SPU receives a five-year $3.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help fund groundbreaking research into the teaching of science to students from grade school to graduate schools.
Environmental Art Creates Community
Students created outdoor sculptures and brought a neighborhood together.
Record Enrollment Led by Graduate Students
Autumn Quarter 2008 brought the largest, most diverse student body to campus in history.
Can Reconciliation Be Taught?
Grants are allowing student teachers to increase intercultural competency.
Taking Time Out to Contemplate Beauty
The Day of Common Learning explored the importance of beauty.
SPU Staff Member Joins Ceremony at C.S. Lewis Home
The Kilns received status as a historic site after major renovation.
Tom Box Becomes Advancement VP
Longtime SPU athletic director resumes role in fundraising and development.
New Academic Programs Take a Global View
Two majors emerge out of SPU’s signature commitment to practice radical reconciliation.
A Tool to Help Prevent Falls
Nursing students created DVD aimed at aiding senior adults avoid falls.
Separating Fact From Fiction About the Brain
Dr. John Medina’s new book gives readers “brain rules” for home, work, and school.