13th Human Rights Film Festival at USF
USF is proud to host its 13th Annual Human Rights Film Festival, April 9-11.more info »
Marisela Esparza
USF Gates Millennium Scholar Puts on the Gloves for Immigrant Rights   read story »
Mushrooms ... The New Plastic?
Mushrooms ... The New Plastic?   read story »
Police Chief Greg Suhr
A Conversation With San Francisco’s Top Cop   read story »
USF’s William Bosl
Research Opens Door to Early Diagnoses and Treatment of Autism    read story »
USF Healthiest Workplace
Heart Association Ranks USF Healthiest Workplace   read story »
Luis Aroche MPA ’15
USF Grad Student on the Forefront of Fight to Reduce Prison Overcrowding   read story »
Mobile Health Clinics
Hundreds Flock to USF Nursing Students’ Mobile Health Clinics   read story »
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life 1
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life
Inauguration Celebration of Student Life

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USF Boxers Win National Championships

4-17-2015 USF Boxers Win National Championships

USF Boxing Club fighters came away with two titles in the U.S. Intercollegiate Boxing Association (USIBA) national championship over the weekend. The wins make them some of the best welterweight and light heavyweight amateur boxers in the nation.

Alum and Former President of Peru Talks About the Future of Latin America With USFers

4-15-2015 Alum and Former President of Peru Talks About the Future of Latin America With USFers

Former President of Peru Alejandro Toledo ’71 will return to his alma mater on April 14 to discuss Latin America’s economic rise and growing global influence over the past two decades.

Fostering Interfaith Understanding: USF Conference Examines Muslim Studies and Jesuit Universities 

4-8-2015 Fostering Interfaith Understanding: USF Conference Examines Muslim Studies and Jesuit Universities 

USF will host the first conference in the nation to examine how Islamic studies and the growing number of Muslim students at U.S. Jesuit Catholic colleges and universities is influencing scholarship, the institutions’ missions, and campus life.

Math Undergrads Hack SF and Win

4-6-2015 Math Undergrads Hack SF and Win

USF math students won the nation’s largest challenge-driven hackathon. They did it by developing a breakthrough application that reduced the online storage size of photos, while preserving faces in the images in crystal clear high resolution.


Campus Community News:

USF Receives Historic $5 Million Pledge to Support Athletics

12-19-2014Malloy sports

USF Dons basketball and baseball are in line for major upgrades, thanks to a $5 million pledge to USF Athletics — the largest in the program’s history. 

09-12-2014

English Prof. Dean Rader's book of poems about the "99 percent" climbs to No. 1, and Associate Prof. of Teacher Education Helen Maniates is named nonprofit educational partner of the year. Read more recent faculty achievements ...

USF Athletics:

Dons Complete Second Day of Invites

AZUSA, Calif. -- Senior Robert Parker highlighted the action at the Bryan Clay Invitational on Friday in Azusa, Calif.

Dons Complete Second Day of Invites

Robert Parker highlights Bryan Clay Invitational.

Dons Win Ties San Diego for First Place

USF continues hot hitting in 9-6 win on Friday night. Dons have won nine of their last 10 games.