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During the 2024 intersession, I had the opportunity to immerse myself in global health by participating in the Lesotho Global Health Immersion Program. This experience allowed me to help strengthen health systems in the resource-constrained country of Lesotho and culturally immerse myself in a new country.
Jennifer Cayanan is pursuing a master of science in nursing at USF while working as Health Equity Co-Director for LEAD Filipino, a non-profit in the South Bay.
Linda recounts her journey as a nurse in the military during the Vietnam War.
Associate Professor Annette Regan shares her experiences building a mission-driven research program and collaborating with health researchers across the globe.
Valerie Lam ’23 spoke at her commencement Dec. 15, urging fellow School of Management undergraduates to look to the future. For Lam, a business administration major, the future means starting a job at TIAA, the retirement fund, as a human resources associate in San Francisco. She got the job through the first friend she made at USF.
A message from the Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Professions.
The 165th Commencement ceremonies of the University of San Francisco will be Dec. 15 at St. Ignatius Church, with 762 graduates receiving degrees from the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Nursing and Health Professions, and the School of Management.
USF professors challenge existing paradigms to advance health equity and achieve health justice.
Three professors pursue global health as a human right.
Dhara Meghani, professor in the school of nursing and health professions, works to fill the care gap between prenatal and pediatric services for parents.