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

  •  Andy Tsay

     Andy Tsay (OMIS) spoke to China Daily about challenges for Apple’s new iPhone, which dropped in popularity in China. His quote to China Daily about Chinese customers’ problems with USB adaptors in Apple devices , was carried in numerous other publications or sites including several in French.

  •  Ron Katz

     Ron Katz (ISLE) was quoted in Bloomberg Businessweek about the NFL settlement over concussions.

  •  Brian Love

     Brian Love (Law) was quoted in several stories, running in more than five dozen outlets including Financial Review, Wall Street Journal, and numerous papers affiliated with the San Jose Mercury News, about Apple and Samsung’s next legal battle.  He was quoted in The Recorder about a GAO report on patent litigation.

  •  Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries

     SCU’s Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries was cited in America Magazine for its excellent model for church-administration education.

  •  Markkula Center

    An ethics guide by the Markkula Center was cited in several articles about fair electioneering in regards to a Long Beach resolution. 

  •  NCIP

     NCIP’s work on prosecutorial misconduct was cited in a ProPublica story about a Texas prosecutor charged with depriving a wrongfully imprisoned man of a fair trial.

  •  Bill O'Neill, S.J.

    Bill O’Neill, S.J. (JST) wrote a book review of Justice in Love for Theological Studies. 

  •  Tom Plante

     Tom Plante (Counseling Psychology) was quoted in the National Catholic Reporter about the release of clergy sex abuse documents in the L.A. Archdiocese. He was also quoted in the San Jose Mercury News and two other outlets about women’s self-esteem affecting how they accept compliments, and wrote two blogs for Psychology Today.

  •  Hersh Shefrin

     Hersh Shefrin (Finance) was quoted in a Forbes story that  also ran in Business Insider, the Fiscal Times, Kazinform, and others,  about how to banish money mistakes that may be genetic. The piece stemmed from his work from Chase Blueprint called “Born to Spend? How Nature and Nurture Impact Spending and Borrowing Habits.”

  •  Tom Reese, S.J.

     Tom Reese, S.J. (Markkula) was quoted in at least six publications about the Pope’s comments about not judging gay priests and other topics.


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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