Democratic U.S. Reps. Adam Schiff, Katie Porter and Barbara Lee, as well as Republican businessman Steve Garvey have been invited to participate.
The closing event for Black History Month at USC draws more than 2,000 attendees to Founders Park.
The titles recognize faculty members who are leaders in their research fields.
A USC researcher hopes a long-term study of a 2021 oil spill will help guide decisions about how to repair affected ecosystems.
USC scientists conducted one of the largest-ever multiethnic studies of smoking and epigenetics. It could lead to better ways of predicting risk of smoking-related disease.
The university’s new public policy institute embodies the USC trustee’s vision for solving stubborn problems with scholarship and bipartisan dialogue.
As Black History Month comes to close, learn the story of Herman E. Hill, who was breaking down barriers in the 1920s and ’30s.
Trojan Jenean Glover devotes her time to empowering underrepresented creators and advocating for inclusive storytelling, programming and representation in top-level leadership.
A doctorate in history from USC Dornsife — and a boost from the Trojan Family — led Christina Copland to a career as a genealogist at Ancestry.com.
A new USC study suggests that interventions in diet during pregnancy could help address this health disparity faced by Latinas.
The honor recognizes innovation that has a real impact on the welfare of society.