What’s happening at SPU? This is where you’ll find the latest news about research, events, activities, achievements, and milestones in the life of SPU and its people.
The Falcons will compete in the USA Gymnastics Women's Collegiate National Championships, which will be held April 7-9 in Brougham Pavilion.
More than 100 students and their families are on campus for a two-day event.
Alumnus Zeek Earl ’11, who co-founded the Seattle-based production company Shep Films with several other alumni, returns to campus for the inaugural lecture of the film studies program. The lecture is dedicated to former student Richard Sohn.
Best-selling author and millennial expert Paul Angone will talk about "How to Thrive After College: Embrace Transition, Fail Magnificently, and Find Your Purpose in the Most Unexpected Place.”
Don't miss this special afternoon of vocal and instrumental masterworks from the Renaissance and Baroque eras, celebrating the Music Department’s new organ and highlighting faculty performers.
The founder of the Equal Justice Initiative and author of the New York Times bestseller and memoir Just Mercy will talk about his work challenging bias against the poor and people of color.
This two-day event is a chance to be a part of our community and meet other students who will call SPU home in Autumn 2017.
At the next open house on March 29, learn about advanced degrees in the School of Business, Government, and Economics.
President Dan Martin joined other college leaders in asking President Trump to allow DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) students to continue working and studying in the United States as Congress debates new legislation on their status.
Dr. Sandra Richards Mayo from Azusa Pacific University has been named the new vice president of diversity, equity, and inclusion. She will begin her new role on July 1, 2017.
Dr. Christopher Jones ’94 hopes the families in his medical practice never need to ask: “Is my kid sick enough that I should pay for a doctor’s visit?” Medical director of HopeCentral, a nonprofit health center, he and his team have adapted the concept of concierge medicine to a diverse Seattle neighborhood.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Leland Saunders earned a $10,100 Graves Award in Humanities for his research project, “The Structure of Moral Judgement: Philosophical Perspectives.” His research responds to recent arguments that human beings’ concepts of morality are just a quirk of evolution and don't connect to anything deeper.
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