Academics & Research

  • Playing to Learn

    Playing to Learn

    BizEd Staff, 13 Sep 2016

    Leavey School professor Hersh Shefrin uses a self-created simulation to help students improve their decision-making skills.

  • Dive In

    Dive In

    Steven Boyd Saum, 15 Aug 2016

    Oceanographer Sylvia Earle and Autodesk explorer-in-residence Jonathan Knowles tackle the state of the deep blue.

    Summer 2016

  • Keep It Clean

    Keep It Clean

    Esther Young ’18, 15 Aug 2016

    Udall Foundation Scholarship winner Déjà Thomas ’17 will advocate for communities disproportionately affected by environmental issues.

    Summer 2016
     

  • Beyond Borders

    Beyond Borders

    Esther Young ’18, 15 Aug 2016

    Four fabulous Fulbright fellowships: to Australia to study the pond apple, to Morocco to forge ties between policymakers and grass roots organizations, to Ghana to study health care, and to the Czech lands to teach English.

    Summer 2016

  • Elite Company

    Elite Company

    Esther Young ’18, 15 Aug 2016

    Known as the Rhodes Scholarship of China, the selective Schwarzman Scholars program offers Jesse Caemmerer ’14 a chance to study and travel in China.

    Summer 2016
     

  • World Champ

    World Champ

    SCM Staff, 13 Mar 2016

    Associate Professor of Philosophy Shannon Vallor earns recognition as one of the leading tech ethicists on the planet.

    Spring 2016

  • Star Fixes

    Star Fixes

    Eryn Olson ’16, 13 Mar 2016

    Imagine if you had to find your way by the stars. Across an ocean. 

    Spring 2016

  • Breaking the rules

    Breaking the rules

    Michelle Quinn, 2 Dec 2015

    Caryn Beck-Dudley is bringing her outsider experience to SCU’s Leavey School of Business

  • Educated admissions

    Educated admissions

    Harold Gutmann, 2 Sep 2015

    After 15 years as SCU’s dean of undergraduate admission, Sandra Hayes can shed light on important trends in how the application process works. And on how some schools might get it wrong.  

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight

    Christine Long Brunkhorst '83, 19 Aug 2015

    Fr. Ted Rynes was more than a professor and a college advisor. He was a beacon that showed students the way to learn and write and live.