Teaching kids about Jesus with Horton Hears a Who and other children’s favorites
Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
A new, free curriculum developed in conjunction with Santa Clara University’s Markkula Center for Applied Ethics is using contemporary texts to help the ancient words of scripture make sense to kids.
Build. Plant. Grow., available online at www.scu.edu/bpg, pairs the Sunday readings with classic children’s books and uses both to highlight a virtue that anyone can practice.
De Saisset Museum Brings the History of Mission Santa Clara to the 21st Century
Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
The de Saisset museum staff at Santa Clara University just released its first iBooks Textbook, a digital publication designed to give visitors a more enriching look at art and artifacts from the early days of Santa Clara Valley and Mission Santa Clara de Asís. Moving Forward: Santa Clara’s Story of Transformation is the first Multi-Touch book highlighting the history of one of California’s historic missions.
SCU Law Students Get a Front Row Seat in the Angel Investing Process
Monday, Nov. 4, 2013
A new collaboration between SCU Law's Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic and angel investing group Keiretsu Forum will give students a front-row seat at the table during the process of evaluating startups for investment.
Holiday Shopping 2013: Professors Available for Media Analysis
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013
Professors from the Retail Management Institute at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business and the university's department of psychology are available for comment on trends, challenges and tactics expected be used by consumers and retailers this season.
Four Alumnae Serving as Jesuit Volunteers
Friday, Oct. 25, 2013
Four recent graduates of Santa Clara University have dedicated a year of their life to working in the Northwest U.S. as volunteers with Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest.
Santa Clara University Business Ethics MOOC Sparks Worldwide Interest
Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013
The first free, unlimited-enrollment massive open online course (MOOC) offered by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University will start Nov. 4.
The four-week introductory course, “Business Ethics in the Real World,” will offer practical advice on confronting unethical situations in the workplace -- from white lies on resumes and manager pressure to falsify reports, to bosses accepting bribes or questionable company actions against industry competitors. The course is designed for everyone from a new business student to a seasoned chief executive.