Full-Time Faculty

Kalmanovitz Hall 286

Michael Rozendal's interest in communities of writers has fuelled his recent first year seminars "Writing San Francisco: Bohemia, Counterculture, Subcultures" and "Telling San Francisco's Stories." Professor Rozendal is the Academic Director of the Dual Degree in Teacher Preparation Program, a 4 +1 program bridging the undergraduate College of Arts and Science with the graduate School of Education. His research focuses on the 1930s and the intersections of print culture, politics and aesthetics...

Part-Time Faculty

Harney 122E

Ken attended SF’s Lowell high school and began his career in the golf business working at Harding Park GC. After taking a few upper division math classes from Dr Paul Zeitz in 1993 he decided to change course and pursue a degree in mathematics. To date he has taught over 400 units of mathematics at USF via 9 different mathematics courses. He enjoys teaching mathematics and empowering young people, and still plays golf quite regularly carrying a 4 handicap. Ken is a lifelong learner with his...

  • California State Teaching Credential, 1998
  • San Francisco State University, BA in Mathematics, 1996
Kalmanovitz Hall 337

Chris O'Sullivan received his BA from UC Berkeley and his MA and PhD from the London School of Economics, University of London. He is the recipient of the 2013 Innovations in Teaching Award and the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award and has been a Fulbright visiting professor at the University of Jordan. He is the author of several books including the forthcoming Agent of Manifest Destiny: Thomas Oliver Larkin and American Conquest of California and others including Harry Hopkins: FDR's Envoy to...