Tens of thousands of Trojans have taken part in the continuing effort.
The pedestal monuments represent USC’s Presidential Medallion, presented to faculty, staff and health care frontline workers in recognition for service amid the challenges of COVID-19.
The university is holding hiring events in an effort to meet the demands of reopening campus and fill more than 200 Care Crew, culinary and hospitality support positions.
The Asian Pacific Islander Faculty and Staff Association, or APIFSA, offers a space where USC faculty and staff can come together to address common concerns.
The senior vice president emeritus was responsible for the construction of more than 130 buildings on USC’s campuses and was key in planning the 1984 Olympics.
Once USC alum Darin Gray got his first taste of teaching, he couldn’t give it up. For decades, he’s helped educate Angelenos in science and math through USC Viterbi’s K-12 STEM Center.
It took a while for Cat Moore to learn how to create meaningful relationships. Now she’s helping USC students overcome the challenges and isolation caused by the pandemic.
Though Patricio Ginelsa only makes films in his spare time, his recent passion project, Lumpia with a Vengeance, is winning awards and charming audiences.
A university kitchen that normally prepares student meals is crafting healthy fare for L.A.’s older adults in need.
Intense daily disinfecting work by a dedicated team of custodians keeps essential employees and others across USC’s two main campuses safer amid the COVID-19 emergency.