Major Seattle area attractions include the Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, the Frye Art Museum, a showcase for visual art of the highest quality, where admission is always free; the Museum of Flight, a premier air and space museum; the Seattle Aquarium, a waterfront center for the conservation and study of aquatic life; the Seattle Art Museum, home to ongoing and temporary exhibits, plus indigenous art from the Americas, Africa, and Asia; the Seattle Symphony, presenting symphonic music in its acoustically exquisite home, Benaroya Hall; the Woodland Park Zoo, a hub of animal conservation that attracts over a million visitors a year; and of course the renowned 184-meter tall Space Needle in Seattle Center, next to the Museum of Pop Culture.
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The Study of the United States Institute (SUSI) on Women's Leadership is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). ECA’s mission is "to foster mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries to promote friendly and peaceful relations.
SUSI Academic Director
Dr. Vivette Beuster
+1 (253) 288-3343 (office phone)
+1 (253) 326-1989 (cell phone)
SUSI Administrative Director
+1 (253) 833-9111 x4892 (office phone)
+1 (253) 293-0129 (cell phone)