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Stories in the School of Engineering

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Mohammed Razeem '08

Mechanical Engineering major

A recent graduate finds his master's education is paying off in unexpected ways.

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Carol Reiley '04

Computer Engineering major

Computer engineering grad earns her Ph.D. specializing in surgical robots, a path she started on thanks to rare opportunities as an undergraduate.

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Jeffrey Seago '09

Mechanical Engineering major

Mechanical engineering major took part every step of the way creating a new, bouncy material--metallic glass.

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Tim Sennott '09

Mechanical Engineering major

Issues of sustainability urges mechanical engineer to incorporate environmentalism into his career.

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Reynaud Serrette

Professor, Civil Engineering

Civil engineering professor challenges students to design homes for Haiti in ten weeks.

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William Sommer '11

Civil Engineering major

For their senior design project, William Sommer '11 and Dan Lawrie '11 helped villagers in Ghana construct a building for community gatherings.

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Elico Teixeira '08

Engineering physics major

For engineering physics major, Santa Clara's emphasis on community set him up for success in research and graduate school.

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Rathi Venugopal '10

Engineering management major

The Engineering Management Program keeps grad student ahead of the technology curve.

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Chad Walsh '95, '00

Electrical Engineering major

Chad Walsh applies his electrical engineering and law degrees to a variety of entrepreneurial and social endeavors.

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Cary Yang

Professor, Electrical Engineering

A professor, researching for NASA and U.S. Army, gives students access to cutting edge equipment in a nanostructures lab.