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SCU in the News


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

  •  Brian Love

    Brian Love (Law) was quoted in a Bloomberg News story about Samsung’s defeat of a proposal by Apple to ban sales of certain Samsung smartphones.

  •  de Saisset

    The de Saisset exhibit “Sip. Do Not Gulp.” was mentioned in a Sunnyvale Sun article that also ran on the San Jose Mercury News online. 

  •  Janet Napolitano

    A profile on NBC of alumna Janet Napolitano as head of the UC system includes reference to her alma mater, SCU, and her thoughts on how “a good education” positions one to take advantage of great opportunities.

  •  Mario Belotti

    Mario Belotti's (Economics) annual economic forecast was shared in stories on KGO  and KLIV radio.

  •  David DeCosse

    David DeCosse (Markkula) wrote a piece for Religion and Ethics Newsweekly  and PBS titled “Edward Snowden and the Moral Worth of Civil Disobedience” 

  •  Mike Whalen

    Mike Whalen (Communication) was featured in the San Jose Mercury News for his new film The Farmer and the Chef. The documentary is debuting at Cinequest. 

  •  Alex Field

    Alex Field (Economics) talked to NBC Bay Area about the proper conclusions to reach from a government report about hikes in the minimum wage. 

  •  Fred Parrella

    Fred Parrella (Religious Studies/GPPM) wrote an op-ed that ran in the Huffington Post on how to be a “present” partner for your Valentine.

  •  Irina Raicu

    Irina Raicu (Markkula) was quoted in the Mercury News about a person’s “digital afterlife.”  

  •  Linda Starr

    Linda Starr (NCIP) published an op-ed in the Daily Journal, arguing that, given the recent spate of wrongful-incarceration exonerations, we need to do more to prevent wrongful convictions.



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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