USC Price staff
Stories by USC Price staff:
How USC’s Center for Inclusive Democracy is using big data to transform voting
As the state of Georgia prepared for two U.S. Senate runoff elections in January, USC’s election experts offered tools that could help get important information to officials, community groups and voters.
Meet Bell Gardens’ newest city council member: USC student Jorgel Chavez
The progressive master’s student didn’t let the pandemic slow him down as he beat the odds to become the youngest council member in L.A. County.
Gift helps USC Price School support real estate education, sustainable communities
Real estate firm FivePoint’s $1 million donation from will help the public policy school attract senior faculty.
$1 million from Conrad N. Hilton Foundation furthers research to end homelessness
The Homelessness Policy Research Institute based at USC Price drives work to end homelessness in Los Angeles County by convening top researchers and policymakers.
Can cartoons win young minds and fight terrorism?
“It only takes an average man to radicalize and recruit vulnerable young people, and it only takes an average man to offer a different, peaceful narrative.”
USC partnership awarded regional workforce development center
METRANS leader Genevieve Giuliano to serve as senior researcher and project adviser.
Bedrosian Center signs pact to help public officials set policies
The agreement with Latino Caucus will establish an executive education program in public policy and administration.
USC, Schwarzenegger establish institute focused on state and global policy
Center will champion political bipartisanship for the benefit of society.