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. He is a USC graduate with a degree in print journalism.
Stories by Eric Lindberg:
Science enthusiast finds many outlets for her passions at USC
Rather than worrying about finding a career path right away, Bethany Chen is taking advantage of her time as an undergrad to explore her diverse interests.
Geoffrey Garrett named as new dean of USC Marshall School of Business
The international political economist and current dean of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School will join USC in 2020.
USC Board of Trustees honors Wanda Austin’s leadership as interim president
University leaders recognize the aerospace and systems engineer for guiding USC through a tumultuous year and create an endowed scholarship in her honor.
Investment services expert Michael Felix joins USC Board of Trustees
The Trojan alumnus has held leadership roles with numerous USC organizations and is a seasoned veteran of the financial services industry.
Students can afford to go abroad thanks to USC Dornsife fellowship
International travel, field research and community service projects are accessible to first-generation students at USC through the Fisher Fellowship program.
Grateful for support that made college possible, USC grad pays it forward
Troy Camp co-director Marla Ross found her confidence at USC through financial assistance and guidance from mentors and friends. As a recent grad, she wants to help others do the same.
USC senior’s artwork gives a voice to the underrepresented
With commencement a week away, graduate Tola Oseni reflects on her use of graphic design, music and video to share untold stories and open the art world to previously excluded groups.
USC selects equity and engagement leader Felicia Washington for top HR position
The accomplished university administrator and attorney will serve as senior vice president for human resources, a new post in the USC president’s cabinet.
Business or social good? USC student chooses both after graduation
Mounir Ghabrial turned down a lucrative offer from a major consulting firm to join a startup focused on improving access to healthy food in Los Angeles.
Communications expert Glenn Osaki selected for USC’s senior leadership team
The 32-year agency veteran will oversee the university’s communications strategy as its new senior vice president and chief communications officer.
Driven to help immigrants, graduating senior finds her path at USC
As a Trojan, Tingyee Chang discovered her passion for research. It guided the daughter of Taiwanese immigrants toward a double major in neuroscience and public policy.
USC names David Wright as senior vice president for administration
The skilled manager and USC alumnus provides broad oversight of many critical functions of the university.
Residential college at USC Village renamed in honor of gift
USC Trustee William McMorrow and his wife, Leslie, endowed the college to provide a dynamic educational community for students.
In memoriam: Yang Ho Cho, transportation executive and USC trustee
The successful businessman earned his MBA from USC and led a global conglomerate that spanned many industries.
Swim With Mike helps standout athlete move forward after tragic accident
Master’s student and aspiring screenwriter Tyler Hoog finds friendship and hope through the USC scholarship initiative for athletes with physical disabilities.
USC medical leaders promote social justice as key step toward healing society’s ills
Preventive medicine expert Ricky Bluthenthal is leading the effort to pursue fairness in health and well-being at the Keck School of Medicine of USC’s new Office for Social Justice.
USC’s trees thrive under watchful eye of dedicated campus arborist
Thousands of trees create a park-like feel on the University Park Campus. Michael Wallich’s mission is to keep them all healthy and happy.
Mindfulness could be a key to recovering from substance abuse, USC experts say
Initial studies with young adults show dramatic drops in stress, cravings, impulsivity and risk of relapse after practicing mindfulness.
New gift strengthens USC Schaeffer Center’s influence in health policy
USC Trustee Leonard D. Schaeffer and his wife, Pamela, donate $17 million to the center they founded a decade ago to support rigorous research addressing health policy challenges.
Police badge is latest achievement for aspiring neuroscientist
USC student and radiation oncology specialist Faisal Rashid recently became the LAPD’s first Bangladeshi sworn officer through its reserve program.
USC steps up recycling and composting efforts in move toward zero waste
The university is diverting more of its trash from landfills to meet its ambitious sustainability goals.
First-generation USC students gain career and life advice from alumni mentors
Undergrads and alumni meet up regularly to polish resumes, practice networking skills and bond over shared first-gen experiences through a USC Career Center initiative.
Spring admits have new resource to ease their worries about adjusting to college: their peers
Seasoned USC students share their spring admit experience with incoming freshmen and transfer students through a new ambassador program.
New course on thriving at USC and beyond earns rave reviews
In a low-stress class geared toward incoming freshmen, students develop skills to lead balanced and fulfilling lives.