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Class of 2015: Bonnie Campbell, CAS Valedictorian

Class of 2015: Bonnie Campbell, CAS Valedictorian
Thursday, May 21, 2015

Soon-to-be University of San Diego graduate and the 2015 College of Arts and Sciences Valedictorian, Bonnie Campbell, has always been motivated to spread compassion.

Class of 2015: Rob Wald, Law

Class of 2015: Rob Wald, Law
Wednesday, May 20, 2015

For 2015 USD School of Law graduate Captain Rob Wald, the end of law school signals a new adventure for him and his young family.

Clamming up Mission Bay

Clamming up Mission Bay
Monday, May 18, 2015

In another example of faculty-student collaboration, Alexander Blanco '16 and Environment and Ocean Sciences Professor Drew Talley, have documented the arrival of the manila clam to San Diego in the scientific journal PLOS ONE.

Research on ‘Other’ Helps McCandless Find Her Voice

Research on ‘Other’ Helps McCandless Find Her Voice
Monday, May 18, 2015

A research project on Latin America women and their testimonials on 'Otherness' or 'Other,' brought together all of Ali McCandless' academic interests for a better understanding of international women's history and developing her own voice regarding the issue of 'othering.'

Students Grow in Faith Formation Programs

Students Grow in Faith Formation Programs
Friday, May 15, 2015

The University of San Diego promotes its educational mission and vision as a desire to develop the whole person. At the foundation and at the heart of it all is having opportunities for students to grow in their faith.

Women’s and Gender Studies Work Fuels Students’ Pride, Purpose

Women’s and Gender Studies Work Fuels Students’ Pride, Purpose
Thursday, May 14, 2015

Most students rush to finish final projects and cram for exams during finals week. But for Ruby Beltrán and other Women's and Gender Studies minors, their final project was presented at a year-end banquet.

Student’s Peacebuilding Strengthened by Love

Student’s Peacebuilding Strengthened by Love
Wednesday, May 13, 2015

“Love” is a word that Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies grad student Naumana Suleman uses to describe her journey in life. Within that journey is a heartfelt desire to spread compassion throughout the world.

USD Study: Online Self-Presentations

USD Study: Online Self-Presentations
Wednesday, May 13, 2015

A new study from the University of San Diego finds that even though younger adults may regret how they have presented themselves on the Internet, those negative experiences motivate them to make better, more responsible choices in the future.