USF was recognized as one of the healthiest workplaces in the country and was recently honored for its innovation and overall approach to health and wellness by the American Heart Association (AHA).
USF’s School of Nursing and Health Professions (SONHP) has been recognized for helping to expand medical care to San Francisco’s most needy at a free clinic that serves patients far beyond its Tenderloin neighborhood address.
Communications major Sascha Rosemond ’15 talks about USF in the glowing terms that many reserve for a parent or spouse, saying the university’s impact has been immeasurable. Ask about her USF experience and she’s quick to recount how she unpacked who she was for the first time in Prof. Evelyn Rodriguez’s People of Mixed Descent class.
Former USF Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs James Wiser is returning to the university in his prior role, while a nationwide search continues for a permanent replacement to fill the university’s top academic post.
More than 2,000 beaming graduates flooded Gleeson Plaza with family and friends after USF’s commencement exercises last week.
USF will celebrate the academic accomplishments of more than 2,000 graduating students at spring commencement on May 21-23.
Former USF President and USF Chancellor John Lo Schiavo, S.J., 90, passed away peacefully at the Sacred Heart Jesuit Center in Los Gatos on May 15.
Does knowing Chaos Theory produce better nurses? The mathematical postulate is an integral part of USF’s online Master of Science in Nursing (RN-to-MSN) program, where nurses learn to take charge of complex and chaotic emergency situations to improve patient care.
USF nursing students mentor high school girls in the city’s Mission district
Dr. Elena Capella, Director of the Online Master in Nursing program in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, was featured in the Huffington Post talking about her strategies in the classroom. She discusses her teaching methods surrounding chaos theory and self-reflection to help students to better cope in the stressful nursing environment.
Public Health Professor Dr. Sattler alongside USF nursing students and over 8,000 people marched for real climate change leadership in California in February. This was the largest demonstration against fracking anywhere in US history.
Associate Dean Wanda Borges and Assistant Dean Mary Kate Wood have received a new grant from the California office of Statewide Health Planning and Development for $153,000.
A USF program is helping redefine the role of nurses in vietnam, in an effort to improve a health care system that is struggling to meet basic needs. It's working.
Dr. William Bosl is receiving a sub award for his work in autism spectrum research.
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.