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.
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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]
Are you graduating this June? Are you nervous about what to do after college? The Center for Career and Calling has created a series of lectures touching on topics such as graduate school or working at a non-profit company to help students navigate the difficult decisions after college. You can watch and listen to these lectures on SPU iTunes U.
Watch and listen to Rev. Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr., share at a recent community chapel on “Reclaiming the We Factor.”
SPU invites its alumni back to campus for Homecoming Weekend each year. During the festivities, the SPU Alumni Association honors outstanding alumni. You can watch this year’s breakfast honoring Alec Hill.
SPU faculty, staff, students, and Tent City 3 residents discuss issues related to homelessness in Seattle and address appropriate responses to the issues. Check out the video on SPU iTunes U.
Dr. Steele has nearly 90 talks available on SPU iTunes U. While we can’t list every lecture here, we thought we would provide you links to several of them to highlight his dedication and involvement in the SPU community.
“Growing in the Kingdom” given September 30, 1985
“The Smell of Artificial Roses” given April 14, 1989
“Confessions of a Recovering Jesus Freak” given January 22, 1996
“Way Leads to Way” given October 7, 2003
John Swinton, Professor of Practical Theology and Pastoral Care at the University of Aberdeen, gave this year’s Palmer Lecture entitled “From Inclusion to Belonging: A Practical Theology of Disability and Humanness”. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture Series began in 1978 and seeks to bring the best minds and hearts in Wesleyan theology and Biblical Studies to the SPU campus to discuss the Christian faith from the Wesleyan perspective. Watch the video, and discover what it means to have people belong to the church rather than just be included.
Congratulations to Alec Hill for being named Seattle Pacific University’s Alumnus of the Year! Alec Hill is currently the President of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, but before his tenure at InterVaristy he taught in the School of Business and Economics and was appointed its dean in 1995. You can listen to his prior speaking engagements on campus by following the links below:
“Success Isn’t Enough” given May 2, 1984
“Business Ethics and Christianity” given March 31, 1989
“Competing in the Workplace” given with Ross Stewart on October 25, 1995
“What If Your Job Asks You to Sin?” given October 25, 1996
“Students Change the World” given October 14, 2003