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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.
Dominic Brewer was elected president-elect of the Association for Education Finance and Policy this month at the 38th annual conference.
Amir Whitaker ME ’08, EdD ’11 stood before 200 urban high school students and held up an old notebook cover scribbled with the initials of 18 of his closest friends from his youth in Plainfield, N.J.
Twelve USC Rossier School of Education EdD students will travel to Costa Rica in June to study the impact of globalization and multinational corporations on education in that country.
The Center for Urban Education is partnering on a project supporting the implementation of Colorado’s higher education reform agenda.
Kristan Venegas, associate professor of clinical education at the USC Rossier School of Education, has been named an American Council on Education fellow for the 2013-14 academic year.
Between rows of generic gray office buildings in an Irvine, Calif., business park stands a distinct sign in bright cardinal and gold reading “Law Offices of Margaret A. Chidester & Associates.”