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SCU in the News is a biweekly compilation of select media highlights featuring faculty, staff or students.

  •  Northern California Innocence Project

     Northern California Innocence Project students' work to free innocent prisoners was highlighted in a story on NBC Bay Area.

  •  Helen Popper

    Helen Popper (Economics) was quoted in NPR's Marketplace show, discussing why online currency Bitcoin is viewed negatively by regulators. 

  •  Elizabeth Drescher

    Elizabeth Drescher (Religious Studies) wrote an article about what "religious nones" have to teach us on the national day of prayer, for the Washington Post OnFaith section. Her Religion Dispatches post on the religious overtones of Tweets during the Boston bombing was picked up in The Atlantic

  •  Eric Goldman

    Comments to USA Today about the new Internet tax bill by Eric Goldman (Law) appeared in nearly four dozen publications. He also was quoted on tech-law issues in Social Times, iHealthBeat, and ReadWrite

  •  Eric Hanson

    A story about L.A. Muslims' hopes for interfaith relations with the new pope extensively quoted Eric Hanson (Political Science) and ran on the site of KPCC, Southern California Public Radio. 

  •  Kristin Heyer

     Kristin Heyer's (Religious Studies) book Kinship Across Borders was reviewed in The Tidings, which described it as well-researched and providing a "solid ethical framework for forming opinions on this crucial national issue."

  •  Lisa Kloppenberg

    A Q&A with new Santa Clara Law Dean Lisa Kloppenberg ran in the Silicon Valley Business Journal. 

  •  Thane Kreiner

    Thane Kreiner (CSTS) was quoted in a Marketplace story, carried by several NPR stations, about whether there is an age that is"too old" for starting a tech company. 

  •  Mechanical Engineering Students

    The work of a team of Santa Clara University mechanical engineering students was featured in an article in the Mercury News about a competition to build alternative vehicles.

  •  Brian Love

    Research by Brian Love (Law) suggesting a new way of handling patent-infringement claims against customers, was carried by Forbes

 

Here’s a sampling of the hundreds of mentions of SCU in the media in the past two weeks. The first part of the link is a list; the full text is below the list.

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