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  •  Nam Ling Elevated to IEEE Fellow

    Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007
    Nam Ling, professor of computer engineering, has been elevated to IEEE Fellow "for contributions to video coding algorithms and architectures."
  •  SCU Places 3rd Overall in Solar Decathlon!

    Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007
    Read about the SCU Solar Decathlon team's journey from 18th place to 3rd at the US Department of Energy's competition in Washington, D.C.
  •  Solar Decathlon Team Arrives in D.C.

    Monday, Oct. 8, 2007

    The SCU entry into the Solar Decathlon competition arrived safely in Washington, D.C. after a delay in Nebraska with a broken trailer axle. The team had spent their time wisely, carefully preparing the site on the National Mall for the home's arrival, and unpacking the other two trucks that were filled with household goods and equipment.

  •  SCU Team to Compete in Solar Decathlon Competition

    Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2007
    Twenty teams from around the world are competing to design and build a sustainable house in the Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon. A team of Santa Clara students is working hard to win. And, while they're at it, save the planet.
  •  New Engineering Dean

    Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2007
    M. Godfrey Mungal, a self-described “teacher who does research,” has been appointed dean of Santa Clara University’s School of Engineering. He began his new duties in September.
  •  Engineering Professors Honored

    Monday, Sep. 17, 2007
    Two School of Engineering faculty members received special honors at the 2007 Santa Clara University Faculty Recognition Dinner.
  •  Congressman Honda Recognizes Solar Decathlon Team

    Tuesday, Jul. 24, 2007
     
    In his letter, Congressman Honda states, "It gives me great pleasure to congratulate Santa Clara University on qualifying for the 2007 Solar Decathlon in Washington D.C. As one of only twenty college teams from around the world to compete, Santa Clara University is the only team selected by the United States Department of Energy to represent Silicon Valley and the West Coast..."
  •  ASME President Testifies Before House Environment Appropriations Subcommittee

    Friday, Jun. 15, 2007
    "Engineers play a critical role in research and technology development to address environmental challenges, from air pollution to waste management to sustainable energy systems," stated American Society of Mechanical Engineers President Terry Shoup in testimony before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior and the Environment last month.
  •  School of Engineering Receives $68,000 HP Technology Grant

    Thursday, May. 10, 2007

    Santa Clara University was selected as one of 42 two- and four-year colleges and universities in the United States and Puerto Rico to receive a  2007 HP Technology for Teaching grant, which is designed to transform teaching and improve learning in the classroom through innovative uses of technology.

  •  SCU Junior wins Goldwater fellowship

    Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2007

    Since grade school, Casey Kute has had her eye on a career in robotics. That vision has come into focus more clearly for the junior in mechanical engineering, thanks to her education and opportunities at Santa Clara which also helped her win a prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.

  •  Innovation through research, cooperation and support

    Thursday, Mar. 22, 2007
     If you're not a civil engineer, what interest could you possibly have in the Center for Light Frame Structural Research (CLFSR), formerly known as the Light Gauge Steel Research Group (LGSRG)? Plenty, as it turns out! This group has made an invaluable contribution to our safety by testing and researching the properties and capabilities of light gauge steel and its building processes. And its inception, development and success stand as a shining example of the synergy that can be realized when people and agencies work together in a spirit of cooperation and support.
  •  SCU Robotics Students Launch Successful Mission

    Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2007
    SCU Robotics Students Launch Successful Mission
    Capitalizing on a three-year partnership with neighboring NASA/Ames Research Center, a dozen graduate and undergraduate students from the Santa Clara Robotic Systems Laboratory learned first-hand the thrill of putting engineering theory into practice as they took control of all mission operations for the NASA GeneSat-1 satellite launched from Wallops Island Flight Facility on December 16, 2006.
  •  Nam Ling Named IEEE Distinguished Lecturer

    Monday, Jan. 29, 2007
    Nam Ling
    Nam Ling, professor of computer engineering, was recently named a Distinguished Lecturer of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) Circuits and Systems Society (CASS).
  •  Women Engineers Treated To An Evening With Betty Shanahan

    Saturday, Jan. 20, 2007
    Betty Shanahan
    Members of the SCU School of Engineering’s student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers welcomed SWE’s Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Betty Shanahan, to campus January 10 for a presentation on the issues facing those embarking on a career in a field populated by few other women.
  •  The Complex Systems Scholar

    Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2006
    Dragoslav Siljak
    Professor Dragoslav D. Siljak is a popular guy—hand not only among the engineering students. His work has attracted scientists from around the world, and has helped establish SCU as one of the top centers for research on complex systems.
  •  Dr. Sarah Kate Wilson - New Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering with emphasis in communications

    Monday, Jul. 31, 2006
    Sarah Kate Wilson
    Dr. Wilson has been honored with several university awards recognizing her teaching excellence: Ruth and Joel Spira award at Purdue University, the Service award for organizing the Wireless Data Workshop and for teaching Communication at Stanford.
  •  Solar Decathletes Recycle a Ton of E-Waste

    Thursday, Mar. 5, 0201

    Last week, the Santa Clara community recycled a ton of e-waste. Actually, it was more than a ton. Staff and students came together to donate 2,198 pounds of old and broken electronics to the e-waste drive organized by the Solar Decathlon team.

  •  Solar Decathletes Recycle a Ton of E-Waste

    Thursday, Mar. 5, 0201

    Last week, the Santa Clara community recycled a ton of e-waste. Actually, it was more than a ton. Staff and students came together to donate 2,198 pounds of old and broken electronics to the e-waste drive organized by SCU's Solar Decathlon team.

  •  Solar Decathletes Recycle a Ton of E-Waste

    Thursday, Mar. 5, 0201

    Last week, the Santa Clara community recycled a ton of e-waste. Actually, it was more than a ton. Staff and students came together to donate 2,198 pounds of old and broken electronics to the e-waste drive organized by SCU's Solar Decathlon team.

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