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A new report by a task force co-chaired by USC Professor Ron Avi Astor urges schools to stop using the word “bullying” among its series of recommendations for the prevention of bullying.
Education scholars converged with Silicon Valley game designers, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in late April for “Players and Professors.”
The number 41 was once a homophobic slur. Now, thanks to the newly established organization Honor 41, the number refers to 41 exceptional individuals within the LGBT community.
What if the components of architecture — walls, windows, ceilings and everything in-between — were used to construct the human mind?
University Professor William Tierney finished his year-long tenure as president of the American Education Research Association with a keynote address in San Francisco.
Brent Noyes ’75, MS ’79 knows how to be true to his school. His latest commitment to his alma mater, the USC Rossier School of Education, is a gift of $25,000.
USC administrators Marilyn L. Flynn and Karen Symms Gallagher received the first Provost’s Prize for Innovation in Educational Practice at the Academic Honors Convocation on April 23.
Richard Clark, Professor Emeritus of Educational Psychology and Technology at the USC Rossier School of Education, was one of three Trojans who received this year’s USC Faculty Lifetime Achievement Award.
Oliver Sicat ’01 has been named CEO and president of Ednovate, the charter management organization that oversees USC Hybrid High School.
A former Major League Baseball pitcher, Randy Flores moves and talks with athletic economy, the way Hemingway writes — not a syllable wasted.