Violence can become systemic and ignored in underserved communities. UCSF’s Wraparound Project is changing that case by case, helping those who have experienced traumatic violence to reshape their lives through financial relief, housing, trauma recovery, education and employment.
2018 State of the University address to UC San Francisco’s initiatives in the local community and efforts to increase diversity and inclusion.
From exploring the brain with virtual reality to learning about hearing, UCSF brought science to AT&T ballpark for the annual Discovery Day, which caps the Bay Area Science Festival.
In his fifth annual address, Chancellor Hawgood focused on the deep connections the University has to the Bay Area and its people.
To allow veterans and military service members to get to know the UC San Francisco community and consider UCSF as an employer of choice, the University will host its third annual Veterans Open House and Job Fair on Thursday, Nov. 8.
Hands-on science at AT&T Park, visits to neuroscience labs and talks to engage Latinx youth in science are just a few of the many activities UCSF has planned for this year’s Bay Area Science Festival.
To teach future doctors, nurses and pharmacists how they can advocate for systemic changes and how to improve their interactions with individual homeless patients, UCSF provides an elective course each fall.
Thanks to a strong partnership as well as the philanthropy of many donors, the New Generation Health Center is opening its doors at the Homeless Prenatal Program to ensure San Francisco residents receive critical reproductive health care for years to come.