March 23, 2023
March 23, 2023
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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.
When Danielle Savage looks at her computer screen, she sees data. But she also sees thousands of children whose lives she can improve
As we welcome in the new year on the Gregorian calendar, the 2023 Lunar New Year begins on Sunday, January 22. Lunar New Year is a season for auspicious tidings across many Asian countries, and as the festive period approaches, three USF alumni reflect on the celebratory rituals, gatherings, and foods that help them keep their heritage alive.
The University of San Francisco received $15 million dollars from an auction of the Ann and Gordon Getty Collection.
It’s time to review the year in stories at the University of San Francisco. These are 2022’s most read USF News stories by students, alumni, parents, friends, faculty, and staff, starting with the No. 1 article.
When they collected their diplomas on Dec. 16, these members of the Class of 2022 already had jobs lined up. Here’s how they did it.
Mark and Liz Vorsatz, together with Andersen and the Andersen Foundation have committed to give $1 million to the School of Management’s MBA program.
Sixty-seven years after starting college at USF, Charles Lyden Murphy Sr. will walk across the sanctuary in St. Ignatius Church tomorrow and receive a bachelor of business administration.
A recent Career Services Center survey of USF’s Class of 2021 shows the highest paying majors are computer science, nursing, business administration, and finance.
In advance of commencement on Dec. 16, professors take a moment to recognize graduates for their hard work.