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Valerio Mirarchi MBA ’24 came up with the idea for an AI project while tutoring USF students studying Italian.
In the latest employment survey conducted by USF, 81 percent of graduates from the Class of 2022 report they are employed (compared to 77 percent from the year before), and 10 percent are continuing their education.
Valerie Lam ’23 spoke at her commencement Dec. 15, urging fellow School of Management undergraduates to look to the future. For Lam, a business administration major, the future means starting a job at TIAA, the retirement fund, as a human resources associate in San Francisco. She got the job through the first friend she made at USF.
The 165th Commencement ceremonies of the University of San Francisco will be Dec. 15 at St. Ignatius Church, with 762 graduates receiving degrees from the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Nursing and Health Professions, and the School of Management.
This fall, 31 new faculty members joined USF. Learn more about them.
On a foggy morning in April, when a group of young women from Oakland paddled out to take a surfing lesson at Linda Mar Beach in Pacifica, they broke a barrier that had stood for more than 15 years.
In an effort to promote the Masagung MBA programs and increase the applicant pool, the School of Management is launching the Applicant Referral Program.
In the U.S. News & World Report 2024 undergraduate rankings released today, USF moved up in four categories and remains a top university.
Anson Tan ’23, finance and business analytics graduate, talks about internships, the International Student Association, and the appeal of San Francisco.
When Peter Quadrel ’21 applied for a summer job at Target in April of his sophomore year, he was rejected. So he founded an advertising agency instead.