Seattle University- Tour of the Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation
Tour of the new Jim & Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation at the Seattle University campus.
A gateway stem project completed in 2021, “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.” (Seattle University website)
Located on the campus of Seattle University, the new building features five research labs, thirteen teaching labs, classrooms, offices, and other amenities including the Amazon Computer Science Project Center, Billodue Makerspace – open to all students, the Sunborg Center for Community Engagement, KXSU-FM radio station, a café and two outdoor gathering spaces.
- When: December 7, 12:30-1:30 pm
- Where: 901 12th Ave
- Accessibility: This building is ADA compliant and features gender-inclusive restrooms.
- COVID-19 Safety: As with all indoor events, masking is recommended. We ask that anyone experiencing symptoms of illness stay home in order to help protect our community. Thank you for your continued support!
This program includes continuing education credit (1 AIA LU).
Contact Annalee Shum, Senior Programs Manager, with any questions or concerns. For questions on the day of the program, please reach out to WomenInDesign@aiaseattle.temp312.kinsta.cloud