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During the 2024 intersession, I had the opportunity to immerse myself in global health by participating in the Lesotho Global Health Immersion Program. This experience allowed me to help strengthen health systems in the resource-constrained country of Lesotho and culturally immerse myself in a new country.
The University of San Francisco is to receive a combined one and a half million dollars from the Herbst Foundation and the Fletcher Jones Foundation for the new Health & Life Sciences Campus.
Juliana Maldonado ’24 talks about her decision to transfer to USF — and how she found her community.
University of San Francisco alumni, Lo Schiavo Legacy Members, and scholarship donors Sheila and Mike Goodwin ’70 share the importance of giving.
Scholarships at the University of San Francisco are not just about financial aid; they are catalysts for transforming lives.
Mr. Shellie Garrett ’70 MBA ’81 earned two degrees from USF, a decade apart. A first-generation college student, he shares wisdom, life lessons, and why he continues to give to a wide variety of scholarships and programs across campus.
Nearly 1,000 attendees packed the Sobrato Center on February 6, eager with anticipation for the evening’s conversation between Dr. Clarence B. Jones and Sterling K. Brown — two thought leaders in the realms of social justice and entertainment.
On January 26, more than 100 community members came together for the 2024 USF Law Review Symposium, Navigating Gentrification in Our Changing Cities.
Jennifer Cayanan is pursuing a master of science in nursing at USF while working as Health Equity Co-Director for LEAD Filipino, a non-profit in the South Bay.