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The Dr. Carlton and Eloise Blanton Endowed Scholarship at the USC Rossier School of Education will support students who aspire to be school principals.
Generations of Trojan swimmers and divers united to celebrate the opening of the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.
An “academic earthquake” in the form of online education will throw higher education into a new era of change, but USC welcomes the challenge.
After recently surpassing the $3 billion mark of its historic $6 billion campaign, USC was recognized as one of the nation’s top three universities for fundraising in fiscal year 2013 by the Council for Aid to Education.
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.
The USC Gould School of Law kicked off its $150 million fundraising initiative in downtown Los Angeles.
The Brittingham Family Foundation’s $5 million gift bolsters a USC Marshall program that advances the field of social entrepreneurship.
Groundbreaking orthopedic surgeon Gary K. Michelson has donated $50 million to fund a center that will bring together engineering and the life sciences.
An anonymous $20 million gift will endow student support at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the USC School of Social Work and the USC Marshall School of Business.
Selim Zilkha has pledged a gift of $5 million to the Keck School of Medicine of USC to fund a new endowed chair in Alzheimer’s disease research.
A $1 million donation by USC Dornsife alumni has established the Linda and Harlan Martens Endowed Director’s Chair for the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute.
In the middle of a campaign with a record-setting goal, USC fundraising has achieved another high mark: first in foundation support among all U.S. universities.
Jacki Wells Cisneros and her husband have pledged a $500,000 donation to the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Maria Sandoval is the recipient of ascholarship named in honor of Edward Zapanta, the late USC neurosurgeon and first Hispanic member of the USC Board of Trustees.
The USC School of Pharmacy launched its $100-million fundraising initiative during a gala event on Nov. 3 at the historic Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
The USC School of Social Work has established the Advocates Circle, a new philanthropic giving community.
This year, Trojan Family Weekend was the occasion for the inauguration of a new giving society.
The USC School of Architecture has announced a $500,000 pledge from architect Warren Lortie ’66 to establish a scholarship for students who study abroad.
At the gala anniversary celebration “40 Years of Progress – Discovering New Cures,” USC Norris leaders, researchers and those who support them came together to honor advancement in the fight against cancer..
Two grants will help support vital programs at USC that are making a real difference to the Health Sciences Campus community and its patients.
The Popular Community Bank Foundation has donated $100,000 to develop and implement the USC Popular Community Bank Small Business Leadership Forum.
George Clooney was honored in New York with the Ambassador for Humanity Award at the annual gala for the USC Shoah Foundation.
Xiomara Mateo Gaxiola, this year’s recipient of the Gladys Campbell Scholarship, didn’t begin her education expecting to be a teacher.
Beth and Gus Lucas have pledged $25,000 to the USC School of Social Work to fund scholarships for students in financial need.
Employees celebrate the successes of the Good Neighbors Campaign in supporting community-building activities around USC’s campuses.
Philanthropist Deborah Lanni ’70 has pledged $250,000 as a presenting sponsor to support the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.
With the importance of serving veterans and their families growing more compelling every day, the Levys has committed to the USC School of Social Work $156,000 to establish a scholarship fund geared toward veterans.
Bernice Christenson, 95, has a long history with USC, beginning with her time studying for her master’s degree in education in 1955.
Chinese businessman Yong Chen has pledged $1 million to USC stem cell researcher Qi-Long Ying to support his future “eureka moments.”
The 2012-13 USC Good Neighbors Campaign raised enough funds to provide grants to 50 community organizations.
Clinical training for Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC students will become more state-of-the-art thanks to a donation from the dental equipment company Bien-Air USA Inc.
The Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research recently provided $25,000 to the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The USC School of Social Work has been awarded $50,000 by the Ahmanson Foundation to support scholarships for military veterans.
When his wife, Darlene Dufau Reid, passed away after a long illness in 2008, John Reid was not sure love would ever find him again.
In a recent signing ceremony, the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Farhang Foundation sealed the deal on a long-term commitment to enhance the study and research of Iranian art and culture at the university.