Three Santa Clara University seniors were awarded the DeNardo Senior Prize for outstanding achievements in their scientific research.
Senior Lauren Cherrey seeks out connections between her Public Health and Economics majors and has used them to drive her work abroad and on campus.
Sophomores Ella Basler and Erica Svendahl will have the opportunity to conduct intricate and influential research on critical scientific topics as Santa Clara University’s two Beckman Scholars this year.
Anjali Rangaswami ’21 noticed some gaps in research on sexual harassment in higher education. So she won a Fulbright to do it herself.
Psychology and Philosophy major Aidan Gallegos ’21 researched bilingual cognition in an internship funded by the REAL program.
After calling for a do-over on her first college decision, transfer student Caroline McInerney ’21 says Santa Clara let her embrace all of her interests.
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.
Junior political science and Spanish double major is a longtime advocate on behalf of the disability community, service workers, and others.
“My work isn’t just about a job title,” Hawai’i-resident Faizah Shyanguya ’21 says. “It’s about what I'm doing, who I'm working with and how it serves others, especially in marginalized communities.”
Through the REAL program, Studio Art major Shae Kennedy ’21 participated in a virtual internship where she created fun art activities for kids and their families to do online.
Through the REAL program, Political Science major Abby Roubal ’21 deepened her understanding of politics as an intern on a congressional campaign.
Fourteen majors from the College of Arts and Sciences have been selected as semifinalists for the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student program this year, out of a record-breaking total of 17 from Santa Clara University.
Classics major Max Gavenman ’22 transcribed religious artifacts from Latin to English and learned about life in ancient Rome in an internship through the REAL program.
Through the REAL program, Chloe Gentile-Montgomery '21 researched food insecurity at SCU in an effort to reduce stigma and work towards food justice on campus.
Injuries and internships have marked Julia Lieberman and set her on a path to combining her love of neuroscience, neural engineering, and coding with her passion for building community. And it all started with a concussion.
Chemistry major Adriana Gutierrez Ramirez ’22 will continue research with the Abbyad Lab as this year’s Beckman Scholar.
Religious Studies major Cameron Heon '20 hopes to deepen his understanding of interreligious studies then go to graduate school
REAL student Alexa DeSanctis ’20 shares about her values and the passion that drives her towards making meaningful change in the world.
English and Sociology major Erika Rasmussen will spend a year in New York City immersed in the media landscape with America Media
Senior Griffin Garner will evaluate best practices in developing climate resilience for smallholder coffee farmers in Uganda.