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NBA All-Star Stephen Curry selected USF’s Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice (INSJ) for a $100,000 donation after being named the league’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion on May 23.
This summer, USF graduate students can apply for new studio apartments in San Francisco with rents starting at $1,850.
If you want to change the world, it helps to see it clearly — from 370 miles up.
Like all of us, I’m struggling to make sense of my job in a world where students have unbridled access to AI tools. And I thought I had ChatGPT’s number — I had two tools that were crowdsourced that helped me to discover and prove plagiarism.
Ingrid Rojas Contreras, an assistant professor in the MFA in Writing program at USF, is a 2023 Pulitzer Prize finalist for her book, The Man Who Could Move Clouds: A Memoir.
The School of Nursing and Health Professions is pleased to award Monica De La Cruz the 2023 Distinguished Adjunct Teaching Award.
These five members of the Class of 2023 are launching their careers right after graduation. Here’s what they’ll be doing.
I’m writing from my residence hall at the University of San Francisco, and it’s a beautiful day! From my window I can see the bay and the Oakland hills beyond. I know leaving home for a new city can be daunting, so I wanted to give you some tips from what I learned in my first year at USF.
USF will hold spring commencement ceremonies May 18–20 in St. Ignatius Church for 932 undergraduates, 1,047 graduate students, and 147 doctoral students from the university’s college and four schools.
Brian Komei Dempster, professor of rhetoric and language and director of administration for the Asia Pacific Studies program, has been recognized as a 2023 Guggenheim fellow for his poetry.