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This fall, 31 new faculty members joined USF. Learn more about them.
Eight USF graduate students from different programs traveled to Cambodia for two weeks this summer to learn how climate change affects the economy and culture of Cambodia.
Fourteen students, grads, and faculty members from the School of Education traveled to Trinidad and Tobago last month in the name of peace.
Professor Judith L. Pace is a Fulbright U.S. Scholar for 2023-2024, recognized for her efforts to prepare educators to teach about controversial issues in divided societies.
USF graduate programs remain among the best in the nation, according to new rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
Teresa Fogolini MA ’11, MA ’13 inspires children and their families to dig in and play in the dirt as a way to build healthy habits.
USF graduate students in school counseling programs are getting hands-on experience in Bay Area schools and community clinics while providing support during a shortage of mental health professionals.
The Black Educology Mixtape was created by students in the International and Multicultural Education doctoral program after they couldn't find a journal on Black education that speaks from beyond the ivory tower.
Summer school doesn’t need to be a drag. In the School of Education’s Summer Academic Program (SAP), middle and high schoolers make spaghetti towers as a break from math class.