USC Roski’s Expanded Grad Facility Located in L.A.’s Arts District

The move will bring the school’s three advanced degree programs together and provide additional state-of-the-art amenities for the artists, designers and scholars.

USC Scientist Studies how Lizard Tail Regeneration can Heal Humans

Professor Thomas Lozito’s lab at USC compares limb and tail regeneration in lizards and salamanders and ponders its application in humans.

“Tough Love” for Robots

USC researchers find that training a robot with a human adversary significantly improves the robot’s grasp of objects.

USC Ranked No. 8 on Reuters’ 2019 Most Innovative Universities in the World

The annual list identifies and ranks educational institutions doing the most to advance science, invent new technologies and power new markets and industries.

USC Researchers Reveal Gender Differences in Kidney

Findings could help millions of Americans suffering from kidney disease by distinguishing how the illness affects men and women differently.

Covering the Forgotten Stories of Hurricane Maria

Seven students and three faculty members traveled to Puerto Rico in May to report on living conditions post-Hurricane Maria.

USC Viterbi Professor Receives National Honor

Gisele “Gigi” Ragusa received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring from the White House Office of Science and Technology.

A Grant to Fund Transfer Learning Research

The $1.5 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency grant will help USC Viterbi faculty build a foundation in this growing field.

The Forgotten History of “Kristallnacht”

A USC Dornsife historian has uncovered new information about the mass destruction of Jewish homes during an infamous night of violence in Nazi Germany.

Could A Building Help Thwart the Next Active Shooter?

USC researchers have designed a virtual environment to test how building features in schools and offices help or hurt occupants during active shooter incidents.