SCU Celebrates 2019 National Engineers Week
It’s the stuff of sci-fi dreams: tiny, self-propelling robots that whiz painlessly through the body to detect illness. In mechanical engineering, On Shun Pak is part of a team that’s received a $2 million grant to make them reality.
Our mission: opening doors, educating the whole person, innovating for the world. Read stories about the people making that happen—and become a part of this $1 billion campaign.
Read the 2019 State of the University address by SCU President Michael Engh, S.J.
Pair students with leaders in public health. Then ask them to solve tough ethical questions. What do you get? Better answers for all of us.
Sinatra chairs Smith and W. Kamau Bell Explore Smith’s creative process behind her play Notes from the Field.
The tech is simple, but the result can be dazzling. Tanya Chiykowski-Rathke explains how Learning Glass makes lectures more engaging.
Francis Ford Coppola urges young SCU filmmakers to aim high—right away. The legendary director was the featured guest at the Vari Symposium.
Tracing time and stories through recycled office furniture at the new home of engineering in Heafey Hall.
The classic Hollywood route to producing movies: Come from money, with family connections. Pouya Shahbazian J.D. ’03 had neither. But he had drive—and some pretty sharp filmmaking instincts.