USF To Pay $2.5M Over Alleged False Claims For Student Grants Following Whistleblower ComplaintThe University of San Francisco has agreed to to pay $2.56 million over fraudulent claims for federal AmeriCorps grant funds for students working towards teaching degrees, according to federal authorities.
UCSF Offers Free COVID-19 Tests To CA Counties; Cal Launches Asymptomatic StudyResearchers at Northern California universities are not wasting any time in the race for more COVID-19 testing and research to find a cure.
USF Student Accused Of Sending Threatening Messages To Students IdentifiedOfficers arrested a 19-year-old University of San Francisco student on Sunday after the student allegedly sent threatening messages to two other students, police said.
USF Student In Custody After Alleged Online Threats Prompt Campus AlertOfficers took a University of San Francisco student into custody on Sunday after the student allegedly made threats online, prompting rumors of a shooter on campus.
App Aims To Help Survivors Report Sexual MisconductAn app used by a growing number of college campuses for survivors to make sure there is a record.
UC Berkeley, USF Among Schools Helping Immigrants Amid DACA ConfusionMixed signals from Washington over a possible agreement to preserve protections for young immigrants are increasing anxiety and confusion on college campuses, where the stakes are high.
University of San Francisco Holds First Black Student OrientationThis year there will be a new orientation program at University of San Francisco that is only for black students.
USF Nursing Student Arrested On Suspicion Of Possessing Child PornThe suspect allegedly had more than 600 images of children, many of whom appeared to be under 3 years of age, according to police.
USF Women’s Basketball Coach Jennifer Azzi Steps DownAfter coaching the University of San Francisco women’s basketball program for six seasons, Jennifer Azzi announced her resignation Thursday.
Assistant Dean Says Healthcare Students Have Endless OpportunitiesEnna Trevathan, D.N.P. is assistant dean for Educational Outreach of the University of San Francisco's School of Nursing and Health Professions.
Professor Encourages Education Majors To Adapt To New TechnologiesAccording to a report published earlier this month from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and Workforce, job opportunities for college-educated workers have risen dramatically.
San Francisco Health Care Students Must Develop Clinical ExpertiseSusan Penner, DrPH teaches courses in financial management and in program planning, management and evaluation for online and traditional nursing and MPH programs at USF.
Silicon Valley's Hi-Tech Industry Underwhelmed With Pres. Obama's Immigration ReformPresident Obama’s immigration announcement on Thursday fell failed to impress the technology interests in Silicon Valley as there were no assurances for an increase in hi-tech visas.
Pres. Obama's Executive Order On Immigration Will Impact Bay Area's Diverse PopulationAfter President Obama makes his announcement on immigration reform tonight, he will sign the executive order into law at a ceremony in Las Vegas on Friday that will shield about 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. KCBS talks with law professor Bill Hing to discuss its impact on the Bay Area and beyond.
Former SFSU Professor Accused Of Secretly Recording Video Of Students In Bathroom Of His HomeA former San Francisco State University professor has been arrested for allegedly filming students using the bathroom in his home.