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Grand Art for a Grand Building: Santa Clara University art and art history students start classes Sept. 19 in the beautiful new Edward M. Dowd Art and Art History Building, which features a grand sculpture by artist Dale Chihuly. Photo by Joanne Lee/Santa Clara University

 

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  • The Wheels on the House Go Round and Round

    rEvolve House construction accelerates as the summer comes to a close

    Santa Clara University's team of students continue constructing the rEvolve House ahead of the SMUD Tiny House Competition in October.

  • Books authored by Sandra Schneiders, IHM

    Faithful Feminist

    As she ends a 40-year teaching career, pioneering feminist theologian and biblical scholar Sr. Sandra Schneiders has donated her professional papers to Santa Clara University.

    An exhibit at SCU honors the impact of the influential scholar of Christian spirituality; women religious; hermeneutics and the gospel of St. John.

  • Sr. Teresa Montes-Lara and students

    Theology Through a Living Lens

    Hispanic Institute starts with the lived experiences of immigrant Latino Catholics

    Eighty pastoral leaders learn theology incarnated into a distinctly Hispanic Catholic culture.

    Recent Headlines

    A print of Mother Teresa's eyes

    Mother Teresa's Canonization

    Mother Teresa will be canonized by Pope Francis Sept. 4 at a Mass in St. Peter’s Square in Rome. Santa Clara University experts can elaborate on her life and the Catholic tradition of canonization.

    Engineering School Dean Godfrey Mungal Will Step Down After 10 Years

    In summer 2017, Dr. Godfrey Mungal will complete his second five-year term as Dean of the School of Engineering and return to the faculty.

    Exhibition at Santa Clara University’s de Saisset Museum Explores Immigrant Experience

    de Saisset Museum's Crossing Cultures exhibit takes in-depth look at migration and identity

    Santa Clara University School of Law breaks ground on new building

    Santa Clara University will celebrate the launch of construction of the 96,000-square-feet Charney Hall of Law with a groundbreaking ceremony Aug. 17 at noon.

    Photo Credit: Pollinate Energy

    International Social Entrepreneurs Punctuate 10-Month Accelerator Program with an Investor Showcase at Santa Clara University

    International Social Entrepreneurs Punctuate 10-Month Accelerator Program with an Investor Showcase at Santa Clara University

    GE Miller Center Healthymaginaion

    Boosting the Odds for Mothers and Children in Sub-Saharan Africa

    GE/Miller Center program provides 17 social entrepreneurs focused on maternal or child health in the region with a 3-day workshop, six months of training and mentoring, and a pitch competition.