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FROM Inside USD

Lasting Legacy

Proceeds from the Daniel Burkett '06 Memorial Golf Tournament provide scholarship funds for USD students. Matthew Maricic '15 (far left) is the new recipient. ...
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FROM Inside USD

Multicultural Celebration

The United Front Multicultural Center hosts its big fall semester event, Multicultural Night, on Nov. 14. The theme is "Celebrate USD." It's free and all are welcome to attend....
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FROM Inside USD

Alumna's Advice

Environmental Studies alumna Bemmy Maharramov '02 spoke to USD students about sustainable food systems to improve local food security and ecosystem function....
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FROM USD Athletics

WCC Soccer Champions

The USD men's soccer team captured its second West Coast Conference title in three years with a Nov. 9 win over University of San Francisco....
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Conference Explores Mind, Body and Spirit Connections

In today's frenetic world it's no wonder that interest is growing in Contemplative Studies to find deeper meaning and purpose in life. ...

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Live Stream: Nov. 17 USD Madrid Center Inauguration

The University of San Diego will celebrate the start of International Education Week Nov. 17 with the inauguration of the Madrid Center. See the 11 a.m. celebration via live stream on campus and online....

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Fall USD Teams Thrive, Basketball Set to Start

Plenty of sports action for USD fans to enjoy right now: NCAA soccer games, football vies for PFL title and playoffs and the 2014-15 men and women's basketball seasons are ready to start....

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Leadership Expert Explains Science of Motivation

Leadership expert Susan Fowler, who teaches in USD's Master of Science in Executive Leadership program, spoke on the science of motivation at a recent campus talk....

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Getting to Know: New Harpst CCTC Director Jeffrey Burns

The University of San Diego welcomes Jeffrey Burns, PhD, as its new director of the Frances G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture....

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Nov. 11: "Stuffed and Starved" Author Speaks at USD

Raj Patel, author of the book "Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System," will speak Nov. 11 at USD's Shiley Theatre. His book is the designated USD Just Read selection....

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Resolving to End Conflict

Ami Carpenter, associate professor in the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies, participated in an Expert Group Roundtable on conflict resilience whose insights were to benefit diplomats for the 69th Session of the UN General Assembly....

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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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Torero Life Abroad: Great Food, Alcalá, Friends, Retiro Park Fun

Torero Life Abroad is featuring periodical updates from USD junior Courtney Atienza, who is studying abroad this semester in Madrid. This time, she discusses some of the culture she's enjoyed there....