President of agency that reaches nearly 100 million people in 93 countries will bring the message that “I am climate change. I am the cause. I am the solution.”
On Oct. 15, Carolyn Woo, president and CEO of the international humanitarian agency Catholic Relief Services, will talk to Santa Clara University about our planet's environmental problems from the vantage point of an agency active in 93 countries, reaching nearly 100 million people. The talk is entitled “I am climate change. I am the cause. I am the solution.”
Santa Clara University and Silicon Valley Religious Leaders Sign Interfaith Statement Celebrating Anniversary of Nostra Aetate
To mark the anniversary of Nostra Aetate, which opened up dialogue with non-Christian faiths, Santa Clara University President Michael E. Engh, S.J., has signed a statement with four other faith leaders reaffirming commitment to working together.
Antonin Scalia, the longest-serving justice on the Supreme Court of the United States, will visit Santa Clara University’s campus Oct. 28 for a series of talks with students and members of campus.
Silicon Valley Philanthropic and Real-Estate Paragon John A. Sobrato and His Wife Susan to be Recognized With Lifetime Achievement Award
John A. Sobrato, a Santa Clara University trustee and alumnus, and his wife of more than 50 years Susan, are being recognized by Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Santa Clara University (SCU) congratulates John A. Sobrato, member of the University’s Board of Trustees and 1960 graduate, and his wife Susan, who will be awarded the Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s Spirit of Silicon Valley – Lifetime Achievement Award on October 30.
Vatican Leader Cardinal Peter Turkson Headlines Santa Clara University Conference Nov. 3-4, on Silicon Valley Response to Pope Francis’s Environmental Encyclical
Nov. 3-4 events feature Silicon Valley leaders and experts discussing ways to further the climate goals of Pope Francis’s historic document
Cardinal Peter Turkson, a Vatican authority on the Pope's climate-change-focused encyclical teachings, will headline a conference at Santa Clara University Nov. 3-4
Northern California Innocence Project Wins Exoneration of Innocent Man After 15 Years of Wrongful Imprisonment
The Tehama County Superior Court in northern California has overturned the wrongful conviction of Larry Pohlschneider, a client of Santa Clara University School of Law’s Northern California Innocence Project, after nearly 15 years of wrongful imprisonment for child molestation charges based on flawed medical evidence.
George F. Will, the influential syndicated Washington Post columnist whose work over the past 40 years has provoked thought, dialogue, and occasionally outrage, will be the featured speaker at Santa Clara University at 7:30 p.m. October 8, 2015.
Thomas Massaro, S.J., Dean of Santa Clara University’s Jesuit School of Theology, Will Conclude His Four-Year Term Next Summer
Rev. Thomas Massaro, S.J., who has led the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University (JST) through an intensive integration and expansion over the past four years, has decided to conclude his term as dean in summer 2016 and return to teaching moral theology at JST.