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

  •  Mike Whalen

     An NBC Bay Area story featuring Mike Whalen’s (Communication) comments about how Netflix is changing the way people consume media  was picked up by more than a dozen stations nationwide. 

  •  George Alexander

     George Alexander (Law) was remembered in an obiturary in the Los Altos Town Crier.

  •  Jim Balassone

     Jim Balassone (Markkula) spoke about the importance of workplace dating policies and business ethics in a Yahoo News article about an alleged Google affair.

  •  Pat Cain

     Pat Cain (Law) was quoted in the New York Times, as well as, about a landmark IRS ruling about gay married couples filing jointly.  Her appearance at a National LGBT Bar Association event was covered by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

  •  Gerald Coleman, SS

     Gerald Coleman, SS (Pastoral Ministries) wrote an op-ed for the Mercury News about the mercy behind the Pope’s comment “who am I to judge?”

  •  Sanjiv Das, Seoyoung Kim

     News of Sanjiv Das and Seoyoung Kim (Finance) first prize at the Indian School of Business contest appeared in The New Indian Express. 

  •  de Saisset

     The de Saisset’s latest exhibits were featured in an article in the SF Fine Arts Museum Examiner.

  •  Steve Diamond

     Steve Diamond (Law) appeared on Nightly Business Report on CNBC about Twitter’s use in trading and stock markets. He also was quoted in Corporate Counsel about a controversial new service for “certifying” law schools.

  •  Elizabeth Drescher

     Elizabeth Drescher (Religious Studies) was quoted in the Orange County Register about “religious Nones.” 

  •  Mike Gilleran

     Mike Gilleran (ISLE) was quoted in the Daily Journal about the NCAA distancing itself from game maker Electronic Arts amid licensing litigation. 


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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