Panelists discuss their personal journeys to getting projects made and overcoming the disappointment of stalled projects, intermittent unemployment and rejection.
Women's History Month
As Women’s History Month continues, ophthalmologists Jesse Berry and Linda Lam talk about their roads to becoming physicians.
The Trojans described unexpected career trajectories and encouraged the audience to take risks, balance work and family, and seek joy in a demanding but rewarding career in real estate.
Monthlong observance begins with virtual event including President Carol L. Folt and some of the university’s own Trojan trailblazers.
As Women’s History Month wraps up and the 50th anniversary of Title IX approaches, USC Athletics’ Julie Rousseau discusses the role of women student-athletes in the fight for equality.
In Dreams of the Overworked, USC Professor Christine Beckman and her co-author examine what it means to live, work and parent in a world of increasing — and increasingly impossible — expectations.
Female students, faculty, staff and alumni are constantly blazing new trails and opening new doors, all while being authentically themselves – even in areas typically dominated by men. As Women’s History Month continues, take a look at what the music school’s talented women have been up to.
President Carol L. Folt joins students, faculty, staff and community members to launch a month of celebration, commemoration and remembrance.
USC experts highlight the continuing struggle for women’s equal rights and the legacy of the trailblazing women who have transcended gender barriers to contribute to a more perfect — and equal — union.
The Women in Science and Engineering program aims to expand opportunities for women in STEM, both within the university and beyond.