Overeas study programs enrich education by exposing USC Price students to new ways of thinking.
Amid U.S.-China tensions, trade regulations and consumer demands have brought human rights into sharp focus. USC experts discuss how the global textile industry is changing.
USC experts examine the issues on the table, including disruptions in agricultural growth, food insecurity, energy, trade, the U.S.-China clash over technology and the Russian war on Ukraine.
Annette Kim, director of the Spatial Analysis Lab at the USC Price School, shares lessons learned from the Vietnamese city’s handling of contested public spaces.
Miles Jackson is the driving force behind Cuba Skate, a nonprofit organization that brings a humanitarian mission to Cuban youth via skateboards, tools, cooperative skills and entrepreneurial opportunities.
It’s the second time in three years that members of the law school’s Center for Transnational Law and Business spoke to the trade organization.
The addition of the South Australian law school boosts USC law school’s exchange agreements to seven.
USC experts weigh in on the impacts of the protracted conflict on climate change as world leaders convene for the annual climate summit — an event being held against the backdrop of Russian supply chain manipulation.
How USC and the American Film Showcase are changing the world, one film at a time.