- Innovation Zone Lab ManagerNicole Borgaard
Responsible for providing technical, administrative, and managerial support for the Innovation Zone located in Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation. Nicole's responsibilities include performing management, engineering, and educational tasks related to the Innovation Zone; providing management, developmental, and educational support for the Robotic Systems Lab; providing management and administrative support for the KEEN program; and providing support for the BioInnovation and Design Lab, and the Frugal Innovation Hub.
- Director and Instructor of Lab OperationsRodney Broome
Responsible for maintaining and operating the laboratory facilities used for Mechanical engineering and STEM shop operations-based instruction and research. Regularly maintain, calibrate equipment, and instrumentation. Responsibility for safety in the laboratories and provide formal laboratory instruction to students.
- Director of Corporate and External RelationsMary Coady
Responsible for relationships with supporters, donors, and community organizations. Liaison with Engineering Advisory Board. Liaison with University Relations. Supports School of Engineering fundraising; manages School fundraising operations.
- Assistant Director of Admissions, Recruitment and OutreachSandra Joe-Hu
Primary contact for prospective students looking to apply to or need assistance in applying to our Graduate Engineering program. Responsible for planning and organizing recruitment and outreach efforts such as information sessions, virtual appointments, electronic communications, and admissions announcements.
- Lab ManagerYohannes Kahsai
Responsible for maintaining and operating the laboratory facilities used for Electrical and Computer Engineering instruction and research. Regularly maintain, calibrate equipment, and instrumentation. Responsible for safety in the laboratories and provide formal laboratory instruction to students.
- Senior Administrative AssistantMelanie Massie
Administrative Support to the Department Chair, faculty, and students of the Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering Department, the Applied Mathematics Department, and the Engineering Management and Leadership Department.
- Director of Programs and Partnerships for the Frugal Innovation HubAllan Báez Morales
Manages the Frugal Innovation Hub's administrative operations, identifies and build relationships with organizations (from the private and public sector), and identifies and defines project options for students and faculty. Provides project management support to FIH projects deploying solutions at communities and coordinates the Frugal Innovation Gigs (FIGs). Acts as the liaison between SCU’s Travel Advisory Committee (TPAC) and SoE's international traveling proposals, promotes community outreach to engage local organizations and schools on STEM, humanitarian technology and Frugal Innovation. Develops, supports and participates in special initiatives internationally as well as local, and coordinates the Humanitarian Task Force of the International Association of Jesuits Schools.
- Director of Marketing and CommunicationsNicole Morales
Provides leadership in the development and implementation of a comprehensive marketing and communications plan for the SoE. Responsible for digital marketing including social media, website, and digital signage. Assists with graphics for events and marketing collateral. Also responsible for advancing the school through use of available and emerging technology.
- Programs Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in STEMRicardo Padilla, Jr.
Provides leadership and management for outreach and programming related to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and supports efforts to improve DEI enrollment, retention, and experiences in the STEM fields.
- Director of Admissions & MarketingJoanna Padua
Responsible for all aspects of admissions operations and recruitment including strategy development and the entire admissions application cycle. Collaborates with the Assistant Dean for Graduate Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, the Director of Records and Operations, and the Assistant Director of Admissions, Recruitment and Outreach to cultivate a culture of excellence in customer service and metric driven decision-making to ensure we reach our goals for our Graduate Engineering Programs.
- Assistant Dean for Graduate Enrollment Management and Student AffairsStacey Tinker
Responsible for the long term planning, development, coordination, and implementation of graduate recruitment, enrollment management, marketing, and student services strategies to achieve enrollment and student services goals across the School of Engineering.
- Assistant Dean of Undergraduate ProgramsShane Wibeto
Responsible for services and programs to support undergraduate engineering students and departments. Coordinate course scheduling, undergraduate bulletin updates, senior capstone funding and conference planning, internal transfer applications, engineering tours and prospective student engagement, first-year peer advising program, alumni/ae mentoring program, communications to engineering undergraduates and support for engineering student organizations.
- Lab ManagerBrent Woodcock
Responsible for maintaining and operating the laboratory facilities used for Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering instruction and research. Regularly maintain, calibrate equipment, and instrumentation. Responsible for safety in the laboratories and provide formal laboratory instruction to students.
- Senior Administrative AssistantDarcy Yaley
Provide administrative support to the Department Chair and faculty, assist students with departmental issues, and serve as the first point of contact for various internal and external constituencies.
- Director of Dry Laboratory OperationsDavid Zheng
Directs dry lab operations of STEM, including the dry labs of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Physics; Mechanical Engineering; Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering; and Center for Nanostructures. These dry labs are located in Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation, Alameda Hall, Daly Science, and Heafey/Bergin Hall.