Chase Millsap co-directed the comeback story “Small Town Strong,” which chronicles how the people of Portsmouth, Ohio, battled opioid addiction.
More than 250 Trojans enjoy camaraderie and share stories during USC’s Veterans Day event.
Social work alum and Afghanistan veteran Dylan Moore says his real-world experience informs his role as an on-campus therapist.
The philanthropist established the Schoen Family Scholarship Program for Veterans Endowment, which provides financial support for veterans studying at the university.
Researchers at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work release the first needs assessment of veterans across Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties.
After serving almost a decade in the military, Nicholas Brands was ready for a change. USC Price's online Master of Public Administration program was just what he was looking for.
TITLE IX: Janine Williams says the landmark legislation is about opening doors and leaving the door open for who will come next.
COMMENCEMENT: Former U.S. Navy Blue Angels team member Amber Lynn Scott, who is receiving her doctorate this week, became interested in studying high reliability organizations for her dissertation to make a positive impact for military and first responders.
COMMENCEMENT: With his Master of Science in Nursing, Tyler Christy feels prepared and empowered to improve primary health care needs.
USC President Carol Folt joins community leaders at the renovated campus, which includes a USC-run preschool and housing for homeless veterans and their families.