When USF graduates walked across the stage to receive their diplomas on Dec. 12, their exalted smiles hardly betrayed that many were already thinking ahead to careers intent on changing the status quo — whether in health care, politics, or performing arts.
USF will toast its newest batch of graduates at the winter commencement exercises on Dec. 12.
All Saints Day in the city of Saint Francis was the backdrop for the installation of USF President Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J., on Nov. 1, and marked the opening a new era at the University of San Francisco.
USF President Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J., has a long list of accomplishments that includes two PhDs, but perhaps what qualifies him most to lead the city’s oldest university is this: he’s a fast learner, and he’s intensely curious about the world.
Rachel Stone ’06, MPH ’13 needs to get something off her chest and not just, as she calls them, her “ticking time bomb breasts.”
USF just welcomed its largest gathering of alumni and supporters to campus since the university’s 150-year anniversary in 2005.
The Skoll Foundation has awarded Associate Dean Wanda Borges and Assistant Professor Marie-Claude Couture a $46,000 one-year grant to support promotion of the "Flu Near You" initiative.
School of Nursing and Health Professions Faculty Dellanira Garcia receives grant and Dru Bhattacharya receives award.
Faculty and Administration in the School of Nursing and Health Professions secure new grants which provide unique opportunities within the community.
Associate Prof. Maniates honored as education partner by SF nonprofit, Prof. Rader's 99 Poems for the 99 Percent climbs to No. 1, and more ...
USF’s new Sacramento Campus is now open, in the heart of the city’s historic business district.
More than 200 USFers fell silent on Gleeson Plaza at 12:30 Thursday afternoon and some held up signs in honor of Michael Brown — the Ferguson, Mo., teen killed by police in early August.
USF’s Barbara Sattler is at the forefront of a growing national movement to shine a public light on the controversial method of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, and its adverse health risks.
Cutting-edge research by USF’s William Bosl could reveal the first signs of autism and lead to treatments that limit or even prevent the disorder’s symptoms.
They’re USF pioneers. They started educational programs in African American, Asian American, and Latino-Chicano studies, contributing to USF’s diversity in immeasurable ways. This summer, they’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the fellowship that brought them to campus — the Ethnic Minority Dissertation Fellows (EMDF) program.
USF’s nursing students are receiving accolades for their work providing free health care to some of the city’s poorest residents.
Three new grants are awarded to the School of Nursing and Health Professions' Administration and Faculty in Summer 2014.
In May, USF nursing students traveled to one of the poorest regions in the country and set up pop-up health clinics to treat local residents who couldn’t afford to see a physician. Children as young as 4 years old, their parents and family members, along with many of the community’s homeless lined up by the hundreds.
Four USF students and alumni will be studying, teaching, and volunteering in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe this summer and next year as part of prestigious U.S. Department of State programs.
Judith Karshmer, USF dean of nursing and health professions, has been elected to represent nurse scholars from across the state on the Association of California Nurse Leaders (ACNL) board.