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.
USC Viterbi recently hosted a virtual tech bootcamp for high school students, who worked in teams to develop solutions to COVID-19 problems.
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 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.
As part of USC’s Project Restart, researchers must follow strict guidelines to return their labs and conduct research.
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.
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.
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.
USC study reveals that 1 in 3 Asian, Black and Latino people have experienced pandemic-related discrimination, compared to 1 in 5 white people.
A new Keck School of Medicine course prepares students for the ways in medicine has adapted in response to the pandemic.