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Thomas Plante (Psychology) was interviewed on CBS5 about Amy Chua’s controversial parenting approaches, about which he also blogged forPsychology Today. The CBS show was rebroadcast on numerous other stations nationwide including in Minneapolis, Utah, Michigan, Las Vegas and San Diego.

Elspeth Rossetti (Career Center) was interviewed on ABC7 and KGO Radio
about the job outlook for college graduates and the hiring trends for
2011.

Radha Basu (CSTS) was featured on NBC Bay Area discussing the many ways
technology, especially for smart phones, is solving problems in ways
unimaginable only a short time ago. The story ran at various times on
more than a dozen affiliate stations such as Paducah, Ky., Madison,
Wis., New Orleans, Omaha, Grand Junction, Colo., and Jackson, Miss.

News that Catherine Sandoval (Law) was appointed to the California
Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Jerry Brown made headlines
nationwide, including stories in Capitol Weekly, San Francisco
Chronicle, Los Angeles Daily Times, Bellingham Herald, and the San Jose
Mercury News and numerous MediaNews, Dow Jones and AP stories.

News of an upcoming Feb. 5 mass and reception focused on immigration
law reform
, sponsored by Santa Clara University and other Bay Area
Jesuit groups, received coverage in two stories in the San
Francisco-based Spanish language station KIQI 1010 AM, and was mentioned
in a San Jose Mercury News column.

Don Polden (Law) was quoted by the National Law Journal, American
Lawyer, Texas Lawyer, U.S. News & World Report’s Morse Code blog,
Inside Higher Ed, Environmental Law Professors and others about ABA’s
discussions about whether the LSAT should be mandatory for law-school
admission.

Anna Han (Law) was quoted in the San Jose Mercury News about some of
the problems in the background during the visit of China’s President Hu
Jintao. The story ran in numerous other publications.

Steve Diamond (Law) was quoted in MarketWatch, the San Jose Mercury
News and more than a dozen affiliate papers discussing HP’s
controversial choices for new board members.

Lorenzo Gamboa (Undergraduate Admissions) was quoted in the Salinas
Californian about college options.

Blog comments by Patricia Cain (Law) about the complexities of tax
filing by married same-sex couples were quoted in a story in the New
York Times.

Meir Statman (Finance) continued to be quoted on topics related to his
book, in publications like The Oregonian, the New York Times, The Korea
Times, the Wall Street Journal, Business News Network, and a San Jose
Mercury News column on how Facebook shares are like “bling” for some
investors.

George Mohler (Mathematics) continued to receive coverage for his work
on predicting crime mathematically, with stories in Security Magazine
and more than a dozen papers owned by MediaNews in California.

An event hosted by Gerald Uelmen (Law) and featuring California Supreme
Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye and  Ninth Circuit Court of
Appeals Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, was carried on KTVU.

A speech on welcoming immigrants, by William O’Neill (JST) was covered
by the Charlotte Observer.

Bradley Joondeph (Law) was quoted on ABC’s website about challenges to
Obama’s health-care laws.

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.

***NOTE: Use EXTREME CAUTION before printing the linked information, as it will be dozens of pages!! ***

 

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