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  •  Be the Self God Wants You to Be, but Don’t be a Jerk, James Martin, S.J., Tells Santa Clara University Class of 2015.

    Saturday, Jun. 13, 2015
    In a speech that sounded straight out of “The Colbert Report,” nationally known Jesuit, Catholic author and commentator James Martin, S.J., entertained and inspired the Santa Clara University Class of 2015.
  •  Capacity Crowd Cheers Santa Clara University Graduate-Degree Recipients

    Friday, Jun. 12, 2015
    With jubilant friends and family filling the Leavey Center to capacity, Santa Clara University's 2015 class of advanced-degree recipients in business, counseling psychology, engineering, education, and pastoral ministry celebrated commencement Friday evening.
  •  Santa Clara University Elects Paul F. Gentzkow Chairman of Board of Trustees

    Thursday, Jun. 11, 2015
    Paul F. Gentzkow, president and chief operating officer of global staffing firm Robert Half International, has been elected to a three-year term as chairman of the Santa Clara University Board of Trustees.
  •  CLIMATE-CHANGE ENCYCLICAL EXPERTS AVAILABLE

    Wednesday, Jun. 10, 2015
    Santa Clara University, as a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to justice and sustainability, has numerous experts on campus to discuss the upcoming papal encyclical on climate change.
  •  Santa Clara University Board of Trustees Chairman Robert J. Finocchio, Jr. Ends Successful Six-Year Run

    Friday, Jun. 5, 2015

    Robert J. Finocchio, Jr., a veteran Silicon Valley executive, investor, and director of numerous technology companies, will complete six successful years as chair of Santa Clara University’s Board of Trustees June 5.

  •  Grand Reopening Celebration for Small Businesses in the Washington Alma Neighborhood of San Jose

    Friday, May. 29, 2015
    On May 30, Santa Clara University undergraduate business students, students from San Jose’s Center for Employment Training (CET) and four small businesses in San Jose’s Washington neighborhood will unveil the results of an unusual business-improvement collaboration between the groups.

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