In this time of crisis, SCU Public Health students take on work as contact tracers to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Santa Clara County.
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.
Tricia Creason-Valencia (Communication) encouraged students to explore their creativity while at home as part of her Introduction to Digital Filmmaking course
Religious Studies major Cameron Heon '20 hopes to deepen his understanding of interreligious studies then go to graduate school
Public Health major Hana Seastedt ’20 watches impact of her field unfolding, half a world away.
REAL student Alexa DeSanctis ’20 shares about her values and the passion that drives her towards making meaningful change in the world.
Neuroscience and Biology double major is the first Santa Clara University student to win the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship in over a decade.
Senior Griffin Garner will evaluate best practices in developing climate resilience for smallholder coffee farmers in Uganda.
REAL student Paola Valle ‘20 brings data from a summer of field studies in the Sierras back to Santa Clara for further review
REAL student Yesenia Magdaleno-Solis ’20 looks to utilize art as a way to “cultivate creative confidence” in the next generation.
Psychology major Alex Hagerty ’20 provided an engaging, fun, and educational experience to homeless children through the REAL program.
De Novo Fellow Dylan Lawton ‘20 contributes to the search for a more effective treatment of microbial infections.
REAL student Andrew Bake ‘20 used data to illustrate how climate change is affecting Nicaraguan farmers on the ground.
Senior Sophie Marts' REAL summer internship confirmed that Global Health is the career for her.
Victoria Russo spent her summer painting a mural for the local community and helping educate local high school students in the Arts.
SCU ROTC seeks “confident, intelligent, and well-rounded” students
May event prepared new scholars for summer work and projects
Inspired by Loyola Maryland and the #BodyPosi movement, Moezidis’ campaign is “part of a bigger movement”