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Mission Matters

Bronze Beauty

Bronze Beauty

Timi Sobrato created the untamable bronze Bronco—a piece that is gifted to members of the Founders Society.

Elbowing Her Way In
Elbowing Her Way In

Lily Schumacher ’21 explored making beautiful patterns out of her own biology at the prestigious Anderson Ranch Arts fellowship.

Forces for Good
Forces for Good

Lynette Parker and Ruth Silver Taube J.D. ’93 are honored for their humanitarian work. 

Absorbing Appalachia
Absorbing Appalachia

In this immersion trip through the Ignatian Center, students take on the complex cultural, environmental, and socioeconomic issues of Appalachia.

Tiny History
Tiny History

What can you learn from really old notes? A lot, at least when SCU students study an ancient clay tablet.

Mic Drop
Mic Drop

Jamie Gussman ’22 co-founded a new non-profit, Voices Heard SF, to act as a liaison between those who’ve been muted and those who can help.

Overwhelmed, In Color
Overwhelmed, In Color

Art and art history lecturer Jessica Eastburn’s paintings “information overload” were exhibited at the Maude Kerns Art Center in Oregon.

Tenacious Degree Holders
Tenacious Degree Holders

When they were incoming freshmen, the class of 2021 could have never predicted the rough road ahead. But despite the pandemic forcing them off campus for their final year and a half, they graduated—in person and in style.

Elite Research
Elite Research

This year’s Beckman scholarship recipients will conduct research into polymers and plant proteins.

Researching Wiring
Researching Wiring

SCU neuroscience students presented their research on spectrum disorders at the International Society for Autism Research.

By the Numbers
By the Numbers

SCU joins forces with Genentech to improve skills of scientists through data-informed biomanufacturing.