Name: Jaccob Mau Graduation Year: December 2023 Major: Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Dept. in Military Service: United States Navy, November 2015 – August 2021 Taking a nontraditional path to higher education can come with challenges. Navigating the application process and selecting the right courses may be intimidating for returning students. For these students, on-campus
At the Fowler School of Engineering, we prepare students to solve real-world challenges using the skills they’ve learned in the classroom. In addition to teaching engineering concepts, faculty extend these lessons beyond the classroom to infuse the importance of community involvement and engagement in the engineering student experience. For example, our 3D printing course infuses
Name: Matthew ‘Matt’ Shugarte Year: Junior Major: Electrical Engineering Minor: Musical Theatre Extracurriculars and Involvements: Tech Shop Assistant, Undergraduate Research Assistant, Triathlon Club, Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship Recipient, Incoming CalTrans Intern For many students, getting involved on campus may initially seem intimidating. Yet, it remains one of the most exciting aspects of the college experience.
Name: Brenda Lai Year: Senior Major: Public Relations and Advertising with a Game Development Minor Extracurricular Activities: Member of Delta Kappa Alpha – Professional Cinematic Club In the summer of 2023, Brenda Lai, a public relations & advertising and game development student received an internship with the growing tech company Roblox. Her experience greatly impacted her
Faculty Name: Dr. Nooshin Estakhri Alma Mater: B.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Communications, University of Tehran, Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan Currently Teaching: ENGR 101: Foundations of Design and Fabrication Research: Dr. Esktahri’s two-part research includes understanding and designing quantum dynamics in a number of different leading platforms in the field of quantum information
Grayson Berman (Computer Science ‘19) knew he wanted to be a business owner. His first thought was to go into economics or pursue a degree in business. But it was his mother who encouraged him to pursue a degree in computer science, so he always had something to fall back on. Heeding his mother’s advice,
At the Fowler School of Engineering (FSE), our programs are constructed to offer hands-on learning and showcase the many sectors of the engineering workforce. Our degrees, like data science, open a world of possibilities to our students who are interested in other institutions, such as Major League Baseball (MLB). Ever since he was young, Jackson
Staff Name: Camila Correa Position: Administrative Coordinator Alma Mater: Chapman University (B.A. Strategic and Corporate Communication and B.A. English Literature, Rhetoric, and Cultural Studies, ‘20) Office Location: Swenson Hall, Dean’s Suite N117 As we near the end of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we commemorate our community members who have made an impact on Chapman’s campus.
Student: Briana Craig Major: B.S. in Computer Science ’24 and MS. EECS ’25 Position: Student Technology Assistant Location: Educational Technology Services At the Fowler School of Engineering (FSE), on-campus jobs are an amazing opportunity for our engineering students to tap into higher education in an entirely new way. Briana Craig, a computer science major and
Within the bustling halls of Fowler Engineering, even the simplest ideas for the future of technology can be transformed into life-changing, collaborative, fully-realized dreams—often through a spirit of innovation that connects all disciplines. For Trevor Gore (Screenwriting, ‘23) and Brandon Hill (Film Production, ‘24), their dream of creating an original video game is well on