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Stephen Vincent Sundborg, S.J. (born ?) is an American Jesuit and theologian. He has served as the 21st President of Seattle University since July 1997.
Sundborg was raised in the Territory of Alaska. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1961 and was ordained a Catholic Jesuit priest in 1974 in Seattle. In 1982, Sundborg obtained a doctorate in spirituality from Pontifical Gregorian University.
He taught theology at Seattle University from 1982 until 1990, when he was appointed the Provincial of the Northwest Jesuits, a position he held until 1996. Sundborg also served as the rector of the Jesuit community at Seattle University beginning in 1986.
In July 1997, Father Sundborg became the 21st President of Seattle University.