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  •  How Does Apple Do It?

    Friday, Oct. 14, 2011
    Many people marvel at how Steve Jobs turned Apple into one of the world's favorite brands, and they wonder how the company achieved such vision, creativity, and innovation. One psychology professor has an unexpected answer: work-related conflicts.
  •  How Diverse Are American Companies?

    Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011
    Many organizations tout their workplace as diverse and point to their efforts in hiring and promoting people from different backgrounds. But do these cases reflect reality in the workplace?
  •  A Mighty Hummingbird Has Fallen

    Wednesday, Sep. 28, 2011
    Upon learning to her great shock and sorrow that Dr. Wangari Maathai, the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner and activist, died Sept. 25 in a Nairobi hospital in Kenya, SCU religious studies professor Teresia Hinga shared her thoughts.
  •  A Witness to Patent-Law History: Prof. Colleen Chien to Attend White House Law Signing

    Thursday, Sep. 15, 2011
    Prof. Colleen Chien, a published author, scholar, and expert on U.S. and international patent-law issues, has been invited to attend President Obama's signing of the long-awaited patent-reform law Friday, Sept. 16 in Alexandria, Va.
  •  First Immigration Detention Visitor Program Approved With Help from Bannan Grants

    Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011
    A student-led immigration-detention visitation program, which was fostered by an SCU Bannan Grant, has received approval to begin operating in August. The program is the first of its kind in California, its founders say.
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