The USC alumna and Oscar nominee accepts the award, which celebrates artists whose careers embrace versatility and innovation in the multifaceted landscape of the entertainment world.
The recognition follows the Keck School of Medicine professor’s recent study that showed that a hormone produced by the fetus triggers nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
The university is one of only 12 institutions named as top producers for both of the prestigious programs.
The team wins the USC Annenberg investigative reporting award for its work exposing conflicts of interest among U.S. Supreme Court justices.
USC Thornton faculty and alumni — from artists to composers to industry professionals representing winners — receive more than 15 awards.
Neil Siegel helped build technology from GPS to touch screens, earning him the nation’s highest honor for tech achievements.
USC Viterbi’s Terry Benzel, Mike Shuo-Wei Chen and Maryam Shanechi are honored for their contributions.
María P. Aranda and Yuri Jang receive prestigious recognition for their high-impact research careers dedicated to healthy aging.
The professors in the USC Viterbi Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are among 162 inductees.
USC programs are recognized for student engagement and racial equity from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.