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SCU in the News is a biweekly compilation of select media highlights featuring faculty, staff or students.

  •  Jim Balassone

    Jim Balassone (Markkula) was quoted in a C/Net story about the illegal agreement between some Silicon Valley companies not to compete for talent. The Daily Kos and three other publications also ran quotes from the story. 

  •  Robert Hendershott

    Robert Hendershott (Finance) spoke to NBC Bay Area about the potential of a new tech stock “bubble.” 

  •  Brad Joondeph

    Brad Joondeph (Law) blogged in SCOTUSblog about the taxability of severance payments under FICA.

  •  David DeCosse

    David DeCosse (Markkula/Religious Studies) spoke to the Daily Cal about the need for more transparency after the removal of two priests from a Berkeley parish.

  •  Elizabeth Drescher

    Elizabeth Drescher (Religious Studies) in a story that ran in The Carillon of Manitoba, and Winnipeg Free Press,  about the themes of her book on religious “Nones." 

  •  Lisa Goldstein

    Lisa Goldstein (Education) was interviewed on Hawaii Public Radio about a conference she attended about early childhood education and how best to inspire young leaders. 

  •  Deep Gulasekaram

    Deep Gulasekaram’s (Law) comments on a panel about immigration were covered by the Tucson Sentinel and  People’s World blog. The event was posted on YouTube.

  •  James Lai

    James Lai (Political Science/Ethnic Studies) spoke to Southern California Public Radio KPCC for a story about the growing power of the Chinese-American voice in politics and the affirmative-action bill SCAS.

  •  Michelle Marvier

    Michelle Marvier (Environmental Studies and Sciences) was mentioned in Breakthrough.org as a leading energy and conservation thinker. 

  •  Business Ethics for the Real World

    The site Poets and Quants included the Business Ethics for the Real World MOOC (Markkula) in a story about worthwhile business MOOCs. 

 

Here’s a sampling of the hundreds of mentions of SCU in the media in the past two weeks. The first part of the link is a list; the full text is below the list.

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