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  •  SCU School of Business MBA Placed at No. 24 in Nation

    Tuesday, Mar. 12, 2013

    Santa Clara University's part-time MBA program rose to No. 24 in the recent U.S. News & World Report "Best Graduate Schools Guide 2014," the news organization announced today. The annual classification ranked Santa Clara's program at 41 last year.

  •  Northern California Innocence Project Successfully Exonerates Innocent Man of Sex Crimes He Did Not Commit

    Monday, Mar. 11, 2013

    The Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) and the California DNA Project (CDP) at Santa Clara University School of Law announced that on March 8, the Alameda County Superior Court overturned the wrongful conviction of Johnny Williams for sex crimes after new DNA evidence proved his innocence. Mr. Williams served 14 years in prison.

  •  Findings from Ford Foundation-Backed Study on Undocumented Immigrant Students Unveiled in Washington, D.C.

    Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013
    About 150 Jesuit university and college presidents, students, faculty, administrators and representatives from Congress members’ and Senators’ offices attended an event Tuesday titled "Immigration: Undocumented Students in Higher Education."
  •  Santa Clara University School of Law's Northern California Innocence Project and Keker and Van Nest Help Free Wrongfully Convicted Oakland Man

    Friday, Feb. 22, 2013

    In the 13th exoneration in NCIP history, SCU's Northern California Innocence Project and San Francisco law firm Keker and Van Nest helped free wrongfully convicted Oakland man Ronald Ross after nearly seven years in prison.

  •  Two New Master's Degrees, in Finance and Entrepreneurship, Being Offered by Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business

    Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013
    Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business will begin offering two new Master of Science degrees this summer, one in finance and one in entrepreneurship.
  •  Santa Clara University 2013 Alexander Law Prize to Be Awarded to Blind Chinese Activist Chen Guangcheng

    Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013

    The blind Chinese civil-rights activist and attorney who protested abuses including alleged forced abortions in his homeland will be the recipient of this year’s Katharine and George Alexander Law Prize on March 18, from Santa Clara University School of Law.

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