Title IX expert Linda Hoos brings a wealth of experience to a transformed office that seeks to prevent and address reports of discrimination, harassment and retaliation involving all Trojans.
Attorney and higher ed leader Catherine Spear sees respect, access and inclusion at the heart of her work to prevent and address misconduct and discrimination.
Thousands are voicing their values and vision for how the university should reshape itself, through a process underway across USC’s campuses and centers.
For more than 20 years, “The Mayor” has been a fixture at USC. Now, he's tackling a new challenge: helping to change the university’s culture.
The USC Cultural Journey Values Poll will ask all faculty, staff and students to contribute ideas and help change how the university functions.
The aquatic biologist and noted academic leader returns to California to help the university write its next chapter.
The university adds an ombuds office, boosts compliance and makes background checks more stringent.
“I was determined to leave things better than I found them,” says Wanda Austin, who transfers leadership of USC to Carol L. Folt in July.
In the president’s annual address, Wanda M. Austin praises staff and faculty accomplishments and calls for USC to cultivate a community that works together.