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Year 2015 Images

Listed in reverse chronological order, with links to full-size images (where available) and associated news releases.

Santa Clara University Elects Two New Trustees from Business, Nonprofit Sector

Santa Clara University's Board of Trustees elected two new trustees: Seattle nonprofit leader and Bronco parent Libby Gates Armintrout and SCU alumnus and Southern California car dealership owner Timothy Smith.

Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business Welcomes New Dean

Santa Clara University is pleased to announce that Caryn Beck-Dudley, dean of the College of Business at Florida State University, will be the next dean of the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University.

Santa Clara University Names Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Santa Clara University has recruited Dr. Deborah Tahmassebi from the University of San Diego to serve as Santa Clara’s new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

2014 GSBI Alumni, Eco-fuel Africa, Awarded $1 Million from Verizon’s “Powerful Answers” Challenge

Sanga Moses of Eco-fuel Africa, a 2014 GSBI® Accelerator graduate, learned last week that he had beaten out more than 1,800 applicants to win $1 million from Verizon's Powerful Answers Award.

Could Food be a Prescription for Chronic Disease?

Food is more than just fuel; it can also be medicine. That was the premise of today’s Hunger Action Summit, an annual forum on local hunger organized by Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties and Santa Clara University.

Esteemed Santa Clara University Professor of Economics, Mario Belotti, Shares Upbeat Economic Forecast

Dr. Mario Belotti shared his largely upbeat annual economic forecast Jan. 20, before a roomful of Bay Area leaders and others he's advised for decades.

Twenty Social Entrepreneurs Chosen for the Class of 2015 Global Social Benefit Institute (GSBI®) Accelerator

Twenty social entrepreneurs, working all over the world from Namibia to Nepal, have been selected to receive mentoring, training, and on-campus instruction as part of the Global Social Benefit Institute’s (GSBI) 13th annual GSBI Accelerator program.

Santa Clara University Prof. Mario Belotti to Present Annual Economic Forecast Jan. 15 and Jan. 20

Santa Clara University's esteemed professor of economics, Mario Belotti, will be sharing his annual economic forecast Jan. 15 in San Francisco and on Jan. 20 in Santa Clara, Calif.

Santa Clara University is unveiling a first-of-its-kind tool in combatting sexual assault on college campuses. Can’t Thread a Moving Needle is a complex and intriguing film adapted from the play written by SCU Theatre Professor Barbara Means Fraser. Much like The Laramie Project, the play was written based on interviews of victims, survivors, perpetrators, family, friends, counselors, professors, and attorneys. Fraser, one alumnus, and nine students from her Playwright’s Workshop course gathered stories and commentary from over 100 people from a variety of states.
Santa Clara University is unveiling a first-of-its-kind tool in combatting sexual assault on college campuses. Can’t Thread a Moving Needle is a complex and intriguing film adapted from the play written by SCU Theatre Professor Barbara Means Fraser. Much like The Laramie Project, the play was written based on interviews of victims, survivors, perpetrators, family, friends, counselors, professors, and attorneys. Fraser, one alumnus, and nine students from her Playwright’s Workshop course gathered stories and commentary from over 100 people from a variety of states.

Santa Clara University Debuts Tool to Prevent Sexual Violence

Santa Clara University is unveiling a first-of-its-kind tool in combatting sexual assault on college campuses. Can’t Thread a Moving Needle is a complex and intriguing film adapted from the play written by SCU Theatre Professor Barbara Means Fraser. Much like The Laramie Project, the play was written based on interviews of victims, survivors, perpetrators, family, friends, counselors, professors, and attorneys. Fraser, one alumnus, and nine students from her Playwright’s Workshop course gathered stories and commentary from over 100 people from a variety of states.

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