Hilda Loh-Guan MMLIS ’18 has become the first student in USC Marshall’s newly accredited Master of Management in Library and Information Science (MMLIS) program to… Read more »
Viet Thanh Nguyen, Aerol Arnold Chair of English and professor of English, American studies and ethnicity and comparative literature, has been selected as a 2017… Read more »
Samuel Andrew Hires of biological sciences earned Dornsife’s first-ever New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health for research that could one day lead… Read more »
IEEE has recognized USC’s Mark Humayun as being at the forefront of cutting-edge research in the field of biomedical engineering
USC students on a Maymester course travel to Argentina to undertake hands-on geological fieldwork, studying the 470 million-year-old Famatinian Arc and learning to work as an international research team.
A rising tide has elevated and placed new emphasis on the efforts of Blair and his colleagues. USC Provost Michael Quick has tasked all of the university’s arts schools with developing a cohesive initiative around arts and social change.
For her dissertation, Bell developed a pilot community service worker program for Riverside County that would train and employ older adults to work on the front lines of social service delivery and assist professionals with programs and services that need additional support.
USC Dornsife’s Stephen Lopez leads a community event advising people how they can assist loved ones who may have a serious mental illness.
Stem cell research has been a passion for Natasha Natarajan since she was 15. Now she’s pursuing a master’s in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine.
The renowned USC Dornsife chemist takes part in a panel discussion about the role of Russian science in reshaping global innovation in the years to… Read more »