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Nurses participate in educational exercises at VA Northern California Health Care System.

USF Graduates First Class of Nurses Focused on Veterans

The University of San Francisco (USF) School of Nursing and Health Professions is celebrating the graduation of the inaugural class of students who participated in the Veteran Affairs Nursing Academic Partnership.
Cilla Su, a San Francisco teacher at Galileo High School, gets coding tips from master trainer Pierre Huguet during class. Photo courtesy of USF.

Diversifying Computer Science

By Ed Carpenter, USF News   USF computer scientists have joined the national Computer Science For All movement to train 10,000 public school teachers to teach under-resourced high school students computer programming. It’s an effort [...]
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USF to Recognize Malveaux for Working to Improve Foster Care Systems

By Arvin Temkar, USF News   Antoinette Malveaux ’81 has been named the 2016 University of San Francisco alumna of the year for her service to the university and her work to improve the foster [...]
Students vounteer with Habitat for Humanity in Oceanview.

University of San Francisco Volunteers Clean Beaches, Build Trails, Construct Homes

By Arvin Temkar, USF News   About 200 USFers pitched in to help make San Francisco a better city for April Action, the university’s volunteer day.   On April 16, students, alumni, faculty, staff, and [...]
USF artist Estria Miyashiro '92 and students paint a mural depicting Hawaiian culture and lore.

USF Students Transformed by Artist’s Mission to Serve the Underserved

Josue Rojas met acclaimed USF graffiti-style muralist Estria Miyashiro ’92 at a pivotal moment, perhaps the most pivotal moment of his life. He was surrounded by violence and hanging with the wrong crowd. Today, Rojas [...]
Russel Craig, who paroled from Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, displayed a portrait of himself that he drew while still in prison. The portrait is drawn on prison documents such as medical slips, grievances, and disciplinary write ups that he got while incarcerated. For more on his work, go to: instagram/rcraig267.

OP-ED: Arts in the Prisons Create Opportunities for Justice

By Troy Williams   California Lawyers for the Arts and the William James Association, in collaboration with the University of San Francisco (USF), recently hosted a four-day national conference, “Arts in Corrections: Opportunities for Justice [...]