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The San Jose Mercury News interviewed Lester Deanes (Student Life) about the Diversity Leadership Conference, which was held at Santa Clara University. The article ran in 11 other area newspapers, and Green KKGN Radio also aired a segment on one of the sessions from the conference.
Huffington Post published the "Top 10 Ethical Questions Every Incoming College Freshman Faces," a project of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
Tasha Mistry '11 wrote a blog for USA Today's College section about the five things graduating seniors should do during their job search to land their first job after graduation.
Fred Foldvary (Economics) was quoted in the New York Times about Bay Area transportation officials’ experiments with “congestion pricing.”
Miller-McCune Magazine wrote an article about Amara Brook's (Psychology) research on how likely people were to change their behavior if they learned that their lifestyle was environmentally unsustainable.
Al Hammond (CSTS) was quoted in a story about social entrepreneurship in the San Jose Mercury News.
KTVU interviewed Jim Cottrill (Political Science) about what the 2012 presidential race looks like for Republicans.
Kirk Hanson (Markkula) was interviewed on KQED's Forum about financial conflicts of interest between physicians and the pharmaceutical and medical industry. He was also quoted extensively in Corporate Secretary magazine about the lack of attention by corporations to the risk of poor ethical behavior.
John Hamm (Management) was quoted in HCPro.com about the need for leaders to be good listeners. His new book Unusually Excellent: The Necessary Nine Skills Required for the Practice of Great Leadershipwas also reviewed by Hartford Business Journal, TechJournal South, and RISMedia and he wrote about it in SmartBusiness online.
Eric Goldman (Law) was quoted in the International Herald Tribune, New York Times and numerous Las Vegas sites and newspapers including the Las Vegas Sun about a key case regarding bloggers’ rights to reproduce articles written by news organizations.
School Construction News interviewed Joe Sugg (University Operations) about the new eco-friendly student apartments.
Thomas Plante (Psychology) blogged in Psychology Today about whether Facebook is a projective test for narcissism.
Judy Nadler (Markkula) talked to the Redding Record Searchlight about a local county attorney who is being challenged for time spent advocating for the Tea Party, for a story that was picked up by the blog Law Enforcement Corruption. She spoke to the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin about Upland’s embattled city manager.
Elizabeth Drescher’s (Religious Studies) book Tweet if you (Heart) Jesus received a favorable review in Publisher’s Weekly.
A speech at St. Leo University by Ron Hansen (English) about the 12 rules for writing compelling historical fiction, was covered by the Tampa Tribune.
The work of two MBA students, Nidhi Jetley and Ashwini Patil, to organize an educational event for parents of teens, was noted in the San Jose Mercury News.
Asian Journal wrote a profile of Angelo Ancheta (Law) who was recently appointed to the California Citizens Redistricting Commission.
Andre Delbecq (Management) was quoted in Workforce Management story about how to tap a “higher power” in the workplace.
Patricia Cain (Law) was quoted in Bankrate.com about the difficulties of married same-sex couples to figure out their tax-filing status, due to conflicts among various laws.
Emily Cervino (CEPI) was quoted in the BNA publication Pension & Benefits Reporter about the need for education on stock-pay plans.
Here’s a sampling of the hundreds of mentions of SCU in the media in the past two weeks. The first part of the link is a list; the full text is below the list.