Entrepreneurs Battling Global Poverty Come to Silicon Valley Aug. 14 to 22
Monday, Aug. 4, 2014
Fourteen social entrepreneurs will be on Santa Clara University's campus Aug. 14 to 22 for the in-residence portion of GSBI Accelerator, a 10-month mentoring and training program for entrepreneurs seeking to solve humanitarian problems with their commercial ventures.
Newest Class of Johnson Scholars Named at SCU
Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2014
Ten incoming freshmen have been chosen as Santa Clara University Johnson Scholars, an honor awarded to those who meet rigorous personal and academic criteria.
New Trustees Join the Board of Santa Clara University
Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014
Two Jesuit educators were elected to Santa Clara University’s Board of Trustees.
Twenty-sixth Annual Hispanic Institute at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University Begins July 13
Wednesday, Jul. 9, 2014
Leaders who minister to the exploding numbers of Hispanic Catholics nationwide will convene at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University July 13 - 25 for an advanced theology and pastoral ministries education program, the Instituto Hispano, or Hispanic Institute.
From Respite Care for Seniors to a Facial-Recognition Car Locks: Fifth Class of Entrepreneurs Chosen for Silicon Valley's Egalitarian Startup Accelerator, CAPE
Tuesday, Jul. 8, 2014
Representatives of 37 California businesses will get crash courses in everything from supply chain management to public relations to finance, as part of Santa Clara University's California Program for Entrepreneurship (CAPE).
New Partnership Aims to Channel Venture Capital Toward Promising Solutions to World Poverty
Thursday, Jun. 19, 2014
Introducing investment-ready social entrepreneurs to "impact investors" is the idea behind a new partnership between Santa Clara University’s social-entrepreneurship mentoring program Global Social Benefit Institute and Toniic LLC, a global network of investors focused on social enterprise.