Profiles

  • Grace in Shakespeare

    Grace in Shakespeare

    This lecture discusses the role and presence of grace in Shakespeare.

  • Why Science Needs God

    Why Science Needs God

    Consolmagno argues that the root assumptions behind science are religious assumptions at their root.

  • Day of Mindfulness and Meditation - No More Struggle: Relaxing with What Is

    Day of Mindfulness and Meditation - No More Struggle: Relaxing with What Is

  • Outsourcing Memory

    Outsourcing Memory

    Herzfeld discusses the impact of outsourcing memory more and more to computers.

  • Unknowable Reality

    Unknowable Reality

    This lecture addresses the way modern science portrays physical "reality", and will highlight some key differences between the current paradigm and the more intuitive Newtonian world view.

  • Student Assistants

    Student Assistants

  • Religion in Human Evolution

    Religion in Human Evolution

    Professor Robert Bellah passed away on July 31, 2013.  The Ignatian Center is grateful for his life, work and spirit, all of which furthered an ethic of dialogue around religion in civil society.  May he rest in peace.

  • Miguel de los Santos

    Miguel de los Santos

    Going on the Bordelinks immersion trip helped further my education on immigration and immigration issues and it made me appreciate my parents and their sacrifice.

  • Jacquie Fahey

    Jacquie Fahey

    My immersion experience to New Orleans opened a door for me.

  • Libby Pettit

    Libby Pettit

    Santa Clara University’s Immersion Program puts our Jesuit education and faith into practice.

Immersions Video

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