Building the future at the intersection of industry, innovation and humanity


The Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation is more than stone, steel and glass. It’s the new heart of Seattle University. A place to shape the world’s next generation of leaders. A place where students will gain the skills and knowledge to solve the most pressing problems of today and tomorrow.

The CSI project includes both the new building and extensive renovations to existing facilities in the Bannan Science and Engineering buildings, as well as an expansion to the College of Science and Engineering's award-winning Project Center. Welcome to the next era of STEM education at Seattle U.

Give to the Center for Science and Innovation

“I am delighted that the names of Jim and Janet Sinegal will be on our new building. They are pillars of our community and great friends to Seattle University."

Michael J. Quinn, Dean of the College of Science and Engineering

Seattle University STEM Education

Top 15%
Ranked #33 Best Undergraduate Engineering Program
The CSI is Seattle University's Largest Ever Capital Investment
Women in STEM

44% of students and 42% of faculty in the College of Science and Engineering are women