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Alumni Profiles

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The School of Engineering is proud of our accomplished alumni.
Richard P. WallaceRichard P. Wallace M.S. '89
Wallace identifies five corporate values that have been imperative to the success of tech giant KLA-Tencor.
John Mullin '37John "Jack" Mullin '37
Mullin's passion for classical music, his engineering skill, and innovative determination led to a distinguished career in the recording industry.
Aaron Weast '99Aaron Weast '99
Weast credits his success as a designer of embedded electronics in footwear to the broad, interdisciplinary nature of his Santa Clara undergraduate engineering experience.
Jack Going '49Jack Going '49
The Alameda used to run right through the center of campus until Going helped re-route traffic.
James Bickford '08James Bickford '08
Bickford is one of a number of engineering alumni who have turned their Solar Decathlon experience into a career in green energy.
Jack KuehlerJack Kuehler '54, M.S. '86
Kuehler, former president of IBM Corp., was an advocate of developing innovation and creativity in the technical arena in order to keep the country competitive.
Maria Campbell '11Maria Campbell '11
Campbell spent her summer determining how to bring SCU buildings into compliance with LEED EB standards.
nancy-landingNancy Streuter '68
Streuter broke new ground for female engineers at Santa Clara.
academicsSandeep Kaur '11
Kaur wants to make a tangible difference in the lives of people by using her technical skills to help those with muscle dystrophy.
Lee HornbergerLee Hornberger, '69
This Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award recipient reminisces about being one of SCU's first female engineering undergraduates.
Arturo PosadasArturo Posadas '11
Posadas found the perfect match for both his senior design project and an internship in the Silicon Valley telecommunications start-up PalmCall.
Chris MalachowskyChris Malachowsky M.S. '86
Malachowsky, co-founder of NVIDIA, shares his "take-aways" about business and personal success.
Diane Keng '14Diane Keng '14
Meet Santa Clara's teenage serial entrepreneur.