At the 10th annual 2×8:Taut student architectural competition last month, the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognized two USC School of Architecture students for their work.
USC graduate student Anirudh Dhawan was awarded a prize for her project titled “[Re]cursive Redundancies” and undergraduate Alexandre Salice was recognized for “Image of the City: A Spectacle for the Pedestrian” at an event held at the Architecture and Design Museum on Wilshire Boulevard.
Dhawan’s scholarship prize was provided by LEO A DALY, Pfeiffer Partners Architects and TMAD Taylor & Gaines Engineers. Salice’s scholarship was provided by Johnson Favaro, KGM Architectural Lighting and KPFF Consulting Engineers.
For a full list of winners, visit aialosangeles.org/content/2×8-exhibit
The American Academy of Family Physicians will honor the Keck School of Medicine of USC’s Family Medicine Interest Group on July 27 for its outstanding outreach and leadership.
Three USC School of Architecture students won the first Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Award.
Two stars of the USC Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute have been recognized for their ongoing achievements with elections to academic societies.
Three USC Price School of Public Policy graduates will spend their upcoming year working toward a healthier future for people and the planet thanks to the Clinton-Orfalea Fellowships.
Three members of the USC Price School of Public Policy’s class of 2012 will put theory into practice in new positions at departments within the federal government.
Presidential Scholar Karen Pham, a junior at the USC Roski School of Fine Arts, was selected for the highly competitive Fulbright Summer Institute at Nottingham Trent University.
Dorian Traube, an assistant professor at the USC School of Social Work, has received a USC Mellon Mentoring Award for her exemplary work with graduate students.
Eleven current and recently graduated Trojans have been selected for the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship on the basis of academic achievement and commitment to cultural engagement.
Five students from the USC Graduate School received the PhD Achievement Award this month in recognition of their outstanding academic profiles. New this year, the award highlights the most exceptional PhD candidates of the academic year.