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  •  Robots and Coffee; Dating and Glue: Array of Startups Represented at the Third Annual California Program for Entrepreneurship

    Friday, Jul. 27, 2012
    The third annual California Program for Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University hopes to be a fresh launching pad for 32 entrepreneurs involved in startups ranging from a flying-robot retrieval system; a mobile-phone dating service; a cutting-edge surgical-glue venture, and a travel and safety app for hikers.
  •  Luce Foundation Grant Will Help Nuns in Asia Attend the Jesuit School of Theology

    Wednesday, Jul. 25, 2012
    To support the role of Catholic women religious in China, India, and Vietnam as agents of social change, the Henry Luce Foundation has awarded a four-year grant of $375,000 to the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University.
  •  The Role of Sports in Higher Education to be Addressed at a Sept. 6 Law Symposium

    Monday, Jul. 23, 2012
    With Penn State's historic fine, the question emerges: what is the proper role of sports in higher education? An all-day symposium presented by Santa Clara University’s Institute of Sports Law and Ethics will address that question Sept. 6.
  •  Santa Clara University Selects New Dean for School of Education and Counseling Psychology

    Monday, Jul. 16, 2012

    Nicholas Ladany, a teacher, scholar and higher education administrator for education and counseling, to lead graduate studies.

  •  "Women Leaders for the World," a Group of 24 Global Women Leaders, to Gather in Santa Clara July 22 – 27

    Thursday, Jul. 12, 2012
    Starting June 22, a group of 24 women organizational leaders from around the world will gather for "Women Leaders for the World," a weeklong program of workshops, leadership development, and motivation-building offered through Santa Clara University.
  •  Santa Clara University Convenes Annual Hispanic Institute July 15, for Leaders in Hispanic Catholic Ministry

    Wednesday, Jul. 11, 2012
    Nearly four dozen U.S. Catholic leaders who minister to Hispanic populations will convene in Berkeley, California, starting July 15 for two weeks of advanced theology and pastoral leader training.

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