Frank R. Seaver

College of Science and Engineering

Loyola Marymount University

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Students Seize Summer Research Opportunities

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Google and LMU Partner on Computer Science Program

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Student Opportunities

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Connect With Industry Leaders

Our Industry Practice Leaders are resources to faculty and students, serving in a number of ways, including advising and mentoring on senior capstone projects, delivering guest lectures, and more.

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Head Off Road with Capstone Projects

Capstone projects can take students to unexpected places — like competing in a baja car race in the desert. 

Engineering Design Showcase 2023

Poster presentations for and by students are also attended by faculty, industry leaders and members of the community interested in networking with STEM students.

Study Abroad with Seaver in Germany

STEM students can gain international experience with Seaver's study abroad in Bonn, Germany. Read more about the opportunities and connections a global campus can offer you.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Seaver College

Among Seaver College’s core values is to be a community that celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion. The college is committed to developing a culture that values, celebrates and provides equitable opportunity, and enables learning, discovery and innovation in an affirmative and supportive environment. Our DEI Committee, established in 2021, informs college policies and practices governing hiring, culture/climate and education on behalf of Seaver faculty, staff and students.

Learn more about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Seaver College

“I particularly enjoy working with students year after year on research projects. You can see students develop a sense of direction as they mature in their studies. The questions they ask are more thought provoking and their methods of analyses are more in depth.”

- Anna Bargagliotti, Professor of Mathematics