Hundreds of students and faculty crowded into the Xavier auditorium to hear Dr. Roth talk about the economics of matching organ donors to donees, doctors to hospitals and students to schools, and how to make the world better through economics.
USF’s China Business Studies Initiative hosts the first academic and business interactive conference.
President of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program Alumni Association of Northern California holds an engaging discussion with an International Negotiation Class
Innovative technologies are changing the way hotels manage the guest experience. The School of Management is introducing these new technologies into the curriculum of the students in the Hospitality Management major, keeping them up-to-date with technological developments in their field and helping them be more successful in their careers.
University of San Francisco alumni land better-paying jobs than other college graduates, according to Affordable Colleges Online. The site ranks USF as one of the top universities in the country for computer science majors and among the best in California for undergraduate majors in general, based on what they earn over the course of their careers.
University of San Francisco Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Mark Cannice released his latest Venture Capital Confidence Index on Oct. 22, 2013.
Competing with data scientists around the world, MSAN students participated in a 24-hour hackathon.
The Adobe Systems co-founder shares his philosophies on culture, values and good leadership with ROTC military science seniors. Read Dr. Geschke’s inspirational advice.
Nobel Laureate Alvin E. Roth will address USF students, faculty, and alumni on “Who Gets What: The New Economics of Matching and Market Design” on November 14 in this year’s first event of the Finance and Economics Speaker Series.
Dr. Johnson’s book provides exemplary strategies for social justice advocacy by examining deliberative democracy, communication, and conflict resolution.
Valerie Lemke co-founded a community driven program that aims to sustain education in rural Africa.
Cutting-edge technology is changing the future of education by combining virtual environments with human behavior. Our own organizational behavior scholar went to Florida to learn more about immersive simulation.
USF President Stephen A. Privett, S.J. announced that he’ll step aside as the university’s president when his current term ends in May.
Corporate Knights ranked global business schools’ coursework, student-led initiatives and institutional support to determine their commitment to sustainability in learning, green business and the triple bottom line.
Over 300 new students received sample lectures on morality and cultural differences within the business environment, aiming to help students get the most out of their graduate programs and prepare them for their future positions as business leaders.
Over the past year, the nine competing schools have raised $6.3 million, with over 16,000 hours of volunteer work completed by their teams.
Conference topics included SF’s earthquake preparedness, Hurricane Katrina and the BP disaster response, lifelines and crisis situations, emergency operations and community resilience.
The conference focused on Armenia’s ongoing economic challenges and the role China’s Foreign Direct Investments play in Armenia and other countries.
Sonam Gill presented her research on U.S. policy and best practices at the International 100% Renewable Energy Conference (IRENEC) in Istanbul.
Two Public Administration conferences hosted by USF had participants discuss topics of utopia and pedagogical strategies as USF celebrated the 35th anniversary of its MPA program.
Professor Monika Hudson's entrepreneurship exercise, Marketing into Finance Scenario, is top ten in Innovative Entrepreneurship Education Competition.
Dr. Art Karshmer’s alma mater recognizes his “Outstanding Contributions to Society” with an Outstanding Achievement and Advocacy Award.
Students apply their business knowledge to give back to the community and become advocates for the disempowered by interning at nonprofit organizations.
Students and hospitality industry leaders focus on the future and engage on collaborative consumption, Airbnb, sustainable seafood and obesity.
Hundreds of students, alumni, and staff participated in service events with the School of Management sending over 100 volunteers on two occasions.
Silicon Valley Venture Capital Research Symposium attracted many Bay Area venture capitalists and attorneys to USF hilltop campus.
Dr. Geschke spoke to an audience of graduate students about leadership, values, failure and success, taking risks, learning opportunities and the future of business.
Dr. Richard Waters co-authored the book, Coming Out of the Closet: Exploring LGBT Issues in Strategic Communication with Theory and Research, which is coming out this June.
MBA students meet with world-class executives in the fields of technology, venture capital and law as research for their white papers.
MBA students faced off in a reverse business plan competition, in which they took on the role of venture capitalists, at the International Venture Capital Investment Competition.
Dr. Arthur I. Karshmer was awarded the Fred Strache Award for his leadership in the field of disability and technology, specifically for teaching mathematics to blind students and professionals.
Professor Xiaohua Yang encouraged Nevinger to submit her paper, “Localized Hiring in Chinese Multi-National Corporations,” to the Academy of International Business conference, where she presented.
Dr. Xiaohua Yang joins a European Union research project on multinational companies and global development challenges as part of the Research Institute for Managing Sustainability.
Professors Nicholas Imparato and Mouwafac Sidaoui led their winter class to Turkey and the United Arab Emirates for an immersive experience on Middle Eastern business practices and culture.
A Successful December 2012 Warm Wishes Backpack campaign
Opening remarks from Mayor Ed Lee and SF Police Chief and USF Alum Greg Suhr on this year's theme of Narcotics
Not For Sale's David Batstone studies top 300 apparel brands and empowers consumers with smartphone app.