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  • Oct. 11, 2019

    San Diego Union-Tribune

    Barcelona Roots Help Power USD USD senior forward Miguel Berry has taken 41 shots this season, scoring eight goals in 10 games, ranking 14th nationally. 
  • Oct. 11, 2019

    Times of San Diego

    San Diego Foundation Awards $364,000 for Local Projects to Address Climate ChangeThe 2019 grants also support the findings from the “San Diego, 2050 is Calling. How Will We Answer?” report, which outlines the broad set of challenges San Diego faces from a changing climate — including diminishing water resources, more extreme wildfires and coastal flooding — and calls on community leaders to work together to invest in solutions to manage these risks.
  • Oct. 11, 2019

    The Washington Post

    Smartphones Are Changing the Way We TypeSmartphone usage can lead to neck, shoulder and grip issues, said Bradley Chase, an associate professor of industrial and systems engineering at the University of San Diego.
  • Oct. 11, 2019

    The Journal Record

    Shrum named 2019 Woman of the YearJackie Freiberg, corporate culture and leadership strategist and best-selling author of Do Something Now, delivered the keynote address at this year’s event at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. A business owner and entrepreneur, Freiberg speaks, consults and writes on leadership, innovation, employee engagement, cause, team chemistry and the “SheEconomy.” She also teaches graduate classes at the University of San Diego, School of Leadership & Education.
  • Oct. 11, 2019

    Broadway World San Diego

    Globe/USD Shiley M.F.A. Program Present TWELFTH NIGHTThe Old Globe today announced its latest cast and creative team as the illustrious actors in The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program expertly perform William Shakespeare's magical comedy Twelfth Night, directed by Jesse Perez, the program's Director of Professional Training and a noted actor (Off Broadway's Party People, the Globe's Romeo and Juliet, La Jolla Playhouse's Seize the King).
  • Oct. 11, 2019

    The San Diego Union Tribune

    NAACP gala marks 100 years in San Diego“In terms of civil rights, the NAACP was definitely one of the more active organizations in the 1950s,” said Channon Miller, an assistant professor of history at the University of San Diego, who has studied civil rights movements. “This definitely becomes apparent in the ‘50s, when black communities are considering what is desired and what is needed to achieve freedom.”
  • Oct. 11, 2019

    Fox 5 News

    New Renter Protections In CaliforniaUSD Professor John Demas from the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate talked about the state's new rent control law. 
  • Oct. 9, 2019

    The Washington Post

    Smartphones Are Changing the Way We Type

    Smartphone usage can lead to neck, shoulder and grip issues, said Bradley Chase, an associate professor of industrial and systems engineering at the University of San Diego.

    “The concerns aren’t fewer, just different” than those with traditional keyboards, Chase said.

  • Oct. 9, 2019

    The Irish Times

    Why Extrovert CEOs May Be Bad for BusinessThe stereotypical image of a successful corporate leader is of a charismatic extrovert, a persuasive and sociable fellow (it’s usually a fellow) who commands attention and respect. However, extrovert CEOs may be more likely to hurt their companies than to help them. According to a recent University of San Diego study, CEO Extroversion and the Cost of Equity Capital, companies headed by extrovert CEOs have lower valuations than businesses led by their introverted counterparts.
  • Oct. 9, 2019

    KUSI-SD

    Bill Murray's Sister "Nancy The Nun" Will Play a One Woman Show At USDSister Nancy Marie brings to life the characters behind God's work. She has performed all around the world including Australia, Europe, and the Carribean and she is here this morning talking about her upcoming show at the University of San Diego. 
  • Oct. 9, 2019

    The San Diego Union Tribune

    Breast Cancer Charity a Mother-Daughter Passion ProjectShades of Pink California owes its existence to a favor between friends: Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority sisters Farmer and Christina Fulcher. Fulcher was organizing KKG alumni activities at the University of San Diego in 2013 when she invited Farmer to attend a fundraising event she’d planned for the Shades of Pink Foundation in Michigan.
  • Oct. 8, 2019

    ABC 10 News San Diego

    Cybersecurity Jobs Skyrocket in San DiegoSAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- The University of San Diego is working to give a boost to those interested in getting a foot in the door of the ever-growing field of cybersecurity. To create the six-month program, USD partnered with a bootcamp company to get people trained and employed in cybersecurity as soon as possible.
  • Oct. 8, 2019

    Seattle Times

    American Guns Are Stoking a Homicide Epidemic in MexicoThe University of San Diego researchers found that U.S. gun dealers experienced an immediate rise in sales of guns destined for Mexico – and that by 2012 annual purchases were triple the pre-ban totals.
  • Oct. 4, 2019

    Associated Press

    $500 a month for free: Data shows how people spent the moneyMatt Zwolinski, director of the Center for Ethics, Economics and Public Policy at the University of San Diego, said people aren’t likely to change their behavior if they know the money they are getting will stop after a year and a half. That’s one reason why he says the experiment is “really more about story telling than it is about social science.”
  • Oct. 4, 2019

    Retina

    Renta básica universal El experimento de Silicon Valley con el salario básico universal"Lo más interesante del proyecto de Stockton es que nos va a ofrecer ejemplos concretos, con cara y nombre y apellidos, de lo que las personas reales pueden hacer con un ingreso de efectivo extra al mes”, explica el profesor Matt Zwolinski, de la Universidad de San Diego, experto en el tema."
  • Oct. 3, 2019

    KPBS

    ‘Operation Dress Code’ Accepting Clothing Donations For Female VeteransA campaign to collect clothes for female veterans transitioning into civilian careers kicks off this week at the University of San Diego, Then, early next month, the clothing will be given out to female veterans during an event at USD.
  • Oct. 3, 2019

    TIMES OF SAN DIEGO

    USD Real Estate Program Ranks as Best in the U.S. for 3rd Year in a RowFor the third year in a row, the Burnham-Moores Center for Real State at the University of San Diego has been ranked by College Factual as the top college real estate program. 
  • Oct. 3, 2019

    Institutional Investor

    Study Points to Past Pay- to-Play in Public PensionsA donor’s client base had half a percentage point more government accounts — a number equating to about 390 more mandates for the average firm, according to authors William Beggs, a finance professor at the University of San Diego, and Thuong Harvison, a PhD candidate at the University of Arizona.
  • Oct. 2, 2019

    FOX 5

    USD Student Makes Olympic Sport Climbing TeamBrooke Raboutou can officially call herself an Olympian. The University of San Diego sophomore became the first U.S. athlete to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo summer games in the new discipline of indoor sport climbing.
  • Oct. 2, 2019

    SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE

    Oceanside School Bus Program Had Little Oversight From District, CityMargaret Dalton, a vice dean and professor of education law at the University of San Diego, said the practice appears improper on the face of it.