I have spent the weekend reflecting on abuse of power — how it plays out in harassment in general and in sexual harassment specifically.
We know that many of you are disappointed by recent events at the medical school. We understand your concerns and we pledge to work with you to set a corrected course and to emerge stronger than before.
Message to the USC Community Dear Colleagues, As you may have heard, today Dr. Rohit Varma resigned as dean of the Keck School of Medicine… Read more »
We want to update you on the events that unfolded earlier today on our University Park Campus. Based on an unconfirmed report of an active… Read more »
We are deeply saddened by the horrific events in Las Vegas. The images from the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history are difficult to… Read more »
USC joined 30 other colleges and universities to encourage the U.S. Supreme Court to reject the federal travel ban affecting international students, faculty and staff from six countries. The institutions argued that the international populations are vital to the culture and community on campuses across the United States. From the amicus brief:
USC’s mission statement recognizes that our first priority is the education of our students. Every school and department should be working to improve the rigorous… Read more »
September 8, 2017 To the USC Community: In light of recent news about suggested revisions to federal guidance under Title IX, I want to reassure… Read more »
The USC Strategic Vision: Matching Deeds to Ambitions highlights the special prominence of the arts at our university, with six world-class arts schools, two museums… Read more »
Over the past year, we have been deeply engaged in questions of immigration and citizenship as they relate to the wellbeing of our students, faculty,… Read more »