Three USC Price students are serving the Clark County community while working on their Master of Public Administration degrees online.
Ryan Nazar started Practical Healthcare to improve patient satisfaction, especially when it came to difficult disease and injury diagnoses.
For USC Bovard College graduate Evan Pierce, studying human resource management has lead to career highs, exciting opportunities and rewarding experiences.
Mary Rozelle left a longtime career as a dermatology physician assistant because she wanted to achieve a wider impact than is possible by helping just one patient at a time.
Founded by Trojan Khoban Nasim, Project Yaqeen has helped feed nearly 3,000 people in one year alone.
Frank Byrd uses skills learned in USC’s online Executive Master of Urban Planning program to tackle a new role at the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.
Veronica Frazier is a student in the Master of Public Administration program online.
Priscilla Hung has been a vital force for positive social change for nearly 25 years.
A passion for history led Jessica Castelo to a world of cataloging, organizing and curating information in USC’s online Master of Management in Library and Information Science program.
For Kristin Reichardt, the COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the critical need for experienced, passionate and knowledgeable public health professionals.