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Gregory Kepferle of Catholic Charities and Pamela Roussos of the Miller Center say it’s time for nonprofits to think and act more like entrepreneurs with a mission.
Students and faculty turn to the library archives to tackle the continued fight for gender equality, 19th Century “Fake News,” and the case for Frankenstein in the canon.
Former Nevada governor and senator Paul Laxalt ’44 passed away at 96. Known as “First Friend” to Republican President Ronald Reagan, Laxalt spent four decades in public service.
New tools from the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics aim to help technology companies embed ethical considerations into their workflow and promote the development of ethical products and services.
Search for new dean to commence soon, following Dean Ortega's decision to return to his prior post.
Experienced Silicon Valley marketing professional Celine Schmidek has been named AVP of Marketing and Communication
Veteran Communication and Journalism Leader Named Executive Director of Santa Clara University’s Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Donald Heider, experienced author and educator on digital ethics in journalism, will lead SCU's Markkula Center for Applied Ethics starting Aug. 15.