University of San Francisco President Stephen A. Privett, S.J. has been named Most Admired CEO of the year by the San Francisco Business Times, joining prior years’ distinguished winners such as the San Francisco Giants’ Peter Magowan and PG&E’s Peter Darbee.
The University of San Francisco is again ranked among the top universities and colleges in the country for what it contributes to the public good in terms of academic research, community service, and support for low-income students, according to Washington Monthly magazine.
University of San Francisco alumni land better-paying jobs than other college graduates, according to Affordable Colleges Online. The site ranks USF as one of the top universities in the country for computer science majors and among the best in California for undergraduate majors in general, based on what they earn over the course of their careers.
The University of San Francisco has awarded one of its highest honors to the San Francisco Free Clinic, which has provided free medical care to more than 70,000 uninsured patients.
The University of San Francisco’s teacher residency program has joined a national effort to train 100,000 new science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers in the next eight years.
USF President Stephen A. Privett, S.J. announced that he’ll step aside as the university’s president when his current term ends in May.
The University of San Francisco celebrated the opening of the LEED Gold designed John Lo Schiavo, S.J. Center for Science and Innovation Sept. 27. The center’s opening marks a new chapter for the university in its commitment to bringing top scientists to campus and equipping them for cutting-edge science, computer science, and math research opportunities.
Assistant Principal and School of Education alumnus, Cynthia Rapaido, Ed.D., was selected by the Association of California School Administrators the 2013 Secondary Co-Administrator of the Year.
MA student in International and Multicultural Education, Laura Ochoa, was honored by her community for her achievements and service.
Dr. Patricia Mitchell, associate professor in the Department of Leadership Studies has recently edited two books that provide valuale insights and perspectives on leadership and collaboration.
Dean Kevin Kumashiro recently named professors Elena Flores, Shabnam Koirala-Azad, and Stephen Katsouros as new associate deans of the School of Education, starting this Fall.
Gerardo Marin, senior vice provost for academic affairs at the University of San Francisco, was recently named to the 100 Colombians 2013 list for his academic achievements and contributions to higher education administration.
MATR teacher preparation and Mo'Magic community organizations come together to provide high quality literacy education.
School of Education Dean, Kevin Kumashiro, joined a delegation of Bay Area technology leaders to meet with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in Washington DC.
Dr. Kevin K. Kumashiro began his tenure as the new dean of the School of Education on July 16, 2013.