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Alex Golitz ’18 and teammates David Aguilar Rodriguez ’18, Jeff Stein ’18, Monique Hansen ’19, David Harris ’18, and Nicholas Fazio ’20 won second place in the mix-used building competition at the regional Student Construction Competition. The event is organized by the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) and SCU was represented by three teams of 20 civil and mechanical engineering students.
Ciaran Freeman ’18 has been selected to serve as a 2018–19 Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., Postgraduate Media Fellow for America Media, the leading editorial provider of content on Catholic thinking, at Fordham University Lincoln Center. Originally from New Jersey, Freeman spent the past four years in California studying studio art and art history at SCU. In summer 2017 he was awarded a Jean Donovan Fellowship to write about the intersection of art, faith, and social justice as an intern at Commonweal Magazine. Most recently, Freeman was a student-artist-in-residence at Recology in San Francisco, where he put the Jesuit ideal of “finding God in all things” to the test, creating a solo-exhibition made entirely out of trash diverted from landfill.
Isabela Figueira ’18 was selected by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Pacific Southwest (PSW) region as the recipient of the 2018 ASEE PSW Student Award. Part of SCU’s Honors Program, Isabela is graduating with B.S. in computer science and engineering, with minors in math and music. She is on the board of SCU’s ACM-W chapter (Association for Computer Machinery, Council on Women in Computing), plays clarinet in the University Orchestra, and sings in the Concert Choir.
Matt Blanco ’12, M.S. ’15, MBA ’18 and advisory board member Krzysztof Izdebski participated in the VII World Voice Consortium Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, and attended a conference in Florence, Italy, which focused on medical applications of voice. They gave two lectures and led a roundtable discussion on readiness to use mobile devices in voice research and data gathering.
Uchechukwu Agwu ’18 received a University Student Life Award, which recognizes his contributions to the overall quality of life at SCU. Agwu served as the president of SCU’s student chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, has been a member of Igwebuike, participated in a trip to Rwanda with SCU’s Engineers Without Borders group, and was the student representative on the Director of Campus Ministry search committee.