Srisruthi Ramesh ’17heads to India to educate girls with disabilities about menstruation as part of her AIF Clinton Fellowship.
Forbes ranks the top 650 colleges in the U.S., and SCU came in No. 51 overall based on academic, career, and financial success of its grads.
Giddens is a singer and musician skilled in an array of genres from fiddle to folk to opera. In 2017, she was named a MacArthur Fellow.
How long is the shadow of genocide? It’s the question retired Professor Jerry Burger grapples with in his new novel, The Shadows of 1915.
How a former SCU basketball player and studio arts major became a force in Sacramento’s tech-forward future.
Two key tenets of Jesuit founder offer “a call to conscience” for today’s world.
In an America op-ed, Santa Clara University President Kevin O’Brien, S.J., explores how Jesuit teachings can help Silicon Valley go from moving fast and breaking things to moving thoughtfully and lifting up people.
SCU President Kevin O’Brien, S.J., addresses Sunday’s tragic shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival.
By helping pen a new statement on race for the AAPA, Assistant Professor Robin Nelson hopes physical anthropologists can grow from past mistakes.
Creating “Cell-fie,” a virtual reality game that teaches young people about biology, was a game changer for Grace Ling ’19. Now she’s envisioning a future where she designs games that are fun but also have a positive social impact.