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Milt Meler ’70, MBA ’71 has established the Erma Lee Meler Family Endowed Scholarship at the USC Rossier School of Education.
USC is one of four workplaces across the country to receive the American Psychological Association Healthy Workplace Award.
Inspired by the line of American Girl dolls, a USC Dornsife student draws on her love of children’s fiction for her senior project.
Some people donate to their alma mater once or twice, to make a big mark or help during special fundraising drives.
The USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism fundraising initiative has surpassed $100 million since launching in fall 2012.
USC Provost Elizabeth Garrett hosted a retreat on Feb. 28 through March 1 for key faculty members, exploring USC’s role as a global enterprise and the opportunities for international engagement.
For Janessa Hatch, being a Trojan meant she never had to miss a class, despite moving with her family from Utah to Georgia and then Alaska.
Unprecedented health and social challenges face today’s returning military service members, according to former U.S. Secretary of the Army Togo West Jr.
USC’s official colors are cardinal and gold, but the campus also cares about another hue: green.
“Duty of Care” featured a keynote address by a retired U.S. Army colonel along with a panel of experts focusing on veteran and military issues.
Appearing under a spotlight at the Ground Zero Performance Café, Greg Grabarek wields a microphone on the small stage.
The Dr. Carlton and Eloise Blanton Endowed Scholarship at the USC Rossier School of Education will support students who aspire to be school principals.
Huey Lu wants his name on your radar — or, more accurately, on your attire. “Just think: Huey Lu and Jimmy Choo,” said the aspiring fashion designer.
USC President C. L. Max Nikias met with National University of Singapore President Tan Chorh Chuan to sign a memorandum of understanding between the two universities.
Former USC football Head Coach Pete Carroll made a triumphant return to the university, giving an inspirational talk at Bovard Auditorium.
Alumna Alexis Jones has spent the last five years speaking to more than 250,000 girls in person and millions more online regarding self-esteem, bullying, leadership, activism and social entrepreneurism.
Emily Sagardia likes to put a smile on people’s faces, and she’s discovered that a career in health care is a great way to do it.
The 36th Annual Pullias Lecture centered on the fiercely debated topic of online open access to higher education, also known as Massive Open Online Courses.
Associate Professor Emeritus of German Cornelius Schnauber, an eminent and highly decorated scholar, historian, playwright, novelist and pianist, has died. He was 74.
The USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy held a symposium on government and leadership titled “People Over Politics.”
USC staff members have won seven journalism accolades that demonstrate the university’s expertise in crafting exceptional stories and graphics.
Cynthia Lemus knows what it’s like to care for an ill, elderly family member. The emotional, physical and financial toll can be nearly unbearable.
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Edward Blum, who taught at USC Dornsife for more than 40 years, has died. He was 90.
Using sexual assault as a weapon of war is a deep-rooted problem that causes misery and pain long after the fighting stops.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti recently announced the formation of a new council that will advise his administration on issues affecting the city’s military community.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, the U.S. Senate Finance Committee chairman, outlined an ambitious agenda to overhaul the tax code at a USC Gould School of Law conference.
USC President C. L. Max Nikias is leading a delegation of deans and trustees this week to Singapore and Jakarta, Indonesia, where the group will seek to strengthen ties with top universities.
USC senior Angie Kim’s advice for her fellow students: “If you want to do something, no one’s stopping you.”
Generations of Trojan swimmers and divers united to celebrate the opening of the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.
USC is now home to one of the most advanced microscopes in the world — a device that pushes beyond what was once believed to be the boundary of visible light imaging.
Better qualified than anyone to judge effective science outreach, the leading society for public engagement with science presented one of its signature honors to a young USC professor in Chicago.
USC Dornsife alum Mahmood Sariolghalam is a scholar and specialist in Middle East politics, and Iranian foreign policy and political culture.
The USC Rossier School of Education will launch the Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology program this fall.
Depression affects more than half of all mothers in Early Head Start programs, damaging their parenting abilities and potentially hurting their children.
A USC Dornsife alumna is interviewing elected Indian women from a variety of socioeconomic, religious, partisan and caste backgrounds for her research into the role of women in village governments.