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President C. L. Max Nikias congratulates Arieh Warshel at a USC-hosted press conference on Oct. 9 at Town & Gown.
Well-wishes on Twitter and other news about Professor Warshel’s big win
Arieh Warshel describes his research in a 2009 video.
Nobel laureate Arieh Warshel speaks with Adam Smith from Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize.
The prize was announced by Staffan Normark, permanent secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences located in Stockholm.
The USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy officially launched its $5 million campaign initiative on 0ct. 18, the largest undertaken for a physical therapy program in the United States.
Alice Schoenfeld, holder of the Alice and Eleonore Schoenfeld Endowed Chair in String Instruction at the USC Thornton School of Music, has committed $3 million to create a new symphonic hall for the school.
Over the past month, support for Proposition 37 has sharply declined among California voters, according to results of the latest USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences/Los Angeles Times Poll.
USC has announced a naming gift from Jill and Frank Fertitta ’84 that will create a new undergraduate instructional building and establish an endowed faculty chair at the USC Marshall School of Business.
Ous Mellouli of Tunisia won the Marathon 10K in Hyde Park to become the first Olympian to win indoor and open water medals in the same games.
Amy Rodriguez earned her second Olympic gold medal after Team USA completed a dramatic 2-1 victory over defending world champion Japan at the London Olympics.
Team USA’s water polo Trojan trio of Tumua Anae, Kami Craig and Lauren Wenger were adorned in gold after an 8-5 win over Spain.
USC senior Haley Anderson became the first American to win an Olympic medal in the Marathon 10K with a second-place finish in the London Olympics.
After settling for silver in the last two Olympics, USC alumna Allyson Felix ’08 finally got her golden moment at the London Olympics.
Former Trojans Jennifer Kessy and April Ross took home silver medals following a loss in the beach volleyball final to fellow Americans Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor
Former USC track star Felix Sanchez captured the gold medal in the men’s 400-meter intermediate hurdles at the 2012 London Olympics.
April Ross and Jennifer Kessy made it to the semifinals of the 2012 London Olympic women’s beach volleyball competition with a quarterfinal victory over the Czech Republic.
USC All-American soccer player Amy Rodriguez, a member of Team USA, is heading to the semifinals at the 2012 London Olympics.
Trojan great Rebecca Soni beats her day-old world record in the 200-meter breaststroke en route to her repeat Olympic title.
The USC Alumni Club of London staged a special welcome for the university’s athletes and coaches on July 25 at the Oxford and Cambridge Club.
Professor Jill McNitt-Gray, an expert in biomechanics, has worked with the U.S. Olympic Committee to help American athletes prepare for success at the 2012 London Olympics.
Rebecca Soni reclaimed the world record in the 200-meter breaststroke with a dominant semifinal swim on Aug. 1 at the 2012 London Olympics, solidifying her status as the favorite heading into today’s final.
USC President C. L. Max Nikias and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger have announced the establishment of the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy, which will be housed in the USC Price School of Public Policy.
Former Trojan All-American Clement Lefert secured his second medal of the 2012 London Olympics with a silver earned as part of France’s 800-meter freestyle relay.
USC alumna Rebecca Soni took home the silver in the 100-meter breaststroke on July 30, trailing 15-year-old Ruta Meilutyte of Lithuania.
Former Trojan All-American Clement Lefert won a gold medal as part of France’s 400-meter freestyle relay, extending USC’s streak of winning at least one gold medal at every Summer Olympic Games since 1912.
Former Trojan swimmer Amanda Weir earned a bronze medal in the 400-meter freestyle relay on July 28 during the first day of competition at the 2012 London Olympics, claiming USC’s first medal of the games.
Continuing USC’s long tradition of nurturing successful Olympic athletes, more than 40 members of the Trojan Family are headed to the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London this month.
“Thank you all for your notes. I still can’t quite believe that I became an Olympic medalist.” Trojan alum Vladimir Morozov tweeted that message to his followers on July 30, after leading Russia to a third-place finish in the 400-meter freestyle relay.
Eric Hollen, a Virtual Academic Center student at the USC School of Social Work, was tending his horse farm about 10 years ago when his tractor tipped over, pinning him. He spent five months in a hospital being treated for the dislocation of his third and fourth lumbar vertebrae, a ruptured diaphragm, a broken pelvis and a torn aorta.
USC great Rebecca Soni, some four years after breaking onto the world scene with gold and silver medals at the 2008 Olympics, aims for her second gold at the 2012 Games in London.
Ous Mellouli, the world’s reigning Olympic and World Championships gold medalist in the 1500-meter freestyle and a former NCAA champion and All-American at USC, will represent Tunisia at the London Summer Olympics.
Track speedster Allyson Felix did not race competitively at USC, but she earned her degree from Troy, so she is a Trojan through and through.
Former USC men’s water polo All-American Shea Buckner will appear in his first Olympics this month.
On the night in 2008 USC track star Bryshon Nellum was shot in the legs, Director of Track and Field Ron Allice was by his side in the hospital. While the doctors questioned whether Nellum would ever hit top gear again, Allice chose to believe.