News

News

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.



  • Growing Up at Camp Casey

    Jul 21, 2017

    Alumnus Doug Kroon '71 was a child when his family moved to Casey as part of his father’s employment. He still lives on Whidbey Island and now is a baker at a popular Coupeville restaurant.

  • Falcons Named Scholar-Athletes

    Jul 18, 2017

    Twenty student-athletes were among the recipients of the annual Great Northwest Athletic Conference Faculty Athletic Representatives Scholar-Athlete Awards.

  • Graduate Program in Cybersecurity

    Jul 14, 2017

    If you’re interested in information technology security, and have a minimum of one year’s work experience after receiving your bachelor’s degree, then this new program is designed for you.

  • A Financial Aid Success Story

    Jul 13, 2017

    From loans to grants and work study to scholarships, student Cheyenne Moats has worked closely with Student Financial Services to make the most of every opportunity.

  • A “Best National University”

    Jul 12, 2017

    Seattle Pacific is the only private university in the Pacific Northwest to make the 2017 U.S. News and World Report’s Best National Universities list.

  • Feldman’s Work at Local Gallery

    Jul 11, 2017

    A sound and sculpture installation by Professor Emeritus of Art Roger Feldman and Jeff Roberts is currently on display at the Jack Staw New Media Gallery. Both artists will talk about their work on July 14 at 7 p.m. at the gallery.

  • Summer Institutes for Educators

    Jul 8, 2017

    Learn about the School of Education’s one-week summer courses for education professionals.

  • An Unforgettable Coach

    Jul 6, 2017

    Les Habegger built the Falcons into a regional men's basketball power during a two-decade tenure, and was the winningest men’s basketball coach in SPU history. He passed away on July 6 at the age of 92.

  • A Sense of History

    Jul 4, 2017

    In honor of Independence Day, here’s a 2006 Response magazine interview with historian David McCullough who says, “We are doing an absolutely dreadful job of teaching history to our children.”

  • Student Selected for International Leadership Program

    Jul 3, 2017

    Junior Trey Miller has been selected to attend an elite international leadership development program for student leaders from top universities across the United States and around the world. The program will be held in July in Berlin, Germany.

Dr. Christopher Jones and a young patient

Holistic Health Care in the Rainier Valley

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

What Makes Us Moral?

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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