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In the classroom, in the lab, in the community, or around the globe, Bronco engineers are learning, innovating, and serving others as they advance technology and address some of the world’s greatest challenges. Here are just a few examples of how our students are Engineering with a Mission.
Taylor Mau has made the most of her experience as an electrical engineering undergraduate, helping build SCU’s award-winning solar-powered Tiny House, traveling to Africa to help a disadvantaged community, teaming up with peers to design a renewable energy nano-grid, and so much more.
Bioengineering Assistant Professor Emre Araci and his team of student researchers have designed a ground-breaking daily use soft contact lens with built-in sensor to detect increased intraocular pressure, a leading cause of glaucoma.
Santa Clara University’s student Engineers Without Borders chapter provides ongoing engineering support for a tile-making cooperative in Nyange, Rwanda, empowering the community, and providing our Broncos with a life-changing experience.
In discipline-specific laboratories or interdisciplinary spaces such as the Maker Lab, Center for Nanostructures, or Mission Operations Center, students gain real world experience in innovation and entrepreneurial thinking intrinsic to Silicon Valley.