Eric Lindberg is a special projects writer with USC University Communications. He previously worked as an editor and writer with the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work from 2010 to 2017. He is a USC graduate with a degree in print journalism.
Stories by Eric Lindberg:
High school storytellers sharpen their skills at USC Annenberg
Los Angeles-area students learn about careers in communications, journalism and multimedia during a monthlong summer academy.
Math and music merge for Trojan with footholds in two worlds
Paul Chyz grew up with eclectic interests in science and the guitar. USC helped him bring them together.
Summer scholarships help students afford career-boosting internships
Rent and other expenses often keep students from pursuing unpaid summer internships. USC Career Center’s Dream Dollars initiative offers much-needed relief.
Multimedia journalist wants to rebuild the industry’s reputation
Alumna Sanika Bhargaw is confident she has the skills to succeed no matter how the industry evolves, thanks to the knowledge she gained at USC Annenberg.
Smart buildings that keep us comfy and content might happen sooner than you think
USC experts in architecture, engineering and other disciplines turn our passive surroundings into responsive structures that promote productivity and well-being.
Scared by artificial intelligence? Fear not, tech-savvy USC grad says
Electrical engineer Eric Deng sees robots as future caretakers, companions and even therapists of sorts. He’ll join Facebook as its first robotics engineer this fall.
Epstein family gift enhances sports medicine research and care at USC
Epstein Family Foundation donates $10 million to name the USC Epstein Family Center for Sports Medicine.
After 70 years, Troy Camp still thrills and nurtures local kids
Canoeing, horseback riding and archery are among the highlights of USC’s popular student-run summer camp. But outdoor adventures are just the start.
Real estate executive and dedicated Trojan alumna Jaime Lee joins USC Board of Trustees
The past president of the USC Alumni Association Board of Governors oversees one of the largest office and multifamily residential real estate firms in Los Angeles.
Trojan undergrad believes in the power of science to conquer cancer
Cancer researcher and graduating senior Sophie Wix will pursue medical breakthroughs this fall as USC’s first Fulbright scholar to the University of Cambridge and the United Kingdom.
Gift supports biomedical therapeutics at USC
Retired ophthalmologist Allen Ginsburg and his wife, Charlotte, donate $10 million to name the USC Institute for Biomedical Therapeutics.
$20 million gift creates research center on longevity and aging at USC
Mei-Lee Ney’s donation is the largest in the history of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
USC’s life-changing college-prep program for local youth receives transformative gift
William and Leslie McMorrow’s donation endows the Neighborhood Academic Initiative, ensuring ongoing support for future generations of promising students in South and East Los Angeles.
For this Los Angeles student, USC offered the path to a better life
Chemistry whiz Ryan Lopez wants to become the role model he never had growing up in South Los Angeles.
USC Warren Bennis Scholars face high expectations
The first graduates of USC’s new ethical leadership honors program hold promise for tackling society’s most pressing challenges.
Gift boosts lung disease research at Keck School of Medicine of USC
USC scientists developing new treatments and cures for pulmonary diseases will benefit from a $12.5 million donation from the Hastings Foundation.
Trojans hoop it up at wheelchair basketball tournament
The annual USC event gives students with disabilities an opportunity to compete in organized sports.
Shelly and Ofer Nemirovsky endow USC provost’s chair
Their generous gift will ensure the university continues to attract and support accomplished academic leaders. USC Provost Michael Quick is the chair’s first holder.
Students with a passion for social justice find a home at USC’s Bohnett Residential College
For students passionate about making the world a better place, Bohnett Residential College is the home they’ve been looking for.
After life-changing injury, USC student uses sports to heal and thrive
A diving accident in high school left Zachary Pickett paralyzed just as he reached his prime. But that didn’t stop the Swim With Mike scholarship recipient from pursuing his athletic passions.
Theater proves to be a Trojan’s guiding light
All-around technical whiz makes the most of his time as a Stamps Scholar at USC, including a launch of his own theater company.
USC senior rebounds from tragedy to help others with disabilities
A spinal cord injury in high school left Zack Wentz paralyzed. He turned that misfortune into a passion for breaking down barriers for himself and fellow Trojans with disabilities.
Paralyzed former police officer, on long road to recovery, finds hope at USC
Kristina Ripatti’s life was upended after being shot while chasing down a robbery suspect. Now she forges a new identity in social work at USC, with help from a Swim With Mike scholarship.
Swim With Mike scholarship program for athletes with physical disabilities grows stronger than ever
Hundreds of students have benefited from USC’s 38-year-old initiative. This year’s annual fundraiser kicks off Friday.