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Majors and Minors Experiential Learning Opportunities

College of Arts and Sciences

On the Road Toward Effecting Change


SCU’s Abby Alvarez ’22 and Jasmyn Burdsall ’20 have been named finalists for the prestigious Truman Scholarship and the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, significant opportunities in their journey to effect positive change in marginalized communities.

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Rhiannon Giddens Artist-in-Residence

Student Stories

Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Linguistic Development

Psychology and Philosophy major Aidan Gallegos ’21 researched bilingual cognition in an internship funded by the REAL program.

Education for Underserved Communities

Funded by the REAL program, Child Studies and Psychology major Kat Kuwada ’21 learned how to engage students and lead in the classroom while teaching math to kids online.

Abigail Alvarez '22 Wins Truman Scholarship

Junior political science and Spanish double major is a longtime advocate on behalf of the disability community, service workers, and others.

A Passion for Marine Science

Environmental Science major Fiona Mulhern ’21 got the opportunity to study marine biology as a research assistant funded by the REAL program.

    Faculty Stories

    Breaking Down Barriers and Cultivating Creativity

    As a 2021 Creative Ambassador for the City of San José, SCU’s Ray Furuta is designing a project that will promote creative expression, break down barriers between different art forms, and ultimately bring together the community.

    Community Partnerships for Environmental Justice

    Through SCU’s Environmental Justice for the Common Good Initiative, faculty member Chris Bacon has been a part of many successful food justice projects working towards a more sustainable world.