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Biochemistry (BIO/CHM 4362) – Winter 2013

January 23, 2013

Ben McFarlandAssociate Professor of Biochemistry Ben McFarland continues his study of the chemical properties of biological compounds (carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, proteins, and nucleic acids), metabolism (biochemical energetics, enzymes, electron transportation, and oxidative phosphorylation), and the integration of metabolism (biochemical genetics, metabolic regulation) in his series of Winter Quarter 2013 lectures.

Lectio: Guided Bible Readings – Gospel of Luke

January 9, 2013

1-9-2013 12-05-21 PMJoin Mark Abbott, Pastor Emeritus at First Free Methodist Church, as he leads listeners on a journey through the Gospel of Luke during Winter Quarter 2013.

Lectio: Guided Bible Readings are sponsored by The Center for Biblical and Theological Education.

Student Success Does Not Arise By Chance

November 14, 2012

The School of Theology and Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development regularly present teaching workshops for faculty.  Watch and listen as Professor Vincent Tinto, Distinguished University Professor at Syracuse University, speaks to SPU faculty about how “Student Success Does Not Arise By Chance”.  Recorded June 6, 2012.

Day of Common Learning 2012: Modeling Civic Engagement

November 7, 2012

Ramona Holmes, Mary Sherhart, Michele Anciaux Aoki, and Nedim Hamzic present “A Common Song: Musical Reconciliation in the Balkans.”  Watch and listen to the various musical selections from Bosnia, Herzegovina and Macedonia presented at the 2012 Day of Common Learning.

The Sleep-Stress Paradox: Five Steps to Better Sleep

October 31, 2012

Amy Mezulis, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, discusses the Sleep-Stress Paradox and shares five steps to sleeping better.  [Audio & Video]

Biochemistry (BIO/CHM 4361) – Autumn 2012

October 24, 2012

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry Ben McFarland studies the chemical properties of biological compounds (carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids and proteins, and nucleic acids), metabolism (biochemical energetics, enzymes, electron transport, and oxidative phosphorylation), and the integration of metabolism (biochemical genetics, metabolic regulation). Series of Autumn 2012 course lectures.

The Christian Politic

October 17, 2012

Join Dr. Reed Davis, Professor of Political Science, for a series on “The Christian Politic” in which he discusses the historical impact of Christianity on politics and how that affects modern politically-minded Christians. Recorded January 2008.

Render Unto Caesar What Is His

What Should a Christian Politic Look Like?

Vote Democrat or Republican?

2012 Opening Convocation

October 10, 2012

SPU’s Opening Convocation is a ceremony celebrating the beginning of a new school year with prayers, hymns, and Scripture reading. Frank Spina, Professor of Old Testament, gave this year’s address titled “Waking Up Startled!”  [Audio & Video]

2012 State of the University

October 3, 2012

Each autumn the Seattle Pacific University President shares his ideas and hopes for the coming year. Listen as President Daniel J. Martin addresses the SPU community and outlines his vision for the 2012-2013 academic year. [Audio & Video]

Isaiah – Lectio: Guided Bible Readings

September 26, 2012

Join Assistant Professor of Old Testament Bo Lim as he leads listeners on a journey through the book of Isaiah on SPU iTunes U. Lectio: Guided Bible Readings are sponsored by The Center for Biblical & Theological Education.


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