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Society of Women Engineers helps high school girls achieve full potential as leaders, engineers

Posted on Friday, Mar. 1, 2013
Nearly 55 percent of college undergraduates are women, but they account for only 20 percent of all engineering students in the United States. Santa Clara University's chapter of Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is working to engage more women in the field of engineering in their academic and professional lives. Read about SCU's chapter and the work they have been doing on campus and in the Santa Clara community. Read More »

Ecofeminism professor models the way for pursuing personal and professional sustainability

Posted on Friday, Mar. 1, 2013
Professor Sherry Booth, a champion on campus for sustainability and feminism, teaches the only ecofeminism course at SCU. She is also an advisor to the Sustainable Living Undergraduate Research Program (SLURP) and a member of the University Sustainability Council. Read about Sherry's classes and hear her advice for women who want to pursue sustainability in their lives and careers. Read More »

News and Events

Posted on Friday, Mar. 1, 2013
Loyola RLC wins Energy Challenge
Catalan Family Farm delivers produce boxes to campus
Seniors: Sign the Grad Pledge
B.U.G. Elementary School Garden Workday
E-waste drive with Green Mouse Recycling
Earth Day Festival Planning Committee
International Zero Waste Week
Earth Hour
The Forge Showcase Read More »

Did you Know?

Posted on Friday, Mar. 1, 2013
Santa Clara University runs a program for social enterprise collaboration called the Global Social Benefit Incubator in the Center for Science, Technology, and Society. Read about this world renowned program and how it helps to empower women in developing countries. Read More »
Clovers. Photo from Pixabay

Take Action

Posted on Friday, Mar. 1, 2013
Tips to take action: reduce, reuse, recycle, and respect, related to a sustainable St. Patrick's Day. REDUCE: the number of bottles you buy | REUSE: your old St. Patrick's Day decorations | RECYCLE: all your bottles, cans, and red solo cups | RESPECT: learn about the Feast of St. Patrick. Read More »