I’m thrilled to share my recent TEDx talk with you. The video is a quick 10 minutes and is all about YOU (really)! It’s full of engaging examples, some funny and some thought provoking. Most important, it’s about how every decision you make can put up walls or open doors (something you can control everyday).
Charles and Nancy Geschke cut the ribbon of the Geschke Learning Resource Center in 1997, welcoming an increase in Gleeson Library’s collection of books, references, and resources. Nancy Geschke noted, “it will be the center of learning at USF, and learning is obviously the heart of the University.” Today, the heart of the University holds 2,020,295 items and welcomes 376,651 visitors annually.
In the Gleeson Library | Geschke Center, I __________.
85 years ago, your oldest existing school building on the main campus was built: Kalmanovitz Hall (formerly known as Campion Hall, until 2008). Back then, “K Hall” housed the entire college. Today, it is home to the humanities and social sciences.
Until June 1978, Lone Mountain was the San Francisco College for Women. Today, 78,000 USF alumni and 1,200 Lone Mountain alumnae (like the class committee of 1956 on the photo) may remember hiking up and down the 104 steps of the Lone Mountain stairs on their way to class.
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