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

  •  Paul Crowley, S.J.

     Paul Crowley, S.J. (Religious Studies) spoke to the Los Angeles Times about alumni and author Reza Aslan and his book Zealot. The story appeared in numerous additional publications.

  •  Diane Dreher

    Diane Dreher (English) blogged for Psychology Today with tips on accomplishing New Year’s resolutions. 

  •  Alex Field

    Alex Field (Economics) talked to NBC Bay Area about the growing income inequality in the U.S. 

  •  Mary Furlong

    Mary Furlong (Entrepreneurship) was quoted in an Associated Press story, which ran in numerous outlets, about boomers as entrepreneurs, and was quoted in AARP Blog. 

  •  Dorothy Glancy

    Dorothy Glancy (Law) was quoted in Forbes about privacy issues with electronic data in cars.  

  •  Deep Gulasekeram

     Deep Gulasekeram (Law) was quoted in a widely reprinted USA Today story about Sergio Gomez, an undocumented immigrant who is poised to be permitted to practice law in California. He also spoke to KTVU about the issue. 

  •  George Williams, S.J.

    George Willliams, S.J. (JST) wrote a blog item for PolicyMic describing the challenging work of being a chaplain to San Quentin death-row inmates. 

  •  Howard Hoyle and Diane Jonte-Pace

     Howard Hoyle (Education & Counseling Psych)  and Diane Jonte-Pace (Provost’s office) were quoted in the AJCU magazine Connections highlighting SCU’s CADE seminar on integrating technology and Jesuit tradition in the classroom.

  •  Gary Macy

    Gary Macy (Religious Studies) was interviewed on WGVU TV about his book The Hidden History of Women’s Ordination. 

  •  Lawrence Nelson

    Lawrence Nelson (Philosophy) was quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article about an Oakland family’s push to keep their brain-dead daughter on life support. 

 

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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