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From PCs toDVDs, and iOS to MP3s, electrical engineers design and build the alphabet soup of conveniences that have become a part of our daily lives. They also design and build the systems that make these products work - from the electrical components within the devices to the power plants and communication networks that feed them.  From giant multinational telecommunications networks to the tiny hand-held devices that tap into them, computer engineers design and build the hardware and software systems that run the global marketplace. Electrical and computer engineers are involved in medicine, law, politics, and virtually everything we touch in today’s world. Electrical and computer engineers dream for the future and make it happen!

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2016 Award Winners

Bea Haggerty Award has been granted to Theresa Le for extraordinary service

Pedro Arrupe Award has been granted to Jayger McGough Tomasino for outstanding service and leadership

Thomas K. Ishii Graduate Fellowship Award has been granted to Mohamad Malakoutian and Tsenguun Byambadorj

Dr. Russell J. Niederjohn, Academic Excellence Scholarship Award has been granted to Marielle Billinq, Alexander Zepnick and Longyi Chen in recognition of outstanding achievement


Electrical engineers work on the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity and how we use it. Computer engineers design and build the hardware and software that run our global marketplace. Think about the gadgets you plug into on a daily basis. How many of them are powered by electricity or computer technology?

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