Alumna is Chief Executive in the Fight Against Cancer
Inspiring Change Lam profile
Toan Lam ’00 stepped away from negative journalism to focus on helping others. read story »
Service Learning

Students participate in community service in the Tenderloin related to their academic work.

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USF’s mission to create a more humane and just world begins with you.

Change the world from here. At the University of San Francisco, this is our call to action. “Here” is San Francisco, our innovative home city, and “here” is USF, committed to a higher standard of learning that transcends mere academic excellence. “Here” is in every community member—in the minds and hearts of students, faculty, and alumni, all inspired by a shared commitment to justice. If you share our belief that the world needs change, and that anyone can make it happen, we encourage you to start here, with USF.

 

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The Washington Center honored USF as one of five universities to receive the 2012 Higher Education Civic Engagement Award recipient, recognizing the university’s outstanding contributions to community, leadership, professional achievement, and enrichment of student learning.

Law Student Works as Extern

Law Student Works as Extern for California Supreme Court Chief Justice

Law student Alyssa Bussey ’14 has worked as an extern for California Supreme Court Chief Justice since January 2014, where the aspiring lawyer has experienced not only the art of advocacy, but also the craft of objective decision-making. The training, she said, will help make her a better advocate for her clients.

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From the USF Newsroom

Alexandra Morgan
Alumna is Chief Executive in the Fight Against Cancer
For Alexandra Morgan MNA ’00, the fight against cancer is personal. It played a pivotal role in her decision to become CEO of Family House.
Responding to Humanitarian Crisis, USF Assists Unaccompanied Minors
Responding to Humanitarian Crisis, USF Assists Unaccompanied Minors
Thanks to efforts by USF law students, Professor Bill Hing, and volunteer Jacqueline Brown Scott ’05, a boy from Honduras may have a chance to remain in the US.
Imagining Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder, Psychologists Find
Imagining Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder, Psychologists Find
Corporate ad execs may want to reconsider their tactics for enticing consumers, in light of recent award-winning research conducted by a team of USF undergraduates.

Meet Alfred Chuang

Alfred Chuang sold his first startup, BEA systems, to Oracle. His current startup, Magnet Systems, could revolutionize business networking. And it all began with a computer science degree from USF. Chuang created and endowed the Kudlick High-Tech Interactive Clasrooom, a state-of-the-art multimedia studio, ensuring USF's readiness for the 21st century.
Meet Alfred Chuang