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Award Winners

  • 2011 Centennial Award Winners

    In celebration of our centenary, the School of Engineering honored 12 illustrious individuals whose work and service have made a tremendous impact on furthering the profession of engineering and the School of Engineering and Santa Clara University.

  • Robin (Senigaglia) Beck

    BSME '77

    In 2016, Robin (Senigaglia) Beck was selected for the School of Engineering’s highest honor, the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award for her contribution to the field of mechanical engineering.

  • Major General Michael C. Wehr

    BSCE '85

    In 2016, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Major General Michael C. Wehr was selected for the School of Engineering’s highest honor, the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award for his contribution to the field of civil engineering.

  • Richard DeBlasio

    BSEE '72

    In 2017,Richard DeBlasio 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.

  • Bill Holt

    MSME '79

    In 2017, Bill Holt 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.

  • Scott Santarosa, S.J.

    BSCE '88

    In 2016, Fr. Scott Santarosa 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.

  • 2016-2017 Engineering Faculty Awards Announced

    The School of Engineering is proud to announce the 2016-17 School of Engineering Faculty Award recipients: Yi Fang (computer engineering) is Teacher of the Year. We have double the excellence this year as Hisham Said (civil engineering) and Yi Fang (computer engineering) tied for the School of Engineering Researcher of the Year. Shane Rogers ’13 MS (engineering management and leadership) is Adjunct Lecturer of the Year; and Ralph Morganstern receives the Gerald E. Markle Award for Teaching Excellence in Engineering and Applied Mathematics.