Social engagement and responsibility. That’s what we should be teaching our MBA students, says Professor Kathy Kane. But how?
The 2014 graduating class of the Master of Science in Analytics program reaches 100% employment.
Lady Idos returned to school for a Master of Public Administration to build her knowledge in order to help marginalized individuals find a voice at work.
The world’s best young entrepreneurs present their startup ideas at AngelHack’s annual worldwide champion hackathon.
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 — a San Francisco nonprofit that cares for children stricken by the disease.
How does Dave Griffis define what it means to be a truly outstanding faculty member?
Mona Ahmadi, part-time MBA, and Alissa Oropeza, business undergraduate, two students at the University of San Francisco School of Management, were awarded scholarships from the Financial Women of San Francisco Association (FWSF).
A filmmaker and group of alumni, faculty, and staff explore what philanthropy means in a practical sense, in the lives of people who volunteer, and of people who give to or receive charity.
Jaclyn Anku: recently published and promoted to Associate, all while still a student.
Forbes recently ranked USF #21 on their list of America’s Most Entrepreneurial Universities. How did we get there, and how are we encouraging students’ entrepreneurial spirits?
USF Alumna Mary Clark Bartlett has clout in Silicon Valley; so says the Silicon Valley Business Journal, which has awarded Bartlett for this very reason. Read more about Bartlett and her sustainable food service.
Hundreds of the most innovative companies in the Bay Area were open to the public during the San Francisco NewCo festival, including the USF School of Management.
Alumnus Ralph Spinelli speaks from personal experience when advocating for post-incarceration education.
The intersection between digital technology and philanthropy helps to showcase the past accomplishments and future endeavors of The Packard Foundation.
In the Media: Professor Tony Ribera Discusses the Changing Face of Law Enforcement on KPIX
"San Francisco is not lacking in uniqueness. I can always find something new and interesting related to art or craftsmanship." -Jessica Dixon, MGEM '10, Co-Founder, Fullosophie
USF’s new President, Father Fitzgerald, encouraged the Bay Area’s law enforcement professionals to use USF as an emergency preparedness resource.
MGEM students visit two Google branches to discuss innovation and global impact with the founder of Google Earth and the head of Niantic Labs.
Two Master of Science in Organizational Development alumni ventured to Africa to do good and came back changed.
Tony Ribera addresses an audience of international law enforcement leaders on ethical and effective leadership grounded in Jesuit principles.