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

  •  Justin Boren

    Justin Boren (Communication) was quoted in The Week for his research on worker resentment of those who take family leave and other federally mandated rights.

  •  Ed McQuarrie

    Ed McQuarrie (Marketing) was interviewed for a widely aired Marketplace public radio story about profanity in advertisements. 

  •  Tom Plante

    Tom Plante (Psychology) blogged for Psychology Today about more college students returning home to live with their parents after graduation. 

  •  Chuck Byers

    Chuck Byers (Marketing) discussed the PR strategy of Apple releasing an economic impact report on its planned new campus with the Mercury News. More than two dozen sites or papers ran the story. 

  •  Eric Goldman

     Eric Goldman (Law) was quoted in Timemagazine about Obama's plans for patent reform and in the Newark Star Ledger about FTC's actions against Wyndham Worldwide for allowing cyber theft.

  •  Deep Gulasekaram

     Deep Gulasekaram (Law) spoke to Bay City News about the upcoming Prop. 8 Supreme Court decision, for a story picked up by about a half dozen outlets.

  •  Kirk Hanson

     Kirk Hanson (Markkula) was quoted in two dozen newspapers including the Kansas City Star about people's fear of new technology when it comes to 3d printing.

  •  Steve Johnson

    Steve Johnson (Education/Markkula) was noted in Telegraph India as a positive example of using programs to encourage good habits or virtues in young children. 

  •  Brad Joondeph

     Brad Joondeph (Law) was quoted in a story on CBS5 about the Supreme Court's ruling that DNA can be collected from arrested citizens.

  •  Brian Love

    Brian Love (Law) was quoted in a Reuters story about patent issues. 


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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