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Computer Science Enrollment Stalled in a High-Tech Town

If you haven’t heard, computer science is on the rise, and this is especially true for Seattle. From burgeoning industries to promising start-ups and everything in between, having a background in computer science and IT has never been more valuable…

Event: Nonprofit Leadership 101

Event: Nonprofit Leadership 101

Research points to the need for effective leadership as one of the most important factors in any organization’s success. This is especially true in the nonprofit sector as often times, leaders (at any level) are often cast into roles of…

CityU Provost Joins International Advisory Board

CityU Provost Joins International Advisory Board

This week, Dr. Kurt Kirstein, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at City University of Seattle was inducted to the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León’s Facultad de Contaduría Pública y Administración’s International Advisory Board.  As a member of the…

CityU Faculty Member Publishes “Neuroscience and the Magic of Play Therapy”

CityU Faculty Member Publishes “Neuroscience and the Magic of Play Therapy”

Dr. Thom Field, a core faculty member in CityU’s CACREP accredited Master of Arts Counseling program, recently published an article titled, “Neuroscience and the Magic of Play Therapy,” in the International Journal of Play Therapy. Here is an abstract from the article:…

CACREP Awards Accreditation to CityU's Innovative Master of Arts in Counseling Program

CACREP Awards Accreditation to CityU’s Innovative Master of Arts in Counseling Program

The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) has notified City University of Seattle that its Master of Arts in Counseling program has earned its esteemed…