Let Your Own "Metaphysical Guilt" Guide You to Act for Others, South African Human-Rights Defender Tells 2012 SCU Law Graduates
Saturday, May. 19, 2012
Your own sense of "metaphysical guilt" can and should be a powerful impetus to defend the rights of others, Paul van Zyl, a key architect of South Africa's Truth & Reconciliation Commission told the 300 graduating students from Santa Clara University School of Law.
Santa Clara University Students Embark on 225-Mile Walk Across California with an Eye for Social Justice and Sustainability
Tuesday, May. 15, 2012
Fourteen students from Santa Clara University will spend two weeks this summer getting a firsthand look at California from a social justice and sustainability perspective--by walking 225 miles from San Francisco to Yosemite National Park.
SCU Engineering Part of a Gold Prize Team at Edison Awards 2012
Monday, May. 14, 2012
A group that includes Santa Clara University School of Engineering students and faculty was awarded Gold Prize (first place) at the 2012 Edison Awards competition for innovation in business, products, design and services.
Santa Clara University Featured in "The Princeton Review's Guide To 322 Green Colleges"
Thursday, May. 10, 2012
For the third year in a row, Santa Clara University was noted as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S. and Canada, according to the noted education-services company The Princeton Review.
SCU Law Professor and Attorney Lynette Parker Receives Unsung Hero Award
Friday, May. 4, 2012
Lynette Parker, a supervising attorney specializing in immigration with Santa Clara University School of Law's Katharine and George Alexander Community Law Center (KGACLC), received an Unsung Hero Award from the Victim Support Network for Santa Clara County on April 24.
High-Tech Access: Full Array of Articles from the Influential Santa Clara Law High-Tech Law Journal Now Available Online, to Anyone
Tuesday, May. 1, 2012
The full array of articles dating back to 1984 from the Santa Clara Computer & High Tech Journal is now available on an "open access" basis via the Internet.