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These five members of the Class of 2023 are launching their careers right after graduation. Here’s what they’ll be doing.
USF graduate programs remain among the best in the nation, according to new rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
The first time Tina Jain MSMI ’23 visited a government elementary school in her hometown of Varanasi, India, she was surprised to find only a few children in the classroom.
He gives his best advice on job-hunting, working with Adobe, and the skills he learned in the entrepreneurship and innovation program.
Isaiah Hawthorne ‘24, is one of many students who attends USF on a donor-funded scholarship. His athletic scholarship has opened doors to the court and the classroom.
When COVID-19 closed the Hilltop campus in spring 2020, Zac Clark ’23 moved out of Gillson Hall and into a studio apartment in the Tenderloin. While Clark could barely afford his apartment, he saw that many of his neighbors couldn’t afford any lodging at all. That got him thinking.
When they collected their diplomas on Dec. 16, these members of the Class of 2022 already had jobs lined up. Here’s how they did it.
Mark and Liz Vorsatz, together with Andersen and the Andersen Foundation have committed to give $1 million to the School of Management’s MBA program.
Ryan Futagaki ’24 had never worn a hard hat or safety goggles. But he got up at 6 a.m. Sept. 22 and took a bus to Diamond Heights to help rebuild a house.
Professor Nicole Nguyen calls it “the Ninja Project.”
In the first week of their capstone class this semester, 19 School of Management honors program students were given $50 in seed money and a task by Nguyen: Break into teams, start a venture, and make a profit — in one week. The team that sees the highest profit wins.