College of Arts and Sciences
Hayley Raquer '16
SCU College of Arts and Sciences Alumna Wins Inaugural Knight-Hennessy Award.Read More
Environmental science and biology alumnus, Sean Reilly ’16, named a 2018 Rhodes Scholar.Read More
Ethics Bowl Champs
Congratulations faculty and students who took home SCU's first national championship win.Read More
Grace Stokes, Assistant Professor of Biology, Named 2018 Cottrell ScholarRead More
The Trolley Solution
How faculty and students in philosophy are using virtual reality to make thought experiments a little more real.Read More
Melissa Segura wins prestigious George Polk journalism award for stories focused on the wrongly accused.
Nanomaterials represent a whole new world of possibility across a range of scientific studies, including medicine and engineering. But how exactly do these tiny particles, whether natural or man-made, interact with their environment?
Last summer, Jack Herstam worked as a Jean Donovan Fellow in Capetown, South Africa. Jack spent six weeks interning for The Message Trust, an organization that works with at-risk youth.