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Innovations

  • Artificial Intelligence and Public Trust

    Artificial Intelligence and Public Trust

    Shannon Vallor, 15 Jun 2017

    A future with artificial intelligence is no longer a sci-fi fantasy. But how do we ensure that it is shaped with moral intelligence?

    Summer 2017

  • Ask the Ethics Bowl Team

    Ask the Ethics Bowl Team

    Tina Vossugh, 15 Jun 2017

    SCU’s Ethics Bowl team earned a spot at nationals this year. So we ask them to tackle one real problem: 3-D printing and guns.

    Summer 2017

  • Cut & Paste Conservation

    Cut & Paste Conservation

    Emma Marris, 1 Mar 2017

    We can now replace a gene in any organism for a hundred bucks a pop. We can alter wild species to save them. So should we?

    Spring 2017
     

  • Big Win for a Tiny House

    Big Win for a Tiny House

    Matt Morgan, 1 Mar 2017

    The rEvolve House took first place in a state-wide competition in Sacramento. Now it is being put to work helping veterans with PTSD.

    Spring 2017
     

  • Five Bucks to a Grand

    Five Bucks to a Grand

    SCM Staff, 1 Mar 2017

    Scalability is a two-way street. Students learn big concepts through small startups.

    Spring 2017

  • Things To Come

    Things To Come

    Steven Boyd Saum, 1 Mar 2017

    John A. Sobrato '60 promised something terrific in STEM. He delivered the future. 

    Spring 2017

  • STEM and Her

    STEM and Her

    Matt Morgan, 1 Mar 2017

    Tech firms invest billions in education but miss the mark helping minorities and women enter tech. Janice Zdankus MBA ’93, VP of Quality at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, has a solution.

    Spring 2017
     

  • How Do They Do It?

    How Do They Do It?

    Alicia K. Gonzales ’09, 1 Mar 2017

    How can social innovators help poor communities with big problems—like lack of HIV/AIDS awareness, or electricity, or even rain? 

    Spring 2017

  • Big Win for a Tiny House

    Big Win for a Tiny House

    Matt Morgan, 17 Oct 2016

     The rEvolve House, SCU's entry in the inaugural Tiny House competition, takes first place.

  • Make Things Happen

    Make Things Happen

    Heidi Williams, 4 Oct 2016

    Inspired by the late “Professor Jimmy” Reites, S.J., members of the SCU chapter of Engineers Without Borders spent the summer in Rwanda, helping locals with a more efficient method of producing roofing tiles.