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Inspired by the line of American Girl dolls, a USC Dornsife student draws on her love of children’s fiction for her senior project.
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.
An international team of researchers led by USC psychologist Margaret Gatz compared the brains of twins where one or both died of Alzheimer’s.
Associate Professor Emeritus of German Cornelius Schnauber, an eminent and highly decorated scholar, historian, playwright, novelist and pianist, has died. He was 74.
USC staff members have won seven journalism accolades that demonstrate the university’s expertise in crafting exceptional stories and graphics.
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Edward Blum, who taught at USC Dornsife for more than 40 years, has died. He was 90.
The excitement was palpable as guests mingled at a recent reception held in downtown Los Angeles to announce the largest gathering of underrepresented minority scientists and STEM students in the United States.
Are you reading this article on a Samsung Galaxy smartphone? If so, you’re seeing this in color using technology developed at USC.
USC senior Angie Kim’s advice for her fellow students: “If you want to do something, no one’s stopping you.”
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.
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.
Most teachers and parents will tell you that certain words prove more challenging to pronounce for a child learning to read.
Inside Track assigns incoming students to student mentors, and it’s not too late for spring freshmen and transfer students to sign up.
Wendy Wood, Provost Professor of Psychology and Business, has obtained a $1.5 million National Science Foundation grant to explore ways to reduce energy consumption in office buildings.
People take notice when in the space of a few years, you surge to No. 11 from 46 in the national Philosophical Gourmet Report rankings.
Moh El-Naggar will receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, which was established in 1996.
Robert Shrum, a veteran political consultant with experience guiding presidential, senatorial and gubernatorial campaigns, will join the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and 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.