With a legacy of mentorship, LEAD Scholars like Darius Johnson help prepare first-gen Broncos for college, life, and exciting internships. LEAD celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Greenie ’71, M.S. ’78 and Don Van Buren ’70 bolster lifelong generosity to SCU with a $2.6M legacy gift.
Through a partnership with an area high school, Santa Clara students and faculty are now offering young people mentorship and access to real-world inspired projects.
Delilah Garza ’23 and Assistant Professor Alice Villatoro examine the stigmatization of mental health in Spanish-speaking communities.
Just a year after opening, the Diversity and Inclusion Student Center is a critical and beloved safe space for underrepresented STEM students, serving an average of more than 250 students per week.
#GratefulSCU22 kicks off Nov. 1 and runs through Nov. 30, reminding us all to reflect each day on someone, or something, for which we are grateful.
Students in Senior Lecturer Barbara Kelley’s Advanced Journalism class told the stories of Calle Willow as residents and business owners fought to stay in the historic district.
James DeMuth ’08 has pioneered a method of 3D printing that could change manufacturing forever.
A historical look at Santa Clara’s presidential inauguration
With inauguration just days away, two friends and colleagues who helped to shape President Julie Sullivan reflect on their time working together.
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