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

  •  Meir Statman

    Meir Statman’s  (Finance) ideas for “mandatory savings” were discussed in a Bloomberg Businessweek story also carried in the San Francisco Chronicle.  

  •  Chad Eschman, Scotty Arnold, Lauren Baines

     Alumni Chad Eschman, Scotty Arnold, Lauren Baines, Devin Bertsch and Matthew Johns were featured in a San Jose Mercury News column about a play they wrote after meeting as students at SCU. The play will now be performed off Broadway.

  •  George Mohler

    George Mohler’s (Mathematics) PredPol predictive policing software was mentioned in Virtual Strategy Magazine. 

  •  Jerry Uelmen

    Jerry Uelmen (law) spoke to KCBS radio about sentencing guidelines. 

  •  Thomas Cattoi

     Thomas Cattoi (JST) wrote  a book review in Theological Studies of Contextual Theology for the 21st Century.

  •  Jim Reites, S.J.

    Jim Reites, S.J., (Religious Studies/Solar Decathlon) was featured on KNTV’s Bay Area Proud segment for his work with engineering students including the Solar Decathlon Team.

  •  Ahmed Amer

    Ahmed Amer (Computer Engineering) wrote an op-ed run by Reuters news service, about the true magnitude of the Egyptian rallies and movement to oust Morsi. At least five publications or sites ran the op-ed. 

  •  Margalynne Armstrong

     Margalynne Armstrong (Law) was quoted in the Mercury News discussing the reality of racial profiling and assumptions that disadvantage young black men.

  •  Ed Maurer

    Ed Maurer (Civil Engineering) co-wrote an op-ed that ran in the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch, about the gaps in America’s civil infrastructure in preparation for climate change.

  •  Virginia Matzek

    Virgina Matzek (Environmental Studies & Sciences) was quoted by USA Today about a new study about how climate change is damaging U.S Coastlines. Numerous outlets picked up the story. 

 

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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