Celebrating Octavio Paz, Nobel Prize Winner

City University of Seattle’s Feria Latino Americana continues to celebrate Latino culture through a series of engaging events. On Thursday, July 17, CityU hosted a presentation on Octavio Paz, a Nobel Prize winner. The panel drew a large group of…

Dr. Rita Kepner Gallery Collection Donated to City University of Seattle

To celebrate and further access to education, Lisa Painter donated over 20 pieces of art from her private collection to City University of Seattle. Lisa is a well-known philanthropist who resides in Port Townsend, Washington, and was impressed by the flexibility and relevancy of CityU’s education. Dr. Rita Kepner, is the artist behind this collection.

Welcoming Students from Mexico on CityU's Campuses in Seattle and Prague

Every year City University of Seattle welcomes students from Mexico on our campuses in Seattle and Prague. This year, we are welcoming over 150 students on CityU’s Seattle campus and over 50 on our Prague campus. Students take courses in business…

CityU's School of Applied Leadership: Thoughts from the Dean

The New School of Applied Leadership: Inspiring Growth, Renewal, Authenticity, and Genuine Curiosity Several people have asked me recently about what I am most excited about in this new role as Dean for the School of Applied Leadership. To share…

Discover CityU's School of Applied Leadership

City University of Seattle is launching its third school – the School of Applied Leadership (SAL). This School is dedicated to empowering professionals to be intentional and inspired leaders. For the past decade, CityU has built a roster of well-regarded…

CityU Presents at the American Mental Health Counselors Association Conference

Dr. Ellen Carruth, a professor at City University of Seattle, led a research team of Master of Arts in Counseling students as they explored the impacts of state budget cuts on consumers of community mental health in Washington State’s largest…

Faculty and Staff Participate in Walk for Rice

The Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health program to Asian Pacific Americans in King County. This year, more than 20 faculty and staff from…

Game Design as Curriculum Design: Leveling Up Learning in the K-12 Classroom

City University of Seattle is proud to offer educators the opportunity to earn two continuing education credits August 5, 6 and 7 on its Seattle campus located at 521 Wall Street, Seattle, WA 98121. REGISTER NOW During this workshop, the educators in attendance will be…