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President's Speaker Series

Sponsored by the Office of the President, the President’s Speaker Series is a forum that brings eminent leaders to Santa Clara, providing our students, faculty, and the community an opportunity for intellectual rigor, critical thinking, reflection, and dialogue.

Santa Clara Lecture Series

The Santa Clara Lecture Series is sponsored by the Bannan Institute, which is committed to examining Catholic identity and Jesuit character.

Ethics at Noon

The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics sponsors the Ethics at Noon lecture series. These lunch-hour programs provide a forum for SCU faculty members and other experts to explore ethical issues in many fields.

de Saisset Museum

The museum offers several lectures and programs based on current exhibitions.


Upcoming Events

February 2013 - Month-at-a-glance
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4:00 PM
Bannan Institutes
Ravi M. Gupta | Creation and Chaos in Hindu Sacred Texts
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Religious Studies Faculty
Winter Speaker Series: The Color of Christ
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Ethics at Noon
Should Santa Clara University Adopt an Academic Honor Code: A Student Update on Drafting an Honor Code
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5:30 PM
Bannan Institutes
Eric Hollas, O.S.B. | Text and Pen: The Legacy of Biblical Art and the Saint John's Bible
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Bannan Institutes
Sacred Pixels: Digital Fasting and Sacred Texting
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Ethics at Noon
Maintaining an Ethical Culture in a High Performance Organization
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Bannan Institutes
Ingrid Mattson | Sacred Dialogues Across the Qur'an
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Bannan Institutes
David Gray | Contested Origins: The Hindu Hymn of the Person, the Origin of the Caste System, and the Buddhist Responses
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University (Orradre) Library Events
Book of the Quarter / Silicon Valley Reads
7:00 PM
Regan Lecture
Judge Alex Kozinski: The Two Faces of Anonymity - the ethical, legal and constitutional implications of anonymity in the digital age
   
             
Mission
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