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Eric Lindberg

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 alumni PPE donations COVID-19
Creating masks, making hand sanitizer, raising money and engineering new technologies are some ways USC alumni are helping others during the pandemic. (Photos/Courtesy of Andrew and Diana Sedler, Amy Atmore and Thomas Won, clockwise from top left)

USC alumni join push to protect doctors, nurses and other health care heroes from COVID-19

Trojans across the world are stepping up in this time of need with 3D printing expertise, generous donations and countless acts of kindness in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

family support group parenting school
Michael Hsiao spends quality time with his wife, Kimberly, and daughter, Peyton; he encourages other graduate students with children at the USC School of Pharmacy to find similar work-life balance through a new support group. (Photo/Danny Nguyen, Blue Soul Photography)

Support group helps USC students balance grad school and parenthood

Members of the student-led program share advice on making time for work and family life. USC leaders are planning to expand the initiative across the Health Sciences Campus this year.

new USC computer science building
The new Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Building will emphasize open spaces for collaboration and interaction among students, researchers, faculty members and visitors. (Rendering/Harley Ellis Devereaux)

Gift from Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg helps establish new building for computer science at USC

Support from ophthalmologist Allen Ginsburg and his wife, Charlotte, will help the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s computer and data science programs continue their dramatic growth.

USC STAR program Bravo High
USC‘s STAR program brings together students from Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School, like Nirali Patel, center, to work with USC faculty members on research. (USC Photo/Eric Lindberg)

Here’s one way to get more diversity in science and health fields

When you don’t know any doctors or scientists, it can be tough to imagine becoming one. The USC STAR program introduces teens to real lab work, and it’s one of many initiatives supported by the university’s Good Neighbors Campaign.