Stories in the College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Chemistry professor studies the shapes of proteins and research in the field encourages her to join Santa Clara.
Alumna's hands-on experience putting on a show leads her to pursue an acting career in Hollywood.
Math major publishes a topology paper as an undergraduate and now pursues teaching math education.
Current Freshman student and English major Katie Girlich has already written and published her first book.
SCU teaches sociology major qualitatively and quantitatively, opening up a range of career paths in the field.
Santa Clara's attention to detail for its students gives math major confidence to pursue graduate school.
Biochemistry major identifies diseases in his undergraduate research.
Working on SCU's weekly student paper prepares journalism major for political reporting.
Bernard J. Hanley Professor of Religious Studies
Professor incorporates community-based learning to introduce new perspectives on social realities and promote solidarity with the community.
Work in a research lab prompts biochemistry alumnus to continue research after graduation.