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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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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....

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AS President Cultivates Sense of Belonging at USD

Committed to community, change, and school pride, USD senior Dom Pera, the 2014-15 Associated Students President, is ready to take a leap forward with USD students....