Residents and 911 operators in about 500 cities
and counties across the country can now use an emergency smartphone app that
was created by USF information systems student Joseph Ekman ’14 to save lives.
Professor Richard Callahan Presented His Research on Local and County Government Fiscal Sustainability
School of Management sophomore Sibo Luo was honored by Mayor Ed Lee for saving a San Francisco woman’s life.
This year’s “Suit Yourself” fashion show invited Primed & Prepped, a hospitality management mentoring and job training program for young men of color ages 15-19, from Bayview.
Associate Professor Kimberly Rae Connor’s scholarship related to the slave narrative garners well-deserved attention from her alma mater. Discover more about her contributions.
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Ethan Ellison awarded Charter Financial Analyst Level 1 Merit Award for 2014. See more incredible accomplishments from School of Management students >>
Herb Schultz, Region IX Director of Health and Human Services, discusses the effect HIV has had on his career trajectory at the MPA luncheon.
San Francisco-based company helped shed some light on what awaits the students in Professor Sidaoui’s class after graduation, the value of internships and the challenges of the job market.
The number of students choosing to spend their entire university education at their “home university” is declining.
Students and faculty crowded into the Xavier auditorium to hear Dr. Roth talk about the economics of matching organ donors to donees, doctors to hospitals and students to schools, and how to make the world better through economics.
USF’s China Business Studies Initiative hosts the first academic and business interactive conference.
Innovative technologies are changing the way hotels manage the guest experience. The School of Management is introducing these new technologies into the curriculum of the students in the Hospitality Management major, keeping them up-to-date with technological developments in their field and helping them be more successful in their careers.
Two USF departments unite using cooking as a tool to teach English. The course is intended for English Language Learners and teaches about measurements, tools, and methods of cooking that expand the English vocabulary.
The Adobe Systems co-founder shares his philosophies on culture, values and good leadership with ROTC military science seniors. Read Dr. Geschke’s inspirational advice.
Nobel Laureate Alvin E. Roth will address USF students, faculty, and alumni on “Who Gets What: The New Economics of Matching and Market Design” on November 14 in this year’s first event of the Finance and Economics Speaker Series.
Dr. Johnson’s book provides exemplary strategies for social justice advocacy by examining deliberative democracy, communication, and conflict resolution.
Cutting-edge technology is changing the future of education by combining virtual environments with human behavior. Our own organizational behavior scholar went to Florida to learn more about immersive simulation.
Corporate Knights ranked global business schools’ coursework, student-led initiatives and institutional support to determine their commitment to sustainability in learning, green business and the triple bottom line.
Conference topics included SF’s earthquake preparedness, Hurricane Katrina and the BP disaster response, lifelines and crisis situations, emergency operations and community resilience.
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