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October 2015 Update

October 2015 School of Engineering Alumni Update

The Big Bash!

Food, fun, and frivolity abound at our annual gathering of engineering alumni.

6 - 7:30 P.M.



Good news:
Preet Anand '10

Congratulations to Preet Anand '10! This 2009 Solar Decathlon alum created an app that's been picked for President Obama's "Smart Cities" Initiative. BlueLight connects the user to the nearest emergency help, and is faster than calling 911.

Allison Kopf '11

Congratulations to Allison Kopf '11. As CEO of Agrilyst, a company that wants to be the Google Analytics for greenhouses, Allison and her partner Jason Camp took home the $50,000 grand prize after competing against 1,000 other companies in TechCrunch Disrupt's "Startup Battlefield."

SCU Seal

SCU is No. 2 in the West and the School of Engineering is No. 12 in the top engineering programs offered by master's universities across the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report.

2015 Computer Engineering Faculty

SCU was voted one of the top 50 computer science and engineering schools in the nation, according to Read more.

Guadalupe Hall

Come see us in Guadalupe Hall! The School of Engineering is growing by leaps and bounds. To make way for added faculty, labs, and classrooms, the Dean's Office and our Graduate Programs Office have moved across the street to Guadalupe Hall, 455 El Camino Real. The Frugal Innovation Lab, Maker Lab, Mission Control and Robotics Systems Labs are here, too.

Story Tell

Do you have any good news to share? Have you started a company, been granted a patent, helped your community, or received an award? Tell us! Email Heidi Williams, Director of Communications.