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  •  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.
  •  Internships Aplenty at Inaugural Startup Expo

    Tuesday, Mar. 8, 2011
    About 50 vibrant, promising startups came to woo SCU students for internships in businesses ranging from Internet coupons, online wine reviews, lightweight solar panels, to retail intelligence-gathering.
  •  Merging Leadership, Sustainability, and Contemplation

    Wednesday, Mar. 2, 2011
    One beautiful day last month, hikers in Castle Rock State Park in the Santa Cruz Mountains might have been puzzled to stumble upon a group of nearly two dozen fellow hikers, scattered around the grass of scenic Goat Rock scribbling in yellow waterproof journals.
  •  In the Producer's Chair: Technology in the Classroom at Santa Clara University

    Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011
    From YouTube to Wikipedia to iTunes and Second Life, professors at Santa Clara University are using technology to empower students to be more than simply passive, speedy consumers of Internet content.
  •  Santa Clara University President Outlines New Strategy for the Future

    Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011
    As Santa Clara University prepares to implement the Strategic Plan 2011, President Michael Engh, S.J., provided a glimpse of his priorities for the future in his State of the University Address, which he delivered on Feb. 16 at Mission Church.
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