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USF women are leading and succeeding in diverse
industries, including many that remain dominated by men. Here, in honor of
Women’s History Month, we present a series of profiles of exceptional,
inspirational women who are making their mark in fields from computer science
to stand-up comedy.
Can a USF staff member ever fully understand the student experience? Can a student understand the inner workings of how the University operates? These three student-staff-members know.
“Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer,” by best-selling author, blogger, and USF environmental studies instructor Novella Carpenter, has been named Marin County’s must-read book of the year.
This year’s “Suit Yourself” fashion show invited Primed & Prepped, a hospitality management mentoring and job training program for young men of color ages 15-19, from Bayview.
School of Law Dean John Trasviña celebrated the courage
of young people pushing for change in his first campus-wide address,
commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
USF is honoring donors
this week with a series of events to raise awareness about philanthropy on campus.
Associate Professor Kimberly Rae Connor’s scholarship related to the slave narrative garners well-deserved attention from her alma mater. Discover more about her contributions.
A new half-million-dollar science
laboratory is shaking up the way research is done at USF. The lab advances the
university’s research in specialties like cancer, climate change, and nanotechnology
by 20 years.
Susan Steinberg’s most recent book of short stories about
bad girls and broken hearts is a Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist.
Find out how innovative USF student duo Michael Appezzato and Jing Zhang created the platform for building a digital resume.