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Alumni News

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Mission Wine Collection

We are excited to announce the selections for our third annual Mission Wine Collection from distinguished alumni vintners Truett Hurst and Talley Vineyards. Purchase yours today » 

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Nominate a Fellow Bronco

We need your help identifying outstanding Broncos who are making a difference in their communities. Submit your nominations for the annual Alumni Awards by Friday, Oct. 20.

Search vs. Discovery

With financial backers like Mark Cuban, Falon Fatemi ’07 may turn networking on its head with her startup, Node, and its new predictive search tool. A proven go-getter, Falon shares tips on how to achieve success.

Recommendations You Can Trust

Need help with something from someone you trust? Post it on Switchboard! Broncos have found dog-walkers, nannies, scrapbookers, web designers, and weekend project helpers on SCU Switchboard. Post your ask today! (Not on Switchboard? Sign up now.)

Use Your Bronco Network

Did you know that we have a LinkedIn group exclusively for Broncos? The private group provides 18,000+ SCU-related professionals a space to network, share ideas, and engage in academic or professional-related discussions. Join today!


Illuminate: SCU's Thought Leader Blog

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Hersh Shefrin

We are excited to announce Hersh Shefrin, SCU finance professor and chair, as our newest Illuminate thought leader. Hersh is a pioneer in the behavioral approach to economics and finance. He’s written several books spanning the entire financial landscape. Check out his first article, “On Steroids: Uber’s Wild Psychological Ride.”


Santa Clara Magazine

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Numbers Guy

Tom Bonfigli ’75 has racked up more than 750 wins coaching basketball at a California high school. He’s only had three losing seasons. But one night could have ended it all.

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A Renaissance Man

Remembering Christiaan Theodoor Lievestro—professor of English who taught SCU students for 25 years. With his kind manner and ready smile, he made it a point to connect with his students.


Alumni Events

Sep
11
Seattle: Bronco Athletic Fund Stampede Event

Athletic Director Renee Baumgartner and Women’s Soccer Head Coach Jerry Smith offer a preview of the upcoming season.

Sep
14
Chicago: Alumni Night at the Cubs

Enjoy a pre-game reception and then watch the defending World Series champs take on the New York Mets.

Sep
16
SCU Campus: Asian Pacific Islander, Black, and Chicano Latino Welcome Weekend Receptions

Welcome new Broncos to campus by sharing your experiences and answering questions.

Sep
16
Los Angeles: Alumni for Others Beach Cleanup

Join other Bronco families to help clean up Granada Beach.

Sep
24
Los Angeles: Mass & Brunch

Join University Relations Chaplain, Jack Treacy, S.J. ’77 to celebrate Mass at Loyola High School.

Sep
27
Marin: 84th Annual Dinner

Sip a glass of wine and learn about the winemaking process from vintners with ties to SCU.


University News

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The Solar Eclipse at SCU

With nearly 75% coverage, last month’s solar eclipse was a sight to see at SCU. The campus community joined together for a sold-out viewing party featuring hip solar glasses, telescopic views, and a Phil Kesten's lesson in science. Did you watch the eclipse? Share your experience and see stunning pics from fellow Broncos »

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Law Dean Reappointed

Lisa A. Kloppenberg will continue to serve as dean of the School of Law until 2023. University President Michael E. Engh, S.J., credited Kloppenberg for elevating the school’s reputation, strengthening its programs, and growing relationships with Silicon Valley leaders and institutions. Learn more about the dean »

Uncovering the Past

At SCU, history is everywhere, especially under the soil. This summer, as archaeological crews began working on the Franklin Street conversion, they discovered two sets of historic trolley tracks dating back to the late 19th century.

Technology and the Law

A new certificate program offered by SCU’s School of Law will help put students interested in a career in technology law on the “fast track.” Find out more about the new program »

The Value of Cooperation

When we face conflict, we tend to look for compromise when an all-or-nothing solution won’t work. Is there a better way? English professor Diane Dreher believes there is.

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