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FROM Inside USD

Building a Foundation

USD's architecture program showcased the strong work of its students through designs and study abroad research on mass housing and issues surrounding it....
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Passion to Serve

Members of USD's Class of 2014 with a passion to serve others as a student, are continuing this practice through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps now....
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Entrepreneurship Advice

Successful alumni entrepreneurs, including James Brennan (pictured), returned to USD in two separate events to share their experiences and answer students' questions....
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Adjusting Well

Torero Life Abroad: Academics, sightseeing and soccer help USD junior student Courtney Atienza settle in while studying abroad in Madrid this fall....
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Student's Internet Search Research Nets SIM Honor

Computer science senior Dan Partynski is doing innovative research to improve Internet searches and was recently honored for his work by the San Diego chapter of the Society for Information Management. ...

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Women PeaceMakers Bring Stories to Life

The 2014 Women PeaceMakers, Margaret Arach Orech (Uganda), Ashima Kaul (Kashmir), Nimalka Fernando (Sri Lanka) and Robi Damelin (Israel), opened their eight-week residence at USD with a panel discussion....

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Even at a Distance, Sons' Autism Strengthens Alum

Despite living 1,500 miles apart, alumnus Chris Brusca '00, '06, a Navy lieutenant commander in San Diego, and his wife and five children, including two with autism, maintain a family bond....

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Getting to Know Your Professors: KSPS' Necla Tschirgi

Learn more about Turkey-born and raised Necla Tschirgi, a professor of practice for Human Security and Peacebuilding in the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies' master's degree program. ...

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USD Changemaker: Gabriella Russo

USD junior Gabriella Russo's Summer Changemaker Fellowship project sought to localize a global problem of food waste when there are many who go hungry. ...

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SOLES Students Help Bill Pass to Aid Foster Youth

Graduate students' work in a USD nonprofit management course help with passage of a California law that foster youth enrolled in an education program can receive housing support through age 25....

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USD Football's Pioneering Spirit

As the 2014 USD Homecoming Football game takes place Saturday, it's a good opportunity to reflect on the origins of the football program in 1956 and 1957 when it was the San Diego College for Men and its nickname was the Pioneers....

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Alumna Entrepreneur: Lynn R. Hijar

USD alumna, Lynn R. Hijar '98, '06, is founder and CEO of iBiz247, a one-stop international business center. She's one of several alumni set to speak at the Oct. 9 USD Alumni Legacy Entrepreneurship Conference. ...

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Support for USD Veteran Students: New Center, NSF Grant

A new Veterans' Center opens Oct. 16 at USD and two professors were awarded a $470,000 National Science Foundation grant to study how to encourage more veterans to become engineers....