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  • Sweet Sixteen for 2017

    Women’s Soccer takes its NCAA tourney run to the third round before falling to South Carolina.

  • Fonts and Emoji

    Emoji are a universal language, but they haven’t always represented the world. Agustin Fonts ’08 did his part to fix that.

  • Give Them a Voice

    The author of The Kite Runner talks writing, refugees, and his hopes and fears for Afghanistan. An interview with writer Khaled Hosseini ’88.

  • My Veterans Day

    Specialist Jim Olwell ’17 reflects on being a veteran and a student at Santa Clara University.

  • Bell in the Bay

    Sinatra artist-in-residence W. Kamau Bell takes on racism, politics, and fatherhood in a sold-out performance.

  • A Greater Awareness

    Interim Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion Margaret Russell maps out her goals for her new role at SCU.

  • Haunted

    Brett Tomberlin ’03 brings the tale of heiress and San Jose legend Sarah Winchester to the big screen in Winchester. Helen Mirren stars in the Feb. 2018 release.

  • Keep it Going

    Comedy is a powerful icebreaker. Julia Joyce ’19 is looking forward to seeing W. Kamau Bell engage a broad audience and start a meaningful conversation on race.

  • Master of Comedy

    A different kind of MC: sociopolitical comedian W. Kamau Bell brings hip hop and comedy together in conversation with students Nov. 7.

  • Pull Up a Chair

    Frank Sinatra Chair and sociopolitical comedian W. Kamau Bell wants to hear what the world has to say.

  • Feet to the Fire

    This winter, W. Kamau Bell will show students in African American Literature: African American Comedy the power of satire on society.

  • After the Fire

    Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa was devastated by wildfires. Top priority now: Take care of one another.

  • Nobel Beginnings

    Hersh Shefrin, Richard Thaler, and the beginning of the fight to have behavioral economics taken seriously. There was yelling involved.

  • Humanity at its Best

    SCU students and faculty will present work highlighting the Frugal Innovation Hub’s many humanitarian projects at the IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference.

  • Sticky Science

    Amelia Fuller and student researchers harness the power of sticky molecules to fight pollution.

  • A Day in the Life

    Come to Open House 2017 and experience a day in the life of one of the most beautiful campuses in Northern California.

  • Recovery Won’t Happen Overnight

    Florida is healing from Hurricane Irma. Kelsey Rondini ’16 is in the middle of it. On Instagram Live, Rondini shared her experience as an epidemiologist in Tampa Bay, post-Irma.

  • Bronco Class of 2021

    With over 1,400 students, the Class of 2021 is the largest class in SCU's history.

  • Courage Central

    September 1957, Little Rock, Arkansas. Nine African-American kids wanted to go to school. The 101st Airborne was sent there to help. One of those paratroopers tells the story.

  • Justice Delayed, Not Denied.

    Santa Clara University School of Law’s Northern California Innocence Project wins a client exoneration, using a law they helped make happen.

  • A Statement on DACA

    SCU President Michael E. Engh, S.J., addresses recent news about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

  • Stop Telling Me to Get Over Slavery...

    Danielle Morgan, assistant professor in the Department of English, discusses the real significance of Confederate statues and why they should be taken down.

  • A Message of Solidarity

    SCU President Michael E. Engh, S.J., and Provost Dennis Jacobs send a message of solidarity after the tragic acts of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

  • Opportunity in a Box

    Katy Korsmeyer leads an effort to give Bay Area high school science teachers the supplies they need.

  • Fruit of the Vine

    How Rebecca Kaduru ’09 turned farming passion fruit into a program to empower girls in Uganda

  • Life in the Shadows

    Big data knows more about your life than you realize. In Data Shadows (Dowd Building, July 24-Sept. 21), artist AnnieLaurie Erickson explores the real impact of your digital identity.

  • Lisa Kloppenberg’s Term as Law Dean Extended Five Years

    Citing her success in law school programming, capital projects, and relationship building, Provost Dennis Jacobs announced that Lisa Kloppenberg has been reappointed for a second five-year term as dean of the Santa Clara University School of Law.

  • Bronco River Royalty

    A quarterfinal finish for men’s crew in the Henley Royal Regatta on the River Thames. Call it the Wimbledon of rowing.

  • New to SCU

    Orientation leaders share their experiences on what coming to the Mission Campus for orientation meant to them.

  • A Bigger Stage

    First priest, then social worker, CEO, and teller of stories: Jim Purcell on what drew him to Santa Clara—and what Jesuit education can be.

  • You Are That New Day

    U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera gave a sweeping poetic address to more than 10,000 family, friends, and members of SCU’s Class of 2017.

  • Changing the Narrative

    In her valedictory address, Erika Francks ’17 encouraged fellow graduates to put values over success in their future endeavors.

  • The Message We Need

    In 1982, Jesuit Fr. Ignacio Ellacuría challenged universities to be vehicles for transformative change in a powerful commencement address.

    Unpopular prophetic graduation message: Universities must be vehicles for transformative change

  • Mission: Possible

    The Class of 2017 has big plans as they move from the Mission Campus into the world.

  • Discover. Innovate.

    A gift from the Leavey Foundation will help build a place to develop skills and ways of thinking and solving problems. That will shape the next generation of leaders for Silicon Valley and beyond.

  • Uniformed Service

    Director and Professor of Military Science Major Jason Noble reminds us why those in uniform serve and how we can commemorate them.

  • A Trumpet Call to Defend the Rule of Law

    Democracy requires its lawyers and its citizens to fight for its traditions and laws, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta ’60, J.D. ’63 tells 2017 SCU law graduates.

  • Coming Home

    Bronco legend Kurt Rambis ’80 inducts Steve Nash ’96 as the latest member of the SCU Hall of Fame.

  • Celebrating An Age-old Tradition

    Sikh Student Association at Santa Clara University hosts a meal

    The communal "langar" meal honors the Sikh tradition and Jesuit ideal of social justice

  • Transforming Our World

    SCU’s College of Arts and Sciences celebrates the accomplishments of its teacher-scholars and students with the annual College Showcase.

  • Tiny House Takeaways

    Civil engineering major Anna Harris ’17 talks about lessons learned from building the rEvolve House.

  • Unbelievable Opportunities

    Santa Clara University School of Engineering's new leader talks about the future of STEM in an interdisciplinary global world.

  • The Big Cat

    Saying goodbye to Ken Sears ’55, the first basketball player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

  • Loss into Gain

    Four ways you can win when you lose

    Student athlete Jenna Roering shares how she turned a loss in to a win.

  • Owning It

    At the Own It Women’s Summit on April 30, Heidi LeBaron Leupp ’84 speaks on confidence and owning your strengths.

  • Ethically Speaking

    Ethics. We all hear about it, but do we really understand what it means to the world around us?

    What are the implications to the decisions we make and why does ethics even matter? We sit down with Kirk O. Hanson, executive director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, to get the answers.

  • Winning the Pulitzer

    Tatiana Sanchez ’10 got her start in journalism courses and The Santa Clara student newspaper before going on to win a Pulitzer Prize.

  • Sustainable Styling

    Old-school Necessity Becomes New-school Trend

    Senior Jo Gopinath shares her path to designing "eco fashion"

  • Tiny House Takeaways

    Seven lessons I learned from building a tiny house

    Senior civil engineering major Anna Harris talks lessons learned from the rEvolve House build

  • Troll Patrol

    How Two SCU Law Professors are Shaping an Issue Before the Supreme Court

    Two SCU Law professors helped shape an influential patent-law case before the Supreme Court.

  • Troll Patrol

    Two SCU Law professors are helping shape an influential patent-law case before the Supreme Court.

  • Decision Time

    Mike Sexton, SCU's vice president for Enrollment Management and Eva Blanco Masias, the dean of undergraduate admission, discuss Preview Days for admitted students.

  • Pathway to Law

    Parental inspiration, internal drive, and generous support lead a first-generation student to fulfill his dream of becoming a lawyer.

  • Engineering Expectations

    Set high expectations for women engineers, and they’ll meet them

    Engineering student Shiyin Lim says women should be held to the same high standards as men

  • Bronco Pride Breaks Records

    The Fourth Annual Day of Giving netted $2.27 million from 5,324 donors for schools, programs, centers, and scholarships at Santa Clara University.

  • Q&A on Recent RSO Decision

    Answers to questions regarding a student petition to establish a Registered Student Organization

    The University shared answers to common questions about a recent decision

  • Come Together

    Environmental Studies and Sciences professor Michelle Marvier reflects on how the newly announced Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation will impact STEM education on the Mission Campus.

  • Assembling a Village

    Electrical engineering student Naeem Turner-Bandele ’18 looks to the hidden histories of the past to find inspiration and motivation to help shape the future.

  • An Uncloudy Future

    President Michael Engh, S.J., outlined points of optimism and hope for Santa Clara in his 2017 State of the University address.

  • Be an Active Bystander

    Three big tips you can use to actively intervene and stop sexual assault before it happens

    Students from the Violence Prevention Program give guidance on how to help prevent sexual assault before it happens

  • Technology and the Ethical Imagination

    A new partnership between the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics and the Tech Museum of Innovation will help people identify and respond to ethical questions presented by technology.

  • Gift from Sobratos for New STEM Facility

    Santa Clara University plans to build an ambitious new science, technology, engineering and math hub, backed by a record $100 million gift from Susan and John A. Sobrato '60.

  • Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation

    The University’s largest-ever gift, $100 million from John A. and Susan Sobrato, will fund a 300,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility for transformational STEM education.

    The patriarch and matriarch of one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent families in real-estate development and philanthropy have made a gift of $100 million to Santa Clara University for a 300,000 square-foot "campus within a campus" for STEM.

  • STEM in the News

    A compilation of STEM-related stories in the media featuring Santa Clara faculty, staff, and students.

  • A Legacy at SCU

    You can see evidence of John A. ’60 and Susan Sobrato’s generosity throughout Santa Clara University.

  • Is There a Common Good in Our Common Home?

    Ignatian Center's INTEGRAL podcast explores challenging issues and questions facing society

    A new podcast from the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education initiates conversations around pressing questions of justice facing our world

  • Ready to Roll

    Students coming out of SCU’s communication program find themselves on top of the digital-filming world.

  • Changing the Stats

    Jasmine Cashbaugh ’16 Ph.D. is working to change the stats for women in STEM with research using robots, drones, and kiwis.

  • Impromptu Solidarity

    The 2010 economics alumna spent a powerful month helping Syrian refugees

    2010 economics alumna Colleen Sinsky spent a powerful month helping refugees from Syria, and plans to keep using her SCU-honed social conscience and creative writing skills for the cause of social justice

  • Virtue and Purpose in Business

    Leavey School of Business students will learn firsthand from seasoned executives how to apply personal virtues and purpose in their careers.

  • University Art Exhibit Honors Mexico's Missing 43

    Silhouettes honor violence victims, remind campus they were "students like you"

    The San Jose Mercury News wrote a feature story about the art exhibit launched Jan. 2, 2016, at SCU, to commemorate 43 Mexican college students feared dead since Sept. 2014.

  • Finding Comfort in Discomfort

    SCU students participating in Global Medical Brigades help eliminate obstacles between medical care and those in need.

  • Bethlehem

    Former SCU president and chancellor William Rewak, S.J., offers a new poem for the holiday season.

  • The Spirit of Christmas

    On behalf of the campus community, SCU President Michael E. Engh, S.J., extends wishes for a very merry Christmas, happy holidays, and a peaceful and prosperous new year.

  • A Look Back, A Look Ahead

    Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship invited leaders in social entrepreneurship and impact investing to share their thoughts about the current state of the sector and trends they see for 2017 and beyond.

  • Encountering Community

    Immersion trips offer students transformative experiences that encourage us to become the best and truest versions of ourselves.

  • Statement of AJCU Presidents

    The Presidents of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities release a statement in support of undocumented students.

  • One Voice

    An all-day symposium at SCU focused on the problem of sexual assault on college campuses, and new agreements to prevent and address them.

  • On to the Quarterfinals

    A win over North Carolina State advances SCU Women's soccer to the Quarterfinals. And they picked up their third consecutive shutout.

  • Sweet 16

    A double overtime win over No. 2 Stanford in the second round of the NCAA tournament puts SCU Women's Soccer in the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2013.

  • A New Understanding on Campus Sexual Assault

    Santa Clara University hosts symposium on the difficult topic of campus sexual assault.

    An all-day symposium at SCU focused on the problem of sexual assault on college campuses, and new agreements to prevent and address them.

  • A Message of Support

    SCU President Michael E. Engh, S.J., extends a message of support to those who feel vulnerable due to national stories of aggression after the recent elections.

  • Gratitude

    Identifying the blessings around you takes work, but it’s worth the journey.

  • Bill Stevens and Wrangler

    A dog with millions of fans. And a blind jazz pianist teaching students to do more than they imagined possible.

  • The International Path to SCU

    What inspires international students to come to SCU? Environmental science and economics major Mingfei Xiong ’18 shares his experience.

  • Post-election Message

    Michael E. Engh, S.J., invites campus dialogue and recommits to inclusiveness after a divisive election season.

  • Passion or a Paycheck? Get Both

    4 ways to follow your dreams without sacrificing the bottom line.

    Dean Ku gives concrete tips on how to follow your dreams without sacrificing the bottom line.

  • Last Call

    After 70 years, The Hut is closing its doors. But not before Santa Clarans bid it a fond farewell.

  • Election Day at SCU

    Election Day 2016 promises to be a truly historic moment, no matter which candidate wins the White House.

  • Become More

    Creating a community means helping students feel at home in their residences and with themselves. And Spiritual Facilitators provide the authentic listening needed to achieve that.

  • Finding Better Choices

    The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics celebrates 30 years helping individuals and corporations make better choices.

  • Big Win for a Tiny House

    The rEvolve House, SCU's entry in the Tiny House competition, takes first place.

    The rEvolve House, SCU's entry in the inaugural Tiny House competition, takes first place.

  • Creating a Community

    Enrollment Management isn't just about identifying factors that lead to academic success. It's also helping to create a vibrant campus community.

    Enrollment Management isn't just about identifying factors that lead to academic success. It's also helping to create a vibrant campus community.

  • Mission Driven

    Dean of Admission Eva Blanco Masias on preparing for the college application process.

    Dean of Admission Eva Blanco Masias on preparing for the college application process.

  • The Kid

    A new novel by SCU professor Ron Hansen M.A. ’95 presents an unforgettable tale about a uniquely American antihero.

    A new novel by SCU professor Ron Hansen M.A. ’95 presents an unforgettable tale about a uniquely American antihero.

  • Bursting with Broncos

    Meet Onerent, a startup that took advantage of every entrepreneurial opportunity at Santa Clara University—and now over half the company is Broncos.

    Meet Onerent, a startup that took advantage of every entrepreneurial opportunity at Santa Clara University—and now over half the company is Broncos.

  • A Day in the Life

    Come to Open House 2016 and experience a day in the life of one of the most beautiful campuses in Northern California.

    Come to Open House 2016 and experience a day in the life of one of the most beautiful campuses in Northern California.

  • Being a Great Neighbor

    5 ways to be nice to those around you when you live off-campus.

    5 ways to be nice to those around you when you live off-campus.

  • Students Start Up

    As fall quarter gets underway, the Mission Campus welcomes a talented group of new students.

    As fall quarter gets underway, the Mission Campus welcomes a talented group of new students.

  • SCU ranked No. 2 in the West

    The U.S. News & World Report rankings are in and SCU holds firm at No. 2 in the West.

    The U.S. News & World Report rankings are in and SCU holds firm at No. 2 in the West.

  • Frank Sinatra Artists-in-Residence Announced

    Award-winning actress Anna Deavere Smith and The Silk Road Ensemble are named 2016-17 Frank Sinatra Artists-in-Residence

    Award-winning actress Anna Deavere Smith and The Silk Road Ensemble are named 2016-17 Frank Sinatra Artists-in-Residence

  • Bar None

    Santa Clara University School of Law's newest class of first-year students is a diverse, driven bunch

    Aug. 22 was the first day of classes for the 246 full-time and 26 part-time new students at Santa Clara Law.

  • Hitting the Ground Strolling

    A Q&A with Dorian Llywelyn, S.J., the new executive director of SCU's Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education

    Ignatian Center Executive Director Dorian Llywelyn, S.J., wants to know who's not at the table, and invite them in.

  • The Wheels on the House Go Round and Round

    rEvolve House construction accelerates as the summer comes to a close

    Santa Clara University's team of students continue constructing the rEvolve House ahead of the SMUD Tiny House Competition in October.

  • Faithful Feminist

    As she ends a 40-year teaching career, pioneering feminist theologian and biblical scholar Sr. Sandra Schneiders has donated her professional papers to Santa Clara University.

    An exhibit at SCU honors the impact of the influential scholar of Christian spirituality; women religious; hermeneutics and the gospel of St. John.

  • SCU School of Law breaks ground on new building

    SCU celebrates groundbreaking for the Charney Hall of Law building

    Santa Clara University will celebrate the launch of construction of the 96,000-square-feet Charney Hall of Law with a groundbreaking ceremony Aug. 17 at noon.

  • Can You Hack it?

    BroncoHack competitors must combine business, technology and social justice.

    For 24 hours from April 16 to 17, students from all over the Bay Area will "code it out" in a hackathon that requires both tech and business savvy, and a social-justice solution.

  • Theology Through a Living Lens

    The Hispanic Institute starts with the lived experiences of immigrant Latino Catholics.

    The Hispanic Institute starts with the lived experiences of immigrant Latino Catholics.

  • First Look at a New Era

    Fans of SCU basketball can get an exclusive “First Look” at the 2016–17 team on Aug. 12.

    Fans of SCU basketball can get an exclusive “First Look” at the 2016–17 team on Aug. 12.

  • Theology Through a Living Lens

    Hispanic Institute starts with the lived experiences of immigrant Latino Catholics

    Eighty pastoral leaders learn theology incarnated into a distinctly Hispanic Catholic culture.

  • Response to Recent Violence

    SCU President Michael E. Engh, S.J. offers sympathy for the victims of recent violence and underscores the need to honor the dignity of one another.

    SCU President Michael E. Engh, S.J. offers sympathy for the victims of recent violence and underscores the need to honor the dignity of one another.

  • #OrientationHacks

    Orientation leaders share their thoughts on what students can do to make the most of this exciting start to an SCU adventure.

    Orientation leaders share their thoughts on what students can do to make the most of this exciting start to an SCU adventure.

  • Hiking 2,665 miles for a cause

    Sarah Marble ’16 will hike the Pacific Crest Trail after graduation to raise money for wounded veterans.

    Sarah Marble ’16 will hike the Pacific Crest Trail after graduation to raise money for wounded veterans.

  • High Tech Leadership

    Veteran technology counsel Tom Lavelle J.D. ’76 has been named managing director of the High Tech Law Institute.

  • Koret Foundation Gifts Boost First-Generation Students

    $2 million in Koret Foundation Gifts Will Increase Support for Santa Clara University’s First-Generation College Students

    A $2 million gift, part of the Koret University Partners Initiative, supports SCU's longstanding goal to aid students who are first in their families to attend college.

  • Hit the Ground Running

    Valedictorian Gus Hardy ’16 shares his thoughts on how to be a success at Santa Clara.

    Valedictorian Gus Hardy ’16 shares his thoughts on how to be a success at Santa Clara.

  • Turning the Tide

    With help from SCU’s LEAD program, Matthew Salmanpour ’16 is becoming the first in his family to graduate from college.

    With help from SCU’s LEAD program, Matthew Salmanpour ’16 is becoming the first in his family to graduate from college.

  • Boba, Yoga, and Pie

    How 33 students turned $30 into $1,135 for charity

    A professor's challenge to create a startup with $5 turned into $1,135 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

  • Unlock the Gridlock

    Silicon Valley Community Foundation CEO Emmett Carson and SCU President Michael Engh, S.J. discuss a traffic and transit measure that should go on November’s ballot.

  • Hiking 2,665 Miles for a Cause

    Senior Sarah Marble will hike the Pacific Crest Trail after graduation to raise money for wounded veterans

    Senior Sarah Marble will hike the Pacific Crest Trail spanning 2,665 miles to raise money for wounded veterans

  • World Citizen

    Welsh theologian and “World Citizen” Dorian Llywelyn, S.J., has been named to lead the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education at Santa Clara University.

    Welsh theologian and “World Citizen” Dorian Llywelyn, S.J., has been named to lead the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education at Santa Clara University.

  • Top Choice

    How Santa Clara University goes to great lengths to evaluate—and win over—star applicants.

    How Santa Clara University goes to great lengths to evaluate—and win over—star applicants.

  • Top Choice

    How Santa Clara University goes to great lengths to evaluate—and win over—star applicants.

    A recent article in the Chronicle of Higher Education spotlighted Santa Clara University's unique process for evaluating and accepting our elite Johnson Scholars.

  • Taking the Lead

    A Q&A with Dr. Sabrina Zirkel, the new dean of the School of Education and Counseling Psychology

    Dean Sabrina Zirkel says a combination of curiosity and constant reflection makes an educator more successful.

  • Trump and Clinton: Santa Clara University Looks Ahead

    Now that the 2016 presidential election is virtually certain to be between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, we asked professors and others at Santa Clara University what they will be watching for in the next six months leading up the November election, and why.

  • Summit Success

    The first Latino Education Summit: Silicon Valley started a conversation about the challenges, opportunities, and promises of the educational pipeline for Latino children, parents, and the working poor.

    The first Latino Education Summit: Silicon Valley started a conversation about the challenges, opportunities, and promises of the educational pipeline for Latino children, parents, and the working poor.

  • Conference Champ in Green Power

    Santa Clara University named 2015-16 West Coast Conference winner in the EPA College & University Green Power Challenge

    SCU is using more green power than any other school in the West Coast Conference, making it the 2015–16 Individual Conference Champion in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) College & University Green Power Challenge.

  • “All In” Goes All Out

    More than $3.5 million was raised by 4,560 donors in a crushing show of Bronco pride on SCU’s annual Day of Giving.

    More than $3.5 million was raised by 4,560 donors in a crushing show of Bronco pride on SCU’s annual Day of Giving.

  • In Support of Talent

    At SCU, some of the world’s best students come and go with the support of scholarships.

    At SCU, some of the world’s best students come and go with the support of scholarships.

  • SCU Ranks High on ROI Report

    SCU in the top ten percent of colleges for return on investment

    Santa Clara University ranks in the top ten percent of PayScale College ROI rankings

  • The Good Fight

    Homelessness is not a crime, argues 2016 Alexander Law Prize winner

    2016 Alexander Law Prize winner Maria Foscarinis is battling those who seek to make homelessness a crime.

  • Touch-and-Go to Triumphant Return

    Timing and good instincts carried the day for Bradley Sheffield and two other students who battled an outbreak of meningitis.

    Timing and good instincts carried the day for Bradley Sheffield and two other students who battled an outbreak of meningitis.

  • Grace in a Competitive World

    Carolyn Woo, president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, has been announced as the 2016 commencement speaker. Santa Clara Magazine spoke to her about the difference her organization makes in the world.

  • Coach Sendek Arrives

    On March 30, SCU introduced Herb Sendek as the head coach for the men's basketball team. He brings 22 years of experience and more than 400 victories to the Mission Campus.

  • No Blue, No Green

    On a visit to the Mission Campus, oceanographer Sylvia Earle and Autodesk Explorer-in-Residence Jonathan Knowles stressed that the ocean needs everyone to be an active advocate on its behalf.

    On a visit to the Mission Campus, oceanographer Sylvia Earle and Autodesk Explorer-in-Residence Jonathan Knowles stressed that the ocean needs everyone to be an active advocate on its behalf.

  • Brandi Chastain '91 Making Headlines

    Santa Clara University graduate Brandi Chastain ‘91 in the running for U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame

    Santa Clara University graduate Brandi Chastain ‘91 in the running for U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame

  • Water as a Human Right

    Santa Clara law students partner with a national coalition to focus on violations of the human right to water and sanitation.

    Santa Clara law students partner with a national coalition to focus on violations of the human right to water and sanitation.

  • Meningitis Updates for the SCU Campus

    March 8, 2016 (12:00): The University is offering four campus clinics for the second dose of the Bexsero meningococcal vaccine.

    March 8, 2016 (12:00): The University is offering four campus clinics for the second dose of the Bexsero meningococcal vaccine.

  • Cruise Control

    Are Americans ready for autonomous cars? They have been ready for more than a century, says professor of insurance law Robert W. Peterson.

    Are Americans ready for autonomous cars? They have been ready for more than a century, says professor of insurance law Robert W. Peterson.

  • Now We Know: No Blue, No Green

    One of the nation’s leading experts on the ocean, Sylvia Earle, shared reasons that protecting ocean life is vital to protecting terrestrial life.

  • Extending Yourself

    SCU students master essential skills by taking classes they'd never realized they needed.

    SCU students master essential skills by taking classes they'd never realized they needed.

  • Increasing our LEAD

    Eighty-two percent of Santa Clara University's first-generation college students graduate in four years, compared with a national average of only 10 percent graduating in six years.

    A program that serves Santa Clara University's first-generation college students has helped keep the graduation rate at an impressive 82 percent in four years, compared with 10 percent in six years nationwide.

  • A Thriving Community

    From undocumented students to former professionals, the LEAD Scholars Program showcases a range of students’ backgrounds and the broad opportunities available when they get here.

    From undocumented students to former professionals, the LEAD Scholars Program showcases a range of students’ backgrounds and the broad opportunities available when they get here.

  • Getting Stuff Done

    The Silicon Valley Business Journal catches up on social entrepreneurship in a Q&A with Miller Center's Thane Kreiner.

    The Silicon Valley Business Journal catches up on social entrepreneurship in a Q&A with Miller Center's Thane Kreiner.

  • In the Spotlight

    Blye Pagon Faust ’97, co-producer of the movie Spotlight, wins an Oscar for Best Picture at the 88th Academy Awards.

    Blye Pagon Faust ’97, co-producer of the movie Spotlight, wins an Oscar for Best Picture at the 88th Academy Awards.

  • Pass the Wrench

    Bioengineering student Mohit Nalavadi ’15 learns through doing by working with communities in Honduras and Rwanda with Engineers Without Borders.

    Bioengineering student Mohit Nalavadi ’15 learns through doing by working with communities in Honduras and Rwanda with Engineers Without Borders.

  • Hacking for Humanity

    Using their computing skills to help underserved communities, students participate in SCU’s third annual hackathon, Hack for Humanity.

    Using their computing skills to help underserved communities, students participate in SCU’s third annual hackathon, Hack for Humanity.

  • Hacking for Humanity

    Santa Clara University hosts its third annual hackathon

    Santa Clara University hosts its third annual hackathon Hack for Humanity

  • Contrary to Popular Belief

    Falling in line with the Supreme Court’s majority had never been Antonin Scalia’s style. In a 2015 talk at SCU, he detailed what motivated his dissents.

    Falling in line with the Supreme Court’s majority had never been Antonin Scalia’s style. In a 2015 talk at SCU, he detailed what motivated his dissents.

  • Scholarship and Community Work

    Introducing Dr. Sabrina Zirkel, the newly named Dean of SCU’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology.

    Introducing Dr. Sabrina Zirkel, the newly named Dean of SCU’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology.

  • Sharing the Goal of Diverse Faculty

    Nearly a dozen Jesuit universities are trying a new way to bring underrepresented faculty to campuses.

    A unique partnership among Jesuit universities to attract and nurture post-doctoral students aims to increase the diversity of faculty at the institutions.

  • Tomorrow Makers

    These young alums aren’t waiting to see what the future holds: They’re creating it, thanks to the skills they learned at SCU.

  • Santa Clara Scores with a Super Celebration

    Thousands of fans came to Santa Clara University Saturday for the Super Community Celebration, a daylong festival developed in collaboration with the city of Santa Clara.

    Thousands of fans came to Santa Clara University Saturday for the Super Community Celebration, a daylong festival developed in collaboration with the city of Santa Clara.

  • Santa Clara Scores with a Super Celebration

    Thousands of fans came to Santa Clara University Saturday for the Super Community Celebration, a daylong festival developed in collaboration with the city of Santa Clara.

    Thousands of fans came to Santa Clara University Saturday for the Super Community Celebration, a daylong festival developed in collaboration with the city of Santa Clara.

  • Meningitis Vaccination Information for SCU Campus

    Cowell Health Center website has the latest on Round 2 of the vaccine, and more.

    The three students with confirmed meningococcal infection have now been released from the hospital in good condition. For the latest information including when and where to get the necessary second dose of the vaccine provided to nearly 5,000 students, please visit the Cowell Health Center website.

  • Seven Lessons from Sports Legends

    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.

  • Water as a Human Right

    Rampant problems like Flint, Michigan's lead-poisoned water are a violation of human rights, argue lawyers and students from Santa Clara Law's International Human Rights Clinic.

    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.

  • Seven Lessons from Sports Legends

    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.

  • Bringing Back a Classic

    Bronco Athletics recently announced that they would be revamping logos and uniforms for a classic look.

  • PEEP show

    When faced with a discussion about the problem of human trafficking, Jonathan Fung had the same reaction that almost everyone else does: “What can I really do?” Then he found a way to spread awareness.

    Bringing hope and transformation through the arts, faith, and justice: Jonathan Fung spreads awareness about human trafficking through PEEP.

  • More than a Big Game

    The Super Bowl is more than just a big football game—it’s also a reason to throw a big party. And Santa Clara University is starting the celebration early.

  • In the Spotlight

    SCU students are making vital career connections in Hollywood thanks to an annual weeklong shadowing and networking program

    SCU students are making vital career connections in Hollywood thanks to an annual weeklong shadowing and networking program

  • Water as a Human Right

    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.

  • Impromptu Solidarity

    The 2010 economics alumna spent a powerful month helping Syrian refugees

    Colleen Sinsky ’10 spent a powerful month helping refugees from Syria, and plans to keep using her SCU-honed social conscience and creative writing skills for the cause of social justice.

  • Getting Closer to Justice

    In his President's Speaker Series talk, human-rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson shared a message that justice is possible.

    Human-rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson returned to Santa Clara University’s campus Jan. 14 to bring a message that justice in the age of Black Lives Matter is attainable—but not without some uncomfortable work on the part of all who seek it.

  • Getting Closer to Justice

    At his President's Speaker Series talk, human-rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson shared a message that justice is possible.

    Human-rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson returned to Santa Clara University’s campus Jan. 14 to bring the message that justice in the age of Black Lives Matter is attainable – but not without some uncomfortable work on the part of all who seek it.

  • Molecules and Mountains

    Can the growth of an Alaskan mountain range affect the weather in California? Sean Reilly ’16 is finding out.

     

  • 99 Years of Bronco Sports

    The fascinating history of SCU Athletics is featured in the de Saisset's exhibit On Top of the Game, on display through June 12, 2016.

  • Fraud Detectors

    Navigating ethics and compliance in a Silicon Valley giant—all in a day’s work for students through the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.

     

  • El Nino Through the Eyes of an Expert

    Santa Clara University civil engineering professor Edwin Maurer discusses the near-record weather system of 2015-2016

    For Northern California, a record-breaking El Nino weather system could be a blessing for drought relief, but brings with it the risk of flooding. Prof. Ed Maurer answers five questions.

  • 99 Years of Bronco Sports

    De Saisset's new exhibit On Top of the Game explores the SCU sports from 1851 to 1950.

    The fascinating history of SCU Athletics from 1851 to 1950 is featured in the de Saisset's exhibit On Top of the Game, on display periodically through June 12, 2016.