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Rogan Ferguson was a successful architect who spent more than a decade in the profession before he realized that his dream job was actually teaching.
USC Rossier alum Ira Harden took unorthodox teaching into a whole new stratosphere.
As part of his administration’s first international trade mission, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti met with USC alumni in Mexico City.
Some people donate to their alma mater once or twice, to make a big mark or help during special fundraising drives.
Assistant Professor Alvin Huang has been showered with awards over the last six months.
The Dr. Carlton and Eloise Blanton Endowed Scholarship at the USC Rossier School of Education will support students who aspire to be school principals.
Bita Shahian believes the future lies in technology. Since she also believes in the future of college students, she wants to help them jump into the tech world.
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.
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 Dornsife alum Mahmood Sariolghalam is a scholar and specialist in Middle East politics, and Iranian foreign policy and political culture.
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.
Lisa LaCorte-Kring has returned to the university as a member of the USC School of Social Work’s Board of Councilors, bringing with her a progressive perspective on social work practice and education.
The USC School of Social Work has established its first endowed Dean’s Leadership Scholarship.
A candidate in the professional doctorate program at the USC Price School of Public Policy, is taking steps toward finding a solution to climate change in Vietnam.
At any given Trojan athletic event, you’re likely to spot two petite sisters gleefully snapping photos, greeting athletes and coaches like old friends, and generally giving everything to support their alma mater.
A documentary produced by a USC Dornsife alumna paints a poignant picture of troubled boys in Pakistan.
Mide (Mac) Macaulay ’01 has been tapped to serve as principal of USC Hybrid High School.
USC alum Kirk DeMicco chats about The Croods, his animated comedy adventure nominated for an Academy Award.
Eight prominent Trojans will be honored for their achievements and contributions to USC at the 81st Annual USC Alumni Awards on April 26 at The Westin Bonaventure Hotel.
Alumna Geraldine Knatz, the first female executive director of the Port of Los Angeles, gave it her all to turn things around.
Shaya Kirkpatrick ’86 and Grant Kirkpatrick ’86 have given $100,000 to the USC School of Architecture to provide student scholarships for study abroad.
A USC cinema student took to the skies for an action-packed ad that could end up airing during the Super Bowl.
Student Affairs has appointed USC alums Monique Sosa Allard and Tim Bessolo as assistant provosts.
USC School of Social Work alumni Olivia Rubio and Filiberto Gonzalez have been appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to two city commissions.
It’s not bad when the fiction editor of The Washington Post names your first novel his favorite book of 2013.
The path to Chad Smith’s career as an educator wasn’t exactly a straight shot.
USC Rossier alumna Regina Abesamis helps high school students figure out how to apply to college.
When Lupe Simpson began her doctoral studies at the USC Rossier School of Education in the late 1970s, she found balancing school, work and raising two young children to be “a challenge in perseverance.”
Andrea Cohen Gehring was named principal in charge of a feasibility study for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home to USC Trojan football,
William “Bill” Altaffer ’67, MA ’70 has feasted on boiled cobra washed down with warm snake’s blood from a street stall in Bangkok.
Celia Ayala is highly qualified to be the leading advocate for affordable early childhood education for LA County’s 4-year-olds.
When the theme song from Titanic boomed from speakers, Georgia Ananias remarked to her husband maybe that wasn’t the best music to play on a cruise ship.
USC School of Architecture faculty and alumni took home multiple awards for recent projects built and designed.
MBA alumni from across the country returned to campus to participate in USC Marshall’s first MBA Diversity Conference.