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Marilyn L. Flynn has received the President’s Volunteer Service Award in honor of her commitment to strengthening the United States by making a difference through volunteer service.
For Lloyd Sun, meeting USC School of Social Work Dean Marilyn L. Flynn changed the way he now looks at the world.
As soon as Erika Braxton-White saw her 10-year-old client, she knew he was struggling with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Jeremy Goldbach, assistant professor at the USC School of Social Work, has been awarded a grant to develop a measure of stress for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adolescents.
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.”
USC administrators Marilyn L. Flynn and Karen Symms Gallagher received the first Provost’s Prize for Innovation in Educational Practice at the Academic Honors Convocation on April 23.
Scholars at the USC School of Social Work are taking advantage of innovative technology to engage with faculty and doctoral students at two other leading universities without ever leaving campus.
John Gaspari, executive director of the USC Center for Work and Family Life, is this year’s recipient of the USC President’s Award for Staff Achievement.
For the last four decades, Marleen Wong has dedicated herself to the mental health of traumatized children.
As new director of the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, Phillip Browning is acutely aware of the need for strong leadership in social work.