• Flower Power

    Through research and collaboration across continents, Biology associate professor Justen Whittall turns the petal of a flower into a springboard to revolutionary breakthroughs for his students.

  • New Sustainability Minor

    The sustainability minor allows students to integrate an understanding of sustainability into their course of study from different disciplinary perspectives. Read more

  • Beatification of Oscar Romero

    Religious Studies Associate Professor Ana Maria Pineda, R.S.M. witnessed the long awaited beatification of Archbishop Romero.

  • 2015 Fulbright Scholarship Awards

    Two Arts & Sciences students and two alumni awarded Fulbright Scholarships to study or teach abroad during the 2015-2016 academic year.

  • Libiamo!

    Santa Clara University's Associate Professor of Music, Nancy Wait-Kromm, hosts Libiamo! A Celebration of Opera Arias and Songs in the Italian Style.

  • Baja 2015!

    Sixteen students devoted their Spring Break to study the natural history of Baja California Sur. Lisa McMonagle '15 shares her experience.

  • Still Alice

    Actress Julianne Moore portrays Dr. Alice Howland when she is diagnosed with early onset familial Alzheimer's Disease. May 21, 4 pm, Music Recital Hall.

  • Libiamo!

    A Celebration of Opera Arias and Songs in the Italian Style, May 15, 7:30 p.m., Music Recital Hall

  • DeNardo Lectureship

    Dena Dubal, MD, PhD, will present "Longevity and the Aging Brain" on April 21, 7:30 pm in the Music Recital Hall

  • Martin Sheen on Activism

    Actor Martin Sheen was on campus April 14 speaking about the impact activism has had in his life.

  • Welcome New Dean

    We extend a warm welcome to Dr. Deborah Tahmassebi, who starts as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences on August 1.

  • Stage write

    A Tony Award for James Houghton ’81 and the Signature Theatre Company in New York

  • Showcasing California's Women Winemakers

    California is home to some world-class winemakers, and Lucia Gilbert is here to tell us all about them. After developing her own wine palette, she got to thinking about women working as winemakers in the Golden State.

  • Judy Ngo: The Making of a Theatre Teacher

    Judy Ngo plans to take her ten years of vocal training, as well as her singing, acting and dance experience, and combine it with her passion for arts advocacy and youth to become a teaching artist. Her goal is clear—to spend her days creating community among young people while sharing stories worth telling.

  • Big Year for Santa Clara ROTC

    The Santa Clara ROTC has plenty to celebrate this year with events to mark the 100 years of our national ROTC program, including an inspiring visit from current Commanding General of United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, General David G. Perkins.

  • Gus Hardy ’16: Intentional Valedictorian

    Gus Hardy will tell you within minutes of meeting him that he has autism. And, then, he will spend the next 29 engaging you with stories that demonstrate his passion for human connection.

  • Sociology - Past, Present, and Future

    As Sociology prepares to welcome a new chair, the Department's first graduate, Ron Andersen '60, reflects on the program's founder, Dr. Witold Krassowski (pictured left).

  • Spotlight on Spotlight

    Santa Clara's own Blye Pagon Faust '97 was on campus for a hometown screening of Spotlight, the Academy Award-winning film for Best Original Screenplay and Best Picture that she co-produced.