Eric Lindberg is the associate editor for features at USC University Communications. He is a USC graduate with a degree in print journalism.
Stories by Eric Lindberg:
USC professor’s DIY online teaching hack to engage students goes viral
Emily Nix wants to excite and captivate the students in her economics course this fall. With less than $60 in materials, here’s what she cooked up.
Information technology quickly brings USC together during the remote learning era
Online collaboration tools, high-tech gadgets that create the classrooms of the future and a virtual hub for students are just the start, USC tech experts say.
College students with learning disabilities grapple with pandemic’s effects
Learn how students with diagnosed learning differences like autism or dyslexia are faring with remote learning — and how USC can help.
$10 million gift from alum supports student scholarships and faculty research in real estate development
The donation is the first departmental naming gift for the USC Price School of Public Policy, creating the Wilbur H. Smith III Department of Real Estate Development.
USC’s new equity and Title IX expert guided by desire to help people through tough times
Attorney and higher ed leader Catherine Spear sees respect, access and inclusion at the heart of her work to prevent and address misconduct and discrimination.
Physics field trip for middle schoolers turns into online festival, giving kids a glimpse into a scientist’s life
COVID-19 can’t stop a popular annual science outing run by USC physics and astronomy experts for curious and enthusiastic local teens.
$4 million gift supports scholarships and student services at USC architecture and pharmacy schools
Retired architect and USC alumnus Edward C. Abrahamian and his wife, Sandra, honor his family’s legacy with their pledge.
Experienced administrator Kedra Ishop to oversee USC admissions and enrollment
Ishop brings decades of higher education experience to her new role as vice president for enrollment management at USC.
Women’s salaries plummet after giving birth. Here’s one way to restore their earning power
Mothers take a much bigger and long-lasting hit to their income after having a child compared with new fathers. A USC researcher found a promising strategy to narrow the gap.
Messages of hope and determination in alum’s film Miss Juneteenth
Channing Godfrey Peoples talks about the responsibility borne by Black artists, storytellers and creators today and the power of speaking your truth.
USC’s custodial crew steps up cleaning efforts to reduce coronavirus danger
Intense daily disinfecting work by a dedicated team of custodians keeps essential employees and others across USC’s two main campuses safer amid the COVID-19 emergency.
Get the care you need during COVID-19, health experts urge
Delays in treatment for problems like heart attack or stroke could have serious consequences. Keck Medicine of USC joins other local nonprofit health systems to encourage people to seek help.
Entertainment industry leader Corii Berg joins USC Board of Trustees
The USC alumnus and longtime university supporter plans to emphasize inclusion, access and connection in his new role.
To be more sustainable, this USC student starts with the shirt on her back
Jasmine Sears plans to use her degree in environmental studies to help the fashion industry do more to protect the planet.
This unsung hero cleans and disinfects the COVID-19 wing of USC hospital
Maria Saravia loves how her job at Keck Hospital of USC helps protect patients and health workers alike.
For students worried about the coronavirus or just a rash, USC Student Health stays open
Doctors, nurses and other health professionals provide support and guidance to USC students who need medical care, both on campus and online.
To test their cybercrime knowledge, USC students take witness stand in virtual courtroom
With COVID-19 cyberscams rampant, industry pros from firms worldwide watch as USC digital forensics students show their crime-fighting smarts in front of a real-life judge online.
These skilled USC-trained nurse practitioners risk their health to help others
“It’s their finest hour.” Recent graduates of USC’s family nurse practitioner program help people with the greatest need face the threat of COVID-19.
Thousands of USC students begin quietly — and safely — moving out of university housing
With careful planning and strict precautionary measures, USC housing and health and safety officials let students return to campus to collect their belongings as the spring semester ends.
Once homeless, USC neuroscience grad uses grit and determination to pursue his dreams
Tenacity and a belief in the power of education helped transfer student Nicholas Chapman build a better life for himself. He wants to become a doctor to give others the same chance.
USC postal crew keeps customers safe amid influx of mail during coronavirus era
As many USC employees work remotely, their letters and parcels amass on campus. The university’s mail specialists explain how they handle the postal pileup with rigorous safety precautions.
Now in isolation, USC acting students practice stage combat by fighting themselves — and we have video
Watch these Trojans wage solo battles in a fight choreography and acting course taught remotely on Zoom.
Prominent sociologist Pedro Noguera named as USC Rossier School of Education dean
One of the nation’s top experts in urban education and social inequality will lead USC’s education school beginning July 1.
Amy King Dundon-Berchtold, real estate investor and longtime USC supporter, 74
The philanthropist and her family had strong ties to USC and supported student scholarships, the USC Rossier School of Education, USC Athletics and many other university programs.