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November 2013 School of Engineering Alumni Update:
Jayshree Ullal '86

Jayshree Ullal '86

CIE Speaker Series
November 19, 2013
6:30 - 7 p.m. Registration and Dessert
7 - 8:30 p.m. Program
Recital Hall, Music and Dance Building
RSVP here.

SCU's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) and the School of Engineering invite you to the CIE Speaker Series featuring 2013 School of Engineering Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award recipient Jayshree Ullal '86, President and CEO of Arista Networks. Celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week as Ullal receives her award and shares the story of her extensive experience and the launch of Arista Networks. More information.

2013 School of Engineering Big Bash!

Thank you, Alumni!

More than 200 alumni and friends turned out for the 2013 School of Engineering Big Bash! held during Grand Reunion Weekend, October 12. A great time was had by all as friends reunited and enjoyed wonderful music, delicious food, and tasty drinks. Check out the photos on Instagram. We so appreciate having you here on campus with us. Mark your calendar now for next year's Bash, October 11, 2014.

Fall 2013 Engineering News:

SCU Engineering News Fall 2013

Fall 2013 Engineering News is available online now: From Haiti, to India, to Irvine, California, our Bronco engineers have been collaborating, researching, and making the world a better place. Read all the latest stories here.

SCU School of Engineering Dean Godfrey Mungal

Dean's Message: Around the world and here on campus, Bronco engineers are innovating to build a more just, humane, and sustainable world for all.


SCU's 2013 Solar Decathlon Radiant House in Irvine, CA

The Experience of a Lifetime: The ultimate in project-based, hands-on learning, the Solar Decathlon tested the engineering prowess, business acumen, and interpersonal skills of our Santa Clara undergraduate team and gave them an unparalleled experience.


Solar Installation in Haiti

A Far-Flung SCU Community Brings Electricity to Haitian Clinic:  Read how a Haitian clinic benefited from the dogged determination of a disparate cast of characters brought together through Santa Clara engineering.


SCU and Shanghai Jiao Tong University students in China

West Meets East: Santa Clara University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China have joined forces to create an annual summer program through which students experience a new culture and educational system while expanding their global view.


SCU bioengineering research in India

Testing the Waters 2.0: Field testing a device designed to detect water pathogens in rural areas brings a group of collaborators from SCU's bioengineering department, Frugal Innovation Lab and St. Xavier's College in Kolkata, India, one step closer to a marketable product.


Zhouye Gu and Nam Ling

Setting the Standard for Video Coding: A team of doctoral students and research assistants from SCU's Department of Computer Engineering working with peers from Huawei/Hisilicon are advancing industry standards for video coding.


Jerry Shen's avatar

Mobile App Acquisition has Alumnus Shouting Yahoo!: Taking computer engineering's Mobile App Development course for his master's degree in Engineering Management and Leadership changed Jerry Shen's life.


Bioengineering ethics poster session

The Ethics of Bioengineering: Incorporating an ethical perspective within the study of bioengineering is central to Santa Clara's program. An expanding array of courses and peer-to-peer teaching help students identify and investigate ethical concerns inherent to this rapidly growing field.


Engineering student with resident of Galena, Alaska

Broncos Help Alaska Community Recover from Disaster: In the wake of a devastating flood in Galena, Alaska, visiting SCU undergraduates performed an energy audit and made recommendations to residents on how to rebuild for energy efficiency.


School of Engineering Centennial Plaque is unveiled

Centennial Blessings: Last spring, the School of Engineering unveiled a Centennial Plaque commemorating our first 100 years. James Reites, S.J., associate professor of religious studies and of engineering by courtesy, blessed the plaque. Read his prayer in this article.