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Engaged Learning

There are law professors who identify as scholars first. Other professors identify as practitioners first. I identify as a teacher first. For me, teaching is the greatest job in the world. Nothing could have been more exhilarating.

November 1, 2022

Since 2018, USF’s Food Pantry has operated as an extension of the university’s Student Assistance Fund. At the start of the pantry program, Associate Vice President of Student Life, Shannon Gary, and Vice President of Student Life, Julie Orio, worked alongside ASUSF, and a small group of Student Life staff to drive awareness and foster empathy for students facing financial hardship or food insecurity.

October 31, 2022
Passion for Justice

When the Art for Justice Fund told Sergio De La Torre that he had won a $100,000 grant from them, he didn’t believe it.

October 28, 2022
Passion for Justice

The six USF Law alumni serving as chief public defenders in California are changing the system from the inside out.

October 26, 2022

More than 2,900 USF community members took over the Hilltop the weekend of October 21-23 in celebration of all things USF.

October 25, 2022
Engaged Learning

What do you do when your dreams are big but your budget is small?

October 24, 2022
Engaged Learning

In a new program, USF Law brings better writing to the field of tax law.

October 21, 2022

The cheering section for USF men’s basketball will get a little bigger this season as at least nine Dons games are scheduled for broadcast onto screens across the globe.

October 21, 2022
Equipped to Lead and Succeed

Growing up, Sophia Abebe didn’t know a single lawyer. Raised in Northern Virginia by parents who immigrated to the United States from Ethiopia, she believes her self-discipline has helped her achieve many goals, including becoming a law student.

October 20, 2022
Equipped to Lead and Succeed
October 19, 2022