Philanthropist Barbara Bice has made a $2 million gift to support the work of the USC Gould School of Law’s Public Interest Law Foundation.
Trojan scientists are raiding deep fryers, developing alternative crops and taking to the open ocean in their quest to create renewable biofuels.
A USC study reveals new data about L.A.’s immigrant community that could guide policy in the future.
For more than 90 years, USC Gould School of Law students have worked with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles to seek justice for the marginalized and gravely ill.
Architecture students Sai Liang and Lingyu Huang were awarded first place in the competition for their ideas for a 37.6-acre open space proposed to be built over the 101 Freeway.
Year in review: USC scientists are serious about changing the world. Take a look at some of this year’s discoveries that are already positively affecting people’s lives.
The institute brought together key California researchers, policymakers and regulators to explore curbing the growth of greenhouse gas emissions in a cost-effective and equitable manner.
A news website co-created by USC Annenberg and USC Viterbi School of Engineering has been awarded funding from Google to bring journalism on crime, traffic and air quality to LA neighborhoods.
The USC Gould School of Law will offer a first-ever special topics legal externship class focused on the skills needed to advocate for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
USC study will use wearable sensors to provide new insights into the effects of air pollution on the developing brain and ways to reduce harm.