A high school education in Nigeria set the tone for a collegiate life devoted to service, medicine and engineering.
The Department of Nursing aims to develop advanced practice nurses whose holistic approach to health is augmented by the expertise of social work.
Alumnus Fred Ryan notes key responsibilities facing lawyers and journalists in the current “fake news” environment.
Phi Kappa Phi, Sidney Harman Academy and Wall of Scholars all pay tribute to top USC scholars.
Passions for dance and programming fused into a memorable adventure for a USC student in Botswana.
Sebastian Vega worked on both sides of the multimedia news business, as a content creator and a manager.
USC is regularly among the top producers of students in the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange effort.
Melissa Gerald’s parents struggled with drug addictions and told her college was for “the rich,” but the determined young woman followed her own path.
Cory Johnson intends to help the vulnerable groups — immigrants, refugees, women of color and women in poverty — that don’t have a voice.
The rocketeer, researcher and environmentalist believes that advances in sustainability can be adapted from technologies developed for space exploration.