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This year’s theme is “Reclamation Through Resistance, Rebirth Through Reconciliation.”
“I love strategizing,” says CBS Studios’ executive VP and co-head of business affairs.
The joint laboratory on the USC Health Sciences Campus is designed to advance early-stage research into lifesaving, commercially viable therapies.
People say they know what their blood pressure is — but two-thirds of adults don’t know the upper thresholds for normal or healthy blood pressure, according to a new USC study.
The independent student production company, which connects Trojans from different majors and schools, has been producing original works since 1996.
The USC alumnus — the creative force behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe — earned a Best Picture Oscar nomination in 2019 for producing Black Panther, the first superhero film
Deporting immigrants to countries where they never lived is causing mental and physical health disparities for individuals and families.
The multihyphenate musician and scholar comes to USC from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
TITLE IX: The USC Rossier professor — the first woman of color to lead the university’s Academic Senate — mulls the impact of the groundbreaking legislation that prohibited
The exhibit at the USC Fisher Museum of Art spotlights civil rights leader’s words, while historic images, audio and video recordings chronicle his visits to L.A. and USC.
After screening of ‘MLK/FBI,’ filmmaker and audience consider how surveillance of King affected his legacy
“They found stuff they thought would help to destroy his career,” says the film’s director, Sam Pollard, during USC visit. “But it didn’t.”
Ifunanya Nweke launched Jazz Hands for Autism, which has provided music training, vocational development and job placement for more than 150 musicians with autism.
Who could have predicted that gas stoves would be the latest hot topic to ignite the nation’s culture wars?
USC Kaufman alums Jordan Powell and Jake Tribus are the newest member of the dance group, which performs at Bovard Auditorium on Friday.
The award honors the year’s most accomplished film and episodic series adaptations, as well as the works on which they are based.
Results highlight areas for state legislators and school leaders to consider as they expand music education programs across California.
The USC-led study of more than 2,400 Facebook users suggests that platforms — more than individual users — have a larger role to play in stopping the spread of misinformation online.
Scientists from the USC Stem Cell laboratory of Rong Lu share new discoveries about the influence of multipotent progenitor cells (MPPs) that are co-transplanted along with stem cells during bone
Jackie’s Pain — the 11th book in a popular health literacy series created by USC Mann faculty member Mel Baron and producer Gregory B. Molina — combines health
Ishwar Puri, USC senior vice president for research and innovation, discusses some of the past year’s major accomplishments and what might be in store for 2023 and beyond.
TITLE IX: Willow Bay was a high-profile TV news anchor before becoming USC Annenberg’s first female dean.
Anthony Gharib and Rachel Grode were honored in an on-court ceremony, where members of the Hearn family joined them.
AI-powered analysis developed at USC accurately reflects risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease based on brain age.
The Understanding America Study, created and managed by USC Dornsife’s Center for Economic and Social Research, enables researchers to quickly field surveys to the public.
Other highlights include the Trojan Marching Band and Cardinal Divas participating in the Kingdom Day Parade and an exhibit at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.
Researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of USC are now one step closer to understanding how to halt the spread of the deadly disease in the body.
This is the second year in a row that a Trojan has received the top award in engineering education.
The USC team’s study showed that an informational letter from the county medical examiner reduced the number of opioid prescriptions clinicians wrote.
The buildup of a protein called amyloid beta in the brain, often thought to be connected to Alzheimer’s, may instead be a general change that occurs with age even in healthy brains,
Dean Pedro Noguera and Professor Shaun Harper are in the top 10 in the RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings for 2023.
From aiding romance to communicating with God, scent has long been attributed near mystical abilities.
USC Price’s Jeffrey A. Jenkins, who literally wrote the book on contested speakership elections, breaks down the ongoing political battle.
Scientists aiming to save failing reefs by transplanting healthy coral reveal that success lies with genetic diversity — and not a single, coveted “super coral.”
The USC-led study demonstrates the strong association between children’s early sensory trajectories and later sensory challenges impacting their development.
A curriculum partnership among USC’s pharmacy, social work and medical schools drives the new Master of Addiction Science program. It’s the first of its kind at a major university.
Diana Ramos, California surgeon general, is a proud double Trojan. She shares her goals in the statewide role.
A large-scale study of mothers shows those who experienced sweeping changes to their daily lives were particularly susceptible to experiencing symptoms of traumatic stress specific to the pandemic.
Natsuko Ohama of the USC School of Dramatic Arts discusses balancing teaching and performing, maintaining a healthy voice as an actor — and receiving certain letters from a famous
The program provides a full range of gender-affirming health care services for transgender, nonbinary and gender-diverse adult patients in a safe and supportive environment.
Meet five students for whom scholarships are providing an education in USC’s one-of-a-kind master’s program in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine.
For Kristin Reichardt, the COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the critical need for experienced, passionate and knowledgeable public health professionals.
In Los Angeles County, 256 homeless people died of COVID-related causes in a 22-month period — a rate more than twice that seen in the general population.
As the music school unveils a new master’s degree in popular music teaching and learning, graduates who are already teaching are adapting to the growing demand for music instruction beyond
“COVID has proven to be the costliest disaster in U.S. history,” says one USC expert on the economic impact of disasters. Now the fast-spreading virus is intersecting with a rise in
Professor Kate Burton notes that Allen is one of the only directors she’s worked with who pays attention to each of the extras in a scene, knowing that they are valuable contributors to the
Foundation grants support newly published research at the intersection of stress responses, aging and cellular structure and function.
Researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of USC have designed a study, to be conducted during the upcoming space mission, that tests a new way to collect X-rays in outer space.
Associate Professor Megan McCain and postdoc Megan Rexius-Hall’s creation could one day serve as a testbed for personalized heart drugs.
For researchers who use Twitter as a primary source of data, recent changes to the platform and the exit of many users altogether could be debilitating.
Another big industry is being targeted for disruption. USC experts discuss the significance of Mark Cuban and Jeff Bezos launching online pharmacies as Americans pay high costs for prescription drugs.
Larissa Gurjão Pereira De Lima’s game teaches teams to tackle the most difficult problems facing organizations, governments and countries across the globe.
“I’m No. 9 nine of 14 kids, so I’ve been making my own clothes my whole life,” says the assistant professor of costume design. “I feel in a way that I’m doing
The Research Program Project Grant will enable researchers to develop statistical methods aimed at uncovering new risk-factors associated with cancer by drawing upon datasets of several cancer studies.
USC Viterbi student Anshay Saboo shows users the concert festival lineup of their dreams.
Tens of thousands of Trojans have taken part in the continuing effort.
The Leapfrog Top Teaching Hospital national designation recognizes the institution for outstanding quality and safety.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and the Keck School of Medicine of USC team up on dozens of important research programs.
Researchers at USC’s Center for Economic and Social Research documented worsening mental health since 2013 among both boys and girls.