To simply call 2015 Ethnic Studies graduate Daniela Conde a role model, even if it’s a valid assessment, isn’t easy for her to embrace. She doesn't seek individual spotlight and finds it very uncomfortable.
School of Leadership and Education Sciences graduate Ebtesam Alteneiji didn’t arrive at the University of San Diego in the most traditional way. She was urged to attend by her government, the United Arab Emirates.
For USD’s class of 2015, Adobe is a prominent company. Five recent graduates have secured full-time jobs with the technology giant. Brianna Kirkpatrick, for one, cites the Torero Trek as changing her future.
Graduating seniors Dominic Pera, USD's 2014-15 Associated Students president, and Taylor Noonan, a standout student-athlete, were selected as the male and female recipients of USD's Alcalá Award on May 24.
When Amazon starts delivering packages by drones, new Industrial and Systems Engineering graduate Federica Arriaga might be involved. She's been hired at Amazon’s Fulfillment Center as a project engineer.