During the recent launch of the USC Trojan Guardian Scholars program, which supports former foster youth who are now at USC, two students share their stories of courage and drive.
Many USC Dornsife faculty members share their knowledge and ideas during the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books over the weekend, held at USC’s University Park campus for the fourth year.
“Through Arieh Warshel, I have learned what science can help you achieve and what it can do for the good of the world and its people,” says 11th grade student Raqibul Mollah.
USC Dornsife economics alumnus Malcolm Smith’s fierce sense of determination leads him to become Super Bowl XLVIII MVP.
Students spend Spring break at the USC Wrigley Marine Science Center on Catalina Island studying the science of sustainable food. After lessons on aquaculture and aquaponics, they get their hands dirty creating compost in an edible garden.
USC Dornsife’s Joseph Boone, Macarena Gómez-Barris, María-Elena Martínez and James McHugh receive prestigious humanities fellowships.