1. This is the 2nd annual Peter L. Lee Endowed Lecture with Special Guest Professor Robin Yates. Dr. Yates is the James McGill Professor of East Asian Studies at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Trained at Oxford, UC Berkeley and Harvard University, he also is a frequent on-camera expert for numerous television documentaries on Chinese history for the BBC, History Channel, PBS-NOVA and more.

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  2. The Center for the Study of Sport and Exercise joined forces with the men’s soccer program to use state-of-the-art technology to improve player performance, coaching, and training. Gathering data in real time, not just in the center’s Human Performance Lab, provides students in the degree program, the student athletes, and the coaches with information typically available only in professional sports.

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  3. Welcome to Seattle University's Online Graduate Certificate in Sports Sustainability Leadership. Program Director Brian McCullough, PhD invites you to take a leadership role in sustainability for your Sport organization. Look over our website, call or write Brian with questions. Registration is now open for this program which starts in September 2017.

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  4. Social Work Professor Amelia Seraphia Derr was asked to facilitate a special program that brings together Seattle police officers and refugee women to build trust, strengthen public safety, and eliminate barriers to accessing services. Today, she prepares her students to take their classroom skills into the community, and to not just be social workers, but to be social-justice workers.

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  5. Listen to Gabriel Manriquez describe the value of leadership that is a foundational part of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) program at Seattle University.

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