Together

Santa Clara’s five-year partnership with the Posse Foundation will recruit 50 scholars and provide training, financial support, and help finding internships.

A gift from Bronco parents Jim and Heather Pigott will help the Posse Foundation fund 50 new Broncos over five years.

The foundation supports L.A.-based young people with scholarships. Recipients receive training, financial support, and help finding internships.

Eva Blanco Masias, vice president for enrollment management, says, “Given our commitment to innovation and our location in Silicon Valley, we can be an excellent choice to these bright minds, serving as a conduit and transforming their aspirations into tangible personal and professional growth.”

Read more about SCU’s five-year partnership with the Posse Foundation.

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Super Powered Compassion

The latest children’s book from clinical psychologist Professor Shauna Shapiro teaches kids how to cultivate self-compassion.

In The Game

“We are going to showcase Santa Clara and what we are all about,” says the Warriors’ Brandin Podziemski ’23. Broncos take center court at Chase Center with a night of music, alumni reunions, and jersey swaps.

In Vino Donum

Antonia Allegra ’67 is sharing her knowledge of wine with Santa Clara by donating her enology collection to the University Library and Archives.

Earning a Green Thumb

Inherent to capitalist systems are forces that exploit the environment. It doesn’t have to be this way.