Our Address

Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington
AC101 Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering
Box 352350
185 Stevens Way
Seattle WA 98195-2350

Phone: (206) 543-1695
Fax: (206) 543-2969

Office Hours
During the Academic Year: 9:00am - Noon and 1:00pm - 5:00pm
During the Summer: 9:00am - Noon and 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Interactive map with directions may be viewed here.
Getting here

Principal Administrative Contacts

Administration (AC101)

Hank Levy, Director of the Allen School and Wissner-Slivka Chair in Computer Science & Engineering

Dan Grossman, Deputy Director of the Allen School and J. Ray Bowen Professor for Innovation in Engineering Education

Paul Beame, Associate Director of the Allen School and Professor of Computer Science & Engineering

Ed Lazowska, Associate Director of the Allen School and Bill & Melinda Gates Chair in Computer Science & Engineering

Shwetak Patel, Associate Director of the Allen School and Washington Research Foundation Entrepreneurship Endowed Professor in Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical Engineering

Gretchen Cox, Assistant to the Director of the Allen School

Jennifer Worrell, Administrator

Kay Beck-Benton, External Relations Director

Tracy Erbeck, Facilities Director

Advising Office (AC101)

Crystal Eney, Director of Student Services

David Rispoli, Professional Master's Program Adviser

Elise Dorough, Ph.D. Program Adviser

Computer Science Laboratory / CSE IT

Aaron Timss, IT Director

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Podcasts and Video Podcasts

We offer both audio and video podcasts of our colloquium series. In RSS 2.0 format:

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CSE Calendars

An iCalendar format list of forthcoming UW CSE colloquia is available at www.cs.washington.edu/events/colloquia.ics, suitable for subscription.

Most Significant Bits

Most Significant Bits is the semiannual newsletter of UW CSE that goes into detail about what's happening in and around the CSE community. Sign up to get the email version of MSB the day that it's published by sending an email to msb at cs.washington.edu.