on either Tuesday, Oct. 18, or Wednesday, Oct. 26.


CCE Receives Contract to Support Washington Middle School Students

Posted: October 10, 2022

Funded by the City of Seattle's Families, Education, Pre-School and Promise Levy, Seattle University has received a $25,000 contract to provide academic support to Washington Middle School students.


18th Psychology for the Other Conference

Posted: October 10, 2022

Taking place Nov. 4-6, the conference includes a keynote address “Who gets to have a face?” by Dr. Marie Baird and presentations by students and others.


CDLI Workshops: Oct. 17 and 19

Posted: October 10, 2022

The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation is offering two workshops next week for any interested faculty.


A Midweek Pause: Soul Sessions

Posted: October 10, 2022

Soul Sessions is a weekly series of brief reflective online gatherings, facilitated by your colleagues who draw from their own faith or spiritual backgrounds. This quarter's series begins Oct. 12.


October CEIE Message: Student Affiliate Shares Perspective on Center

Posted: October 7, 2022

Student Affiliate Sofia Sayabalian shares how the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement has “blossomed into something exciting, genuine and full of promise.”


Director of Campus Ministry

Posted: October 7, 2022

Tammy Liddell will be moving on from her role as Director of Campus Ministry at Seattle University to step into the role of Executive Director of L’Arche Noah Sealth, Seattle.


Introducing the Faith & Order Podcast Series with the NCC USA

Posted: October 7, 2022

For CEIE’s collaboration with the NCC USA on the Faith and Order podcast series, Dr. Tony Kireopoulos, director of Faith and Order for the NCC USA, spoke with center director Dr. Michael Reid Trice.


Call for Papers: Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal

Posted: October 7, 2022

Please encourage your students to apply to have their work published in the journal.


To a Place of Time, Held Within Four Walls: Artist Talk with Alexander Mouton

Posted: October 6, 2022

Art, Art History and Design Chair and Associate Professor Alexander Mouton presents his photo books series on Oct. 26.


“Unsettling Truths” Book Tour

Posted: October 6, 2022

Mark Charles talks about “Unsettling Truths," the new book he coauthored on celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day, rather than Columbus Day. The presentation takes place Oct. 13.


Referring Students of Concern to the CARE Team

Posted: October 6, 2022

The CARE Team receives and responds to referrals from the campus community about specific student behaviors.


CEIE November Webinar: “A Spiritual Hippocratic Oath to the LGBTQIA+ Community”

Posted: October 5, 2022

Bruce Knotts, director of the Unitarian Universalist Office at the United Nations, will lead this virtual lunch on the safety and well-being of the LGBTQIA+ Community around the world today.


Sundborg Center for Community Engagement Receives Funding to Support Jumpstart Program

Posted: October 5, 2022

SU's program supports Jumpstart's mission to advance equitable learning outcomes for young children in underserved communities.


CEIE Podcast: Looking Forward with Its Director

Posted: October 5, 2022

CEIE Director Dr. Michael Trice talks about the foundation of the Center for Ecumenical and Interfaith Engagement and its collaborative plans for the future.


Shop Local with the New Seattle University Intentionalist Website

Posted: October 5, 2022

SU has launched a new resource for our campus community to more easily find and connect with small, local and diverse small businesses near campus.


CEIE Webinar Series: A Conversation with Dr. Edward Donalson III

Posted: October 5, 2022

Dr. Donalson, director of Doctor of Ministry for the School of Theology and Ministry of SU, explores his book and the implicit theological aspects of the #BlackLivesMatter movement on Oct. 13.


College of Science and Engineering STEM Research Showcase 2022

Posted: October 5, 2022

All are invited to attend this event on Oct. 21 to learn about summer research projects done by students and faculty.


Textbook Adoptions for Winter Quarter 2023

Posted: October 5, 2022

We are looking for your textbook adoptions for Winter Quarter 2023. Please submit these as early as possible. The target date for submissions is Oct. 30.


CEIE Presents: October 2022 Interfaith News Roundup with Rev. Paul Chaffee

Posted: October 5, 2022

The Interfaith News Roundup is an aggregator of important religion and spirituality news in the world. It is a monthly feature in The Interfaith Observer and CEIE at Seattle University.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 3 (Part 2)

Posted: October 4, 2022

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


Mark Your Calendars - 2023 Open Enrollment

Posted: October 4, 2022

Held Nov. 1–15, 2022, Open Enrollment is your annual period to make elections and changes to your benefits for the upcoming 2023 calendar year.


Volleyball, Women’s Soccer Are Home This Week, Claim Your Free Tickets

Posted: October 4, 2022

Your Redhawks are back in action this week, hosting a double header this Saturday, Oct. 8.


CEIE’s Religica Theolab - Buddhist Dharma Talk

Posted: October 3, 2022

CEIE’s Religica Theolab is starting off an Interfaith Sharing Series with a Buddhist Dharma Talk by Reverend Taijo Imanaka of the Seattle Koyasan Temple on Oct. 21.


Memorandum Regarding Marijuana Use or Possession

Posted: October 3, 2022

University Counsel provides this reminder about Seattle University’s policy on marijuana use and possession. 


Update on Supplier Diversification Program

Posted: October 3, 2022

Seattle University is committed to increasing the diversity of its suppliers to move toward a more sustainable, inclusive local economy.


Attention, TikTokers

Posted: October 3, 2022

In case you missed it, Seattle U's TikTok launched over the summer.


Allan and Tung Co-organize Seminar at ASAP Conference

Posted: October 3, 2022

Associate Professor of Art History Ken Allan and Professor of English Charles M. Tung, Professor co-organized a seminar at the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present (ASAP) Conference.


Renowned Economist Dr. James Barth to Dissect 5 Key Areas Impacting 2023 at Albers Executive Speaker Series in November

Posted: October 3, 2022

His talk will focus on economic growth and inflation, federal budget deficits, home prices, cryptocurrencies and factors influencing one's economic outcomes.


CDLI Workshops - Oct. 12-14

Posted: October 3, 2022

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


Navigating Transitions, Managing Stress and Anxiety Workshop

Posted: October 3, 2022

Build up your toolkit to manage anxiety and stress. Alleviate any anxiety and stress you may have this year and learn skills that will help address your mental health needs in this free workshop.


Policy on Political Campaign Activities

Posted: September 30, 2022

As we approach the upcoming elections occurring this fall, I write to remind you about the University’s Policy on Political Campaign Activities.


Open Staff Positions – Week of Oct. 3

Posted: September 30, 2022

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


Audition to be a Part of "Celebrating Laughter, Love and Levity: A Campus Cabaret"

Posted: September 30, 2022

Any student, faculty or staff currently associated with Seattle University is welcome!


Boon Boona Coffee is Now on Campus

Posted: September 30, 2022

The Sidebar Cafe in Sullivan Hall now exclusively serves Boon Boona Coffee. Stop by to get your own cup of Eduardo's favorite coffee!


New Photography Exhibit: “Pandemic, Protests and Perseverance: Learning from the Experiences of BIPOC Nursing Students through Participatory Photography”

Posted: September 30, 2022

Located on the Student Center's third floor, the exhibit showcases photographs by BIPOC nursing students who worked with Dr. Jennifer Fricas using the photovoice method to share their experiences.


Interdisciplinary Team Awarded $1.4 Million NSF Grant for SUMSS Program

Posted: September 30, 2022

Funding will provide critical scholarship aid to 24 SU students with unmet financial need, along with access to targeted activities aimed at bolstering academic success.


From the Provost: Update on the Leadership of the College of Nursing

Posted: September 29, 2022

Dr. Kristen Swanson, dean of the College of Nursing, will retire from Seattle University at the end of Academic Year 2022-2023. 


Graduate Programs Fall Open House

Posted: September 28, 2022

Don't miss this in-person open house on Oct. 6.


Welcome Back from the Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Posted: September 28, 2022

The Office of Diversity & Inclusion welcomes back our community and shares some important updates.


2023 Open Enrollment

Posted: September 28, 2022

Please mark your calendars for Open Enrollment for employee benefits, which will be held Nov. 1-15, 2022. More information to follow from Human Resources in the coming weeks. 


ICTC Faculty Research Presentation with Dr. Nova Robinson

Posted: September 28, 2022

Join ICTC for lunch on Oct. 13 and learn about Dr. Robinson's project "The St. Joan’s Alliance and the Shaping of the International Women’s Rights System."


"Theological Imagination, Seminaries Today and Clergy Burnout" with the Religica Theolab at the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement

Posted: September 28, 2022

Rev. Dr. Molly T. Marshall, a seminary president, speaks about leadership and a culture of holy hospitality in a complex time for graduate theological education.


CDLI Workshops: Oct. 4-6

Posted: September 28, 2022

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


Volleyball, Men’s Soccer Are Home This Week; Claim Your Free Tickets

Posted: September 28, 2022

Your Redhawks are back in action this week, hosting a trio of conference games.


Education Abroad Advising Workshop for Academic Advisors

Posted: September 27, 2022

The Education Abroad Office will provide an overview of how education abroad works at SU at this Oct. 6 workshop. Learn about new updates and get resources!


CEIE Presents: Interfaith News Roundup with Rev. Paul Chaffee

Posted: September 27, 2022

The Interfaith News Roundup is an aggregator of important religion and spirituality news in the world. It is a monthly feature in The Interfaith Observer and CEIE at Seattle University.


Welcome Back from the SU Writing Center

Posted: September 27, 2022

The Writing Center is operating in a hybrid model, offering in-person as well as virtual synchronous and asynchronous consultations.


From the Provost: Welcome to Academic Year 2022-2023

Posted: September 27, 2022

As we enter the second week of fall quarter, joining our law school colleagues who began their fall semester in August, I hope you share my excitement.


Message from Mailing Services

Posted: September 27, 2022

Due to staffing issues, Mailing Services expects delays in all operations for the remainder of the week.


Develop Your Leadership: Masters of Nonprofit Leadership Info Session

Posted: September 27, 2022

Join one of faculty member Noreen Elbert to learn more about Nonprofit Leadership graduate programs.


OMA’s Fall Food Security Resources

Posted: September 26, 2022

The SU Food Pantry is open for fall quarter. Located in Pavilion 180, the pantry is a free resource for any SU community members.


Re-envisioning Women in Mission

Posted: September 26, 2022

Whether you are familiar with or new to the Women in Jesuit Mission program, you are invited to this special Oct. 4 lunch gathering of faculty and staff to think strategically about what it could be.


What Next? The Dobbs Decision and Life After Roe vs. Wade

Posted: September 23, 2022

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies presents a series of lunchtime conversations, beginning Oct. 4.


Soul Sessions Begins (with a Twist!)

Posted: September 23, 2022

The series is meant to help you pause mid-week to breathe, reflect and find inspiration for your daily life and work.


Leading with Purpose: Albers Executive Speaker Series Welcomes Brooks Running Chairman and CEO

Posted: September 23, 2022

Jim Weber, architect of Seattle-based Brooks' journey from the brink of bankruptcy to billion-dollar brand club, will speak at SU on Oct. 13.


LaTosha Brown to Speak at Seattle University

Posted: September 23, 2022

The co-founder of Black Voters Matter will speak at Seattle University on Oct. 5, a month before the U.S. midterm elections. 


Mass of the Holy Spirit is Sept. 29. All are welcome!

Posted: September 22, 2022

A longstanding tradition at Catholic universities around the world, the Mass of the Holy Spirit is an opportunity to ask the Spirit of God to bless us as we start a new year of learning and discovery.


Ignatian Pedagogy for Sustainability Online Fall workshop. Community-Engaged Learning: Carbon Footprints for Business

Posted: September 22, 2022

You are invited to attend a Sept. 29 presentation on SU students who partnered with a local business to determine its carbon footprint and identify strategies for emission reductions.


Learning Strategy Workshop: Where Does the Time Go? Time Management Workshop

Posted: September 22, 2022

Start the quarter right by learning how to prevent procrastination by taking charge of your own time! Learn how to manage your time to keep up with your personal interests and academic life.


FORWARD Impact September Newsletter

Posted: September 22, 2022

In this edition, read about the impact our faculty, staff, alumni and donors are making across campus.


CDLI Workshops: Week of Sept. 26

Posted: September 21, 2022

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


“Blue is Our Color: Black Memory, Identity and Protest”

Posted: September 21, 2022

You are invited to two events celebrating this special exhibit in the Hedreen Gallery.


Annual Notice: Code of Student Conduct

Posted: September 21, 2022

In a message shared with students today, they were reminded of their responsibilities related to the Redhawk Commitment and Code of Student Conduct.


Staff Representatives Selected to Serve on Board of Trustees Subcommittees

Posted: September 20, 2022

Ten of our colleagues were chosen and began their terms last week.


Request an Education Abroad Classroom or Departmental Presentation

Posted: September 20, 2022

Education Abroad Office staff will come to your class to speak about education abroad opportunities.


Campus Climate Policy Open Forums

Posted: September 20, 2022

Join one of two open forums to learn more about the Campus Climate Protocol.


Zen Meditation for Daily Living

Posted: September 19, 2022

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).


Professor Charles Tung Presents at Institute

Posted: September 19, 2022

Professor English Charles M. Tung was invited to speak in a plenary session, "Making English Programs More Inclusive," at the MLA Academic Program Services Leadership Institute this summer.


Seattle University Website Redesign Survey

Posted: September 19, 2022

Seattle University has partnered with OHO Interactive to redesign its website in order to deliver a new and future-focused digital strategy and web presence.