The School of Engineering is proud of our accomplished alumni.
|Richard P. Wallace M.S. '89
Wallace identifies five corporate values that have been imperative to the success of tech giant KLA-Tencor.
|John "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 '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 '49
The Alameda used to run right through the center of campus until Going helped re-route traffic.
|James 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 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 '11
Campbell spent her summer determining how to bring SCU buildings into compliance with LEED EB standards.
|Nancy Streuter '68
Streuter broke new ground for female engineers at Santa Clara.
|Sandeep 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 Hornberger, '69
This Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award recipient reminisces about being one of SCU's first female engineering undergraduates.
|Arturo 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 Malachowsky M.S. '86
Malachowsky, co-founder of NVIDIA, shares his "take-aways" about business and personal success.
|Diane Keng '14
Meet Santa Clara's teenage serial entrepreneur.