Congratulations to two Alfie Scholars, Farhia Hassan (Nursing ’20) and Mariajesus Elgueta (Nursing ’19), who have been selected to participate in the Alene Moris National Education for Women’s (NEW) Leadership Institute at the University of Washington, a six-day program designed to foster women’s participation in political and leadership roles. The Institute offers diversity training as well as professional development and networking opportunities. Participants will also have a chance to hear and learn from local activists and women leaders who are social-change-makers.
Congratulations to the recent inductees into the Seattle University chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu (AΣN), the Jesuit honor society that recognizes students who are committed to intellectual development and deepening of Jesuit ideals and scholarship, loyalty to faith and social justice, and service to others.Read More
We welcomed our Alfie Scholar class of 2020 on June 30, 2018 for an all-day Leadership for Civility retreat. Our new Alfie Scholars represent a diverse range of ages (18-38) and nationalities (Bosnia, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, India, Somalia, Vietnam, United States). Six are the first in their families to attend college. Two are parents. Three were encouraged to apply by current scholars! Three are engineering majors, three are nursing majors, two are business majors, and one is a journalism major.
We are excited to welcome these incredible scholars into our community and look forward to seeing where this journey takes them!