Intersections at The Seattle School
Receive and Reciprocate: The Generosity of Shared Space
Soon, you will cross the narrow threshold at 2501 Elliott Ave, stepping from the weathered smells of saltwater and railroad tracks into the scents of coffee, books, and the stories that have been and are still forming in and around you. The Seattle School is a community of intentional forming and re-forming, and in that […]
The Seattle School Names Nicole Greenwald VP of Brand & Enrollment
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology has named Nicole Greenwald (MA in Counseling Psychology, 2011) Vice President of Brand & Enrollment.
Cathy Loerzel Named Executive Vice President of The Allender Center
The Seattle School has named Cathy Loerzel (MA in Counseling Psychology, 2007) Executive Vice President of The Allender Center.
The Seattle School Recognized as Candidate for Regional Accreditation
The Seattle School has been formally granted Candidacy status for Accreditation with the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Commencement 2018: You Make My Feet Like the Hind’s
Heather Casimere shares, “You Make My Feet Like the Hind’s,” her words of blessing and calling to fellow graduates at Commencement 2018.
Commencement 2018: A Singing People
Alex Mrakovich speaks at Commencement 2018 about his time at The Seattle School and the call to be a singing people in a world of fear and heartache.
Commencement 2018: Let It Be Glorious
Matthias Roberts, speaks at Commencement 2018 about the work of reconciliation and the death and resurrection of whole-hearted, embodied, glorious healing.
An Introduction to Assistant Instructors
Welcome from your Assistant Instructors! We have an excellent team this year, and we are looking forward to supporting your learning here at The Seattle School. The role of Assistant Instructor (AI) at The Seattle School is somewhat different than what you may have encountered with Teaching Assistants (TAs) in other academic contexts in that […]
Chinese History and American Feminism in Mulan
Wenfei Ma discusses the “Disney, Fairy Tales, and Feminist Theory” class, and her final project exploring the Mulan story and its feminist implications.
Food & Drink in Belltown
One of the best parts about being located in the heart of a city is having access to amazing food and drink. As a student you begin to long for the times when you can break out of class and go grab a bite or a drink with a friend to decompress and have fun. […]
The Fierce Urgency of BlacKkKlansman
Dr. Craig Detweiler, President of The Seattle School, reviews Spike Lee’s new film, BlacKkKlansman, an urgent and powerful story for our current climate.
Faculty Friday: Dr. Roy Barsness
Today’s Faculty Friday highlight is Dr. Roy Barsness, Professor of Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School and author of Core Competencies of Relational Psychoanalysis. Dr. Barsness holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology – Los Angeles, an MA in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, a Postgraduate […]