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Santa Clara students, faculty on track to design and market VR training program for Alzheimer’s, dementia caregivers.
Mirelle Raza ’15 is fresh out of law school and working as a deputy attorney general for the California Department of Justice. She credits a women’s and gender studies course for inspiring her to advocate for vulnerable people.
The stress of the pandemic has increased the need for mental health services in the United States.
Mackenzie Vischer M.A. ’22is ready to do her part to help.
School of Engineering receives national recognition for program making a difference for underrepresented groups in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Duplass will bring his talents to the Santa Clara community through creative collaboration and artistic exploration.
A donation from the estate of Rev. Francis L. Markey will enable the Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries to establish a new center to expand programs, workshops, internships, and more.
A unique program provides scholarships and fellowships to SCU for up to 35 future leaders in sustainability, clean energy and related fields.
President Biden nominated School of Law Professor Catherine Sandoval to the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.