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Dental hygiene students work alongside DDS students
Dental hygiene student Alisha Lee teaches dental students Cindy Tashiro and Taylor Purks different brushing methods. As part of the curriculum change, dental hygiene students work alongside dental students in the clinic. (Photo/Hannah Benet)

USC’s dental hygiene program transforms to serve a new generation of students

The Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC has reshaped its dental hygiene program to focus more on collaboration, adapt to new technology and better prepare graduates for an ever-evolving world.

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USC 2020 survey
The USC Relevance Report is a curated series of short essays from leading executives, academics and students in the public relations field, and covers a wide spectrum of topics and trends that will impact American society in the coming year. (Illustration/iStock)

2020 survey explores what people will tweet, tattoo, stream and share this year

The latest Relevance Report from USC Annenberg offers a glimpse into the topics, trends, brands and technologies that’ll connect with the average American in 2020.

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NAI holiday meal
Luz Vasquez (second from right) with her children Emily Ramirez, Joseph Ramirez and Stephanie Vasquez (from right, behind Luz), join other NAI families at a holiday celebration. (USC Photo/Gus Ruelas)

Local working families enjoy a holiday meal, thanks to Neighborhood Academic Initiative

To show their appreciation for families in the nearby community, the USC Leslie and William McMorrow Neighborhood Academic Initiative partnered with USC Hospitality to provide a warm holiday dinner.

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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.