You could say that USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy alumnus Ben Wan has devoted his professional attention to taking out the trash.
USC’s Katrina Brownell finds that negative personality traits in entrepreneurs can foster new venture success – but most only in moderation.
Anant Vasudevan wanted to reform how — and where — young creatives do business. The result is Verci, a New York-based “campus” offering a curated creative space for people on unconventional paths.
Ryan Nazar started Practical Healthcare to improve patient satisfaction, especially when it came to difficult disease and injury diagnoses.
The USC Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab’s Undergraduate Scholars Program paired Russell Agustin with professional mentors.
COMMENCEMENT: Graduating USC Viterbi senior Sarah Hakim helped create Trojan Marketplace, a student-run market featuring exclusively Trojan-owned small businesses.
TITLE IX: “Sports gave me the confidence to question barriers that are out there and think about ways to overcome them,” says USC Marshall Professor Jill Kickul.
Ursa Major, a company with 13 USC Viterbi alumni, seeks to democratize access to space.
Oliver Laryea — one of more than 2,000 students who start at USC this month — is ready to take advantage of everything the university has to offer, from academics to connections only the Trojan Family can provide.
A computer science and economics duo has created a software company that streamlines the process.