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Births and Adoptions
Swati Raina (2012) Swati Raina
Swati Raina MS '12 (CS) is delighted to announce the arrival of their son, Aayur, born in August 2023. Aayur has quickly become the heart and soul of their family's home, bringing joy and laughter into their lives in the most delightful way. Aayur, a tiny bundle of joy filled with curiosity, has already shown an adventurous spirit that turns ordinary moments into extraordinary memories.
Heather McAfee (2021) Heather McAfee
Heather McAfee MS '21 (ISE) and husband, Hamied, welcomed twin boys, Nico and Roman, in March 2023.
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Marriages and Commitments
William Clontz (2018) William Clontz
William Clontz '18 (AME) and Katelyn Clontz '18 (ME) were married in May 2022. Ivan Fuentes '18 (ME) and Alex Ramirez BS '18 (BME) were groomsmen. Shelby Simonich '18 (Dornsife) and Cady Gooding '18 (AME) were bridesmaids.
John-James Tesoriero (2018) John-James Tesoriero
John-James Tesoriero MS '18 (CEE), married husband, Sean, on August 21, 2022, in Beacon, NY surrounded by loving family and friends. They begun dating soon after John-James received their Master's degree from USC in 2018, after moving back to NYC.
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Career News
James De La Rosa (1961)   James (Jim) De La Rosa '61 (EE) is a retired Aerospace Engineer, holding a BSEE from USC Class of 1961. He stands as the first generation American to attend college in his family, though not the first to graduate.
Chris Martinez (1994) Chris Martinez
Chris Martinez '94 (CS) is excited to continue his commitment to social impact as the new Chief Administrator and Strategy Officer for The Resurrection Project (TRP) after serving as Chief Operating Officer at Housing Forward for the past three years.
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Catching Up
Fouad Sebaa (1977)   Before COVID, Fouad Sebaa's MS '77 (CEMS) main focus was two journeys to Japan. His travels took him to Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Nagoya, Okayama, and Himeji. During the second visit, the primary objective for Fouad was to visit Hiroshima, paying homage to the Japanese people, and exploring Miyajima island with its submerged temple.
Timothy Callahan (2007) Timothy Callahan
Tim Callahan, BS ‘07 (ENG), MS ’11 (ENG), a Senior Civil Engineer with the City of Irvine, recently released his first children’s book, "Grover the Clover," an illustrated story about a frustrated four-leaf clover who desperately wants to fit in with his three-leaved classmates and friends.
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Educational News
Reese Dorrepaal (2018)   Reese Dorrepaal '18 (BME) is currently pursuing an MBA at Harvard Business School. She is expected to graduate in May of 2025.
Joseph Gutheinz (1984) Joseph Gutheinz
Joe Gutheinz MS '84 (ISE) began his studies towards a PhD in Criminal Justice from Liberty University in 1993 while serving as the general partner of his own law firm. Joe is the father of six sons, thirteen grandchildren and one great grandchild and has previously earned six college degrees, eight teaching credentials and ten law licenses.
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In Memoriam
Luiz Barroso (1996) Luiz  Barroso
Luiz André Barroso '96 PhD (Computer Engineering), a revered computer scientist, passed away on September 16th, 2023, at the age of 59. His pioneering work in multi-core CPUs and energy-efficient server design at Google shaped the foundation of modern computer architecture and hyperscale technology.
Richard Bedrosian (1961)   Richard Arra Bedrosian '61 BS (EE), passed away on August 27, 2023.
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