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Tiny House: Santa Clara undergraduates are spending the summer designing and building a tiny home on wheels for the Oct. 2016 Tiny House Competition, hosted by the Sacramento Municipal Utilities District. 

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  • 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.

  • Miller Center Director of Impact Capital John Kohler

    Making "Year of Mercy" = Year of Impact for the Poor

    SCU's John Kohler is helping the Vatican explore "impact investing."

    The Vatican is exploring how the Catholic Church can harness investment practices focused on social good, not just profits.

    Recent Headlines

    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.

    St. Teresa Montes-Lara, director of Instituto Hispano

    Advancing Hispanic Pastoral Leadership

    A program for those who minister to the Catholic Church’s growing population of Hispanic Catholics convenes at Santa Clara University July 10–23.

    Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Gets $1 Million Grant

    Santa Clara University's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Receives $1 million grant from the Bernard Osher Foundation.

    Frederick M. and Leota Van DeVeere Gonzalez

    A Home for Law

    Two of Santa Clara University School of Law's biggest supporters have pledged a gift valued at more than $5 million for faculty housing, scholarships, and more.