For 100 years, the School of Engineering has been educating leaders and innovators of the future.
Bronco pride has always been strong among Santa Clara engineers as evidenced by this poem found in the 1920 yearbook, The Redwood.
Eunice Sullivan, wife of George Sullivan, helped organize the Catala Club and was the first president of the philanthropic organization.
In the 1970s, a group of SCU engineers set out to determine how high a stack of bedframes they could make.
Last year, three engineering senior design teams helped Haiti rebuild stronger and more affordable homes.
SCU bioengineers work with a local company to turn the spark of an idea into a breakthrough innovation.
SCU's Solar Decathlon team has a secret ingredient that jazzes up their work and he's nicknamed "Papa."
SCU associate professor of Italian, Tonia Caterina Riviello, pays homage to the School of Engineering on its 100th anniversary.
Submitted by Larry Burke, Class 1956
Professional Engineer, with licenses to practice in three disciplines in State of California