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Innovations

  • 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.

  • Bursting with Broncos

    Bursting with Broncos

    Deborah Lohse, 27 Sep 2016

    Meet Onerent, a startup that took advantage of every entrepreneurial opportunity at Santa Clara University—and now over half the company is Broncos.

  • Disruption in the House

    Disruption in the House

    Ed Cohen, 13 Mar 2016

    Allison Kopf ’11 and the startup Agrilyst caught the attention of the world when they won the TechCrunch Disrupt competition. They want to change how an entire industry thinks. And help feed the world.

    Spring 2016