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For the first time since 2019, students and employers converged on campus Nov. 17 for an evening of speed networking. This year’s lineup of employers: 2K, Amazon, AT&T, Cruise, Dolby Labs, Google, Pixar, San Francisco Giants, Sephora, Tesla, TikTok, and Visa.
When Naveed Ahmed Unar MS ’23 left Pakistan two years ago to join the Energy Systems Management program at USF, he did so as one of only 4,000 international Fulbright scholars selected to attend master’s or doctoral programs in the United States at a university of their choice.
Giving Tuesday is a national event that encourages philanthropy and giving back every year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. On November 29, 2022, USF surpassed its goal.
The Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good is a center at the University of San Francisco that is dedicated to inspiring and preparing students to pursue lives and careers of ethical public service and the common good. Niall and Yvonne McCarthy have given $500,000 to the center to ensure that the program endures, and to continue the investment and cultivation of USF students into ethical leaders.
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.
Students who apply by the priority deadline are eligible for the Dean's Scholarship.
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.
I grew up in Santa Rosa, in an environment where the concept of healthy choices impacting your health was a common theme throughout my life.
As a young lawyer feeling the stress of competing client and senior attorneys’ demands, Professor Rhonda Magee recalls getting calls on a Thursday night with new deadlines that would upend her weekend. Add the fact she was one of only a handful of women and the only Black lawyer in the law office, plus the demands of a relationship. In this storm’s eye, Magee found mindfulness essential in prioritizing obligations, acknowledging when to demand more time or seek assistance.
In a quiet moment by a hospital room window, I received what I consider one of the highest regards from a patient: “I’m glad we met.”