1. Kevin Maifeld Introduction to Interdiscplinary Arts Leadership BA Program

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    The BA in Interdisciplinary Arts with Specialization in Arts Leadership is designed for students who want to create, manage, or administer creative activities within a specific arts discipline. The program combines classroom learning with an internship in a local arts organization so you’re ready for life after graduation, whether you want to run your own business as a working artist or work at a museum or theatre.

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    • Dealing with Homelessness: Criminalizing It Is Not the Answer, Says Law School Prof. Sara Rankin

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      Associate Prof. Sara Rankin, Seattle University School of Law, says that studies by the school's Homeless Rights Advocacy Project show that criminalizing homelessness not only doesn't help solve any problems, it costs municipalities a lot of money. Housing for the homeless and other kinds of projects are more cost effective and can help homeless people rehabilitate themselves.

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      • Massimo Backus, Psychology '08 Graduate

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        As an organizational development consultant at Nintendo of America, Massimo Backus ‘08 builds on the skills he learned as a psychology student at Seattle University. Taking a page out of the university’s mission statement, Backus works at all levels of the company to develop “just and humane” leadership.

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        • The collision of mental illness and law enforcement

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          Discussion about mental health and public safety: Too often in our community law enforcement officers become the first responders when the mentally ill are in crisis. At times police are also the last responders as this collision results in deadly consequences. This unfair to the mentally ill and their families, and is also unfair to law enforcement. Efforts are under way locally as well as at the state level to close the gaps and create safety nets that protect the lives and rights of the mentally ill and at the same time, relieving law enforcement of this growing burden. Speakers include: Chris Jensen, father of a mentally ill son who was shot and killed during an altercation with Pasco police. Gordon Bopp, immediate past president of the National Alliance of Mental Illness Tri Cities, a grass roots organization working on behalf of people and families with mental illness. Dr. Jacqueline Helfgott, Department Chair of Criminal Justice at Seattle University whose background includes degrees in psychology and criminal justice.

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          • David Bander, MFA '13 Graduate

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            Some people with a strong background in science, like Galileo and Einstein, also have a passion for the arts. For David Bander, MFA ’13, his undergraduate work in applied biology became a foundation for pursuing his passion for theater.

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            • Nicaragua Montage

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              Clips from March 20015 trip when Joe Orlando and Keith Walberg visited Nicaragua.

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              • Professor Amelia Derr Interview

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                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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                • Snapshot: MA in Transformational Leadership // Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry

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                  Introducing a unique leadership degree at Seattle University, the MA in Transformational Leadership. Students train to bring their whole selves to work–whether they find themselves in corporations, nonprofits, faith-based organizations, or other corners of the marketplace. Students from every life stage and experience-level explore concepts of meaning-making, justice, peacebuilding, earth ethics, and social analysis while developing skills for ethical leadership, strategic planning, and organizational development. For more information, please visit http://www.seattleu.edu/stm/matl Original HumanMindJigsaw graphic designed by Freepik.com

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                  • Snapshot: MA in Pastoral Studies // Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry

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                    Introducing the Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies program at Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry. The Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies encourages students to discover their gifts and develop them for service. Students engage in a process of deepening self-knowledge, exploring the Christian tradition, and considering their potential to minister to the world. For more information, please visit http://www.seattleu.edu/stm/maps Music by Dan Koch: http://dankoch.net/music-library/

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                    • Gabriel Manriquez and the Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program

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                      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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