How can counseling psychologists better serve LGBTQ people in the South? Assistant Professor Sherry Wang says it starts with asking better questions.
Assistant Professor Amy Lueck time travels through yearbooks, unpacking the “have a great summers” of yesteryear.
Too often, we see truth used as a weapon, rather than as a way to build a bridge to another, paved by human kindness, writes President Kevin O’Brien in an op-ed for The Mercury News.
Though the broad messages of Thanksgiving are ones we can all theoretically get behind—offering gratitude and sharing one’s bounty—Joanna Thompson, director of Santa Clara's Office of Multicultural Learning, says it's important to acknowledge that this messaging does not tell the whole story.
SCU team travels to El Salvador to mark 30th anniversary of Jesuit massacre, returns with message to honor martyrs’ legacy.
Students and faculty at Santa Clara University took time to celebrate those who are the first in their families to attend a four-year college or university.
On November 9, 1989, East Germany opened its borders, allowing East and West German citizens to travel freely between the two countries. Political Science Professor Jane Curry joined CBSN's Tanya Rivero for a closer look at that iconic event in history.
Students in Professor Takeshi Moro’s ELSJ course used digital media arts to document the stories of Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II.
Research by marketing Professor Kirthi Kalyanam helped big-box stores find a new trick to stay competitive.
How do graduate students trained at Santa Clara’s Jesuit School of Theology practice and understand “real life” religion? They dabble in sociology.