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The Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, housed at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, and New York University’s Immigration Studies project looked at the recession’s impact on immigrants in a recent conference at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center.
Charles “Chuck” Patrick O’Regan, executive director of operations for Facilities Management Services (FMS), died on March 9. He was 62.
Sherman Jackson, holder of the King Faisal Chair in Islamic Thought and Culture at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, has been named for the second time among the world’s 500 most influential Muslims by The Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre.
Trojans from Idaho to South Africa rolled up their sleeves to volunteer for local community service projects, marking the USC Alumni Association’s first USC Alumni Day of SCervice on March 24.
Trojans looking for a spot to smell the roses, a peaceful place to study or other locations to enhance their wellness can visit BeWellUSC’s Interactive Wellness Map at usc.edu/BeWellUSC/Initiatives.aspx.
Daniel M. Tsai, chairman of Fubon Financial, Taiwan’s second largest financial services group, has been elected to the USC Board of Trustees.
From the day Christina Lee entered the gates of USC, she had a plan to get involved with El Rodeo, USC’s 123-year-old yearbook.
Open Call, a new KCET-TV series featuring Southern California schools and arts institutions, will showcase the talent of USC students in the arts, starting April 5 at 9 p.m. with a program of student films.
“Topping off” events have become a tradition at the USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA). When the highest piece of steel in a new building is placed, students, faculty, alumni and friends get the opportunity to sign the beam before it goes up.
USC School of Cinematic Arts professor Mary Sweeney was installed as the Dino and Martha De Laurentiis Endowed Professor, one of the highlights of a weekend that celebrated the legacy of the late producer Dino De Laurentiis.