Congratulations 2017 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award Recipients!
Richard (Dick) DeBlasio '72 BSEE was selected for the School of Engineering’s highest honor, the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award for his contribution to the field of electrical engineering and the advancement of renewable energy research and adoption. Read more.
Bill Holt '79 MSME was selected for the School of Engineering’s highest honor, the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award for his impact on the semiconductor chip industry and the advancement of computing. Read more.
Scott Santarosa, S.J. '88 BSCE was selected for the School of Engineering’s highest honor, the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award for the contributions he has made to enriching the lives and furthering the prospects for the poorest of society, and for his leadership within the Society of Jesus. Read more.
SCU's rEvolve House, the winner of California's inaugural Tiny House Competition last October, has been named Best College Sustainability Project as part of Green Builder® Media's Green Home of the Year Awards!
Jamie Ferris '19 (mechanical engineering) participated on the SCU Ethics Bowl team at the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl regional competition last fall; SCU's team went on to place 4th (out of ~200 teams and 37 finalists) in the National Tournament. Brian Green (engineering and Markkula Center) helped coach the team.
An estimated 400 guests visited the first-ever Engineering Research Showcase, held during National Engineers Week last month. Nearly 40 (35% female!) faculty, post-docs, PhD candidates, MS, and BS students shared their research in bioengineering, mathematics, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and web design and engineering!