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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USF Newsroom

USF’s Wolfram Alderson is Changing the Way America Eats

03-02-2015Sugar Danger

Wolfram Alderson MSOD ’08 is waging a national campaign to save American lives by changing the way we eat. If he succeeds, it won’t be the first time. As a founding organizer of one of the first farmers’ markets in California and the nation in 1979, he helped galvanize the spread of farmers markets across the country and promote organic, farm-to-table food.

USF Alumna is a National Leader on Solar 

02-27-2015Jeanine Cotter

USF’s Jeanine Cotter JD ’93 is the CEO and co-founder of San Francisco’s largest solar installation firm and a national leader in the green economy, having taken part in a recent White House summit on alternative energy. She attributes her success to principles she learned at USF and to running a business that focuses on improving the environment and supporting the local community as much as making a profit.

USF Commemorates Muslim Chapel Hill Students

02-25-2015Muslim UNC student memorial

Members of the USF community gathered at Gleeson Plaza on Friday to remember three University of North Carolina students who were killed Feb. 10 at their off-campus Chapel Hill apartment — a crime that some Muslim leaders suggest reflects a tide of anti-Muslim sentiment in the country.

USF Hosts Teach-In After Ferguson & Staten Island

02-23-2015Black History Month Teach In

Alicia Garza, who co-founded the #BlackLivesMatter movement, will be on campus Feb. 24 for a day-long teach-in to raise awareness about prejudice, privilege, and persecution in the wake of national protests alleging widespread police violence against African-Americans.


Campus Community News:

USF Receives Historic $5 Million Pledge to Support Athletics

12-19-2014Malloy sports

USF Dons basketball and baseball are in line for major upgrades, thanks to a $5 million pledge to USF Athletics — the largest in the program’s history. 

09-12-2014

English Prof. Dean Rader's book of poems about the "99 percent" climbs to No. 1, and Associate Prof. of Teacher Education Helen Maniates is named nonprofit educational partner of the year. Read more recent faculty achievements ...

USF Athletics:

Day One: Bruin-Wave Invitational

Dons tied for 11th when play was suspended due to darkness.

Taylor Proctor Named WCC Player of the Week

The junior from Colorado Springs, Colo., helped the Dons to two road victories in the final week of the regular season.

Dons Win Mountain-Pacific Invitational

USF clinches the finals against No. 45 University of New Mexico, 4-3.