November 16, 2023
November 16, 2023
More USF News
Staying in the city over winter break? Here are six things to do.
The University of San Francisco School of Nursing and Health Professions has launched the Nurse Health Equity Scholars program, the first of its kind in California.
The University of San Francisco’s Thanksgiving Food Drive has been a cherished tradition for 28 years. This year, organizations across campus went head-to-head to raise enough funds to feed over 100 families in the Western Addition and Tenderloin neighborhoods of San Francisco.
Allen Hardison ’19 has succeeded Mitch Cox ’98 as commissioner of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), the most successful Division II intercollegiate athletic conference in the U.S.
Craig Santos Perez MFA ’06 won the 2023 National Book Award for poetry for his book, from unincorporated territory [åmot], the fifth work in a series about his native Guam.
At the Meet the Pros event, USF alumni from top organizations met with students on campus last week to answer questions about jobs, internships, and company cultures.
At the start of her senior year at USF, Giuliana Salomone ’22 had never operated a video camera. By the end, she’d shot, edited, and released her first film.
Every fall session, the Fromm Institute showcases USF Faculty, leaders, researchers, and students with the Series “Changing the World From Here – USF Faculty Lectures” — a culmination and celebration of several projects: The concerted effort to diversify the Fromm Institute’s academic offerings, a forum to support intergenerational exchange and USF’s “Age-Friendly University” initiative, and a formal recognition of the Fromm Institute’s longtime relationship with USF.
Mary Jane Theis becomes USF Law’s highest-ranking jurist.
Professor Bill Ong Hing says his newly published book, “Humanizing Immigration: How to Transform Our Racist and Unjust System”(Beacon Press 2023), is different from his prior ones. Less academic and thoroughly personal, Hing wrote an emotional reflection on his decades of experience with the American immigration legal system.