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Top Award for Engineering

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
The Seattle University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is the $25,000 grand prize winner of the 2014 NCEES Engineering Award for Connecting Professional Practice and Education (NCEES). The department received the top prize for its submission, Microgrid System for a Wind and Solar Farm Located in Rural Kenya.

Focus on STEM


Dean Michael Quinn addresses the need of STEM in the work force

Dean Quinn

For the Love of Sports


On the sports beat with Herald writer John Boyle

John Boyle

Faculty Spotlight


Math figures into the success of S&E professor Agnieszka Miguel

Faculty A Miguel

A Calling to Make a Difference

Seattle man's generous gift to the School of Theology and Ministry

Verle Bleese

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12th Annual O'Brien Open Golf Tournament     

Monday, September 8
Time: TBD
The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge
Information: (206) 220-8443

Class Notes

Class Note boniviBonivi Casem Caculitan Sanchez, 07, ’12 MIT, married Austin Cordova-Sanchez in front of family and friends, many of whom are alumni of Seattle University. The couple, who wed at Immaculate Conception Church, resides in the Seattle area. The wedding party included Gerd Casem Padilla, ’09, Michael Casem, ’96, ’98 MIT, Chris Casem Caculitan, ’13, Lawrence Casem Caculitan, ’03, Noel Casem Padilla, ’14, Dorothy Cordova (regent 1980-91) ’98, Fred Cordova, ’53, ’98, Thomas Sanchez, Jr. ’13, Jennifer Ramelb Casem, ’98, Veronica Smith-Casem, ’96, ’02 JD, Mervin Casem, ’94, Austin Cordova-Sanchez, Bonivi Casem Caculitan Sanchez, ’07, ’12 MIT, Cecilia Cordova, ’86, ’99, Bea Casem, ’11, Bianca Casem, ’15, and Rene Laigo, ’80.