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

  •  David Feldman

     David Feldman (Counseling Psychology) wrote an article for Psychology Today about technology use in psychotherapy. 

  •  Sports Law and Ethics Symposium

     Santa Clara University’s  fourth annual Sports Law and Ethics Symposium (ISLE) was featured in  two stories in the San Jose Mercury News, as well as stories in the San Francisco Chronicle, KLIV, KGO and KCBS radio,  ABC7 and NBC Bay Area, as well as blogs including SportsonEarth, and the Huffington Post.

  •  Solar Decathlon Team

     The members of the Solar Decathlon team (Engineering) were the focus of a column in the San Jose Mercury News, lamenting the lack of a nasty grudge fight between SCU and Stanford. The home and SCU students were also featured in  stories in the San Francisco Chronicle,, ENR California, United Press International, and CNET-TV.  

  •  John Ifcher

    Research and comments from John Ifcher (Economics) appeared in a Los Angeles Times story that also ran in, the (Tacoma Wash.) News Tribune, the (NC) News & Observer, Sacramento Bee, and nearly two dozen others, about his paper exploring the narrowing “happiness gap” between single mothers and others. 

  •  Radha Basu

     Radha Basu (Engineering) was quoted in New Scientist about frugal innovations.

  •  David Pace

     David Pace’s (Art and Art History)  photographs of Burkina Faso, which are now on exhibit, were featured in NPR’s blog, The Picture Show.

  •  Tom Plante

     Tom Plante (Counseling Psychology) was quoted in Competitor Colorado about the benefits of training with partners.

  •  Pat Cain

    Pat Cain (Law) was quoted in Bloomberg Businessweek, The Advocate, and a widely reprinted New York Times story about state and federal  tax implications for gay married couples. 

  •  Michelle Marvier

    Michelle Marvier (ESS) was quoted in a  San Francisco Chronicle story, carried by numerous  other papers or sites, about fears surrounding population growth and climate change. 

  •  Bill Dohar

     Bill Dohar (Religious Studies) wrote an article for Religion Dispatches about the complexities of the Pope saying “who am I to judge?” gay priests. Several blogs including Bilgrimage and others cited his work.


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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