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  • Jan. 24, 2020

    San Diego Union-Tribune

    Would it be more cost-effective in dealing with homelessness for Californians to repeal Props 47 and 57?

    Faulconer said those reforms contributed to homelessness because “folks are not going to change without consequences for their actions.” USD professors Alan Gin and Norm Miller weigh in.

  • Jan. 24, 2020

    Los Angeles Times

    CBA and salary cap expert Jeff Solomon keeps the Kings’ bottom line in the black

    Ahead of the 2006-07 season, University of San Diego law school alumnus Jeff Solomon was hired by the Kings. In the decade-and-a-half since, he helped them construct two Stanley Cup-winning teams and navigate several complex contractual situations.

  • Jan. 22, 2020

    Supply Chain Dive

    Three Retail Supply Chain Fails of 2019 and How to Avoid Them in 2020"That's the part that's really disconcerting is not picking up on it quickly enough. If they didn't pick up on it, how can they respond to it? It's either a system failure or a human failure," said Simon Croom, professor of supply chain management at the University of San Diego.
  • Jan. 21, 2020

    US Catholic

    How Young Women Religious Are Changing the ChurchThese women usually come to their congregations with careers they will continue. Sister Maria Anna Dela Paz is a program coordinator at the University of San Diego. Others are counselors, teachers, lawyers, and full-time students. But they’ve also chosen a radically countercultural life of service to the church and those most in need.
  • Jan. 18, 2020

    10 News

    Parents fight for change after mistaken child abuse allegationIn California, Robert Fellmeth is the Director of the Children’s Advocacy Institute at the University of San Diego. He says a misdiagnosis is not common, but he has heard of it happening.
  • Jan. 17, 2020

    Dame

    Can Fintech Support a Women-led Economy?  “The only reason they’re the ones doing the funding is because women haven’t been in the pipeline long enough to be at that stage," said Tara Ceranic Salinas, professor of business ethics at the USD School of Business. 
  • Jan. 16, 2020

    KUSI

    Cyber-hygiene to Stay Safe OnlineUSD, adjunct professor of cybersecurity Nikolas Behar sat down with KUSI to talk about best online practices in the new year.
  • Jan. 15, 2020

    San Diego Metropolitan

    USD’s Master’s in Supply Chain Management Ranked High by U.S. News & World Report The University of San Diego School of Business Master’s in Supply Chain Management ranks second for online graduate business programs for veterans in California and is tied for 22nd in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
  • Jan. 14, 2020

    Search Business Analytics

    How to Enhance Your Data Science StorytellingAndrea Godfrey Flynn, associate professor of marketing and the academic director for the Master of Science in Business Analytics program at the University of San Diego School of Business, said that data translators who specialize in storytelling have evolved to become one of the key roles to complement data engineers, data scientists and data visualization experts.
  • Jan. 14, 2020

    Boss Magazine

    What Supply Chain Hiring Managers WantWhat are the skills and attributes required to be successful in supply chain organizations? (Joel Sutherland is managind director of the USD Supply Chain Management Institute). 
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    KNX Radio

    USD Astronaut Thanks His Mentors Jonny Kim thanks his mentors and teachers for his achievements in the Navy and as an astronaut. 
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    NBC 7

    USD Alumni Become NASA Astronauts Two USD alumni, Jonny Kim and Matthew Dominick, are headed for space. 
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    KCAL

    Santa Monica Graduate Becomes Astronaut Jonny Kim graduated from Santa Monica High School and become a Navy Seal before earning his bachelor's degree from USD and joining NASA. 
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    CBS 8

    2 University of San Diego Alumni, Navy Veterans Graduate from NASA Astronaut ProgramNASA confirmed that University of San Diego alumni Matthew Dominick and Dr. Jonny Kim graduated from NASA's prestigious space program in Houston on Friday, Jan. 10. Both USD alumni are members of the 2017 Astronaut Class - a group that more than 18,000 applicants reportedly wanted to be apart of, but only 11 people were accepted.
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    10 News

    University of San Diego Grads Become Astronaut CandidatesTwo University of San Diego graduates may eventually find themselves among the stars.
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    WFMZ

    NASA's Astronaut Candidates with Ties to Massachusetts to Graduate with Eye on Artemis MissionsDr. Jonny Kim, a U.S. Navy lieutenant, was born and raised in Los Angeles. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy, then trained and operated as a Navy SEAL, completing more than 100 combat operations and earning a Silver Star and Bronze Star with Combat V. Afterward, he went on to complete a degree in mathematics at the University of San Diego and a doctorate of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Kim was a resident physician in emergency medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    Roundup Reads

    Newest Astronauts to Graduate FridayThe newest class of astronauts, consisting of 11 NASA candidates and two Canadian Space Agency (CSA) candidates, are set to graduate later this week at 9:30 a.m. CT Friday, Jan. 10. Amonth the class are USD graduates Matthew Dominick and Jonny Kim. 
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    10 Boston

    MGH Resident Selected for Astronaut Training MGH resident Jonny Kim was selected for astronaut training. 
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    Forum Daily

    New NASA Astronauts Chosen  Matthew Dominick, 35 years, lieutenant-commander of the US Navy, Vit Ridge, Colorado. He received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of San Diego and became a master of science in engineering systems at the Naval Postgraduate School. Jonny Kim, 33 of the year, lieutenant of the US Navy, Los Angeles. Enrolled in the US Navy, where he completed 100 combat missions and received a Silver and Bronze Star. Then he returned to the University of San Diego, where he received a degree in mathematics and graduated from the Harvard Medical School.  
  • Jan. 13, 2020

    CBS Denver 4

    Colorado Astronauts, Jessica Watkins & Matthew Dominick, Could Be Headed To Mars, The MoonTwo astronauts from Colorado could find themselves on the International Space Station, walking on the moon, or one day headed to Mars. U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Matthew Dominick of Wheat Ridge and Jessica Watkins from Lafayette are part of the first class of astronaut candidates to graduate under the Artemis program.