Envision a "Civilization of Poverty," Liberation Theologian Sobrino Tells JST Graduates
Jon Sobrino, S.J., the Jesuit priest and liberation theologian who narrowly escaped the 1989 massacre of six Jesuit priests and two women in El Salvador, spoke at the commencement of the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University.
Carry the Seed and Legacy for Justice and Dignity, Human Rights Advocate Tells 2014 SCU Law Graduates
Human-rights lawyer Almudena Bernabeu inspired the 300 graduating students from Santa Clara University School of Law with her story of a life driven to alleviate suffering for those victimized by the disorder of life.
IP Expert Brian Love to Become Co-Director of SCU Law’s High Tech Law Institute
Santa Clara University School of Law Assistant Professor Brian Love has been named co-director of the university’s highly regarded High Tech Law Institute.
Santa Clara University Appoints New Chief Information Officer
Santa Clara University announced today that Robert C. Owen has been named chief information officer (CIO) and vice provost for technology and information services.
Hacking Injustice: May 24 Hackathon Challenges Students to Benefit Others with Social Justice App Contest
“Best Social Justice App” is one of three categories of prizes that will be available to the winning team during BroncoHack, a 24-hour hackathon being held at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business, expected to be attended by 150 Bay Area high-school and college students.
National Hispanic University Foundation and Santa Clara University Announce Innovative Collaboration to Create Educational Opportunities for Hispanic Communities
A new Institute for Hispanic Educational Advancement, which includes the Santa Clara University School of Education and Counseling Psychology, will offer a premier graduate studies program for the development of culturally responsive educational leaders.
Santa Clara University School of Law to Offer New Privacy-Law Certificate
In response to the explosive growth of career opportunities for professionals versed in privacy law issues, Santa Clara University School of Law is launching a new certificate in privacy law for its students.
Santa Clara Law Signs on to Help Ease Community College Students' Pathway to Law School
The California Community Colleges and The State Bar of California today announced a new initiative that will provide students at 24 community colleges a smoother pathway to six of California’s top law schools, including Santa Clara University School of Law.