For five years, as part of the Warrior-Scholar Project, USC has partnered with the academic boot camp to help veterans transition from active duty to college.
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USC Dornsife researchers have discovered that corals can pass on their reshuffled symbiotic algae, which may help their progeny withstand climate change.
The space at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Koreatown opens early November and will be serving six housing-insecure college students from across Los Angeles who are enrolled in at least 2 units.
The space features a 2D/3D print area, a wood shop, a metal shop, an electronics and textile shop, a spray painting booth, a section for composites and plastics, as well as a finishing room.
The program gives first-generation and other underrepresented college students front-line research experience while building skills and confidence to transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
This October, thirty Internal Medicine Residents will participate in USC’s first Global Health Program, traveling to Isla Colon (Panama), to provide healthcare screenings.
The American Heart Association recognized Keck Hospital of USC by bestowing its 2019 Get With The Guidelines – Heart Failure Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.
Working with a clinical radiologist, USC computer scientists combined visual effects techniques and medical imaging to create precise model of the human hand in motion.
Follow along as one group of first-year Keck School of Medicine students visits the Downtown Women’s Center to serve healthy meals and embrace members of the local community.
Portraits of Holocaust survivors appear alongside interactive testimonies in Facing Survival, a USC Fisher Museum of Art and USC Shoah Foundation collaboration open through Dec. 7.