Welcoming 135 Students to Seattle

Welcoming 135 Students to Seattle

This month 135 students from Mexicali, Tijuana, Ensenada, Monterrey, San Luis Potosi, and Puebla Mexico will participate in CityU’s “Summer in Seattle” program! This is part of students’ degree program in Mexico and lasts three weeks. The academic programs represented…

Sometimes the Best Trips are the Small Ones with Big Memories

Sometimes the Best Trips are the Small Ones with Big Memories

By Debbie Chan, Washington Academy of Languages (WAL), Student Activities Coordinator, 206- 239-4791,  debbiechan@cityu.edu Yes. It’s true that a picture says a thousand words. And what do these pictures here say to you?  These photos were taken from our recent…

Congratulations CityU Graduates

Congratulations CityU Graduates

City University of Seattle would again like to congratulate the 500+ graduates who joined CityU for its 2013 Commencement at Key Arena on June 15. These graduates received degrees from 22 degree programs offered through CityU’s Division of Arts and…

Tools in the Classroom, Technology Success Stories

The CityU Library and Learning Resource Center just published the first in a series of practice vignettes highlighting faculty who are engaging students with technology.  Academic Technology Support Assistant Ceradwen Bacon interviewed Business Accounting instructor Mark Hoover about how he…

“Sushki” is not “Sushi” with a typo

“Sushki” is not “Sushi” with a typo

 Actually, they have nothing in common.   Not in ingredients, taste, or place of origin.   The only similarity between the two is that they are both international food items.   Wikipedia defines “sushki” thus:   “ Sushki is a traditional Russian tea bread….

Course Resources Published for Summer

Course Resource Guides have now been updated and published for Summer courses.  These guides are available to students from the CityU Library website – just click the Course Resources tab.  They are also available from the Course Information page in…

Executive Leadership Begins with Integrity

Organizations that are built to last are founded on integrity. They hold true to a set of values that guide them through their day-to-day operations and inspire them in facing the crises that make or break all organizations. It was…

Skagit County Tulip festival

Skagit County Tulip festival

For most Americans, the ubiquitous yellow school bus evokes memories of their younger school years, or at the very least, a challenging question on the driver’s license test.  For those who did not grow up in the United States, it’s…

Academic Technology support

Academic Technology support

CityU Library’s Academic Technology staff is available to help you make the most of technology for education, whether in the classroom or online!  Our team (Ceradwen Bacon, Matt Lechner, Sue Wolff, and Al Ybarra) can be reached at LRC@cityu.edu or…

Spring Quarter Pizza Welcome Party

Spring Quarter Pizza Welcome Party

Pizza is one of the most popular foods around the world, and many travelers have been surprised by the pizza eating culture in different countries.  (It seems that the Norwegians lead the world in pizza consumption, in case you were…