The Teaching Scholar
Santa Clara University cultivates and supports a dedicated faculty of teaching scholars to educate its ~9,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Santa Clara’s teaching scholars pursue lines of inquiry at the frontiers of knowledge and forge creative works that inspire and challenge, bringing passion, rigor and context into their teaching. They engage their students in high-impact experiential learning and exhibit the habits of mind, heart, and imagination that inspire Santa Clara students to lead lives of meaning and purpose.
Explore The Santa Clara Story for an overview of the experiences and outcomes of a Santa Clara education for undergraduates.
With a legacy of mentorship, LEAD Scholars like Darius Johnson help prepare first-gen Broncos for college, life, and exciting internships. LEAD celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Greenie ’71, M.S. ’78 and Don Van Buren ’70 bolster lifelong generosity to SCU with a $2.6M legacy gift.
Through a partnership with an area high school, Santa Clara students and faculty are now offering young people mentorship and access to real-world inspired projects.
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