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Incoming Trojan Sabrina Sanchez has been selected as a Pew Latin American Fellow. She will join the laboratory of USC Dornsife Dean Steve A. Kay in August.
Cybersecurity made national news in the wake of talks between leaders of the U.S. and China. USC’s Ranjan Pal studies how to boost it.
The Internet is an interconnected system, yet most users (and even some companies) only see the Internet through the keyboard, hard drive and monitor they use to access it, said Provost Fellow Ranjan Pal, a doctoral student in computer science [...]
Spring break tends to conjure up images of tropical beaches, sunshine and around-the-clock swimsuit fashion. There’s one thing it definitely does not bring to mind: Siberia.
Imagine walking for days to a makeshift mobile medical clinic to receive free health care, then standing in line with more than 1,000 others for days, hoping to be treated.
For the first time in its history, USC Dornsife will offer a minor in Iranian studies as part of an initiative launched in 2010 by the Farhang Foundation.
More than 650 social work scholars and practitioners will gather in Los Angeles this month to share theories and strategies to improve health and mental health research and practice.
The USC Viterbi School of Engineering and Tsinghua University in Beijing have launched a program that will allow selected engineering students to simultaneously earn master’s degrees from both institutions.
Researchers from USC, Peking University, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and a team of international partner institutions have released the first major report from a massive survey of Chinese adults over the age of 45.
During his keynote address at the USC Global Conference in Seoul, South Korea, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger candidly revealed some of the secrets to his success.