Gift from college access program’s namesakes, Leslie and William McMorrow, fund classrooms.
Underserved students in STEM fields get on track to success at four-year institutions through a unique effort among USC, UC Santa Barbara and community colleges.
A “fireside chat” between USC President Carol L. Folt and Mayor Karen Bass reinforces the university’s collaborative work with the city in a united quest to care for the unhoused, whose numbers have increased since COVID.
The USC Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab’s Undergraduate Scholars Program paired Russell Agustin with professional mentors.
High school students tour state-of-the-art laboratories at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and hear from undergraduates about their work.
The move will allow providers like USC’s Street Medicine team to be reimbursed for care they provide to people who are unhoused.
TITLE IX: Since becoming an administrator, Theda Douglas has made a difference in the lives of thousands of participants in her programs.
Alumni from Troy Camp’s 75-year history reunited for their first fundraising gala since 2019.
This year’s gala honors a class of scholars who bonded during trying times to help one another succeed as they progressed through the USC Leslie and William McMorrow Neighborhood Academic Initiative.
TITLE IX: Kim Thomas-Barrios’ career has been dedicated to helping students pursue a college education and achieve their dreams.