School of Engineering
Engineering with a Mission.
Whether it’s bringing solar-powered lights to classrooms in Ghana, treating post-traumatic stress disorder with virtual reality, delivering life-saving medicines to rural hospitals via drone, or designing houses that create more energy than they consume: most of the solutions that change the world come from engineers, and some of the best engineers in the world come from right here.
Bioengineering senior Nnaoma Agwu shares his thoughts on diversity, convergent STEM education, and how the two support SCU's Jesuit mission.
In celebration of Black History Month and National Engineers Week, Aldo Billingslea, SCU’s associate provost for diversity and inclusion, sat down for a chat with the School of Engineering’s first black professor, electrical engineering’s Tokunbo Ogunfunmi.
Bioengineering senior Mohit Nalavadi, a member of our student chapter of Engineers Without Borders, shares his experience of bringing labor-saving technology to a village in Rwanda in this account that first appeared on washingtonpost.com.
Entrepreneurs Shane Rogers M.S. ’13 and Brian Holm ’00 have launched 3 products (with the help of Bryan Herrera ’14): a wallet based on a binder clip, a smart hydration unit, and the fastest selling, fastest spinning jump rope around!