STEM Research Showcase

The annual STEM Research Showcase highlights the summer research projects completed by Seattle University students and their faculty mentors. This event celebrates and showcases independent research by students majoring in mathematics, science, engineering and computer science at Seattle University, and is a great opportunity to connect with the current work in the College of Science and Engineering.

The STEM Research Showcase will be open to the public beginning Monday, November 1st and run through the end of the year. We recommend you use either Chrome, Firefox or Edge to view the showcase; Safari users might have difficulty viewing images.

Please use the red button to enter the STEM Showcase on November 1st:



“This summer research gave me great work and research experience that is directly relevant to the work I am interested in. This experience has helped build my research skills and ultimately helped me grow as a student field scientist!”

Selena Perez, Marine & Conservation Biology C'20

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