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

  •  Steven Saum

    Steven Saum (OMC) recorded a Perspectives piece for KQED-FM about Amazon.com's bizarre marketing algorithm that suggested the book Stone Me: The Wit and Wisdom of Keith Richards, after the purchase of Rolling Away the Stone: Mary Baker Eddy's Challenge to Materialism.

  •  Stephanie Hughes

    The Independent Florida Alligator mentioned one of SCU's unique classes, The Joy of Garbage, which is taught by Stephanie Hughes (Environmental Studies), in an article about unusual and quirky courses that are being offered at universities nationwide. 

  •  Lindsey Kouvaris

    The San Mateo Daily Journal interviewed Lindsey Kouvaris (de Saisset Museum) about the new spring exhibition featuring Life Cycle by Susan Middleton and The Theater of Insects by Jo Whaley.

  •  Simi Olabisi

    NBC Bay Area interviewed Simi Olabisi '11 about her senior design project, a solar neonatal incubator. 

  •  Lester Deanes

    The San Jose Mercury News interviewed Lester Deanes (Student Life) about the Diversity Leadership Conference that's taking place at SCU April 30. 

  •  David Friedman

    David Friedman (Law) was quoted in the Boston Globe and Jewish World Review about widespread misperceptions of the economic success of President Herbert Hoover.

  •  Tasha Mistry

    The San Jose Mercury News interviewed Tasha Mistry '11 about the job market for new college graduates. The article was republished in 11 newspapers, including Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune, and San Mateo County Times.

  •  Eric Goldman

    Eric Goldman (Law) was quoted in the New York Times about a ruling against Google in Europe and in the LA Times about the failed effort by two brothers to further sue Mark Zuckerberg.  His new site highlighting an abusive practice by some doctors, DoctoredReviews.com, was written up in Bloomberg News, MediaPost, and the blogs TechDirt and Justia. 

  •  Maurice Possley

    Maurice Possley (NCIP) was quoted in a Mercury News story that ran in numerous other papers, exploring prosecutor misconduct.

  •  Michelle Oberman

    An Associated Press story exploring the cases of mothers killing their children quoted Michelle Oberman (Law) and ran in more than 240 publications or sites nationwide, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chicago Tribune, the website of the Today Show, and the Kansas City Star.

 

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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