2018

Katherine Lin ’18 was awarded the Dean’s Outstanding Student Award for Epidemiology in the class of 2020 at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, one of the top-ranked schools of public health in the United States. She was referred to as one of the superstars of the program. She is currently working as an epidemiologist/Geographic […]

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2018

Jack Benjamin ’18 is the “Voice of Colonels” at Nicholls State University Athletics. He has various experience with broadcasting Division I sports, including at the University of Virginia, University of Tennessee, and St. John’s.

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2018

Maria Sanchez ’18 appeared in 3 international level games with Mexico’s women soccer team in the Olympic qualifiers.

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Katie completed her first year at Creighton University (Omaha, NE) in pursuit of her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Scheduled for her first clinical rotation in Whitefish, MT later this summer, Katie was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll and a recipient of the Department of Physical Therapy’s 2019 Book Award for excellence in coursework.

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2018

Jacqueline Selfridge-Hombaker M.A. ’18 married her wonderful husband, Steve Hombaker, at the Makray Memorial Golf Club in Barrington, Illinois, on July 27, 2019.

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2018

This past summer, Jacqueline Selfridge-Hombaker M.A. ’18 was promoted within her district to become the secondary special education program specialist for Palo Alto Unified School District. This was the start of her fifth year working at Palo Alto USD. In this position, she is supporting the special education programs at all five of the secondary […]

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2018

Tessa Stephenson J.D. ’18 has joined the Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney. Her career began in the office as a volunteer law clerk in early 2017. Most recently, she was assigned to the Palo Alto branch office as a post-bar law clerk.

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2018

Ashley Naff J.D. ’18 has joined the Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney. Most recently, she was a certified post-bar law clerk for the Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office.

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2018

Xiaowen (Nancy) Song LL.M. ’18 has been promoted to junior partner at Linda Liu and Partners, a prominent IP law firm in China, as the group leader of the US/EP group.

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2018

Maria Sanchez ’18 has been drafted by the Chicago Red Stars during the 2019 National Women’s Soccer League draft.

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Maria Sanchez on the field. Photo by Don Jedlovec.
2018

Collin Walther ’18 received a Pathway Essay Award for his “Digital Age Pathway” submission.

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2018

Vishnu S. Pendyala Ph.D. ’18 has been appointed an Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Distinguished Speaker. The association, which is the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, hosts the Distinguished Speaker Program to help foster engagement among emerging professionals, students, and in some cases the public, on a range of topics in computing. ACM […]

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2018

Sam Bertram M.S. ’18 is a mechanical engineering graduate student who co-founded and is CEO of OnePointOne. OnePointOne is developing cultivation techniques, such as automated indoor agriculture, to address rising populations, urbanization, and the growing demand for food around the world.

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2018

Lauren Oliver ’18 received a Richard J. Riordan Award, which recognizes contributions to community service. Oliver has served as a peer advisor in the School of Engineering as well as a Global Social Benefit Fellow, working with Teach a Man to Fish in Uganda, an NGO that works with over 450 schools across the country to […]

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2018

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 […]

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2018

Amanda Nolan ’18 has been accepted into the Chicago School of Professional Psychology for the applied behavior analysis M.S. program. She is the founder of A Reaching Hand: Each one Teach one to Reach one, a nonprofit that counsels adolescents who have been bullied or have experienced homelessness or mental illness.

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2018

Brandon Sanchez ’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. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sanchez studied history at SCU. Somewhat a political junkie (and a brazen idealist), he […]

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2018

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 […]

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2018

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 […]

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2018

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 […]

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