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As he debuts on Broadway this fall, Moses Villarama ’04 credits the acting classes he took at USF and the mentorship he received as a student for preparing him to perform in a new musical.
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.
While the public conversation about the future of technology grows increasingly anxious, Jada Smith is actively optimistic. The third-year University of San Francisco Law student says she wants to “debunk the idea that Web3 is just about making money, and show that it is a way to improve the quality of life for every single person.”
Both Universities, USF and Santa Clara — where I did my undergraduate business program — have inspired me to be a person for others. Now, going even further, I want to be a person with others in their journey, shared Everardo.
“Do your knees ache when you run? Do your ankles hurt when you jump?”
Gerwyn Hughes wants to know. He’s a professor of kinesiology and he runs the new motion analysis lab in Harney Science Center at USF.
More than 140 students and professors traveled to 11 different USF global immersion programs in more than a dozen countries over the summer, exploring topics like the biology of cancer and learning more about the lives of migrants at the Spain and Morocco border.
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.
English Professor Omar F. Miranda and three undergraduate students set out earlier this year to find the untold story of USF’s literary magazine, which has been published for more than a century.
In May, my dream to walk the pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago became reality.