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 Ames Library will reopen Friday, May 6.
Two professors look at the biology of questions raised by the Bible, specifically what it means to be made “new” and what the biology of New Creation might be.
The Theatre Department presents this award-winning production about a new parolee and her adventures at the only eatery in a struggling, small town.
Image Milton Fellow Camellia Freeman discusses writing a personal essay, which is “at once intimate and public, personal and political," at the library's next Creative Conversations event.
A local newspaper featured William Sacherek and Liselotte Lamerdin, who recently donated rare paintings to SPU in appreciation of the reconciliation work of the John Perkins Center.
The work of graduating seniors in studio art is featured in SPU’s Art Center Gallery through April 29.
Read about the amazing winners from this year’s Social Venture Business Plan Competition, a unique event designed to encourage students from all majors to develop entrepreneurial projects that can make a difference in the world.
"Works for Two Pianos by Living Composers of Israel, USA, and Lithuania" will be performed by Dainius Vaičekonis, assistant professor of music, and his wife and music staff member, Asta Vaičekonis.
A special ceremony will be held Tuesday, April 19, to unveil two paintings by African American artist Charles Ethan Porter. The paintings are being donated to SPU by William Sacherek and Liselotte Lamerdin in appreciation of the reconciliation work of SPU’s John Perkins Center.
The co-founder of SPU’s John Perkins Center for Reconciliation, Leadership Training, and Community Development returns to campus for his annual lecture.
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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