By giving to the College of Arts and Science you are supporting faculty and faculty/student research opportunities and special programming across the College to enrich our students’ experience.
Support the College of Arts and Sciences during Seattle U Gives!
The student experience is greatly enhanced by gifts to the College of Arts and Sciences. Here are a number of projects made possible through the generosity of donors:
• Katie Smith Student Project: 'One Life Left: How to Reboot Games for Social Change'
• Communication Chair Christopher A. Paul Faculty Project: Rethinking Meritocracy: How Rhetorical Analysis Helps Reshape Game Design
• A faculty/student team researched cross-cultural experiences expressed in journals written by European bicyclists traveling through Asia in the late nineteenth century.
Student assistantships this academic year including:
• Criminal Justice Professors Elaine Gunnison and Jackie Helfgott's book project, "Successful Women in Criminal Justice"
• International Studies and History Professor Nova Robinson's project "Modern Arabic Philology: Transcribing Nazik Al-Abed Beyhum’s Handwritten Letters into Typescript”
• Social Work Professor Joseph DeFilippis' project, After Marriage: The Future of LGTBQ Politics and Scholarship
Special Programs and Events:
• Global African Studies program and Annual Africa Day event; an annual celebration that brings students 6-12 grade to campus to engage with current SU students around topics about foreign aid, community, and the importance of a changing African narrative.
• Launching of the Indigenous Peoples Institute November 2016 under the direction of Professor Christina Roberts
• Events to connect A&S students with alumni to explore and discuss professional possibilities and career ideas after graduation.
Gifts to the College of Arts and Sciences support a wide variety of areas in the college like fellowships and research, but more specifically your gift in action can support:
$1000 – Study abroad stipend to help with travel expenses
$500 – Department award to recognize outstanding student achievements
$250 – Books for a quarter
$100 – Application fee for fellowship and/or student conference
$50 – Student tickets to an arts performance in Seattle with their class