Shawn Cervantes helps an underserved population in Santa Cruz.
USC Annenberg’s “Patriot or Traitor?” looks at government surveillance.
Nobel laureate Arieh Warshel receives the university’s top honor.
He was committed to the advancement of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Pat Haden addresses possible changes to historic venue.
Mentoring and teaching come naturally to USC Gould professor.
The center’s impact continues to grow.
Donors have contributed more than $17.7 million to the campaign since 1994.
The Holocaust in this region of Ukraine was a genocide of bullets, rather than of gas chambers.
“The Stories of Unsung Black Military Heroes” provided a forum in which veterans could relate their stories.
The California Social Welfare Archives presented Astor with the George D. Nickel Award for Outstanding Professional Service.
The Veterans and ROTC Students Appreciation Dinner is an opportunity for the university to honor its men and women in uniform.
One in eight admitted students would be the first in their families to attend college.
This year’s schedule is chock-full of activities, including author interviews, live performances, book signings, film screenings and cooking demonstrations.
Swim With Mike has accrued more than $15 million for the Physically Challenged Athletes Scholarship Fund.
Shinyi Wu melds two interests as the newest faculty member of the USC School of Social Work.
“Writing 440: Advanced Legal Writing” takes analysis into the practical world.
The former CIA director impresses graduate students with his thorough knowledge of the issues affecting Mexico and China.
Learn about food and gardening, water conservation, recycling and alternative energy.
A week before his death, the Distinguished Professor Emeritus was completing his last book.
The residents will help smaller organizations and individual collectors apply archival standards and practices.
Bradway serves on the advisory board of USC’s Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics.
The suit was filed by students who claim state laws governing teacher tenure deprive them of their right to a good education.
Retired Gen. David Petraeus served as the evening’s guest of honor, reflecting the university’s long-standing commitment to veterans.
The sandwiches were donated to Union Rescue Mission, Midnight Mission and other homeless groups.
Janette Brown emphasizes that retired faculty and staff can be valuable leaders and contributors.
The former kickoff return man set a single-season record as a Trojan with 716 return yards.
Urban poverty is an issue that confronts the residents of many of the neighborhoods surrounding the University Park and Health Sciences campuses.
The data can be linked to help child welfare professionals understand events that affect child development.
The associate dean’s career spans more than 40 years as an educator, researcher, advocate, activist, author and mentor.
The current iteration of the group will continue its long-standing legacy of international performance with an Asian tour, which is scheduled for summer.
The interaction uncovered a previously unknown link between father and daughter, a junior at the USC Price School of Public Policy.
The longtime broadcaster comes to USC Annenberg from her post as senior editor of The Huffington Post in Los Angeles.
“I am ecstatic and incredibly grateful to USC law school and the Post-Conviction Justice Project,” said Jones’ daughter, Denitra Jones-Goodie.