Overeas study programs enrich education by exposing USC Price students to new ways of thinking.
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.
TITLE IX: USC alumna Tracy Tutor of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles fame embodies the spirit of the landmark anti-discrimination legislation. Women, she says, can be successful, competitive, smart — and funny.
The Trojans described unexpected career trajectories and encouraged the audience to take risks, balance work and family, and seek joy in a demanding but rewarding career in real estate.
The study is the first to specifically analyze how renters may benefit from minimum wage increases and how property owners capitalize on those increases: Rent hikes quickly followed the minimum wage increases.
As more companies go remote, the predicted demise of big cities — and their downtown working hubs — may be overblown, a USC real estate expert says.
Pairs of Trojans were tasked with producing proposals for two L.A. sites, providing a glimpse into the real-world relationship between real estate developers and city planners.
The donation is the first departmental naming gift for the USC Price School of Public Policy, creating the Wilbur H. Smith III Department of Real Estate Development.
As both a real estate agent and a cast member on Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, she’s benefitted from her acting training at the USC School of Dramatic Arts.
Real estate firm FivePoint’s $1 million donation from will help the public policy school attract senior faculty.