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Notable Alumni

Following is but a tiny sample of our outstanding SCU engineering alumni:

Jack Balletto ’62 and 67, founder of VLSI Technology Inc.

Mark Boitano ’71, executive vice president and COO, Granite Construction Company

Alfonso Callejas ’48, former vice president of the Republic of Nicaragua

William Carter ’71 and ’95, Xilinx Fellow, former CTO of Xilinx

Frank Cepollina ’59, deputy associate director for the Hubble Space Telescope Development Project at NASA; member of the National Inventors Hall of Fame

Patrick Gelsinger ’83, president and COO of EMC Information Infrastructure Products at EMC Corp.; former CTO and vice president of Intel Corp.

Michael Hackworth ’63, chairman and former CEO of Cirrus Logic

Rick Justice ’71, former executive vice president of Cisco Systems for worldwide operations

Jack Kuehler ’54 and ’86, former president of IBM Corp.; member, National Academy of Engineering; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow, IEEE; SCU trustee emeritus

Chris Malachowsky ’86, co-founder of NVIDIA

John Mullin ’37, pioneer in audio and video recording

Adolph Quilici ’53, former vice president of engineering of FMC

Eugene Ravizza ’50, co-founder of Cupertino Electric Inc.

Alexander Shubat ’95, co-founder of Virage Logic Corp.

Gordon Stitt ’80, founder of Extreme Networks Inc.

William Terry ’55, former executive vice president of Hewlett Packard

Jayshree Ullal ’86, president and CEO of Arista Networks, former senior vice president of Cisco

Richard Wallace
’89, president and CEO of KLA-Tencor Corp.

Jeffrey Waters ’90, president of National Semiconductor Japan Ltd.

Ron Yara ’75, co-founder of Chips & Technologies

Amin Zoufonoun '98 and '01, director, corporate development of Facebook