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

  •  de Saisset Museum

    The de Saisset Museum’s latest exhibitions on homelessness was featured in the Contra Costa Times, San Jose Mercury News, California Catholic Daily, Art Daily, and Art Media Agency.

  •  Thane Kreiner

    An oped by Thane Kreiner (CSTS) about the lack of a VC-style economic system for social entrepreneurs and the findings of a new report on "social capital" by CSTS, ran in the online economics publication Xconomy.com.

  •  Colleen Chien

    Colleen Chien (Law) was quoted in a San Jose Mercury News story about Microsoft pursuing patent lawsuits against Android phone and tablet manufacturers using Nortel patents. The story appeared in well over a dozen other publications and sites.

  •  Gerald Uelmen

    Gerald Uelmen (Law) was quoted in a widely reprinted San Jose Mercury News story about the negative impact of Gov. Brown’s delay in filling the state Supreme Court vacancy.

  •  Patricia Cain

    KLIV Radio interviewed Patricia Cain (Law) about the legal issues families should consider when it comes to end of life issues.

  •  Margaret Russell

    KLIV Radio interviewed Margaret Russell (Law) about repealing the Defense of marriage Act.

  •  Simi Olabisi

    Sierra Magazine featured a solar-powered neonatal incubator built by Simi Olabisi ’11 and her six teammates for their senior design project.

  •  Joe Sugg

    EcoCloud interviewed Joe Sugg (University Operations) about the University’s smart microgrid project, which is now in phase two—connecting the entire campus to the campus microgrid.
     

  •  Anna Han

    Anna Han (Law) was quoted in a San Jose Mercury News story, which appeared in more than two dozen publications, about the difficulties faced by Facebook and others trying to operate in China’s censoring marketplace.

  •  George Mohler

    George Mohler’s (Mathematics and Computer Science) algorithm that can predict where and when crime happens continued to make news headlines, after Santa Cruz became the first city in the U.S. to use his formula. He was interviewed and mentioned in 10 broadcasts and publications, including CBS5, KCBS Radio, KTVU, and the San Jose Mercury News.

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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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