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

  •  Colleen Chien

    Colleen Chien’s (Law) move to the White House made news in Politico, IPWatchdog.com, RoadRunner,  Law360, and Giga Om. Her research on patent “trolls” was also analyzed in a widely reprinted Wired.com story and she wrote an op-ed for TechCrunch -- which also ran in other blogs -- about what to do if your business is hit by a patent troll demand. 

  •  Steve Diamond

    Steve Diamond (Law) talked to NPR’s widely aired news show and public media’s Marketplace program about Twitter’s unconventional IPO launch. He also talked about the issue with KGO and KCBS radio, Australian Associated Press, and the San Jose Mercury News, whose story was carried in numerous other papers or sites. 

  •  Irina Raicu

    Irina Raicu (Markkula) was quoted in a  Slate.com article, which ran in several other outlets, about the need for engineers to be trained in ethics. 

  •  Dorothy Glancy

    Dorothy Glancy’s (Law) comments to the Mercury News about NSA privacy issues appeared in nearly 20 additional stories. 

  •  Nick Ladany

    Nick Ladany (Education and Counseling Psychology) was quoted in a KNTV story about the rise of shooting as a childhood sport. 

  •  Kyle Graham

     Kyle Graham (Law) spoke to the San Jose Mercury News about the legal outlook for the hunter whose campfire allegedly started the massive Yosemite fire, for a story that was carried by more than a dozen additional publications.

  •  Jim Kouzes

     Jim Kouzes (Leadership) wrote an op-ed for The Economic Times about acting now to leave the legacy you want.

  •  Tom Reese, S.J.

     A podcast of the campus talk byTom Reese, S.J. (Markkula) about Pope Francis was noted in National Catholic Reporter.

  •  Gavin Newsom

    Alumnus Gavin Newsom’s recollections of his Jesuit education at SCU were featured in a news story about the long-delayed opening of the Bay Bridge. The story appeared in the Sacramento Bee and several other publications. 

  •  Eric Goldman

     Eric Goldman (Law) was quoted in a widely aired NPR news program about fingerprinting technologies, and in MediaPost about Yelp litigation over faked positive reviews. He also talked to KGO radio about tech lobbying.

 

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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