Santa Clara University Debuts Tool to Prevent Sexual Violence
Monday, Jan. 5, 2015
Santa Clara University is unveiling a first-of-its-kind tool in combatting sexual assault on college campuses. Can’t Thread a Moving Needle is a complex and intriguing film adapted from the play written by SCU Theatre Professor Barbara Means Fraser. Much like The Laramie Project, the play was written based on interviews of victims, survivors, perpetrators, family, friends, counselors, professors, and attorneys. Fraser, one alumnus, and nine students from her Playwright’s Workshop course gathered stories and commentary from over 100 people from a variety of states.
Hilton Foundation Makes Major Grant for Theological Leadership Formation and Education of Asian Women Religious
Monday, Jan. 5, 2015
A new $750,000 grant to SCU's Jesuit School of Theology from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation will help empower Catholic women religious in Asia to be effective agents of social change.
Kiplinger’s Ranks Santa Clara University 20th Best Value Among Universities in the West/Southwest
Friday, Dec. 19, 2014
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine ranked Santa Clara University No. 20 on its list of best values among private universities in the West/Southwest for 2015, and No. 38 on its list of best values among private universities nationwide.
Santa Clara University School of Law Receives Largest-Ever Gift of $10 Million to Help Build New Law School Building
Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014
A veteran Silicon Valley tech-company founder and technology pioneer has donated $10 million in matching and direct funds to Santa Clara University School of Law to fund a new technologically advanced, collaboration-oriented law school building.
Santa Clara University Alum wins prestigious Rhodes Scholarship
Monday, Nov. 24, 2014
A Santa Clara University graduate is among good company, winning the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship announced this weekend. Aven Satre Meloy ‘13 joins a long list of successful leaders to win the prize including former President Bill Clinton and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff. Rhodes scholars receive funding to study at Oxford University in England.
“Open Source” to be Discussed at Jan. 23 Santa Clara University High Tech Law Symposium
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014
On Jan. 23, 2015, the Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal will bring together prominent scholars, practitioners, and entrepreneurs to discuss Open Source in the Legal Field.