Best Boss

It’s a triumphant homecoming for Intel’s new CEO, Pat Gelsinger ’83.

Since taking the reins as Intel’s CEO in February, Pat Gelsinger ’83 has, among other things, met with Pope Francis, delivered a virtual commencement speech to the worldwide Class of 2021, and pledged $3.5 billion to upgrade Intel’s factory in New Mexico to revitalize American chip manufacturing. Meanwhile, on his upbeat @PGelsinger Twitter feed, he is proudly dedicated to Intel’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, disability accessibility issues, and the importance of work-life balance. It’s a triumphant return to the place where Gelsinger cut his teeth for 30 years and earned the first of eight patents. As CEO of VMware before his Intel homecoming, Glassdoor named him best boss in America in 2019. Is it any wonder?

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Bronco Grrrls

Sixty years have passed since the SCU president decided to admit women as students. They were not greeted with many open arms.

Boots on the Ground

Lawyer, chaplain, and former law professor Mary J. Novak ’88 is hitting the road to tackle issues of injustice as the first layperson to lead NETWORK Catholic Lobby.

Shark Tank

Harmony Oswald J.D. ’16  swims with sharks so you, the small business owner, don’t have to.

The Long Run

Long-distance runner Lena Chow MBA ’83 tackles a different kind of marathon—caretaking for loved ones with Alzheimer’s—in her new podcast.