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President's Speaker Series

Sponsored by the Office of the President, the President’s Speaker Series is a forum that brings eminent leaders to Santa Clara, providing our students, faculty, and the community an opportunity for intellectual rigor, critical thinking, reflection, and dialogue.

Santa Clara Lecture Series

The Santa Clara Lecture Series is sponsored by the Bannan Institute, which is committed to examining Catholic identity and Jesuit character.

Ethics at Noon

The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics sponsors the Ethics at Noon lecture series. These lunch-hour programs provide a forum for SCU faculty members and other experts to explore ethical issues in many fields.

de Saisset Museum

The museum offers several lectures and programs based on current exhibitions.


Upcoming Events

October 2012 - Month-at-a-glance
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4:00 PM
Bannan Institutes
Ted Smith | Scriptural Politics of Democracy: Divine Violence and the Higher Law
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11:30 AM
Lectures at de Saisset Museum
Art of Native California
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12:00 PM
Ethics at Noon
Transparency and Campaign Finance
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12:00 PM
Bannan Institutes
Pat Conroy, S.J. | Chaplain to the House: Capital Faith and Politics
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4:00 PM
Bannan Institutes
Kristin Heyer | Scriptural Politics of Immigration: Subversive Hospitality and Kinship
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11:30 AM
Lectures at de Saisset Museum
Native California Spiritual Traditions
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7:30 PM
President's Speaker Series
President's Speaker Series: Reza Aslan -- The Promise and Perils of the Arab Spring
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4:00 PM
Bannan Institutes
Daniel Bell, Jr. | Scriptural Politics of War: Morality and War in Public Discourse
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4:00 PM
Bannan Institutes
Jeffrey Siker | Scriptural Politics of Family and Homosexuality: Textual Orientations
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11:30 AM
Lectures at de Saisset Museum
The Missions In Spanish and Mexican California
4:00 PM
Bannan Institutes
David DeCosse | Catholicism, Politics, and the Primacy of Conscience: Reflections on Newman's 'Letter to the Duke of Norfolk?'
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12:00 PM
Ethics at Noon
Proposition 34 and the Ethics of Capital Punishment in California
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Mission
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