Pandemic May Delay College Graduation for Students of Color

A new study finds that students of color and low-income students are much more likely to say they’re planning to take fewer classes in the fall, likely delaying their graduation. 

Designing for a Better World

USC Viterbi recently hosted a virtual tech bootcamp for high school students, who worked in teams to develop solutions to COVID-19 problems.

A Data-Driven Reopening

USC Marshall researchers are part of a team creating an AI-based project to help Greece safely reopen to tourism, a mainstay of its economy.

Keck Participates in International Clinical Trial

Keck Medicine of USC is enrolling patients as part of an international clinical trial to study the antiviral drug DAS181 as a treatment for COVID-19.

New Campus Guidelines for USC Research Labs

As part of USC’s Project Restart, researchers must follow strict guidelines to return their labs and conduct research.

The Collective Toll of COVID-19 Deaths

A new USC analysis finds that more than one million Americans have lost a family member to COVID-19—and may experience lasting health and economic consequences themselves.

The Benefits of Effective COVID-19 Treatments

USC research asserts that treatments for COVID-19 before and during hospitalization could save thousands of lives and deliver billions of dollars in health-related gains.

Meeting the Coronavirus Head On

USC’s six-team COVID-19 Research Task Force is coordinating efforts to speed the development of targeted treatments and accelerate understanding of the disease.

COVID-Related Discrimination Unduly Impacts Racial Minorities

USC study reveals that 1 in 3 Asian, Black and Latino people have experienced pandemic-related discrimination, compared to 1 in 5 white people.

Teaching COVID-19

A new Keck School of Medicine course prepares students for the ways in medicine has adapted in response to the pandemic.