Bravo Medical Magnet High School and the Communication and Technology School students participated in “I Too Am: Media Arts, & Belonging,” a project designed by USC faculty.
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.
María Aranda hopes to shine a light on USC’s research as a member of Governor Gavin Newsome’s Task Force on Alzheimer’s Prevention and Preparedness.
USC‘s STAR program brings together students from Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School to work with USC faculty members on research.
President Folt joined USC basketball players in handing out more than $150,000 in donated gifts over the holidays.
Keck Medicine has collaborated with UnitedHealthcare and Optum to launch voice assistant capabilities for all Keck Medicine patients in any healthcare plan.
With the help of a $2 million NIH grant, Ray Goldsworthy is launching a research project aimed at helping those with cochlear implants regain their appreciation for music.
The university has announced the establishment of a full-ride scholarship for low-income students graduating from schools in USC Rossier’s Ednovate network.
The initiative aims to enhance vital pathways for Latino growth, advocacy and leadership at USC, in the community and beyond.
The USC School of Dramatic Arts’ medical clown program has partnered with the Children’s Bureau to provide healing and well-being to foster children.