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January 2016

  • The Consequences of Inequality

    Feb. 11 Ignatian Center lecture will explore the fallout from growing global inequality

    The world is seeing growth in economic and social inequality worldwide. What are the implications? A Feb. 11 lecture draws on recent social science scholarship and Catholic social teaching to address the question “Is there a common Good?”

  • Countdown to Super Bowl 50: Lessons from the Upper Echelons of Sport

    Former 49ers Super Bowl-winning Coach George Seifert will speak at a luncheon event 10 days before the Big Game

    Santa Clara University will host a luncheon lecture and panel focused on leadership, ethics and life lessons learned by sports all-stars including the former head coach who took the San Francisco 49’ers to their last two Super Bowl victories.

  • 2016 Alexander Prize to be Awarded to Maria Foscarinis

    Founder and executive director of the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty has advocated for homeless rights since 1985

    The founder of a center that uses the power of the law to prevent and combat homelessness will be the recipient of the 2016 Katharine and George Alexander Law Prize from Santa Clara University School of Law.

  • Bryan Stevenson, "America’s Mandela," to Speak Jan. 14

    Civil rights lawyer and author of Just Mercy has spent three decades pursuing equitable justice.

    Bryan Stevenson, a civil rights lawyer who challenges bias against the poor and people of color, will be a featured speaker at Santa Clara University.