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  • Jun. 20, 2018

    Bainbridge Island Review

    Islanders Earn Bachelor’s DegreesTwo students from Bainbridge Island have been awarded undergraduate degrees from the University of San Diego.
  • Jun. 20, 2018

    The Sentinel

    Kudos: Scholarship Winners and University GraduatesSonia Aguilar of Coalinga graduated from the University of San Diego. Aguilar earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology. 
  • Jun. 19, 2018

    KPCC

    California’s High Rent Leaves Many One Crisis Away from Financial RuinUniversity of San Diego economics professor Alan Gin said there is a practical reason the federal government recommends that people not spend more than 30 percent of their income on housing.
  • Jun. 19, 2018

    NBC San Diego

    USD Social Innovation Challenge The University of San Diego Social Innovation Challenge is expanding globally. 
  • Jun. 18, 2018

    San Diego Union Tribune

    Kate Burton is at the center of 'The Tempest' in Old Globe's Shakespeare Festival openerNora Carroll, a newly minted graduate of the Old Globe/University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program, is playing Miranda at the Globe.
  • Jun. 18, 2018

    Dover Wicked Local

    Dover, Sherborn Academic AchieversIan MacDonald of Dover graduated from the University of San Diego on May 27. MacDonald earned a bachelor’s degree in finance.
  • Jun. 18, 2018

    San Diego Union Tribune

    Should Companies End Quarterly Earnings Guidance?One problem with American business is that there is too much focus on the short term, said USD economist Alan Gin.
  • Jun. 18, 2018

    National Geographic

    Meet the Single Dads of the Animal WorldFor one thing, flying is no longer an option. “The eggs are stuck on top of their wings,” says Kate Boersma, an entomologist at the University of San Diego, and that makes flight impossible.
  • Jun. 18, 2018

    Daily Republic

    Good News: 3 Solano students graduate from University of San DiegoSydney Ceccato of Fairfield earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Solomon-Dane Hood of Vacaville earned a bachelor’s degree in theatre arts and performance studies and music. Suzanne Sigler of Vallejo earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
     
  • Jun. 15, 2018

    Inside Higher Ed

    Innovation in Large Organizations How can large companies excel at innovation? In today's Academic Minute, the University of San Diego's Priya Kannan-Narasimhan determines the key may be looking at what they’re already succeeding in and doing it differently.
  • Jun. 13, 2018

    Times of San Diego

    Asylum Policy Change Called ‘Very Serious Erosion’ of Standards by USD ExpertAttorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to block entry into the U.S. by asylum seekers citing fears of domestic abuse or gang violence doesn’t leave many options for those facing persecution in Mexico and Central America, University of San Diego immigrant expert Ev Meade said Tuesday.
  • Jun. 13, 2018

    San Diego Union-Tribune

    This California Ghost Town Could Be Yours for Just Under $1 million“It’s a living ghost town,” says Realtor Jake Rasmuson, who graduated from the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at the University of San Diego.
  • Jun. 13, 2018

    San Diego Union-Tribune

    Little Italy's New Nolita Hall Aims to be World Cup CentralDouglas Hamm, 34, came into the hospitality business by way of being a real estate developer. He arrived in the region from Minnesota to study finance and philosophy at the University of San Diego and never returned to the Midwest.
  • Jun. 13, 2018

    KPBS

    USD Expert: Sessions’ Policy Change Leaves Asylum-Seekers Few OptionsAttorney General Jeff Sessions' decision to block entry into the U.S. by asylum-seekers, doesn't leave many options for those facing persecution in Mexico and Central America, University of San Diego immigrant expert Everard Meade said.
  • Jun. 12, 2018

    San Diego Union-Tribune

    Apartments Lead Increase in San Diego Homebuilding“The first quarter was pretty solid,” said University of San Diego economist Alan Gin. “I think we’ll probably be in better shape than last year.”
  • Jun. 12, 2018

    Lonny.com

    The World's First Hard Kombucha Brewery Gives Us Major Surf Shack VibesGreg Serrao and Forrest Dein: Forrest was traveling around the world filming surf and music documentaries, fine tuning his creative eye, and Greg was working as an early employee at a venture-backed startup learning how to run a business. Since meeting our first week at the University of San Diego, we had both always dreamed of starting a company together that would allow us to combine our complementary skill sets.
  • Jun. 12, 2018

    Hawaii Tribune Herald

    Honor RollAlex Magoon of Waimea graduated from the University of San Diego on May 27. Magoon earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and real estate.
  • Jun. 12, 2018

    Sonoma News

    Education Roundup, June 12The following students who graduated from the University of San Diego on May 27. Madison Burningham earned a bachelor’s degree in behavioral neuroscience. Monica Furne earned a bachelor’s degree in business economics. Maverick Hall earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, magna cum laude.
  • Jun. 12, 2018

    EYEWITNESS NEWS

    Dept. of Social Services Hosts Practicum for University of San Diego StudentsTen graduate students from the University of San Diego traveled to The Bahamas recently to participate in the in a week-long clinical practicum hosted by the Department of Social Services.
  • Jun. 11, 2018

    San Diego Union-Tribune

    Job Program, More Safe Parking on Horizon for Area HomelessHomeless people who sleep in their cars could have more places to safely and legally park in the near future and people in a temporary housing program could be offered a new jobs program, speakers at a symposium at the University of San Diego said last week.