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  •  Words of Inspiration from Social Entrepreneurship Maven Sally Osberg

    Monday, Jun. 2, 2014
    Santa Clara University President Michael Engh, S.J.; Citi Foundation senior program officer Graham Macmillan; Skoll Foundation CEO Sally Osberg; CSTS Executive Director Thane Kreiner at Magis dinner May 18.
    Santa Clara University President Michael Engh, S.J.; Citi Foundation senior program officer Graham Macmillan; Skoll Foundation CEO Sally Osberg; CSTS Executive Director Thane Kreiner at Magis dinner May 18.
    The internationally respected thought leader in the field of social entrepreneurship, Skoll Foundation CEO Sally Osberg, received the Magis Global Changemaker Award from Santa Clara University May 18, as did Citi Foundation's Graham Macmillan. Read Osberg's inspiring speech here.
  •  Santa Clara University Celebrates Pope Francis as Time Magazine's Person of the Year

    Friday, Dec. 13, 2013
    Santa Clara University celebrates the selection of Pope Francis as Time Magazine’s Person of the Year, an honorific previously given to peacemakers including Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and Popes John XXIII and John Paul II.
  •  Ignatian Spirituality Comes Alive in San Jose

    Friday, Jul. 19, 2013
    Ignatian Spirituality came to life as students in Religious Studies lecturer Elizabeth Drescher's class creatively engaged with a San Jose community.
  •  Bronco Scores $1 Million Milestone for Her 18th Birthday

    Friday, Apr. 26, 2013
    Brienne Ghafourifar
    Brienne Ghafourifar
    Santa Clara University economics alum Brienne Ghafourifar, '12, is celebrating her 18th birthday at the end of April in a way not many of her peers can match: Checking off a goal of raising $1 million in venture funding for her mobile-communication startup, Entefy.
  •  Cancer Survivor on a Mission Reaches SCU, On Foot

    Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2013

    Edie Sundby will arrive at Santa Clara University on Wednesday, April 10, after seven weeks of walking California’s historic, 800-mile Mission Trail, and six years of intensive, late-stage cancer treatments.

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