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In a new program, USF Law brings better writing to the field of tax law.
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.
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.
On October 18, the School of Law, together with the San Francisco League of Women Voters, hosted a debate for the four candidates running to become San Francisco's next top prosecutor. Following the historic recall of former District Attorney Chesa Boudin, the debate presented voters with an opportunity to learn about each candidate's unique vision for criminal justice and accountability.
Monica Valencia JD ’17 credits “rebellious lawyering” for her successful representation of a young woman who fled gender-based violence in Guatemala with her two young children.
“Change the World from Here” means to me that I must do my very best to influence, honor, teach, acknowledge differences, respect others and give back on a daily basis in my work at USF. The students I teach will see the example I set and will go from here with these same values and spread the importance of being safe, competent, dedicated to duty and service and provide a genuine caring spirit to their patients and the world.
My passion for pursuing the medical industry, which led me into nursing, grew from my father, who suffered from chronic illness. My father could easily get sick, and it was hard to avoid even a cold as a kid. This experience shaped how I perceive illness and healing. My family and I would do anything to prevent him from getting sick.
Eileen Fry-Bowers is the new dean of the School of Nursing and Health Professions. Let’s get to know her.
Otgontsetseg "Otgo" Erhemjamts is the new dean of the School of Management. Let’s get to know her.