Irina Raicu, director, internet ethics, quoted by WIRED.
We need more innovation and disruption—from different constituencies.
There is a lot of work to be done, by all of us who are impacted by AI tools.
National Student Employee Appreciation Week. April 9th - 15th
March 27, 2023—A $300,000 grant from the Genentech Foundation, through their Health Equity and Diversity in STEM Innovation Fund, is enabling Santa Clara University to offer career preparation, specialized learning modules, and stipends to underrepresented or first-generation college students to consider careers in biotechnology or biopharmaceuticals.
Should glowing algae light our city streets? One philosophy professor explores the ethical obligations of preserving the night sky.
Grant from Genentech Foundation enables learning, stipends, career prep in the biotechnology industry.
How do our perceptions around wealth change how our government works? The answers may lie in ancient history.
Gender Dysphoria occurs when there is a misalignment between the experienced gender of an individual with their gender assigned at birth and can cause stigmatization, difficulties building relationships, and poor self-esteem.
Irina Raicu, director, internet ethics, quoted in NYTimes.
Admitted students have many opportunities to preview SCU, at an exciting time to come here.
Subbu Vincent, director, journalism and media ethics, quoted by Communication Intelligence.
SCU’s Ethics Bowl Team’s only loss was to the U.S. Naval Academy team, the team which would eventually go on to win the tournament.
Julia Scott with the Bioengineering Department and Sally Wood with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department have received a $40,000 award from Neuronic to support their project "Design and Evaluation of a Closed-loop hybrid Electroencephalography and transcranial Photobiomodulation System".
SCU's Ethics Bowl team displayed their mastery of ethical questions and dilemmas at the recent National Finals of the APPE Intercollegiate EthicsBowl.
Sarah Cabral, senior scholar, business ethics, quoted by CGTN America.
Ethan reflects on the new skills he has gained during his dynamic internship at Cristo Rey.
Angelene shares how a business mindset can complement the work of non-profits and vice-versa!
Rene describes how she applies her business education to the work she does at the County of Santa Clara
Natalia reflects on the impact her LSB education has had on her time at the Office of Economic Development.
Taeya reflects on the ways in which her SCU business academic career has found intersections with community work in the non-profit sector!
Caroline discusses how her business curriculum has helped her in her internship at SVCN.
Deisha reflects on the impact her LSB education has had on her time at the Office of Economic Development.