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  •  A Mammoth Discovery: SCU Students Digging for Columbian Mammoth Remains in Castroville

    Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2011
    About a dozen Santa Clara University archaeology and anthropology students and faculty are helping excavate the remains of two Columbian Mammoths, creatures that lumbered the earth more than 9,000 years ago.
  •  The Four Kinds of Difficult People in the Workplace

    Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2011
    Psychology Professor Katerina Bezrukova studies the psychological effect of workplace injustices and intergroup and interorganizational relations, and she says there are four kinds of co-workers and supervisors to look out for: narcissistic, aggressive, rigid, and impaired.
  •  Big Efforts to Leave a Smaller (Carbon) Footprint

    Monday, Mar. 21, 2011
    From clothing made from newspapers, to a campus-wide teach-in, to voluntary check-ups of offices and residences for optimum sustainability, Santa Clara University is ramping up its efforts to permeate the campus with a conscience of sustainability, energy efficiency, and environmental justice.
  •  SCU Helping to Lift Up Voices of Silicon Valley's Religions

    Friday, Mar. 18, 2011
    Santa Clara University and dozens of others interested in interfaith issues have formed a new organization to represent the dozens of religions and sects that comprise the spiritual side of Silicon Valley.
  •  Studying the Suburbanization of Immigrants

    Monday, Mar. 14, 2011
    It's no surprise to SCU professor James Lai that the Asian population of Silicon Valley grew by nearly a third over the last ten years -- a stark shift from past trends of Asians flocking to cities, rather than suburbs. Census figures released last week quantified the shift locally: from 2000 to 2010, the Asian population of Santa Clara County grew to 571,000 -- an increase of 140,000.
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