Stories by Matthew Kredell:
How to bridge America Divided: conversation and empathy
USC Price, Annenberg discussion on EPIX series explores ways to overcome the national gap in vital areas.
L.A. County’s seven female police chiefs share personal insights
USC Price convenes the leaders who talk about broken barriers, building communities and inspiring others.
Global officials share research with USC’s Safe Communities Institute
Visitors from 10 European countries exchange ideas on how to counter violent extremism.
Who’s on the move? How mobility may affect future transit use
Gary Painter of USC Price hopes transportation planners pay attention to what the U.S. population looks like.
Starting a campaign for redistricting reform
Gerrymandering, a timely topic at a USC event, has dramatic consequences in U.S. politics.
USC alum leads efforts to launch cancer center in Chicago
Master of Health Administration graduate at USC Price takes steps to help thousands of patients on the city’s west side.
When and why Congress chooses to delegate federal policy
USC Price researcher looks at whether legislators align with the president or the state governor.
Journalist Mara Liasson looks at politics in the Trump presidency
The NPR correspondent focuses on what we can expect from a leader who does the unexpected.
Treasurer John Chiang analyzes California’s fiscal challenges
The elected official tells USC Price audience that he’s worked to reduce the bottom line for tax payers.
Firsthand stories about the refugee experience — from vetting to resettlement
Personal anecdotes reveal the backstories of people who sought a fresh start in a new country.
Nonprofit boosts kids’ cultural awareness
CALE Now! gives youngsters the chance to broaden their horizons via visits to Peru, Ireland and Cuba.
USC Price alumna named L.A.’s first homelessness coordinator
Meg Barclay will keep her eye on the big picture while bringing together partners from private and nonprofit sectors.
USC professor spotlights the significance of Latinos to California’s future
Public officials from the League of California Cities Latino Caucus take part in an executive education forum.
What’s next for millennials and the housing market?
USC Price faculty members weigh in on the changing demands in L.A. County.
USC Price alumni group shapes L.A. education sector
The Price Education Network’s mission: to broaden the impact of alumni and support current students ‘trying to get into the space.’
Former USC Marshall doctoral student returns to defend her Jeopardy! title
Courtney Paulson, who initially competed last spring, returns for the season opener of the long-running quiz show.
Five questions for new USC quarterback Max Browne
Before taking the field Saturday against Alabama, the student-athlete talks about his pursuit of an MBA at USC Marshall.
Healthy food incentive program helps low-income families, local farmers
Giving people an incentive to use their federal food benefits at farmers’ markets encourages them to buy fresh fruit and vegetables.
Service activity gives Trojans an idea of health administration
Students get a fresh outlook on health care by visiting the Downtown Women’s Center as part of a weeklong USC initiative.
Through PhD diversity program, USC Price hopes to ensure academia is open to ‘all voices’
USC’s Diversity Inclusion Access Initiative is a key part of the university’s commitment to advancing diversity through outreach and research opportunities.
Bedrosian Center launches initiative to boost natural disaster preparedness
Partnership is designed to minimize the damage and disruption caused by the inevitable earthquake, wildfire or flood.
What steps must be taken to rebuild California’s middle class?
USC, California Endowment team for town hall talk on the intersecting role of labor, business, education and philanthropy.
East L.A. urban planning students show pride in their neighborhood
Students discuss local landmarks and explain why they’re important to the community as part of a first-time partnership with USC Price.
Students with autism explore their musical talents
Jazz Hands for Autism, a nonprofit run by USC Price alumna, allows musicians to express themselves.