Santa Clara University


Community Newsletter - Fall 2011

In this issue:

  • iconThe Missing Peace

    Selections from the renowned exhibit The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama will be on display at Santa Clara University through Dec 14. The multimedia exhibition will present 29 of the works from the full collection, which includes... Read More »

  • icon100 Years of Engineering Excellence

    Between designing a low-cost, solar-powered neonatal incubator for use in Nigeria and deploying autonomous robotic kayaks, today’s engineering undergraduate students use concepts and technology that would have been unknown to the class of 1911. While the handful of engineers in... Read More »

  • iconFocusing the Artistic Lens on Homelessness

    All four exhibitions at the de Saisset Museum this fall focus on artists’ depictions of homelessness over the last 80 years, deftly combining the museum’s mission of providing historical and contemporary perspectives through art with the University’s emphasis on... Read More »

  • iconEngineering with a Mission

    With SCU celebrating the centennial of its School of Engineering this year, the theme of the sixth annual President’s Speaker Series will be “Engineering with a Mission.” Intel CEO Paul Ottelini will open the series this year during the... Read More »

  • iconCompleting the Grand Entrance

    With the planned completion of the Patricia A. and Stephen C. Schott Admission and Enrollment Services Building in July 2012, the grand entry to SCU first conceptualized in 1995 will finally be finished... Read More »

  • iconPresenting SCUPresents

    With the inaugural season of SCUPresents at Santa Clara University starting this fall, performing arts patrons will be able to enjoy the talents of both academic and professional artists. “The goal of SCUPresents is to not only create art..." Read More »

  • iconPartnering with the Community

    Community-based learning (CBL) has become a cornerstone of the Santa Clara curriculum. By engaging with people off-campus through the Arrupe Partnerships, students gain real-world insight into ideas and concepts they study in class. The University’s rich CBL opportunities are... Read More »