When public schools need help with struggling students, community partners are stepping in.
Meet SPU’s first-ever Martinez Fellows — teachers-to-be on a mission to change the face of education.
At Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, led by Glenn McFarlane ’72, troubled teens find healing in rural Montana.
Web exclusive: Ways to Help a Troubled Teen
At SPU’s Student Counseling Center, one student worked to fix broken relationships — with food, and with God.
For 66 million girls worldwide, school is not an option. The film Girl Rising, screened at SPU’s Day of Common Learning, highlights the global movement for girls’ education.
The World Acting Globally
Alumnus Stewards Data on All the World’s Languages
The City Urban Perspectives
Nursing Students Partner With Older Adults for Learning and Friendship
Science & Technology Research and Discoveries
Research Examines Predator-Prey Relationships on Puget Sound Beaches
The Bible & Theology Toward Christian Maturity
An Introduction to the Gospel of John
Athletics The Scholar-Athlete
Falcon Junior Plays Soccer for the Philippines in Southeast Asian Games