TITLE IX: For almost five decades at USC, Jean Chen Shih has excelled at research and in teaching. She says the groundbreaking legislation is as important now as it was 50 years ago.
The agreement creates dynamic interdisciplinary educational tracks for students in the rapidly growing, high-demand fields of biomedical engineering and regulatory science.
USC students, faculty and staff members will be among the billions of people worldwide celebrating Lunar New Year on Feb. 1.
Tiara Wilson studies how themes of resistance, justice and identity are expressed in the region’s immensely popular music genre.
Sparked by a paralyzing car accident and a passion for computing, the USC Viterbi doctoral student seeks to reimagine technology for people with disabilities.
The pandemic didn’t stop the Trojans in Julie Hopper’s ecology class from catching and studying insects from yards and fields all around the world.
Years of research from USC Dornsife’s Chien-Ping Ko have led to the FDA’s approval of risdiplam, a cheaper and easier-to-administer drug for children with spinal muscular atrophy.
A study by the USC Dornsife Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration reveals new information about Los Angeles’ immigrant population.
She came to USC to start a lab — one that today holds a key resource in the fight against COVID-19 — and to be herself.
Ma Ying-jeou speaks at Town and Gown and takes part in a Q&A with USC Annenberg Dean Willow Bay.