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Equity Through Electric Bicycles
In this week's blog, we hear from Jackson Nutt-Beers '21, graduate student in the More)
Black, Latina, and Whole
Camila Mena '20 reflects in this week's blog on being Black and being Latina and how her overall life experiences that have made her the person she is today. She joins over 20 students in the More)
Privacy and the Census
Maria Amezcua '20, a member of the graduating class of the M.A. Urban and Public Affairs (UPA) program writes on the elements of privacy concerns related to the (More)
Thrills at 48 Hills
Zachary James '20, graduate student in the Urban and Public Affairs program, spent his summer working in the field of investigative journalism as a writer for th (More)
Heart in Health Policy
Over this past summer, Gabriella Ruiz '20, Grad Student in the Master of Arts in Urban and Public Affairs, chose to do her required internship at the San Francisco Department of Public Health. She reveals in this week's blog the support she gave in a (More)
Our Best of Student Success
When you think about the best of USF and the best of student leadership and service, it’s impossible NOT to think about the McCarthy Center. Join us at BOSS – the Best of Student Success – on Friday, October 18 from noon to 2:30 at the McLaren Center (More)
Changing Focus: My Masters Journey
Joaquin Cabello '19 (R) recently graduated from the MA Urban & Public Affairs (UPA) Program, pictured above with UPA Faculty Director, Dr. Rachel Brahinsky (L), spending the last 2 years in San Francisco after travelling from his home in Chile. H (More)
Resilience in SoMa
Recent  Master of Arts in Urban and Public Affairs graduate and San Francisco native, Jeantelle Laberinto, focused her capstone thesis research on the Filipinx community in the San Francisco. Though centered on this community, it tells a wider story (More)
Political Communications in SF
Our graduate students in the Urban and Public Affairs Program have the amazing experience of interning in the political hub that is San Francisco. In this week's blog, we get some insight to the communications realm of politics through UPA student an (More)
Black Labor Matters
In this week’s blog, we explore the nexus of Labor and Race, and how the interests of recent MA Urban and Public Affairs Graduate, Alexandra Catsoullis, ‘19, ali (More)
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