Public Health major Hana Seastedt ’20 watches impact of her field unfolding, half a world away.
In a Mercury News Op-Ed, professor of law Evangeline Abriel says the current pandemic illustrates conflicts that can arise between individual rights and the needs of the larger population.
Nikita Sushil Kumar '16 on how the recession and recovery are impacting India's healthcare delivery.
Marilyn Edelstein, an associate professor of English at Santa Clara University, was quoted in an article by Inside Higher Ed.
Lisa Cooper ’90 and Quentin Cooper J.D. ’97 MBA ’98 are juggling their large family, marriage, and busy careers while Lisa shelters in place alone to continue working in health care.
SCU psychology professor Shauna Shapiro produces mini mindfulness videos to help first-responders during the pandemic.
Ann Skeet of the Markkula Center is quoted in an NPR article on how to support workers who aren't able to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stephen Parodi ’92, an infectious disease doctor and associate executive director with The Permanente Medical Group in Northern California, discusses the impact of social isolation in the Bay.
To support remote learners, My Own Business Institute combined its 10 most essential sessions to create an accelerated program titled Quick Start Entrepreneur.
Hersh Shefrin explains why the economy will never be the same.
Santa Clara President Kevin O’Brien, S.J., and University of San Francisco President Paul Fitzgerald, S.J., co-write an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Johnson Scholar Ashley Ricks ’20 copes with a senior year, interrupted.
Millions of dollars for U.S. workers, cities and towns if corporate leaders do their part, writes associate law Stephen F. Diamond in a MarketWatch article.
10 ways companies can be more attentive and responsive to people’s needs.
Macroeconomics is not an experimental science; we learn from the experiments given to us by history. The COVID-19 pandemic will be one of the defining macroeconomic events of the 21st century.
Assistant Professor David Feldman discusses research on two factors separating who protects themselves from who doesn't.
During a time of fear and anxiety, JST Professor Julie Rubio urges people to share so that we all have enough.
Seattle doctor Nicholas Johnson ’05 reflects on being on the front lines.
What’s the right thing to do when you find yourself in the middle of a pandemic? David E. DeCosse, director of the Religious & Catholic Ethics and Campus Ethic, examines this question.
On SCU’s 169th Anniversary, President Kevin O’Brien, S.J., asks if we can find a message from God in our isolation.
Assistant professor of computer engineering Maya Ackerman offers advice on how to offer a helping hand during a time of social isolation.
Faculty experts host a panel discussion on the best ways to stay mentally and physically healthy during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Being Asian in the midst of coronavirus means being scared for our health while simultaneously facing unpredictable racism and xenophobia. So, how do we cope? Assistant Professor Sherry Wang offers strategies in an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle.