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USF’s Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice (INSJ) will use a $100,000 gift from the NBA and Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry to expand its research, education, and outreach.
Viet-Hung Nguyen ’25 is working with his professors to change how psychology research is conducted. His goal: conduct research that listens to and responds to people in their communities, leading to results that are more applicable to real life.
These five members of the Class of 2023 are launching their careers right after graduation. Here’s what they’ll be doing.
Sadie Mills’ fellowship at the San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) took her beyond books and connected her to a new passion — the prison justice reform movement.
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.
This summer, in the Equity Scholars Internship program co-sponsored by the McCarthy Center at USF, the Biden Institute at the University of Delaware, and the YMCA of San Francisco, Chavez, four other USF students, and eight students from the University of Delaware worked as teaching assistants in San Francisco public elementary schools.
As a USF McCarthy fellow in Sacramento and Washington, D.C., Aaron Fontan ’23 said he’s seen “how the sausage is made” as policy is developed at state and national levels.
Craig Newmark has been a committed supporter of USF, helping veterans connect with public service and working to close the gender gap in tech.
How does it feel to step up on stage and guide a discussion with Cornel West and the provost of USF?