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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING?

February 20-24: National Engineers Week, Engineering Art Show

May 11: Senior Design Conference

June 16: Graduate Commencement

June 16: Engineering Honors Convocation and Senior Awards

June 17: Undergraduate Commencement


Galleries from Previous Events

Wildest Bash in the West - Grand Reunion Weekend

Women in Engineering Dinner

Engineering Class of 1950 Lunch


Check out our SoE Events Calendar for all of our events.


ENGINEERING NEWS

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  • Tiny House Blog

    Sunday, October 9, 2016

    Greetings from Sacramento, where SCU’s Tiny House team is readying for competition in California’s inaugural Tiny House Competition. After several looooong nights in Santa Clara this week, the team, their house, and three large rented trucks filled with decking and all sorts of gear arrived in Sacramento around 4 a.m. Saturday.

  • I Believe

    Thursday, September 22, 2016

    In 2016, electrical engineering seniors Alejandra Huitron and Nicholas Supan designed educational lantern kits for Ghana. This summer, SCU Global Scholars Catherine Murray ’18 (mechanical engineering) and Nick Redfield ’18 brought the kits to Abenoa. This video tells the story.

  • Making Fans of Making

    Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    SCU’s Mobile Maker Lab hit the road, visiting junior high and high school students in Fremont, who created their own laser-cut balsa wood gliders and catapults and learned about the Lab’s 3D printers, vinyl plotter, laser cutter, and other tools.

  • Remote Making for Home School Student in Hawaii

    Monday, September 19, 2016

    Kainalu Palaualelo, a home-schooled fourth grader in Hawaii, submitted a design for 3D printing to our SCU Maker Lab, consulted remotely with SCU students on improvements, and then watched it being fabricated here in Santa Clara via livestream broadcast! Read more about how the SCU Maker Lab is expanding its reach through its Makers For Good Program.

  • The 3 Rs Revisited: Reites, Rwanda, Respect

    Monday, September 19, 2016

    Following the unexpected death of Fr. Jim Reites—a stalwart proponent of long-term, hands-on, local and global student-led projects—faculty and students from SCU's chapter of Engineers Without Borders are unwavering in their determination to continue his legacy.