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Letters from County Health and SCU on meningitis cases.
Meningococcal infection has been confirmed in three SCU students, two of whom remain hospitalized in fair condition. We continue to work very closely with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and are providing for meningococcal Meningitis B vaccinations for students in the Leavey Center, among other measures.
Antics, sportsmanship, the dreaded wink—and the makings of Super Bowl and World Cup greatness.
Lessons abound at a pre-Super Bowl lunchtime event Jan. 26 with sports legends George Seifert, Ronnie Lott, Brandi Chastain and more.
Santa Clara Law's International Human Rights Clinic says clean, accessible and affordable water is a human right for Americans and the world.
The national crisis over Flint, Michigan’s lead-contaminated water shines a spotlight on a growing problem, one which Santa Clara University’s International Human Rights Clinic has been actively fighting for the past year.
A few miles from Levi's Stadium on Feb. 6, Santa Clara University is proud to be co-hosting South Bay pregame festivities.
SCU experts can discuss the iconic Mission Church, the technology companies that drive Silicon Valley, the religious and ethnic diversity of the region, and more.
Santa Clara University will host a luncheon lecture and panel focused on leadership, ethics and life lessons learned by sports all-stars including the former head coach who took the San Francisco 49’ers to their last two Super Bowl victories.
The founder of a center that uses the power of the law to prevent and combat homelessness will be the recipient of the 2016 Katharine and George Alexander Law Prize from Santa Clara University School of Law.
The world is seeing growth in economic and social inequality worldwide. What are the implications? A Feb. 11 lecture draws on recent social science scholarship and Catholic social teaching to address the question “Is there a common Good?”
Santa Clara University Associate Professor of Philosophy, Shannon Vallor, has been awarded the 2015 World Technology Award in Ethics.