Aven Satre Meloy '13 was also won the Nobili Award and a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship
A Santa Clara University graduate is among good company, winning the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship announced this weekend. Aven Satre Meloy ‘13 joins a long list of successful leaders to win the prize including former President Bill Clinton and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff. Rhodes scholars receive funding to study at Oxford University in England.
The Graduate Theological Union (GTU, which includes the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University, is creating eight new initiatives that will expand faculty and programs in the study of Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Mormon and Buddhist religions, as well as in Dharma Studies.
The Legalities and Limits of Allowing the Public to Modify Source Code will be Discussed
On Jan. 23, 2015, the Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal will bring together prominent scholars, practitioners, and entrepreneurs to discuss Open Source in the Legal Field.
Santa Clara University religious studies and pastoral ministries professor Paul Crowley, S.J., has been appointed the next editor of the journal Theological Studies, by its board of directors.
University Will Create the My Own Business Institute and Expand Global Small Business Education Programs
Santa Clara University received the generous gift of Phil and Peggy Holland's free online small business course content and business-training website, www.myownbusiness.org, and $10 million to expand and improve the course and create the My Own Business Institute (MOBI) and a fellows program.
Gift honors the late former dean of Santa Clara University School of Law, George J. Alexander
A $2 million gift from Katharine V. Alexander in honor of her beloved late husband George J. Alexander, will help create the Katharine and George Alexander Professorship of Law.