Jerrell Davis ’14 is Seattle Pacific University’s GOLD (Graduate of the Last Decade) Alumnus of the Year for 2017.
Glenn Lurie’s vision of tomorrow is of an interconnected landscape touching everyone from the farmer shipping crops cross-country to the corporate executive expanding business into global markets — where the Internet of Things is integral to daily life.
Should you apply to seminary? Our director of seminary administration weighs in on the discernment process.
It’s official: you’re a college graduate! As the Class of 2017 gets ready to enter an exciting next chapter of life, we’ve compiled some top questions about life after college and beginning your career. Seattle Pacific University’s “125 Ones to Watch” – GOLD (graduates of the last decade) alumni who […]
You’ve just graduated from college and it’s time to begin “the rest of your life.” Classes have wrapped up, your diploma is in hand … now what? As Seattle Pacific University celebrates our 125th anniversary, we spoke with some notable GOLD (graduates of the last decade) alumni to see where life has taken […]
Because the Common Core State Standards are fairly new and complex, not many people outside of the education community understand what they are for.
It may be a surprise to hear that we are facing a teacher shortage when many districts and states are also short of funds. But in fact, many districts face a shortage, especially in key areas such as math, science, and special education.
For the global impact of his innovative developments in cybersecurity, and the global good his innovation supports, Jeff Hussey ’83 has been named SPU’s 2017 Alumnus of the Year.
School counselors are vital members of a school’s education team, helping to facilitate academic, social, and personal development in children and youth.
For his work with student leaders, Jerrell Davis was recognized as Seattle Pacific University’s GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Alumnus of the Year for 2017.