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

  •  Sarah Madden

    Student Sarah Madden wrote an article for a Council of Foreign Relations blog, about the recent tightening of international finance restrictions that have a serious impact on Somalia. 

  •  Jerry Burger

    Jerry Burger (Psychology) was quoted in The Washington Post, which mentioned his book Returning Home. 

  •  Dan Ostrov

    Dan Ostrov (Mathematics) discussed the statistics behind a spate of lightning strikes across the nation with NBC’s “Reality Check.”  He similarly tackled the odds of billionaire brackets,  on a past show. 

  •  Patricia Cain

    Patricia Cain (Law) was quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article, which also ran in the Connecticut Post, about gift taxes. 

  •  Greg Toschi

    Student Greg Toschi was quoted in the Mercury News as one of the speakers protesting a planned housing ordinance in Santa Clara that would outlaw many multi-student homes. The issue was also covered in Santa Clara Weekly. 

  •  Greg Toschi

    Student Greg Toschi was quoted in the Mercury News as one of the speakers protesting a planned housing ordinance in Santa Clara that would outlaw many multi-student homes. The issue was also covered in SaDavid Sloss (Law) wrote an article for Just Security about Russian treaty violations.nta Clara Weekly. 

  •  David Sloss

    David Sloss (Law) wrote an article for Just Security about Russian treaty violations. 

  •  Kirthi Kalyanam

    Kirthi Kalyanam (Marketing/RMI) spoke to KGO radio about Target's declining market position. 

  •  Diane Dreher

    Diane Dreher (English) blogged for Psychology Today about the healthiness of peoples’ jobs. 

  •  Kyle Graham

    Kyle Graham (Law) was quoted in Del Norte Triplicate about a man getting a re-sentence for his fatal DUI. 

 

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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