Campus News

January 06, 2010
By Donna Hemmila Vowing to protect higher education funding, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed a bold proposal Wednesday (Jan. 6) to amend the state constitution to shift money from prisons to higher education. Read full story on the UC Newsroom website.
January 05, 2010
UCSF is offering students increased support – financial, educational and social – to help maintain its competitiveness as an accredited health sciences university.
January 05, 2010
UCSF Chancellor Sue Desmond-Hellmann, MD, MPH, today announced the appointment of John Plotts for the position of senior vice chancellor of Finance and Administration subject to approval by the Regents.
January 04, 2010
UCSF’s Philip Hopewell, an international expert on tuberculosis control, will talk about progress and problems combating TB today on the Parnassus campus.
January 04, 2010
The University of California will remember 2009 as a challenging year that also brought some good news, including the arrival of UCSF's new chancellor and the naming of UCSF's fourth Nobel laureate. Read the UC story.
December 30, 2009
From students documenting their first year at the University and student groups offering updates on campus events, to UCSF-trained nurses and physicians recording their experiences in such far-flung locations as Malawi and Swaziland, UCSF faculty, staff and students have joined the blogging revolution in force.
December 29, 2009
A tiny department on the UCSF School of Nursing has yielded big developments, including supplying much of the ammunition informing the most significant public discussions about health and health care over the past half century.
December 28, 2009
UCSF’s Phil Darney is co-leading a new Center of Expertise on Women’s Health and Empowerment that will tackle global health issues such as violence against women and reproductive health and rights.
December 22, 2009
UCSF School of Nursing master’s student Alfredo Mireles was selected for a prestigious, 11-month fellowship with the California state government.
December 21, 2009
Health care reformers know there won’t be enough primary care physicians to meet the need. Nurse practitioners and midwives are ready, willing and able to fill the gap.

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