Engineering undergrads volunteer at a community center, bringing engineering concepts and fun to young students.
In 1959, then-dean Robert Parden introduced a graduate program in engineering.
Since Santa Clara's undergraduate programs went co-ed in the 1960s, women have been a powerful force in Bronco engineering.
Today we take for granted the vast stores of networked data available on our smart devices, but in 1960 the installation of a 200 sq. ft., 7-ft. tall computer at Santa Clara was big news.
What do you get when you take a team of enthusiastic undergraduates and put them to work on a project that changes people’s minds about alternative energy?
William Sommer '11 and Dan Lawrie '11 collaborated with local masons in Gambibgo, Ghana, to develop inexpensive and sustainable construction methods.
From designing and operating a shoe-box sized spacecraft to analyzing the diagnostics system of a BMW, Robotics Lab students are involved in real-world engineering on a daily basis.
Innovative core curricula and pathways lead the way to entrepreneurial thinking.
Engineers address the need for products and services in emerging countries focusing on earth-friendly, compassionate, use-centric features through this new initiative.
A recent focus on expanding faculty and students' global understanding and engagement has upped the ante for SCU's already rewarding international collaborations.
An anonymous gift from an engineering alumnus is helping to support teaching and research in sustainable energy.
SCU has adopted the "T-model" of engineering education - a deep technical core paired with a broad set of soft skills.
SCU has joined the Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network to promote an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset among undergraduate engineering students.