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The Office of Patient and Family Experience at the Keck Medical Center of USC is all about the little things.
Imagine the entertainment landscape of the future. What does it look like?
An anonymous donor has pledged $1 million to the USC School of Social Work to establish the Cleofas and Victor Ramirez Professor of Practice, Policy, Research and Advocacy for the Latino Population.
The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism has received a $3 million gift from Jayne and Hans Hufschmid to endow the Jayne and Hans Hufschmid Chair in Strategic Public Relations and Business Communication.
Ovarian cancer frequently goes undiagnosed until it has spread, making it difficult to treat and often fatal. Research into genetic mechanisms of ovarian cancer at USC recently received a boost thanks to a more than $300,000 grant from the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Medical Research Foundation.
Glen Miller could never have guessed that a 15-year-old X-ray from a snowmobile accident would lead him to the USC doctor who’d change his life.
An anonymous donor has given $1 million to the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at USC to foster greater understanding, cooperation and unity among Christian denominations and churches.
It’s been five years since Barbara Kral was first diagnosed with advanced myeloid leukemia. Though she is in remission, she continues to receive treatment at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Music industry icons and entrepreneurs Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre (Andre Young) have pledged $70 million to USC to create a new model for training and inspiring the next generation of innovators.
For Lloyd Sun, meeting USC School of Social Work Dean Marilyn L. Flynn changed the way he now looks at the world.
USC is about to get even brainier. Already a leading center for research on the neurological basis of emotion, the university announced on May 10 a major cluster hire of about 110 faculty, researchers and multidisciplinary staff in the field of brain mapping and neuroimaging.
The USC Marshall School of Business kicked off its $400 million fundraising drive with a gala on May 8.
Architect Anthony Marnell II ’72 has made a $1 million gift to the USC School of Architecture to establish a design studio to foster design-builders. It marks one of the largest recent gifts to an architecture school in California.
The USC Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy officially announced its entry into The Campaign for the University of Southern California.
For Paul Beigelman, giving to USC is a top priority. “Next to my family, USC is the No. 1 recipient of favors of my trust,” he said. “I bleed cardinal and gold.”
Video game executives Kevin Bachus and Chanel Summers have made a donation to the USC School of Cinematic Arts to establish the Bachus-Summers Fund for Innovation in Interactive Entertainment.
Brent Noyes ’75, MS ’79 knows how to be true to his school. His latest commitment to his alma mater, the USC Rossier School of Education, is a gift of $25,000.
USC Trustee Ken Klein ’82 and his wife, Natalie, co-chair of the advisory board for Classical KDFC Radio in San Francisco, have given $1 million to support the station.
USC Trustee Daniel M. Tsai has made a $1.5 million gift to the USC School of Pharmacy to create a binational research center focused on the fight against cancer.
Jodie Gates, an internationally renowned dancer, choreographer and educator, has been named vice dean and director of the new USC Kaufman School of Dance.
Patrick Martin ’00, a graduate of the USC School of Architecture, was a hands-on designer and builder whose brain continually sparked with new ideas.
When a traumatic football injury led to more than a month in the hospital and 15 surgeries for Wyatt Driscoll, the 17-year-old and his family became acquainted with the U.S. health care system all too well.
The USC Athletic Department has received a $5 million gift from the Otis Booth Foundation to endow the department’s community service program.
Marking the first naming of a space in the JEP House, the Tesoriero family has designated funds from their USC Associates Provost-level membership to advance the community-based program.
Approximately 22,240 new cases of ovarian cancer will be diagnosed this year, and 15,500 women will die from the disease, according to estimates from the American Cancer Society.
The USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences kicked off its $750 million fundraising initiative with a gala that drew some 350 friends, administrators, faculty and students to the Ronald Tutor Campus Center.
The USC Price School of Public Policy celebrated its newly formed partnership with the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon by hosting a reception at Lewis Hall.
The retina of the eye is a highly complex structure. This thin membrane of nerve cells detects light entering the eye and converts it to electrical impulses.
For the 18th year in a row, the USC Good Neighbors Campaign has surpassed its goal, raising more than $1.6 million to help strengthen local communities.
Guests and researchers gathered to celebrate the future of cancer care at the annual STOP CANCER Research Career Development Awards presentation.
If there is one person who personifies the sky-high possibilities for Trojan women athletes, it’s Barbara Hedges.
The USC Price School of Public Policy has announced a new partnership with the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon.
Representatives from the Vons Foundation and Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge visited the Health Sciences Campus on Feb. 11 to present a check to the Women’s Cancer Program.
Supporting graduate medical education is a family tradition for A. Michael Everest, head of Residents Medical Group and chair of the Edwin Everest Foundation.
Producer and executive Andy Friendly ’73 and his wife, actress Pat Crowley, have created an endowment to help students who are struggling to complete their education at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.