Experts Discuss the Lasting Impact of "Money for Nothing"
As the U.S. Federal Reserve ceases its massive program of "quantitative easing," prominent economists discuss the potential future impacts of this policy. The documentary "Money for Nothing" will precede the talk.
Describing a University on the cusp of major changes, Santa Clara University President Michael Engh, S.J., last evening delivered the 2015 State of the University address.
The Global Social Benefit InstituteÂ® (GSBI) trained Eco-fuel Africa during the 2014 GSBI Accelerator; Now Eco-fuel Africa reaches new heights
Sanga Moses of Eco-fuel Africa, a 2014 GSBI® Accelerator graduate, learned last week that he had beaten out more than 1,800 applicants to win $1 million from Verizon's Powerful Answers Award.
Alexander Law Clinic Professor to Accept Immigrant Rights “Beacon of Light” Award for Coalition Work
Ruth Silver Taube, supervising attorney with the Workers’ Rights Clinic of the Alexander Community Law Center at Santa Clara University School of Law, will accept a county "beacon of light" award Feb. 11, on behalf of a coalition she established in 2013.
California Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye to be Honored at Santa Clara University School of Law Diversity Gala Feb. 12
The 11th annual gala will also honor the San Francisco Giants for promoting tolerance and Santa Clara Lawâs longtime diversity advocate, Jeanette Leach, for over 25 years of helping Santa Clara Law become one of the most diverse law schools in the co
The Hon. Tani Cantil-Sakauye, the first Asian-Filipina American and second woman Chief Justice of the largest court system in the U.S., will receive the Santa Clara University School of Law Social Justice and Human Rights Award at the school's 11th annual Diversity Gala Feb. 12.
Santa Clara University's Ethics Bowl team is headed on to the national Ethics Bowl competition Feb. 22 in Costa Mesa, California.