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Milt Meler ’70, MBA ’71 has established the Erma Lee Meler Family Endowed Scholarship at the USC Rossier School of Education.
Rogan Ferguson was a successful architect who spent more than a decade in the profession before he realized that his dream job was actually teaching.
USC Rossier alum Ira Harden took unorthodox teaching into a whole new stratosphere.
A new program based at the USC Rossier School of Education places recent Trojan graduates in local high schools to increase college enrollment and completion among underrepresented students.
At any given Trojan athletic event, you’re likely to spot two petite sisters gleefully snapping photos, greeting athletes and coaches like old friends, and generally giving everything to support their alma mater.
Jerry Lucido received the Joe Allen Exemplar Award from the Western Region of the College Board for his contributions to increasing educational access for students.
The USC Rossier School of Education has announced local partnerships with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and three major K-12 school organizations.
A planned gift has provided an additional $50,000 to support the Yu-Kai Wang and Mrs. Alice Ah-Chu Wang Endowed Scholarship at USC Rossier.
The model for higher education that defined the last century is falling short today.
The path to Chad Smith’s career as an educator wasn’t exactly a straight shot.
Two USC Rossier School of Education professors presented preliminary findings from their study of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Public School Choice Initiative.
USC Rossier alumna Regina Abesamis helps high school students figure out how to apply to college.
When Lupe Simpson began her doctoral studies at the USC Rossier School of Education in the late 1970s, she found balancing school, work and raising two young children to be “a challenge in perseverance.”
Celia Ayala is highly qualified to be the leading advocate for affordable early childhood education for LA County’s 4-year-olds.
The Association for the Study of Higher Education honored two USC Rossier School of Education scholars Estela Mara Bensimon and William Tierney.
The USC Rossier School of Education has announced a groundbreaking pledge to ensure the success of its graduates in support of their professional education careers.
What’s behind the college-going gap for Latino students in California?
The USC Rossier School of Education launched a new Master of Education in School Leadership program this fall.
Master of Arts in Teaching graduates who have earned special education credentials are discovering an overwhelming demand for their specialized skills in schools and districts around the country.
William Tierney has assembled a new monograph based on findings from 10 years of a writing program for college-bound youth.
Nearly 200 leaders from more than 40 institutions attended a conference with the shared purpose of advancing work on their campuses toward equity and excellence for Latino students.
Forty-nine EdD students — the USC Rossier School of Education’s largest international study tour to date — took the field trip of a lifetime to Bangkok, Thailand.
Game designers, educators, entrepreneurs and scholars came together to examine the latest digital games designed to improve college access
Two USC Rossier alums set out to prove that inner-city children could get an education as good as any throughout Los Angeles.
Xiomara Mateo Gaxiola, this year’s recipient of the Gladys Campbell Scholarship, didn’t begin her education expecting to be a teacher.
Adrianna Kezar has joined a cohort of higher education experts to serve on a National Research Council Commission for the National Academy of Sciences.
“We’re all in this together. We’re not getting out alive. So let’s help one another.” A USC Rossier alumna adopted these words as her personal motto.
In today’s highly technical economy, Americans believe that a college education is fundamental to fulfilling the American Dream. The Pullias Center runs two outreach programs designed to improve college access and success for underrepresented youth.
Vincent Vigil ME ’04, EdD ’07 says that his path as a leader in student affairs was shaped by six visible and invisible identities.
USC Rossier Professor Gale Sinatra, along with two former graduate students, received the International Award for Excellence from The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses.
As a biology graduate student at Michigan’s Wayne State University, Bill Bonaudi EdD ’93 took a teaching job at a local community college to make additional income.
Morgan Polikoff weighed in on the results of a Policy Analysis for California Education/USC Rossier Poll revealing that voters want more student testing and greater accountability for teachers.
Despite calls from Sacramento to reduce standardized testing in California public schools, voters strongly support the use of state standardized tests.
University Professor and Wilbur-Kieffer Professor of Higher Education William Tierney has been awarded a visiting fellowship at the University of Hong Kong.
When someone achieves professional success, he or she may be asked what it took to get there or where the source of motivation originated.