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SCU in the News is a biweekly compilation of select media highlights featuring faculty, staff or students.

  •  Brian Grau

    An article written by student Brian Grau, '15, of the Solar Decathlon team (Engineering) was featured in the Daily Energy Report, describing the team's determination to set new standards in solar construction. 

  •  Irina Raicu

    Irina Raicu (Markkula) wrote an op-ed for MarketWatch about encouraging more women to work in tech. She was also quoted in a San Jose Mercury News story that ran in dozens of other outlets, about the ethical challenges for tech companies responsible for their users' personal data. She also spoke to KGO radio about Twitter and the protests in Turkey. 

  •  Amanda North

    Amanda North, who is joining the Center for Science, Technology, and Society as social entrepreneur in residence, was featured in stories on CNN and in the Mercury News about how she was the "mystery woman" who helped save a victim of the Boston Marathon bombing.    

  •  Shauna Shapiro

    Shauna Shapiro (Counseling Psychology) was mentioned in the UK Guardian for her research about how improving one's state of mind can increase stress-management skills. 

  •  Ed Steinman

    Ed Steinman (Law) spoke to CBS5 about the controversial secret government collection of phone and Internet data of U.S. citizens. 

  •  Ed Steinman

    Ed Steinman (Law) spoke to CBS5 about the controversial secret government collection of phone and Internet data of U.S. citizens. 

  •  Angelo Ancheta

    Angelo Ancheta (KGACLC) spoke to Latino USA, which aired on numerous NPR stations nationwide, about challenges to race-based admissions policies as a significant Supreme Court decision on the issue is pending. 

  •  Bruno Ruviaro

    Bruno Ruviaro (Music) was quoted in the music blog Memory Select: Avant Jazz Radio for organizing SCU's first laptop orchestra SCLOrk. 

  •  Anna Han

    Anna Han (Law) spoke to KCBS Radio from China, about the Apple e-Book trial alleging Apple conspired with the nation's largest publishing houses, and she spoke to Voice of Russia radio about the visit of China's president Xi Jinping to the U.S. 

  •  Takeshi Moro

    The photography work of students of Takeshi Moro (Art) was featured in several local Patch.com news outlets, covering their pictures of people in the community living with HIV/AIDS which are on display at the Santa Clara County Government Center.

 

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.

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