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A $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will help three faculty members from the School of Education and Counseling Psychology curate new resources for bilingual K-8 educators.
MLK friend, adviser Clarence B. Jones urges Santa Clara University law students to commit to racial, social justice.
With funding from the REAL program, Eemon Ghasemiyeh ’22 advocated for awareness of factory farming and studied its intersectionality with environmental and social justice.
Political science and ethnic studies double major Haley Howard ’21 was a finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
Pioneering program drives authentic board diversity in first year.
The Excellence in Diversity Award, given to 101 U.S. colleges and universities nationwide, recognizes schools that have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion across their campuses.
For the fourth consecutive year, the University has earned a top spot in Sierra magazine’s “Cool Schools” list for 2021. This list celebrates colleges and universities that prioritize sustainability and lead efforts to protect and preserve the environment.
The University welcomes a record-breaking 1,558 first-year students and 241 transfers this fall, the largest incoming class in the University’s 170 year history.