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  • Nobel Beginnings

    Hersh Shefrin, Richard Thaler, and the beginning of the fight to have behavioral economics taken seriously. There was yelling involved.

  • Expanding Executive Education Internationally

    The Executive Development Center concluded another successful year with two international university partners completing custom residential programs on the Santa Clara University campus.

  • A Send-off with Style

    Business seniors are being recognized for their scholarly performance and personal achievement both in the classroom and the community at this year’s Senior Awards Ceremony.

    Business seniors are being recognized for their scholarly performance and personal achievement both in the classroom and the community at this year’s Senior Awards Ceremony.

  • Celebrating Faculty

    Business school faculty are recognized for their impact and contributions to the University community.

  • SCU Students’ Solution for Facebook

    A group of undergraduate students helped Facebook solve a recruiting issue the company was up against as part of the Community Consulting Project in their business communications course.

  • Dean Beck-Dudley Speaks at U.N. Small Business Summit

    Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business Dean Caryn Beck-Dudley spoke at the United Nations on May 11 about higher education and the vital role of small businesses in global development and economic prosperity.

  • When Dumb Things Happen to Smart Investors

    Here’s how people really behave around money decisions.

    An excerpt from the new book Finance for Normal People: How Investors and Markets Behave, by Meir Statman, Glenn Klimek Professor of Finance.

  • Going Above and Beyond

    Business School staff are recognized for their contributions to the Leavey School of Business.

    Business School staff are recognized for their contributions to the Leavey School of Business.

  • To Pay or Not to Pay for Online Reviews? Don’t Pay.

    A new paper co-authored by SCU marketing professors Xiaojing Dong and Shelby McIntyre finds paying for online reviews backfires for merchants.

    A new paper co-authored by SCU marketing professors Xiaojing Dong and Shelby McIntyre finds paying for online reviews backfires for merchants.

  • When "Leaning In" Isn't Enough

    Women’s Conference at Santa Clara University Will Focus on Building Resilience in Young Women

    Women’s Conference at Santa Clara University Will Focus on Building Resilience in Young Women

  • A Solution to Food Insecurity?

    The Food and Agribusiness Institute at the Leavey School of Business was awarded a grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to continue its research into food insecurity and determine ways to combat it.

  • Business Undergraduates Win Big

    Leavey School of Business undergraduates took two of the top three spots at the U.S. finals for the Unilever Unigame business case competition and are moving on to the international finals this May.

    Leavey School of Business undergraduates took two of the top three spots at the U.S. finals for the Unilever Unigame business case competition and are moving on to the international finals this May.

  • Virtue and Purpose in Business

    Leavey School of Business students will learn firsthand from seasoned executives how to apply personal virtues and purpose in their careers.

    Leavey School of Business students will learn firsthand from seasoned executives how to apply personal virtues and purpose in their careers.

  • Leavey School of Business Announces Overhaul of MBA Program

    Changes make a program that is nimbler, more-flexible and Silicon Valley-focused, and can be completed in two years.

    The Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University has approved the most significant overhaul of its MBA curriculum in two decades, to meet the evolving needs of today’s working professionals.

  • Economic Impact : CIE Driving Innovation

    A study conducted by ICF International quantified Santa Clara University’s economic effect on the Bay Area, featuring the work of LSB’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

  • LSB Reads 2016

    Book recommendations from Leavey School of Business faculty, staff and community members.

  • Recognizing Research

    Santa Clara University recognized Business School Faculty at annual Faculty Awards celebration.

    Santa Clara University recognized Business School Faculty at annual Faculty Awards celebration.

  • Empowering Entrepreneurs Worldwide

    Phil and Peggy Holland Donate an Additional $7.5 Million for SCU’s Popular Free MOBI Website and Curriculum

    Phil and Peggy Holland donate an additional $7.5 million for SCU’s popular free MOBI website and curriculum

  • Starting out as a success

    Business seniors are being recognized for their scholarly performance and personal achievement both in the classroom and the community at this year’s Senior Awards Ceremony.

  • Committing to Excellence

    The Business School honored students committed to excellence at the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society initiation and reception.

  • Does Your California Business Need a Boost?

    Free Santa Clara University Accelerator, Mentor Program Accepting Applications Through July 31

    The free business-accelerator program, the California Program for Entrepreneurship (CAPE), is taking applications through July 31.

  • Celebrating Impact at LSB

    Three business school staff members received this year’s Leavey Staff Awards for the contributions they have made to the business school community.

  • Recognizing Excellence

    Four business school faculty members received this year’s Leavey Impact Awards for their extraordinary contributions to the mission of the business school and Santa Clara University.

  • Influencing Silicon Valley

    Five business alumnae along with 9 other SCU-affiliated women have been listed among this year’s 100 Women of Influence by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

  • The Power of One Day

    Santa Clara University's 3rd annual Day of Giving set records for SCU support. The Business School was no exception, bringing in 45% more dollars than last year!

  • Can You Hack It?

    BroncoHack competitors must combine business, technology and social justice.

    BroncoHack competitors must combine business, technology and social justice.

  • Accounting Information Night

    The Department of Accounting recently held its annual Accounting Information Night for sophomore business students to discuss career paths and opportunities in the profession.

  • SCU Ranked Top 3 for Data Analytics Study

    The field of data analytics is exploding and Santa Clara is at the forefront of prepping students for success.

    The field of data analytics is exploding and Santa Clara is at the forefront of prepping students for success.

  • Lucky Number 13

    Professor Manuel Velasquez has seen tremendous success with his book Philosophy: A Text with Readings.

  • Super Innovation Bowl

    SCU MBA students partner with the City of Santa Clara to leverage football fun into technology education.

    SCU MBA students partner with the City of Santa Clara to leverage football fun into technology education.

  • Researching Ethics

    Business school faculty have received Hackworth Grants for their research and teaching.

  • Spree: Buy and Sell Within SCU

    New app by undergraduate business students Marco Ciccone and Riley Parsons makes buying and selling used goods a breeze for the SCU community.

  • Business Ethics in Practice

    Three business students are putting their SCU education to use and getting a taste for how ethics are practiced in real-world business.