Kelley Unger

Mrs. Unger directs the Center's new small donor initiative, oversees the grant proposal and reporting process, and manages development-related events and data. She holds a B.A. in Communication from Seattle Pacific University. She came to the Center in 2006 after 11 years at Seattle Pacific University, where she was most recently the Program and Budget Manager for the School of Psychology. She managed the program development and accreditation processes for three graduate programs and the undergraduate psychology programs. In addition, she managed a budget of over three million dollars.

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Three Simple Ways to Counter Academic Intolerance

How you can help in the wake of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
By now have probably been to see Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed in your local theater. If you have seen it, we hope you enjoyed the film and will encourage those you know to go see in the next week or two. If you haven’’t seen it, please take the time to see the film while it is still in the Read More ›

Three Simple Ways to Counter Academic Intolerance

How you can help in the wake of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
By now have probably been to see Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed in your local theater. If you have seen it, we hope you enjoyed the film and will encourage those you know to go see in the next week or two. If you haven’’t seen it, please take the time to see the film while it is still in the Read More ›