While technology can be distracting and multitasking impairs attention, school is where students can learn how to use technology as a learning tool.
Science & Technology
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.
By Hannah Notess Photos by Garland Cary The term “early adopter” might bring to mind people waiting in long lines to get their hands on the latest hot tech gadget. But Alondra Nelson wants to challenge that assumption a bit. Nelson, dean of social science and professor of sociology and […]
“I love this study abroad program because both professors are from New Zealand,” says Gail DeBell, director of study abroad at SPU.
By Colleen Steelquist Photos by Brooke Fitts Sophia hunches over an iPad, brow furrowed as she methodically moves blocks in place with the cursor. It looks like a game, but it’s actually computer science. “Does anyone else at your home know how to code?” she’s asked. “My mom,” says the […]
“Kindergartners can do this,” says Teacher of the Year Camille Jones
“We believe the best instruction is responsive to what students are thinking. Students learn best when we take their ideas and experiences into account,” says SPU Physics Professor Amy Robertson. “That’s countercultural in the education world.”
As a preacher, Ralph Watkins, who delivered the 2017 Alfred S. Palmer lecture, sees more value in using technical tools within the church rather than trying to fight them.
Seattle Pacific University’s School of Business, Government, and Economics has introduced a new 20-week certificate program that offers training in one of the most sought-after areas of expertise: business analytics and data science.
Her studies in humanities at SPU gave her the “why” to pilot her academic career in global health.