Santa Clara University

Points of Excellence

Staff Accomplishments

 

2012-13

Chancellor William J. Rewak, S.J. published his first collection of poetry, The Right Taxi (CreateSpace, 2012), which was named to a Best of 2012 list by Kirkus Reviews.

 

2011-12

Susan Popko, International Programs, was awarded the IES Abroad Professional Development Award at the 2011 IES Annual Conference.

Rebecca Schapp, de Saisset Museum, received $10,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to support "California History Community Education and Family Day Workshops."

 

2010-11

Matt Cameron, Student Life, received the Ignatian Medal for Outstanding Service to Jesuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators.

Matthew Duncan, Office of Student Life, received a one-year subcontract award of $43,625 from Palo Alto University in 2010 to support "Competition to Prevent High-Risk Drinking and Violent Behavior Among College Students."

In 2011, Elizabeth McKeigue, University Library, co-wrote an article, "Going Beyond the Desk: 21st Century Reference, Outreach, and Teaching Services," which was published in the book, Reference Reborn: Breathing New Life into Public Services Librarianship.

Elspeth Rossetti and Elizabeth Thompson, Career Center, presented "The Courage to Be Creative: Revitalizing Career Center Work” at the annual conference of the Mountain Pacific Association of Colleges and Employers in Newport Beach in December 2010.

 
 

2009-10

Chuck Barry, Office of Marketing and Communications, won a photography award at the 39th Annual University & College Designers Association Design Competition in 2009. The award was for a photo of Alumnus John Hannegan '72, owner of an Irish Pub in Santa Clara, taken for the Santa Clara Magazine.

AJ Howell-Williams, Undergraduate admissions, participated in a panel discussion during The California Foundation’s 55th Anniversary Celebration of Brown v. Board of Education and Back-to-School Summit in September 2009.

 
Printer-friendly format