The 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.
Making the CSI a reality will not be possible without support from our generous donors. In addition to the lasting impact gifts make, donors are able to name their gifts after themselves, their company or loved ones, honoring and amplifying their commitment to supporting and transforming Seattle U.
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Our graduates enter the workforce prepared to lead inter-disciplinary teams and manage complex projects. They are skilled communicators. They know how to approach tough problems and collaborate to get the best results. While they focus on the technical aspects of a problem they never lose sight of the broader implications of the solutions.
—U.S. News & World Report
*Among 300 ASEE member institutions
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
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Dean Allen, Chair McKinstry Chief Executive Officer
Ron Armstrong PACCAR Inc. Chief Executive Officer
John Hamilton, ’87, MBA, Albers Boeing Commercial Airplanes Vice President, Engineering
Drew Herdener, ’01, BA, Communications Amazon Vice President, Global Corporate and Operations Communications
John Hooper, ’81, BS, Civil Engineering Magnusson Klemencic Associates Senior Principal and Director of Earthquake Engineering, CSE Dean's Leadership Council Chair
Craig Kinzer Kinzer Partners Partner
Scott Redman Sellen Construction President
Dave Sabey Sabey Corporation President
Ana White, '95, BS, Mathematics F5 Networks CHRO/EVP
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