World of Design

February 25, 2021

Johnny Martinez took his graphic design degree from USF to Shanghai, working with Nike and continuing to develop his skills as a creative leader.

Love at first Hike

February 15, 2021

Joe and Brooke (Weaver) Chambers met as USF freshmen, discovered chemistry during class, fell in love and are building lives together as molecular biologists.


February 12, 2021

Larry and Katie Wiedman have spent more than half of their 40-year marriage connected to University of Saint Francis students. They relish unbreakable bonds.

Human Touch

February 9, 2021

As young nurses beginning their careers, recent University of Saint Francis graduates are grateful to learn so much during the COVID-19 pandemic. But their newfound knowledge has been accompanied by stress, worry, fatigue and—in a positive reflection of their USF education—empathy.

Protecting the Public

January 22, 2021

Dr. Libby Richards worked to help others as soon as she could, proving to be an essential educator during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Man in Motion

January 20, 2021

During his first three months on the job, University of Saint Francis President Rev. Dr. Eric Albert Zimmer made a clear first impression: HE WILL LEAD ON THE MOVE.

Taking a Chance

December 15, 2020

Stephanie Martin (MS ’16) had $125 and an endless supply of faith and passion when she opened A Chance Re-Employment and Training Agency. That sounds like an imbalance of assets, but it all depends on what you value.

Taking Charge

November 17, 2020

Talented and driven women lead the way in USF’s academic restructuring. They share a commitment to pursuing innovation in higher education.

Change Agent

May 15, 2020

Fewer than 1,000 students were enrolled at Saint Francis College when Sister M. Elise Kriss took over as president. She aimed to change that. To say she succeeded is a vast understatement.

Courting Success

November 25, 2019

Cameron Smith became a court reporter because he had a little extra time and an influential adviser. Little did he know a career was calling.

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