Stories by Meg Sullivan:
Digging for peace in the Middle East
Israelis and Palestinians may not be able to agree right now on their present or future, but if a pair of Los Angeles archaeologists have their way, they soon will see eye to eye on their past.
Becket Professorships to Facilitate Studies in School Design and Educational Governance
Boyle Heights Project Unites Past and Present
The call went out for old photographs that reflected the neighborhood’s history. Current and former residents brought hundreds, and an archive blossoms.
Rossier Course Helps Students Help Themselves
Myron Dembo’s Educational Psychology and Technology class teaches strategies for college success.
For the Boyds of La Ca�ada, Commencement Is a Family Affair
Scholar Traces U.S.’ Secular, Religious Threads
Richard Wightman Fox has reshaped the field of American cultural history.
Mexican Immigrants in U.S. Keep Close Ties With Their Hometowns
The Robin Hood of Library Books Delivers the Goods
Efforts of Rossier graduate student Danny Brasselldouble the holdings of Compton Schools libraries.
Research Exposes Inequities in TV’s Hiring of African-American Actors
Architecture Students Help Create a New Vision for Museum
Community Design Studio tackles renovation project.
From Empty Containers to ‘Boom Town’
Teaching Assistant of the Year 2000: Thomas Cantwell
USC scholar George Sanchez to serve as first Haynes Foundation Fellow
The Haynes Foundation is one of the region’s premier supporters of study and research.
USC Marathoner Goes the Distance for Neighborhood Youths
Teen Pregnancy Study Finds New Factors
Student Film Airs on KCET
Researchers Track Violence From A to Z
The idea sprang from a 1995 gradute seminar. Now, Ronald Gottesman’s editorial epic covers all nuances of violence.
Sundance Showcases Works of USC Students
Two film projects screened at Utah festival raise the profile of Center for Visual Anthropology.
Junior Faculty Members Win $70,000 in Grants
SC/W Event to Focus on Global/Local Junctures
Dean Bice Will Return to Teaching
Researchers to Assess Youths at Risk for Joining Gangs
Architecture, Arts Students Create Designs to Nurture a Neighborhood
Hoover Corridor studios immerse future professionals in the community.
L.A. Architects’ Group Honors 3 USC Faculty
Koenig wins Gold Medal for his body of work; Lehrer, Mutlow for low-income and homeless projects.