Ed Newman’s grandson asked him a simple question one day, sparking a series of events. Now at 72 – more than 40 years after he started his college education – Ed is preparing to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in General Studies.
Faculty and students from City University of Seattle’s Master of Arts in Counseling program have started the university’s first chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), an organization that promotes academic excellence and professional development.
In the face of the tragic shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School, CityU alumnus Josh Webb was able to draw upon his first hand-experience and expertise as a school counselor to help students process their grief and trauma.
Many schools in Western Washington offer counseling programs. However, City University of Seattle’s program is a bit unique because it has a distinct focus: social justice.
Earning a new degree while working full time and balancing family responsibilities is challenging. Paths toward completion aren’t always smooth or direct, but getting to that finish line is possible. David Weddle is proof of that.
Organizations today – from healthcare to government to business – rely on the ability to connect, share and store information online and across systems. While this prevalence of interconnectivity and information sharing may be beneficial, it can also lead to…