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What happens when USC students — some studying art and design, others stem cell biology — examine zebrafish skulls under a microscope? It depends on who’s looking.
Los Angeles small business owners have been honored for completing the USC Bridges to Business Success program.
USC is one of four workplaces across the country to receive the American Psychological Association Healthy Workplace Award.
USC School of Cinematic Arts Professor Steve Anderson has been named a 2013-14 American Council of Learned Societies Digital Innovation fellow.
Inspired by the line of American Girl dolls, a USC Dornsife student draws on her love of children’s fiction for her senior project.
USC was one of 200 universities to recently screen a documentary shown at the USC School of Social Work as part of the Visions and Voices arts and humanities initiative.
Spreading cardinal and gold spirit across the Pacific, the USC Trojan Marching Band drumline performed during the grand opening celebration of the Old Navy flagship store in China.
As part of his administration’s first international trade mission, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti met with USC alumni in Mexico City.
Some people donate to their alma mater once or twice, to make a big mark or help during special fundraising drives.
Robert Allen has been named chief financial officer of the Keck Medical Center of USC.
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A startup created by two USC students has been selected for this year’s South by Southwest tournament in Texas.
With cutting-edge technology, sometimes the first step scientists face is just making sure it actually works as intended.
Assistant Professor Alvin Huang has been showered with awards over the last six months.
Keck School of Medicine of USC neuroscientists have unlocked a piece of the puzzle in the fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease, a debilitating neurological disorder that robs people of their motor skills.
The USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism fundraising initiative has surpassed $100 million since launching in fall 2012.
USC Provost Elizabeth Garrett hosted a retreat on Feb. 28 through March 1 for key faculty members, exploring USC’s role as a global enterprise and the opportunities for international engagement.
A two-day conference at USC will focus on mental illness.
For Janessa Hatch, being a Trojan meant she never had to miss a class, despite moving with her family from Utah to Georgia and then Alaska.
USC is one of six universities supported by a $5.3 million National Science Foundation grant to fund a collaborative project in advanced cyberinfrastructure and computational research.
Unprecedented health and social challenges face today’s returning military service members, according to former U.S. Secretary of the Army Togo West Jr.
USC’s official colors are cardinal and gold, but the campus also cares about another hue: green.
Appearing under a spotlight at the Ground Zero Performance Café, Greg Grabarek wields a microphone on the small stage.
Former USC football Head Coach Pete Carroll made a triumphant return to the university, giving an inspirational talk at Bovard Auditorium.
Emily Sagardia likes to put a smile on people’s faces, and she’s discovered that a career in health care is a great way to do it.
USC is calling for proposals for screening a 3,000 compound library at The Choi Family Therapeutic Screening Facility.
The USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy held a symposium on government and leadership titled “People Over Politics.”
USC staff members have won seven journalism accolades that demonstrate the university’s expertise in crafting exceptional stories and graphics.
The USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center has available funds from the American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant to provide funding up to $25,000 for beginning cancer research projects.
USC School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Mel Baron has been awarded new funding for his popular fotonovelas.
USC senior Angie Kim’s advice for her fellow students: “If you want to do something, no one’s stopping you.”
Inside Track assigns incoming students to student mentors, and it’s not too late for spring freshmen and transfer students to sign up.
A class of USC Price graduate students traveled to São Paulo to explore the housing provisions and make recommendations based on experiences of other major metropolitan areas as part of the 2014 Brazil International Lab.
What do you get when you combine music, medicine and social work? A trip to Canada this summer.
A new Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship offered through the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab at the USC Marshall School of Business expands the opportunities for students interested in careers with social impact.
As a USC Mellon Mays fellow, I rang in the New Year by boarding a plane with fellows Rachel Jones and Adeel Mohammadi, and our mentor George Sanchez of USC Dornsife.