16th Thacher Annual
The 16th Thacher Annual student art show "interMEDIA" runs through June 28 in Thacher Gallery.More Info »
Marisela Esparza
USF Gates Millennium Scholar Puts on the Gloves for Immigrant Rights   read story »
Mushrooms ... The New Plastic?
Mushrooms ... The New Plastic?   read story »
Police Chief Greg Suhr
A Conversation With San Francisco’s Top Cop   read story »
USF’s William Bosl
Research Opens Door to Early Diagnoses and Treatment of Autism    read story »
USF Healthiest Workplace
Heart Association Ranks USF Healthiest Workplace   read story »
Luis Aroche MPA ’15
USF Grad Student on the Forefront of Fight to Reduce Prison Overcrowding   read story »
Mobile Health Clinics
Hundreds Flock to USF Nursing Students’ Mobile Health Clinics   read story »
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Elected to Lead

7-30-2015 <a href="/magazine/summer_2015/elected-to-lead/" title="Elected to Lead" target="_blank">Elected to Lead</a>

USF alumni hold public office across America. They exert power and influence and make vital decisions that can affect our lives. Here are six USF graduates who are changing our world as elected leaders.

Army Clinic Named for USF Nursing Alumna Killed in Combat

7-28-2015 Army Clinic Named for USF Nursing Alumna Killed in Combat

An outpatient clinic at Fort Sam Houston Army base in San Antonio has been named the Captain Jennifer M. Moreno Primary Care Clinic, honoring the USF nursing alumna who was killed in combat in Afghanistan in 2013.

USF Coding Workshop for Bay Area Girls Gets Big Boost

7-22-2015 USF Coding Workshop for Bay Area Girls Gets Big Boost

USF’s long-running summer computer coding workshop for girls will double in size and be free this year, thanks to a $20,000 gift from AT&T.


Campus Community News:

USF Educators Address United Nations and Explain the U.S.'s Baseball Foreign Policy

05-13-2015

Find out why USF’s Mary Wardell-Ghirarduzzi, vice provost of diversity engagement and community outreach, presented to a United Nations' panel about USF, and which USF professor wrote The Empire Strikes Out, which HuffPost just named one of the 50 best baseball books of all time.

USF Mourns the Passing of Star Football Player Bob St. Claire

04-21-2015Bob St Clair

Bob St. Clair, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame who was a standout on USF's famed "undefeated, untied and uninvited" 1951 football team, passed away on April 20. He was 84 years old.

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USF Athletics:

Fiona O'Sullivan Prepares for FA Cup Finals

USF's assistant coach suits up for Notts County Saturday at 7 a.m. PT, to take on Chelsey in the FA Cup Finals.

Ha Qualifies for U.S. Women's Amateur

USF sophomore joins the field at women's golf's most prestigious amateur event starting August 10 at Portland Golf Club.

USF Tapped for AVCA Academic Team Award

USF volleyball maintains a cumulative team grade-point average of at least 3.0 for the fourth cosecutive year.