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.
How a far-flung SCU faculty member is rallying distance learning during COVID-19.
What a senior wants her fellow graduates to know: We’ll find our place, opportunities in the world.
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.
English and Sociology major will spend a year in New York City immersed in the media landscape with America Media.
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.
For many brick-and-mortar stores lacking a robust online component, Kirthi Kalyanam believes the mandated shut-down of their businesses during COVID-19 has accelerated a “survival of the fittest” scenario.