Josh Grossberg is a media liaison with the USC Shoah Foundation. As a journalist, his work has appeared in publications ranging from the Los Angeles Times to the Kurdistan Times. An award-winning writer, Josh’s work has been honored by the Associated Press, California Newspaper Publishers Association, the Los Angeles Press Club and others.
Stories by Josh Grossberg:
USC Shoah Foundation opens new office, kicks off 25th anniversary commemoration
Event marks the start of the 25th anniversary of the institute, which shares testimonies of 55,000 survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides.
USC Shoah Foundation honors Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks
At the star-studded Ambassadors for Humanity Gala, the pair are honored for their longstanding commitment to humanitarian causes and support of veterans.
How to teach against hate? Lean on genocide survivors
Learning from eyewitnesses of some of history’s darkest moments, educators strive to teach the power of decency and respect.
Football festivities remember young USC fan who died of leukemia
The Trojan Family shows its admiration for Taylor Hammond, a boy with a fighting spirit and sense of humor, while spreading the word about the importance of registering to be a bone marrow and stem cell donor.
Exhibit lets visitors ‘talk’ with Nanjing Massacre survivor in Mandarin
USC Shoah Foundation develops technology that allows audiences to interact with the recorded image of a genocide survivor.
George Lucas, Mellody Hobson receive Ambassador for Humanity Award
USC Shoah Foundation honors the couple for a commitment to humanitarian efforts.
USC Shoah Foundation staff members attend genocide commemoration in Armenia
Somber ceremony includes Russian, French presidents and dignitaries from around the world.
Listen to a century of voices on the Armenian Genocide
During April, the USC Shoah Foundation will release survivor and witness testimony clips to honor the 100th anniversary of the atrocity.
‘We do not want our past to be our children’s future’
USC Shoah staff members join survivors and dignitaries to mark the liberation of Auschwitz on Jan. 27, 1945.
Teachers, students learn lessons of Auschwitz firsthand
USC Shoah Foundation education program precedes Tuesday’s 70th anniversary of the liberation of the notorious death camp.
Digital journalism: Your Sunday newspaper will never be the same
‘What does this story look like, feel like, sound like?” Digital interconnections will bring alive the great victories and tragedies — and everyday stories — taking place half a world away.
President Obama honored by USC Shoah Foundation
The president was recognized with the Ambassador for Humanity Award for his efforts to protect human rights, his commitment to education and his work advancing opportunities for all.
UN official urges action to stop sexual violence
Using sexual assault as a weapon of war is a deep-rooted problem that causes misery and pain long after the fighting stops, says Zainab Hawa Bangura.
Clooney receives USC Shoah Foundation’s Ambassador for Humanity Award
George Clooney was honored in New York with the Ambassador for Humanity Award at the annual gala for the USC Shoah Foundation.
CHLA doctors make 7,500-mile house call
Instead of bringing ailing children to those who could help them in Los Angeles, CHLA doctors opted to visit them abroad.
Biomarkers help USC researchers prevent failure after tissue transplants
Researchers at the Keck School of Medicine of USC have found a way to identify patients who may be susceptible to certain complications while recovering from large wounds and complicated reconstructive surgeries.
Keck tech keeps pace with life-saving tools
Pacemakers and defibrillators are fairly common life-saving devices these days, but when Rahul Doshi was getting his start in the medical profession, they both relied on fairly rudimentary technology.
Practice makes perfect at surgical skills center
Becoming a doctor requires years of attending lectures, watching PowerPoint presentations and reading stacks of thick textbooks filled with charts and graphs.
Keck Medical Center to host blood management symposium
Keck Medical Center of USC will host the annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Blood Management.
Researchers to study tobacco addiction of African-Americans
Researchers at the Keck School of Medicine of USC have been awarded a five-year, $1.8 million grant to study the links between genetics, tobacco addiction and withdrawal in African-Americans.
USC surgeon honored for helping minorities
Henri Ford has been honored with the 2013 Academic Medicine and Clinical Practice Award from National Medical Fellowships.
USC to study tobacco addiction in African-Americans
Keck School of Medicine of USC researchers have been awarded a five-year, $1.8 million grant to study the links between genetics, tobacco addiction and withdrawal in African-Americans.
Keck Medical Center implements new record-keeping system
With training of a new electronic medical record system well under way, Keck Medical Center of USC is a step closer to eliminating most paperwork and improving patient experience.
Faculty departures reflect well on Keck School’s reputation
Three top doctors from the Keck School of Medicine of USC have been recruited for prestigious chairmanships at other institutions.