Whether he was building one of the internet’s earliest social networks or championing equal rights, David Bohnett has made community a priority.
Duet — a student-built microphilanthropy startup — looks to connect donors with refugees and their family-owned stores in a more personalized and dignified way.
Troy Camp co-director Marla Ross found her confidence at USC through financial assistance and guidance from mentors and friends. As a recent grad, she wants to help others do the same.
Nicolas Duquette of USC Price tries to explain why increases in giving do not keep up with increases in income in the U.S.
Meet two Trojans who are proud to support USC, even after they left the football field and golf course.
Mei-Lee Ney’s donation is the largest in the history of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
William and Leslie McMorrow’s donation endows the Neighborhood Academic Initiative, ensuring ongoing support for future generations of promising students in South and East Los Angeles.
Their generous gift will ensure the university continues to attract and support accomplished academic leaders. USC Provost Michael Quick is the chair’s first holder.
Think of alumnus Albert T. Quon — and his funded scholarships for international students — the next time you pass his bronze bust in Bridge Hall.
The creative innovation adviser works with technology and consumer products companies from around the world.