PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER | 2013

PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER | 2013

ANNUALREPORT PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER | 2013 For more than 50 years, Pacific Science Center has played a leading role in creating programs and exhibit...

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ANNUALREPORT PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER | 2013

For more than 50 years, Pacific Science Center has played a leading role in creating programs and exhibits that inspire and inform people of all ages about science and technology. Our hope is that visitors will apply what they learn to their own lives, and make changes that range from starting an exercise program to reducing their contributions to carbon dioxide emissions. This year’s report will delve into seven issues that define our region as a leader in science and technology—sustainability, science education, wellbeing, economic vitality, young scientists, science literacy and STEM leadership. From the Wellbody Academy exhibit, which illustrates ways to make healthy lifestyle choices, to the Mercer Slough Environmental Science and Technology Practicum’s role in promoting careers in clean and green technologies available in the region, we’ll explore the myriad ways Pacific Science Center contributes innovative, yet practical solutions to the issues facing our communities. We’ll also underscore how the Science Center engages the broader public in these conversations, creating greater understanding of science and its impact on our lives.

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SERVED 1.3 MILLION GUESTS IN 2012–2013

PROFESSOR WELLBODY'S ACADEMY OF HEALTH & WELLNESS OPENS SONIC BLOOM DEMONSTRATING RENEWABLE ENERGY OPENS UPDATED LIGHTING, CONTROLS AND INSULATED OUR SPECIAL EXHIBITION GALLERY IN BUILDING 4

TUTANKHAMUN: THE GOLDEN KING AND THE GREAT PHARAOHS HOSTED THE LARGEST NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN THE UNITED STATES

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RECEIVED THE NATIONAL MEDAL FOR MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SERVICE

2012–2013 KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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As we look back on the past year at Pacific Science

exhibit, which included stops in Denver, Houston and

Center, we see fresh evidence of our unique position

Minneapolis. While providing a rare and treasured

in the community to inspire change and build

experience for guests, the exhibition also had a major

excitement around science. Some of these changes

impact on our local economy and tourism industry.

might seem small, like making better nutritional choices

In 2012–2013, funders helped ensure the future

at mealtime or using energy-saving light bulbs, yet small adjustments can multiply to create profound transformation. This is why our theme, “Inspiring Change,” seems the most appropriate way to share and summarize Pacific Science Center’s accomplishments, progress, and community impact during 2013.

development of high-caliber programming and exhibits in our historic facility, while furthering our goal of enhancing the scientific literacy of our community. We’re particularly grateful to have received support from the National Science Foundation’s Advancing Informal Science Learning program for Portal to the Public, and

We began the year more motivated than ever after

the Institute of Museum and Library Services, which

receiving the National Medal for Museum and Library

allows us to train staff on how to give presentations

Service in November 2012. It’s the nation’s highest honor

on our Science On a Sphere® exhibit, provided by the

conferred on museums and libraries and recognizes

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

exemplary and measurable impact in the community.

All told, Pacific Science Center served 1.3 million guests

Galvanized and excited, we renewed our commitment to the successful programs you’ll learn more about in this report, such as Discovery Corps, Science Cafés, and Science On Wheels. And, due to the ongoing success of our capital campaign, we added a new permanent exhibition, Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Health &

in 2012–2013, with exhibits that inspired curiosity and promoted change. With continued support from the community, we’re looking forward to connecting even more people to the opportunities and excitement of science. We hope you’ll join us.

Wellness, which educates and entertains guests with wellness opportunities. We are most grateful to leaders in the health and healthcare communities who supported this project by sharing tools for making healthy choices in dynamic and exciting ways. Our special exhibition, Tutankhamun: The Golden King and The Great Pharaohs, demonstrated the reach and influence of a marquee exhibit. Pacific Science Center was fortunate to have hosted the largest number of attendees in the United States during the run of this

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Every day, we learn more about how human activities impact the planet. As a science education organization, one of our goals is to help people recognize these impacts and understand how individual choices contribute to the health of our environment. Key to this work is inspiring people to start changing their behavior. One of the ways we do this is to lead by example. This past year, we modeled an ethos of sustainability by continuing our commitment to the principles of the Living Building Challenge™, which define some of the highest levels of environmental performance

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with the community and through leaders in sustainable building, we launched our sustainability initiative and implemented strategies to reduce our impact on the environment. In keeping with these efforts, we also took steps to demonstrate the power and potential of renewable energy. Sonic Bloom, our artist-designed installation developed in partnership with Seattle City Light, uses solar cells to power a dazzling display of light, highlighting how renewable energy can be harnessed to help us all adopt earth-friendly habits.

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Pacific Science Center is doing our part to create a sustainable environment through changes to our programs, our installations, and our building, based on the tenets of the Living Building Challenge™. During 2012–2013, we encouraged guests to consider the applications of renewable energy and provided opportunities to learn about the connections among human behavior, environmental health, and climate change.

THINKING GREEN UPGRADING FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY Imagine the ultimate green building, efficient and earth-friendly beyond conventional limits. That’s the cornerstone of the Living Building Challenge™. In accepting this challenge, we initiated a multiyear plan to make our historic buildings, and the way we operate them, as environmentally friendly as possible. A committee of thought leaders with expertise in green building development and environmental upgrades for built environments 2012

helped Pacific Science Center develop the plan,

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which lays out yearly improvements needed to reach our long-term goals. To reduce energy and water consumption, in 2012–2013, Pacific Science Center:

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Insulated our special exhibition gallery Replaced existing lighting with LED lighting in our

ENERGY CONSUMPTION FACT OUR SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS IN 2012–2013 RESULTED IN A 25 PERCENT REDUCTION IN ENERGY CONSUMPTION.



special exhibition gallery, Wellbody Academy, the



PACCAR IMAX® Theater, the James A. Claypool



Memorial Garage, the Tropical Butterfly House,



and the iconic globes hanging within the Arches Installed a CO­­2 demand control ventilation system



to save heating and cooling energy Installed low flush toilets and urinals

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ENERGY-EFFICIENT IMPROVEMENTS TO OUR FACILITIES

$125,061 Annual utility and operational savings $294,758 Utility rebates from Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities $183,307 Carbon Reduction Incentive Funds from the 2030 District Community 2012

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By systematically making adjustments and adding

MONITORING IMPACT:

energy-efficient improvements to our facilities, we

CARBON DIOXIDE IN OUR AREA

hope to be a model for other historic sites in our

To illustrate the impact of Seattle residents’

efforts to be green.

behavior with respect to transportation and associated carbon dioxide emissions, Pacific

SONIC BLOOM

Science Center continued our partnership with

Summer 2013 brought a fresh crop of inspiration:

the Space Needle and the National Oceanic and

Sonic Bloom, a solar powered work of art created by

Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to monitor

celebrated Seattle artist Dan Corson, in partnership

the level of CO2 in the local area and share this

with Seattle City Light. Standing three stories tall,

information with the public.

the fanciful work greets visitors with five futuristic flowers that have a total of 270 solar panels mounted on top. The solar cells power LED lights that change color at night, creating a fantastic light show accompanied by motion-activated musical notes. Through a feat of creative engineering, Sonic Bloom artfully demonstrates inspiring and artistic applications of renewable energy, engaging both sight and sound in a unique, interactive experience. This project was made possible through funding from Seattle City Light’s Green Up program.

New to the Carbon Monitoring Station is an easier to use interface display to the kiosk that complements the adjacent Science On a Sphere® exhibit from NOAA—an illuminated globe that features dynamic, moving images of the Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and other geographic features. The CO2 station enables visitors to see what’s happening in our local environment and connect its relevance to global scales, more clearly illustrating the implications of elevated CO2 levels. We hope that improved understanding of the consequences of individual and collective behavior on the environment will have a positive impact,

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regionally and globally.

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SCIENCE GOING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

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Science learning can happen anywhere: in schools, at parks, on the beach and in the backyard. At Pacific Science Center, we take a comprehensive approach to science education by providing a full spectrum of opportunities, from family events, to exhibits on our campus and summer camps for kids. We even take science on the road—literally—through our Science On Wheels program. Our purpose is to complement and enhance classroom

EDUCATION study and promote scientific literacy as

part of a well-rounded life. Pacific Science Center hopes to inspire both children and adults with the understanding that scientific knowledge about the world in which we live—whether you’re a scientist or a poet—is a necessary component of an informed life. Ultimately, we strive to develop a curiosity and interest in science that leads to lifelong learning, exploration and discovery.

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INFORMAL LEARNING: SCIENCE UNLEASHED Informal learning settings provide a venue to explore science topics in approachable, interactive, and direct ways. Pacific Science Center offers experiential opportunities for youth and adults that allow for selfdirected learning, as well as hands-on enrichment and exploration.

SCIENCE ON WHEELS Science On Wheels continues to enrich science learning across the region at locations throughout Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Alaska. Whether exploring the universe through an inflatable planetarium or programming a robot, our Science On Wheels teachers packed vans brimming with engaging and interactive props and associated activities to inspire an interest in science in settings both remote and urban. Major donor support from Amgen, the State of Washington’s Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, an anonymous

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funder and other generous supporters, made this

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exciting and fun work possible.

MATH & SCIENCE MASHUP Math & Science Mashups are spirited evenings

3,750

5,000

involving skits and interactive activities that help children and their parents connect math and

PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER CAMPS IN 2012–2013, SUMMER CAMP PARTICIPATION INCREASED BY 27 PERCENT FROM THE PREVIOUS YEAR.

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science to success in both school and life. We developed the mashups in collaboration with our partner organization, Zeno, which works with schools and community centers to demonstrate the

significant impact that math can have on a person’s

Pacific Science Center camps are perfect introductions

life. Together, we transform cafeterias, gyms and

to science topics for kids of all ages. In addition to

community rooms across the Seattle area to make

the Science Center campus and the Mercer Slough

it fun and easy for children and parents to learn

Environmental Education Center in Bellevue,

about math and science. In 2012–2013, we offered

community partners included:

nine Math & Science Mashups in locations ranging from Central Seattle to Rainier Valley and West

St. Thomas School – Medina, WA

Seattle. 2013 was the third year of this program

Arbor Schools – Sammamish, WA

and participant feedback has been consistently

The Overlake School – Redmond, WA

positive, with the program earning high marks for the level of engagement as well as entertainment. This partnership between Pacific Science Center and Zeno was made possible by generous support

University of Washington Bothell – Bothell, WA Meeker School – Tacoma, WA Crestwood Elementary – Covington, WA

from Betty Bottler.

SUMMER CAMPS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH Have you ever wondered why slugs are so slimy? Or why fire is hot? In 2013, Pacific Science Center offered camps that covered topics from biology and nutrition to fitness and physics. Campers were able to dissect an owl pellet to see what owls eat, investigate the structure of a beaver dam, engineer a cigar box banjo and even record a musical performance in the VERA Project’s professional studio.

NASA NOW Our NASA Now partnership introduces visitors to the incredible work of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). In the most recent planetarium program, NASA Now: Gravity and Black Holes, youth, adults and school groups were treated to NASA’s cutting-edge investigations into some of the unsolved mysteries involving gravity and black holes. It also showcased NASA’s recently launched NuSTAR mission, which gives astronomers

In 2013, we partnered with Seattle Children’s

unprecedented views of the highest energy objects

Theatre, EMP Museum, Center for Wooden Boats,

in the universe, from recently exploded stars to

the Museum of History and Industry, and the VERA

black holes. NASA Now programs showcase NASA’s

Project to create 25 new summer camps and expand

mission and data and highlight careers in physics,

our geographic reach to eight locations.

astronomy, aerospace, engineering and related fields—a primary objective of this multiyear grant.

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From First Lady Michelle Obama’s focus on physical fitness to the appearance of salad bars in school cafeterias, health and wellbeing have catapulted onto the national stage. And there’s good reason for it. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than one-third of U.S. adults and approximately 17 percent of children are obese. And research shows that this generation of youth could be the first to

WELL live shorter lives than their parents.

For Pacific Science Center, several key

questions emerged: How do we help create

healthier communities? And how can we help empower individuals with the knowledge to make better choices about their health? Our solution was to develop programming and exhibits that help visitors gain greater awareness and understanding of their bodies, allowing them to make informed choices and improve their overall health.

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BEING SHARING KNOWLEDGE. INSPIRING CHANGE.

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Most of us know that we need to eat healthy food, exercise, and rest, but it’s not always convenient or easy to do. To address these challenges, Pacific Science Center sought to promote better health and provide practical suggestions for making permanent and healthy lifestyle changes through its exhibits, partnerships, and programs.

HEALTHY CHOICES, HEALTHY BODY PROFESSOR WELLBODY’S ACADEMY OF HEALTH & WELLNESS Launched in December 2012, Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Health & Wellness is Pacific Science Center’s first new permanent exhibition in more than 10 years. The exhibition takes an innovative approach to talking about health and healthcare by focusing on the decisions that can have a positive impact on people’s health. Unlike traditional programs that

COMMUNITY PARTNERS THE STUDIO BENEFITS FROM THE PARTICIPATION AND PARTNERSHIP OF SEVERAL LEADING HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS IN THE REGION. EACH STUDIO

can seem like a lecture (‘do this’ – ‘don’t do that’), Wellbody Academy offers visitors a fun, interactive, and individualized learning experience that enables them to reach their own conclusions about how best to make healthy choices.

TOPIC INCLUDES AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE THAT HELPS SHAPE THE CONTENT OF THE EXHIBIT. REPRESENTATIVES ON THE COMMITTEE COME FROM THE WASHINGTON STATE GLOBAL HEALTH ALLIANCE, THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON AND GROUP HEALTH COOPERATIVE, AMONG OTHERS. PRACTICING SCIENTISTS ALSO PLAY A KEY ROLE

The Wellbody Academy exhibition is based on the premise that personal choice will lead to more sustained outcomes in improving health. For example, although Type II diabetes is on the rise,

IN STUDIO PROJECTS BY VOLUNTEERING THEIR TIME TO

it is a disease that can often be prevented through

SHARE AND DISCUSS THE METHODS, CHALLENGES, AND

appropriate, individual behavior change. Wellbody

IMPLICATIONS OF THEIR WORK.

Academy aims to help visitors understand the key actions and activities that will help them achieve their goals and lead a healthy life.

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Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Health & Wellness provides more than 7,000 square feet of hands-on activities and experiences

59,000 square feet of exhibit space

7,000 +

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once a month to explain the implications of their work.

The Studio, which is housed in Wellbody Academy,

The Studio also features daily, hands-on activities led by

showcases current health-related research occurring in

Pacific Science Center staff on related topics. In 2012–

the Pacific Northwest. The Studio exposes visitors to the

2013, topics included global health—which examined

work conducted by health and wellness organizations

how scientists’ research in the region is impacting

in our area, and to careers available in these fields.

people around the world—genetics, and neuroscience.

Topics change every six months and guest lecturers visit

Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Health & Wellness
 was a community-wide effort. Pacific Science Center thanks the following supporters who made this explanation possible: Laureate Level Supporters Anonymous

Fellow Level Supporters

Honor Level Supporters

Scholar Level Supporters

In honor of Chow Chuan-Yuan & King Kuei-Ru

Bartell Drugs

Amgen

Joshua Green Foundation M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Pacific Medical Centers Swedish Medical Center Virginia Mason Medical Center & Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia

Dr. Tina & Karl Neiders

The Boeing Company

Bastyr University

Jim Norris

Delta Dental of Washington 

Ben B. Cheney Foundation

Nysether Family Foundation

First Choice Health

Darigold Inc

Office Max

Public Health - Seattle & King County and U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Rick and Terri Downey

Judy Pigott

Lynne Graybeal & Scott Harron

Erik G. Pihl

Harold & Mary Frances Hill

Puget Sound Physicians, PLLC

Seattle Children’s UW Medicine

The Koewler Family

RL Smith

D.V. & Ida McEachern Charitable Trust

Robert L. & Mary Ann Wiley

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Pacific Science Center aims to inspire visitors by showcasing rare and uncommon experiences that might otherwise be unavailable in our region. Last year’s special exhibition, Tutankhamun: The Golden King and The Great Pharaohs, is a perfect example of the kind of programming that ignites people’s imaginations and opens doors to previously unknown worlds. These types of large attractions not only bring together our community to learn and explore, but also draw visitors from outside the region, adding to the vibrancy of our city and stimulating our economy.

ECONOMIC Almost 700,000 people attended the exhibition, with the majority of visitors coming from areas outside of King County. When viewed purely as an educational and cultural exhibition, Tutankhamun was extremely successful. But the exhibition also had an economic impact, and we’re proud to have played a role in supporting our region’s economy.

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VITALITY IGNITING IMAGINATIONS. STIMULATING THE ECONOMY.

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BOOSTING THE ECONOMY Pacific Science Center’s mission is to inspire a lifelong interest in science, math and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs. Contributing to the region’s economy is a positive byproduct of our work.

TELLING THE STORY THROUGH NUMBERS As a science education organization, we respect the integrity of numbers because they contribute to a scientific story. The numbers associated with Tutankhamun: The Golden King and The Great Pharaohs also tell a story—one about the exhibition’s impact on the regional economy.

REGIONAL IMPACT EXCLUDING SCHOOL GROUPS, 41% OF KING TUT VISITORS CAME FROM KING COUNTY; 37% CAME FROM ELSEWHERE IN WASHINGTON STATE; AND 22% CAME FROM OUT OF STATE.

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THE TREASURE OF KING TUT: A WEALTH OF DISCOVERY Tutankhamun: The Golden King and The Great Pharaohs exhibition finished its seven-month run in early 2013. Seattle had the highest attendance of recent venues that hosted the exhibition, including those in major metropolitan areas such as Houston, Minneapolis, and Denver. We are gratified that the exhibition was so well received, and that hundreds of thousands of visitors took advantage of the opportunity to learn about the wonders of ancient Egypt. The exhibition was a success in other ways as well, drawing large, out-of-town crowds and injecting more than $78 million into the local economy.

LOCAL IMPACT

Additional economic impacts included the creation

“THE KING TUT EXHIBIT WAS DEFINITELY A BUSINESS BOOSTER

of 720 temporary jobs in King County, $64.8 million

FOR ALL DOWNTOWN SEATTLE HOTELS, AND I CAN ASSURE

in business activity, $23.7 million in labor income and $2.9 million in tax revenues.1

YOU THAT WE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THIS EVENT AND YOUR GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR A VERY LONG TIME. YOU HAVE DEFINITELY SET THE BAR HIGH FOR FUTURE PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN HOTELS AND THE PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER.”

A SUCCESSFUL MIX: AWARD-WINNING LEADERSHIP AND VISION Visit Seattle, a nonprofit marketing organization

MARY A. FISCHER, DIRECTOR OF SALES & MARKETING CLISE PROPERTIES – HOTEL DIVISION

that works to enhance the employment opportunities and economic prosperity of the region, awarded Bryce Seidl, President and CEO of Pacific Science Center, the Certificate of Excellence for Leadership in Tourism at the 2013 Seattle Tourism Outlook Award Ceremony and Summit. Visit Seattle acknowledged Seidl for his leadership in bringing the seven-month run of Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs this past year. “Seattle’s cultural and tourism sectors have benefited greatly from Bryce’s leadership and commitment to partnering for mutual success.” —Tom Norwalk, president and CEO, Visit Seattle

Economic Impact Study, William B. Beyers, University of Washington Department of Geography, May 2013

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YOUNG INSPIRING TOMORROW’S LEADERS

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An ongoing priority for Pacific Science Center is to excite young minds about the world around them and inspire pursuit of careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Because experiential learning is an

SCIENTISTS important and effective method of gaining knowledge, Pacific Science Center develops enhanced experiences that intimately involve youth with many aspects of science. At Pacific Science Center-led environmental stewardship programs at the Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center, younger children are able to explore wetland, pond, slough, and forest habitats in an informal setting, while older youth can participate in hands-on field and laboratory research. Through our Discovery Corps program, high school students are immersed in inquirybased science activities while gaining valuable job and leadership skills.

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MAKING CONNECTIONS Through our youth education programs, Pacific Science Center creates the space for young minds to imagine what it might be like to be a scientist or engineer. To help youth understand some of the many fascinating applications involved in science, technology, engineering, and math, we create opportunities for them to meet and interact with professionals in the STEM fields. By forging interesting and educational connections between young people and scientists, we hope to inspire the next generation of science leaders.

MERCER SLOUGH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONAL CENTER The Mercer Slough Environmental Educational Center is a collaboration between the City of Bellevue, which owns and maintains the buildings, and Pacific Science Center, which creates and runs the programs. In 2012– 2013, Pacific Science Center added two, eight-week Environmental Science and Technology Practicum programs to our year-round educational program on wetland ecology and environmental stewardship. Ten high school students participated in each session, representing public and private high schools from the greater Puget Sound area. The students explored environmental science, clean and green technologies, and learned first-hand from high-level professionals about potential careers in these fields. For many participants, it was an unprecedented opportunity for in-depth investigations in field and laboratory environmental research.

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Speakers at the Environmental Science and Technology Practicum included leaders in clean technology and environmental fields from the Pacific Northwest, and represented many academic institutions, including several departments from the University of Washington, such as chemical oceanography, engineering and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, as well as the Oregon Health and Sciences University Environmental Health Department. Speakers from the government and industry sectors also participated, including

they interact with guests on our exhibit floor. Science

Springwood Associates, Inc., 1 Energy Systems, Puget

learning takes place through field trips to other

Sound Partnership, Climate Solutions and McKinstry.

STEM institutions, visits from area researchers and indepth training into the content that Corps members

DISCOVERY CORPS

present and share with Pacific Science Center guests.

Discovery Corps is an innovative and effective youth development program that aims to inspire

While Discovery Corps is an opportunity for youth to

interest and literacy in STEM fields and introduce

gain a range of skills and knowledge that will help

high school students to exciting careers in these

them be successful in college and beyond, Corps

areas. Recruitment targets diverse populations

members also bring energy, enthusiasm, and passion

that are traditionally underrepresented in STEM

to their work, benefiting visitors and the Science

fields and exposes them to the many career

Center as a whole. As one Corps member said, “The

opportunities available.

really cool thing about the Discovery Corps program is that you share the same passion of science as

Program participants have the opportunity to

everyone else in the group.”

progress up the career ladder at Pacific Science Center, undergoing a three-day intensive training session to help them develop valuable job skills in customer service, education, and communication. After successfully completing approximately 100 hours of service as a volunteer working directly with the public on the exhibit floor, students may be promoted to a paid position with increased

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responsibility and training opportunities. Through Discovery Corps, participants gain work, leadership and social skills; increased science literacy and awareness of STEM fields; increased STEM content knowledge; and improved presentation skills. To build job skills, Corps members work closely with mentors, attend workshops on a variety of professional topics, and apply what they learn as

DISCOVERY CORPS FACTS SINCE 2005, 319 STUDENTS HAVE PARTICIPATED IN DISCOVERY CORPS. OF THE CURRENT 91 CORPS MEMBERS, 73 PERCENT SELF-IDENTIFY AS ETHNICALLY DIVERSE OR MULTIRACIAL.

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SCIENCE MAKING SCIENCE ACCESSIBLE

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One of the cornerstones of Pacific Science Center’s mission is to make science fun and accessible for people of all ages. Our exhibits and education programs take science out of the laboratory and bring it into the community. Our Portal to the Public programs, including Science Cafés, which take place at local pubs or other gathering spaces, Scientist Spotlights, and Research Weekends help people learn more about science and its applications.

LITERACY These nontraditional learning programs rely less on lectures and more on open dialogue about current issues in science and technology, helping people see the relevance of science to their daily lives. Portal to the Public programs do this particularly well, as participating scientists are trained to speak about their work with general audiences of all ages through our Science Communication Fellowship program.

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DEMYSTIFYING SCIENCE We all benefit from a deeper understanding of the world around us, which is why Pacific Science Center is passionate about helping people become more scientifically literate. In 2012–2013, programs such as Science Cafés, Scientist Spotlights, Research Weekends, and the second annual Seattle Science Festival made science and technology topics accessible to those without science backgrounds.

PORTAL TO THE PUBLIC This past year, Portal to the Public programs provided opportunities for face-to-face interactions between guests and scientists, promoting an understanding of current scientific research and its applications. Pacific Science Center also continued to focus on expanding its Portal to the Public Network by training and supporting institutions around the nation to offer their own Portal programs.

SCIENCE CAFÉS Science Cafés increased in popularity during 2013, bringing together professional scientists and inquisitive science enthusiasts in the comfortable atmosphere of a neighborhood café or pub. Science Cafés begin with a brief presentation by a scientist, followed by an extended discussion between the scientist and audience. This past year, Science Café topics included climate science, evolution and religion, robotics, technology, and healthcare.

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RESEARCH WEEKENDS Our special event Research Weekends bring together families, school groups, and others with working scientists who focus on polar science, life science or conduct research at the University of Washington. The eighth annual Polar Science Research Weekend gave guests a taste of what it’s like to work on the frontlines of the Arctic—one of the world’s most inhospitable places. Presented in collaboration with the Polar Science Center at the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory, which received a generous grant from NASA, the event allowed visitors of all ages to build igloos, interact with some of the world’s foremost polar researchers, and learn about extreme arctic environments

each year, including Scientist Spotlights, Research Weekends, Science Cafés, and summer camps. In 2012–2013, we trained 48 new Fellows who led 75 Scientist Spotlight events and 36 Science Cafés.

and the impacts of a changing climate. More

PORTAL TO THE PUBLIC NETWORK

than 130 scientists and volunteers representing

Pacific Science Center led the creation of the Portal

18 organizations participated in the event. Polar

to the Public Network, a nationwide network of

Science Research Weekend included experiments and

science centers and museums working to bring

interactive stations for the public to raise awareness

scientists and public audiences together in informal

of the diverse research being done in the polar

settings. 2013 saw the addition of seven science

regions of the earth.

centers trained in the techniques that support Portal programming, expanding the growing network to

SCIENTIST SPOTLIGHTS Scientist Spotlights feature local scientists who share

23 diverse institutions in 18 states.

their work with visitors through experiential activities

SEATTLE SCIENCE FESTIVAL

and conversation. Guests need no science background,

The region’s largest celebration of science took place

as scientists walk visitors through their work in fun,

during June 2013. The Second Annual Seattle Science

accessible, and informative ways. In 2013, topics

Festival was an 11-day celebration of science, math,

included the science of bacteria, brain genetics, solar

engineering, and technology with over 120 programs

power, and the impact of sleep on health.

from more than 100 organizations. It featured exhibits, shows, demonstrations and performances

SCIENCE COMMUNICATION FELLOWSHIP Science Communication Fellows are scientists and

held at venues region-wide and provided experiences that educated and engaged audiences of all ages.

researchers who undergo professional development

Opening night included an exciting presentation

provided by Pacific Science Center and participate

by renowned theoretical physicist and author

in Portal programs and events. Scientists refine key

Brian Greene, and the West Coast premiere of the

messages related to their areas of expertise and

multimedia work Icarus at the Edge of Time, with

practice simple techniques for how to talk about

an original score by the acclaimed contemporary

science with non-scientists. Fellows take part in a

composer Philip Glass and performed by Garfield

minimum of three Pacific Science Center programs

High Orchestra.

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STEM BOLSTERING SCIENCE EDUCATION

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Pacific Science Center is dedicated to improving science education statewide. Through Washington State LASER (Leadership and Assistance for Science Education Reform), which we co-lead with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, we are sparking change in the classroom by providing resources that support innovation and improvement in the way science is taught. We do this primarily through teacher professional development and educational leadership development. Washington State LASER is a public-private partnership that played a

LEADERSHIP lead role in developing the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) recently adopted by the state. LASER is also supporting school district efforts to align science instructional materials and practices with the NGSS. LASER is made possible by major support from State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, The Boeing Company, Battelle, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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Technological innovations and scientific discoveries underlie much of human advancement. Science education must teach students what they will need to know to succeed in school, work, and life. Teachers and administrators need to be equipped with the tools and resources necessary to deliver highly effective science education.

SHAPING K–12 CURRICULA WASHINGTON STATE LASER LASER provides teachers and school districts with the support necessary to improve science education for all students throughout Washington. The program provides professional development and technical assistance to individual classroom educators and administrators, as well as to schools, school districts, and collaborative groups of participating school districts, called LASER alliances. In June 2012, Pacific Science Center participated in

REGIONAL IMPACT

and helped moderate Washington State LASER’s

WASHINGTON STATE IS THE EIGHTH STATE TO ADOPT

created professional development programs

THE NGSS, JOINING DELAWARE, CALIFORNIA, KANSAS,

for leadership teams in science, technology,

KENTUCKY, MARYLAND, RHODE ISLAND, AND VERMONT.

STEM Education Leadership Institute, which

engineering, and mathematics. The event was designed to prepare schools, districts and regional leadership teams to develop a common vision of STEM education within a variety of contexts, including local, state and national settings, as well as current education strategies that can inform the development of highly effective STEM education programs.

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The 82 participants who attended the Leadership Institute comprised 15 teams of elementary, middle, and high school classroom teachers, school and district administrators, and higher education and community partners.

NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS Responding to the critical need for an increased

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level of science proficiency among Washington students, Pacific Science Center, through Washington State LASER and in partnership with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, co-led the effort to review early drafts of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for K–12 students. With funding from Battelle and The Boeing Company, LASER convened statewide meetings that engaged teachers, administrators, community college

1,200 NGSS REVIEW FACTS OVER 1,200 WASHINGTON STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATED IN NEARLY 60 REVIEW SESSIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS.

faculty, university faculty, and scientists. Through the process, LASER collected and moderated the contributions of many educational experts to focus efforts on raising the level of science understanding.

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY 2013 REVENUE Admissions Services Government Support General Support Program Fees Ancillary Activities Investment Income Total Revenue

ASSETS $ 21,160,915 1,832,890 9,543,239 2,356,428 2,315,339 109,681

Cash and Investments Receivables, Deposits and Other Long Term Receivables Property, Plant and Equipment, Net Beneficial Interest in Trust Total Assets

$ 1,421,467 3,465,821 2,860,098 38,654,641 7,514,263 $ 53,916,290

$ 37,318,492

LIABILITIES EXPENSES

Current Liabilities Long Term Liabilities

Program and Operating Expenses: Science, Education and Exhibits Guest Services and Public Programing Fundraising and Development Administrative Total Program and Operating Expenses Depreciation and Financing Costs Depreciation Financing Costs Total Depreciation and Financing Costs Change in Unrestricted Net Assets

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$ 18,774,640 9,600,720 3,911,046 2,359,982

Total Liabilities

$ 34,646,388

NET ASSETS

1,953,006 432,466 $ 2,385,472 $ 286,632

Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted

$ 10,084,210 3,407,019 $ 13,491,229

$ 28,479,206 9,787,075 2,158,780

Total Net Assets

$ 40,425,061

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$ 53,916,290

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2%

7% 5%

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SOURCES OF REVENUE Admission Services 57% General and Membership Support 22% 5% Government Support 7% Program Fees 7% Ancillary Activities 2% Investment Income

2% 2%

28% 60%

USE OF PROGRAMMING FUNDS 60% Exhibits 28% Current Science 8% Science Education 2% Youth Programing 2% Science Films

13%

10% EXPENSE ALLOCATION Program Services 77% Fundraising 10% General and Admin 13%

77%

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DISCOVERY CIRCLE Thank you to our Discovery Circle members whose leadership level contributions provided important support for the institution and our programs.

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FESTIVAL OF THE FOUNTAINS During our 50th Anniversary celebration, we held the Festival of the Fountains: Golden Gala on July 27, 2012. Chaired by the Ackerley Family, Ginger, Kim, Chris, and Ted, our signature annual event provides important support for the Science Center’s education programs. Thank you to our generous sponsors, patrons, and chairs who made the 2012 Festival a memorable and successful event.

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PLATINUM TABLES Ginger Ackerley Betty Bottler Phil & Geda Condit GOLD TABLES Fisher Communications Inc Dorothy & David Fluke Intellectual Ventures Perkins Coie Jim & Gaye Pigott Prairie Foundation Seattle Children’s Hospital Bill & Sue Vititoe Wells Fargo

SILVER TABLES Gretchen & Ted Andrews Battelle Douglas Beighle & Kathleen Pierce BNY Mellon Wealth Management Herb Bridge & Edie Hilliard Steve Brugger & Clea Finkle The Commerce Bank of Washington CRH Retail Properties LLC Marlene & John Durbin Stephen Dwoskin & Janet Donelson Fluke Corporation K&L Gates McKinstry Company Northern Trust Opanga Networks Inc Pyramid Communications RAFN Company / NBBJ Tom Skerritt & Julie Tokashiki John & Marilyn Warner Washington Trust Bank

$1,000 UP TO $5,000 Mona & Peter Bailey Mr. & Mrs. Robert Braun, Jr. Caffe Vita Jeffrey & Alicia Carnevali Copiers Northwest Inc Dr. Shannon Corbin & Jonathan Tingstad Diane L. Due Jason & Alice Enevoldsen Patricia & David Keighley Aaron & Stephanie Kornblum Elizabeth A. Lee LMN Architects Dr. Fred Moll & Allison Speer Mae & Larry Numata Kristin Nordstrom Ratzlaff & Stephen Ratzlaff US Bank Virginia Wright

UP TO $999 Aerospace Machinists Union Barbara & George Akers Jody & Mark Anacker Michal Anderson & Charlie Allaire William & Nancy Bain Barath Acoustics Dr. Kimberly Bell Stephen Capistran & Judith Parker Chihuly Inc Crystal Clarity & Joel MacDougall Jolene Cook Linda Cowan & Sterling Kuhlman Fredrica Elliot Isaac Emery Jim & Gretchen Faulstich Matthew & Heide Felton Dr. Judy Fenyk-Melody & David Melody Lily Garfield Peter & Hope Garrett David & Jill Heerensperger

Steve Hilbert Joe & Amy Huber

Meena Selvakumar & John Mignone

Dan & Susan Japhet

Jayne & Warren Spector

James & Cheryl Jiambalvo

Sarah Stewart & Ben Ross

Diana Johns

Andrew Telesca

Ronald Jones

Dr. Michael Theisen

Aaron Koontz-Dalton

Jim & Paula Thomas

MacDonald-Miller

Derek Threinen

Michael Megalli & Enrica Basilico Nate & Leslie Miles Dr. Bruce & Joanne Montgomery Lauren & Alex Moore Jim Norris Overlake Hospital Medical Center Tom & Sally Peyree Allen & Christine Rickert Kate Roosevelt & Caroline Maillard Jeremy Sadler Robin Sanders & Brendan Burns See’s Candies Bryce & Chris Seidl

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FOUNDATIONS OF SCIENCE BREAKFAST On May 16, 2013, Pacific Science Center held its 10th Annual Foundations of Science Breakfast. With the highest attendance in the event’s history, the Breakfast raised more than $130,000 to support the Science Center’s education programs. Chaired by Pacific Science Center Board Member Barbara Hulit, we were honored to have Eric Liu, Founder of Guiding Lights Network and Citizen University, as the keynote speaker of the annual event. Pacific Science Center extends our sincere thanks to the generous sponsors, table hosts, donors, and attendees who made the 2013 Breakfast a success!

FOUNDING SPONSOR Kibble & Prentice SUPPORTING SPONSORS Intellectual Ventures Prairie Foundation QBE Sea-Bird Scientific System to ASIC Inc CORPORATE SPONSOR Fluke Corporation Pegasus Global Holdings Inc

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TABLE SPONSORS Christopher Ackerley Stephen Bishop & Julie Diehl Bishop The Boeing Company The Boston Consulting Group DNA Four Seasons Hotel Seattle TalentWise Inc Seattle Children’s Hospital John and Marilyn Warner

TABLE HOSTS Amgen Gretchen Hund Andrews Mona Bailey Curt Blake Group Health Microsoft Nate Miles & Grace Yuan Wells Fargo Bank EVENT DONORS $10,000 AND ABOVE Betty Bottler

$1,000 UP TO $9,999 Anonymous Dr. Dana Riley-Black & Benjamin Black Curtis Blake & Kelli Curtis Sylvia Feliciano Herb Bridge & Edie Hilliard Barbara & Douglas Hulit Jim & Diana Judson Mary Knell Elizabeth A. Lee Drs. Ellen Lettvin & Peter Grant Maureen & Jim Lico Stan & Kathy McNaughton Nate & Leslie Miles Todd Owens Jim & Gaye Pigott Arnie and Debra Prentice Laura Spies Mark & Debbie Szalwinski Robert D. Welch Dennis Schatz & Leila Wilke Chris & Kathy Witherspoon Reza Yasseri

$250–$1,000 Anonymous Jay Allen Ruby Amegah Sherilyn Anderson & David Tan Gretchen & Ted Andrews Scott & Sarah Armstrong Mona & Peter Bailey Jim Barnyak Hallock & Susan Beals Rebecca & Donald Birch Scott Bishop Ross Case Bonnie Chow Dr. Daniel & Lorinda Church Eric Conley Jolene Cook & John Miller Stephanie & Christopher DaleyWatson Gregory Dalzell JD & Cecile Delafield

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Charles Eriksen

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Deborah Jensen & Steve Malloch

Rodney Tullet & Teresa Wiant

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David Leland

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ENDOWMENT A healthy endowment is essential to sustain Pacific Science Center and its programs. Gifts to the endowment ensure the Science Center will remain a vital and effective institution for years to come. We are most grateful to the visionary donors who have made contributions to Pacific Science Center’s endowment since its inception on October 18, 1991.

$100,000 & ABOVE Bank of America Foundation Betty Bottler Kreielsheimer Foundation Microsoft Corporation Dr. Frederic H. Moll Martha & Colin Moseley Safeco Insurance William Randolph Hearst Foundation $50,000 – $99,999 Paulyne H. Batchelor Ed Goodrich PACCAR Foundation Port Blakely Companies Seattle Rotary Service Foundation US Bank US WEST Foundation $25,000 – $49,999 John & Ruth Davis Jim & Diana Judson Penford Corporation Judy Pigott The Seattle Foundation The Estate of Lois A. Stevens In memory of Todd Johnston In memory of Darla Norris In memory of David Taylor

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$10,000 UP TO $24,999 Amgen Doug Beighle Bre & Tim Brennan in memory of Kieran Brennan Sharon Butler Jeff & Alicia Carnevali Charles Comfort Jim & Wanda Cowles Diane & Jim Curtis DHL David & Dorothy Fluke Bill Fritsch Max E. Gellert David & Martha Hsiao Jack Matsui JoAnn McManus Jim Norris Mrs. William G. Reed

UP TO $10,000 Anonymous (2) Christopher & Diana Ackerley Douglas Allen Mr. & Mrs. Glenn A. Anderson Keith F. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Peter A.M. Anderson Gretchen & Ted Andrews Scott & Sarah Armstrong Mr. & Mrs. Philip G. Baker Richard & Dawn Bangert Sally S. Behnke Janel Bendetti The Bishop Family Randee & Robert Blackstone Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Blair Mr. & Mrs. Rob Blyther J. Bradford Borland Mr. & Mrs. Wallace E. Bowers Leah Bricker Shirley & Herb Bridge Stephen J. Brugger Diane & Jim Carlson Mildred Carmack CH2M Hill Northwest Inc

Bonnie Chow David & Mari Clack Dorothy (Debbie) Clegg Mike & Gail Coie Phil & Geda Condit Joseph Curtis Sallianne & Robert J. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Fred E. Denham Richard Derham Bob & Marilyn Dickey Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Drumhiller Lynn G. Dunne Marlene & John Durbin David & Diane Ellison Mr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Fisken Tom Fleege Dr. Harold & Betty Forsen Susan Gasbar Mr. & Mrs. Herbert H. Getchell Jack & Vickie Seznick Karen Goodheart Dawn Gray Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Gray Jay & Pam Green Carole J. Grisham

Mr. & Mrs. Jay W. Hamilton

Margaret Masar & Geoffrey Nichols

Richard & Sharlene Wilcox

Gene McManus

Mayor Norm Rice & Dr. Constance Rice

Joyce Hamilton George & Jan Hancock

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John & Sarah Rindlaub

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Jane C. Williams

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Don & Karin Rootin

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Mary Ellen Mullen & Bo Woronowicz

Sill Family Foundation

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Dr. Gilbert Omenn & Martha Darling

Donald Simpson

Lane & Gail Johnston

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Margaret Johnston

Pacific Science Center Store Employees

Rich & Aimee Jones

The Pacific Lumber Company

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Mary Lu & Mark Kirchner

Terry Pagos

Stimson Bullitt Foundation

KIRO Inc

William & Beverly Parker

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Midge & Don Kraft

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Arthur Larson

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William & Diane Vetter

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James & Christine Potochny

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Leigh & Louise Rabel

James & Christine Warjone

Douglas & Marilee Lewis

Marilyn & Jack Rafn

John & Marilyn Warner

Howard & Grace Lincoln

John & Kathleen Rasmussen

Washington Mutual Foundation

Carl & Jan Lindein

Holly M. Redell

George & Susan Weller

Curtis P. Lindley

Mr. & Mrs. B.E. Reuwsaat

Robin Wilcox

Mary Ann & Robert Wiley

Mrs. Andy Smith

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VOLUNTEERS Pacific Science Center gratefully acknowledges the following volunteers who dedicated hours of support to advance our mission and reach.

Rebecca Achterman

Jacquelyn Braggin

Stuart Davidson

Gina Fridley

Liz Harris

Kathryn Jones

Bridget Adam

Emily Brandon

Benjamin Davis

Keita Fukumoto

George Hartung

Julia Joo

Katie Adamson

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Brandie Deal

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EMPLOYEES Pacific Science Center gratefully acknowledges the hard work and commitment of our professional staff. Their dedication enables the institution to serve the community and region at the highest level.

DEVELOPMENT & MEMBERSHIP Erik G. Pihl VP for Development Kimberly Abrahamson Amanda Adams Cody Armaly Lindsay Bailey Ruth Blinderman David Nicholas Bowen Mary Jill Braxtan Michael Breeden Christina Cadenhead Matthew Carlson Paige Catanese Christos M Droukas Nikolaos Droukas Dana Fialdini Lindsey E Francis Cristina C Friday Jessica Hanna Leah Hausman Melody R Hirsch Lindsey Hoernig Karen L Hoffman Daniel Holmberg Mackensie S. Hotz Rebekah A Hutton Jason Keen Jannine Koewler Jordan Lane Ashley Loller Laura Mazzocchi Lauren Miller Vanessa M Mills Callie Moore

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Genet Muhe Amylla Murray Kristin Noblin Jesse Northrup Angelina M Ong Ian Peterson Nicholas Peyton Kristi Pogatchnik Kelly Posewitz Alexander Reeder Melanie Rutledge Chelsea Sadler Shannon Schumacher Winona R Sigo Sara V Sloyer Joseph A Smith Sherri L. Smith Sarah C. K. Stewart Ariel V Thompson Karen Victoria Thostesen Tracy Tindle Kelly Wakefield Twila Whidby Devin J Williams Katherine Zappala

EXECUTIVE OFFICE R. Bryce Seidl President & CEO Amy T. Collins

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EXHIBITS & LIFE SCIENCES Diana Johns VP for Exhibits & Life Sciences Lauren B. Bloomenthal Gregory Gallacci Ashley Hollender Maida Ingalls Greg Kono Felicia M Maffia Lisa Marchisio Craig K. Matsuda Sarah Moore Kenneth A Parke Jennifer Purnell Rowe Redick Christopher Russell Daniel L. Warner Ronald Wuethrich

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FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Michal Anderson Chief Financial & Operating Officer Efrem Abunu Asha F. Aden Jeffrey Alejandria Calvin Allan Jamal P Barksdale Mary Barstad Mollie Behn Michael A Belay Kelly Berger Chloe Birnel Kimberly Bringmann Akida M Dawson

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GUEST SERVICES & THEATER PROGRAMS Diane Carlson VP for Guest Services & Theaters Temesgen Abraha Adam Adkins Stephanie Adrales Annette Aguirre Omar Aguirre David Altug Franklyn Anderson Tiara Atkins James Bach Edwin R Bailey Jackielyn Bannister Mark Bello Jennifer Bentz

Sarah Kabel Michael Kostis Rachel LaPierre Karen Lennon Christina Macias Taylor Martin Michael J. Mathers Scott McConnell Amanda R Mintz Kristen Priday Moss Siri Nelson Leilani K Nussman Natalie Oppliger Katelen Phelan Hillary Poore Melanie Preston

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Barbara J. Cottrell Annaliese E Davis Kevin de los Santos Dekker Deen Nicolas A Dejneka Hannah Diamond Kevin Douglass David Dukart Kristie Dyer Emily Early-Griffith Kaci K Eberhart Katief Edwards James M Erwin Jeffrey Fang Anna R Ferrario Andrew J Fisher Kathleen Flannigan Erin E Fox Laura Glasgow Samantha Grim Ronnica Hamm

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MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS Crystal Clarity VP for Marketing & Communication Samantha L Bannon Stuart D Beckman Lucinda K. Berkey Paula Bock Karen G Bryce

Lenisa Ruddick

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Alaina Schulner Stefan Sele John Spitzer Sara Stanford Elin Waldman

SCIENCE & EDUCATION Ellen Lettvin VP for Science & Education Daniel Acierto Jordan Adams Christiane Adcock Katharine Agriel Mary Clarissa Allen George Alvarez Kristen Anderson Anna E Anderson Katherine Anderson Hattie Andres Christina Arens Keith S Asfour Tamzin Atkins Eion Atkins Carolyn Atkinson Shivani Bahl Bianca Barnes Bijoya Basu Jennifer Beatte Arthur Bednar Sharette Bello Suazo Rohan Bhatt Lydia Biddle Anna C Bitners Nancy Blanco Michael L Bowers Chelsea Brassfield Christina Buce Allison Burnette Ryann Burton Jill Burton

Teri Butorac-Lee Meredith K Cambre Katharine Canning Emily Carraux Hailey G Castonguay Sara Celms Adrian Cerrato Samuel Chamberlain Melissa Chance Nicole Chapdelaine Nathaniel J Chapman Rosemarie Chartier Raquel M Chase Tiffany C Chiang Oorja Chowdhary Brie Chun Dorothy Cicero Jacob Clark Blickenstaff Neemah Cobell Tara Coffin Emily Coleman Dafarus Coleman Kalei L Combs Jessica Aronson Cook Teryl Y Cooper Christopher S Cosby Christopher R Costa Alexandra Cross Holly S. Csiga Kevin Cuevas Sarah Culp Louise S Currie Shaheerah Davis Derrick D Deherrera Curtis Delgardo

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EMPLOYEES Miyuki A Wong

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STRATEGIC PROGRAMS Meena Selvakumar Acting VP for Strategic Programs Stephanie M Fitzwater Arduini Beth Gibson Wendy R Hansen Mary Olson Jennifer Pritchard Rachel Ramey Dana Vukajlovich Elizabeth Wesche Tamara J Yurkanin Dennis L. Schatz Senior VP On special assignment to National Science Foundation, Washington D.C.

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Sally S. Behnke*

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The Honorable Jim McDermott

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Dr. Mary Alice Heuschel

Dr. Sanford Melzer

Peter Stanton

Dr. Warren Buck

Harold & Mary Frances Hill

Nate Miles

Robert Steiner

Phil Bussey

Dr. Craig Hogan

Ed Millet

Edward Thomas

Dan Byrne

Kenneth Holtby*

Dr. Fred Moll

Mark Torrance

Phyllis Campbell

Hanson Hosein

Dr. Bruce Montgomery

Seshadri Velamoor

Ivar Chhina

David Hsiao

Tomio Moriguchi

Jim Warjone

Bonnie Chow

Norman Hubbard

Donald Morrisey

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David Clack

C. David Hughbanks

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Dr. Roger Olstad

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Carol Kessler

Dr. Gilbert Omenn

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS HONORARY CHAIR Scott Armstrong, President & CEO, Group Health Cooperative

BOARD MEMBERS Christopher H. Ackerley, Managing Partner & Co-Founder, Ackerley Partners, LLC

PAST CHAIR Philip M. Condit, Redmond, WA

Ash Awad, Vice President, McKinstry

CHAIR Tim Copes, Vice President, Fleet Services, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Mona H. Bailey, Independent Education Consultant, Seattle, WA

TREASURER Edward D. Thomas, Partner, Deloitte Tax LLP SECRETARY Gretchen Hund Andrews, Senior Staff Scientist, Global Security & Technology Policy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory DIRECTORS EMERITUS Ginger Ackerley, Ackerley Partners, LLC Doug P. Bieghle* Madrona Investment Group, LLC Elisabeth Bottler, Seattle, WA

Douglas J. Barker, Senior Attorney, Microsoft Corporation Stephen C. Bishop, Partner, Perkins Coie, LLP Curt Blake, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Spaceflight, Inc. Adriane M. Brown, President & Chief Operating Officer, Intellectual Ventures Colleen B. Brown, President, CEO & Director, Fisher Communications, Inc.

John M. Davis, Founding Partner & Of Counsel, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Dr. Warren Buck, Chancellor Emeritus & Professor, Department of Physics, University of Washington Bothell, WA

Marlene Durbin, Hunts Point, WA

Ivar Chhina, Seattle, WA

David Fluke, General Partner, Fluke Capital Management, L.P

Nelson Del Rio, Chairman, The Del Rio Family Foundation

James E. Warjone, Carefree, AZ

Ed Fries, Founder & Owner FigurePrints

Edward F. Millet, Managing Director, Northwest Region, J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc.

Dr. Patricia D. Galloway, President & CEO, Pegasus Global Holdings, Inc.

Colin Moseley, Chairman, Green Diamond Resource Company

Dr. Mary Alice Heuschel, Superintendent, Renton School District

Arleen Paulino, Executive Director, Clinical Operations, Amgen, Inc.

Hanson Hosein, Director, Communication Leadership Graduate Program, University of Washington

Phil Quartararo, Los Angeles, CA John Warner, Seattle, WA

Norm Hubbard, Executive Vice President, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Chris Witherspoon, Principal + Director of Client Services, DNA

Barbara B. Hulit, Senior Vice President, Danaher Business Systems, Danaher Corporation

Grace Yuan, Partner, K&L Gates

C. James Judson, Chairman, Opanga Networks, Inc. Mary A. Knell, CEO, Washington & Western Canada Commercial Banking Division, Wells Fargo Bank Dan McConnell Principal and Chief Strategist, DMCPR Stan McNaughton, CEO & Chairman of the Board, PEMCO Insurance Companies Dr. Sanford Melzer, Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning, Seattle Children’s Hospital Nate Miles Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, State Government Affairs, Eli Lilly

Serving from July 1, 2012–June 30, 2013 * denotes deceased

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REMEMBERING

Mary Ann Wiley

Rowena Lee

Pacific Science Center lost a great friend and

Rowena Lee, one of our long-serving and most

passionate advocate with the passing of Mary

cherished volunteers, passed away on November

Ann Wiley. Mary Ann was one of the Science

20, 2013. For 29 years, Rowena’s radiant attitude

Center’s earliest volunteers, serving for nearly

and contagious smile brought our exhibits to

50 years, including time as a Board Member

life through dynamic interpretation. As a Senior

from 1977–1982 and co-chairing Festival of the

Science Interpreter and true champion of Pacific

Fountains with her husband, Bob Wiley, in 1969

Science Center, Rowena acted as a mentor for

and 1970. Through many selfless acts, Mary

fellow volunteers and employees through many

Ann continually revealed her passion for science

key exhibits, beginning with the 1984 exhibit,

education and strong commitment to Pacific

China: 7,000 Years of Discovery. Rowena brought

Science Center: Mary Ann and Bob graciously

an ease with guests that all of our volunteers

hosted guests visiting the Science Center in their

strive to emulate. Among staff, Rowena was

home for extended stays and for special evenings;

known for her unending patience and how

Mary Ann led travel tours for the Science Center

she took interest in the lives of all of her peers,

to China, Japan, Peru, and Mexico, including the

no matter how small the detail. Rowena was

Yucatan; she spent many “Science Circus” holiday

so integrated with the Science Center that the

periods promoting membership to families; as a

photo pictured above was used in our 2001

founding member of the 2012 leadership giving

exhibit, Genetics!. Rowena carried with her a

program that became Discovery Circle, Mary Ann

legacy of genuine curiosity for all things science

and Bob generously supported the work of Pacific

and Pacific Science Center is most grateful for

Science Center and introduced many others to

Rowena’s friendly spirit of service that she shared

the Science Center helping the institution grow

with guests and staff for so many years.

to what it is today. Mary Ann was a special friend to everyone who met her and Pacific Science Center was enriched by her many volunteer contributions. She is greatly missed. Photo Credit: Shelly Oberman Photography

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