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News & Events

Our faculty, staff, and students make headlines every day, both on and off campus.

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    Recent Headlines

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    Who Prepares for COVID-19, and Why

    A study by Santa Clara Prof. David Feldman explores factors behind why some people take social distancing and other COVID-19 precautions seriously, and some don't.

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    New Graduate-level Rankings Showcase Santa Clara University’s Strengths

    Santa Clara University’s graduate-level programs in business and law made a strong showing in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings.

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    Santa Clara Law Receives $750,000 for Privacy Law Expansion

    Three current and former University trustees gave $750,000 to expand upon Santa Clara Law's highly successful program in privacy law.

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    The Global Water Crisis, Through the Eyes of the Arts

    A unique blend of dance, choral music, animation, storytelling, and projected imagery celebrates and critiques our relationship to water.

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    Engineering Students’ Projects for Community Service

    Santa Clara University and San Jose State University students unveil projects for community improvements at second annual IEEE EPICS Expo.

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    Santa Clara University Offers Contactless Student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch

    With the help of mobile technology SCU students, faculty, and staff can now use their iPhones and Apple Watches to access buildings, attend athletic events, and perform a number of other functions that previously required a physical student ID.