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

  •  Mike Gilleran

    Mike Gilleran (ISLE)  was interviewed on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams about the implications of the NBA ban on Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

  •  John Ifcher

    John Ifcher (Economics) was spotlighted in an article by The Atlantic for his research about kids and their correlation with parent’s happiness.

  •  Joe Sugg

    Joe Sugg (Operations) was interviewed for a Fast Company story featuring SCU’s new microgrid. 

  •  Meir Statman

    Meir Statman (Finance) spoke to KPCC about the perils of allowing early withdrawals from retirement accounts such as 401(k)s. 
  •  Caroline Chang

    Caroline Chang (University Relations) discussed the idea of using donor-related data to study the fundraising process with the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

  •  Center for Science, Technology, and Society

    The Center for Science, Technology, and Society was mentioned in MediaPost for supporting social entrepreneurs and teaching them how to overcome obstacles.

  •  Michael Engh, S.J.

    Michael Engh, S.J. (President) was mentioned in the San Jose Mercury News for his announcement of the new president of Bellarmine College Preparatory. 

  •  William Ditewig

    William Ditewig (GPM) wrote an article for National Catholic Reporter about canonizations.

  •  Eric Goldman

    Eric Goldman (Law) was mentioned in a post in the blog Real Lawyers Have Blogs about how his legal insight draws in a lot of engagement in likes and comments. He was also quoted in a Reuters story that ran in Australian WA Today about the copyright case between Oracle and Google; and in Techdirt about the abuse of "publicity rights." 

  •  Anna Han

    Anna Han (Law) was quoted in the San Jose Mercury News about Alibaba, a Chinese tech company, and its recent IPO.

 

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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