Kathy French ’97 navigates leadership in her field with confidence and with an inspiring guide: President Klawe.
Engineering Student and Alumni Stories
There are many reasons to pursue an engineering degree. The field is challenging, fun, hands-on, full of interesting problems and collaborative. But don’t take our word for it. Read what our students and alumni have to say. Their stories are inspiring.
The HMC Alumni Association recognizes Melissa Aczon ’93 (math) and Steve Hinch ’73 (engineering).
Entrepreneurs fulfill a need and find out what starting a business is all about.
How a pandemic, imagination, compassion, curiosity and engineering converged for an unplanned adventure.
Andrea Zavala ’21 prioritized nurturing herself as a global citizen before joining the workforce.
This structural engineer is strengthening buildings and the profession.
Rafael Alvarez ’86 believes every student is a contender in the fight for college success
The HMC Alumni Association recognizes alumni whose efforts embody “the HMC visionary themes of innovation, leadership and impact through global influence and contributions to society.”
Abbygail Foster ’08 shares milestones from her professional journey.
Students aim to help health care professionals acknowledge and cope with grief through human-centered design.
The multi-talented Mary Jessie Celestin ’21 uses a human-centered approach to vitalize her hometown of San Jose