Alumna Tina Weier has discovered her dream job working as a pearl biologist in the paradisiacal Cook Islands.
In a Problems Without Passports course, Wayne Glass of international relations leads a group of undergraduates to Washington, D.C., to study nonproliferation and weapons of mass destruction.
This November marks the 25th anniversary of the collapse of the Berlin Wall. A new book by professor Mary Elise Sarotte traces how the event that marked the end of the Cold War in Europe was not just the result of actions by the United States.
After immersing themselves in Holland’s renowned city planning and design, students in the USC GeoDesign Problems Without Passports course propose ways to improve Los Angeles.
Undergraduates in Erin Moore’s Problems Without Passports (PWP) course become anthropologists when they travel to Brazil to study how another culture experiences the healing process.
Graduate students from throughout the world attend a USC Dornsife summer course in geobiology. Some of their research takes place at the USC Wrigley Marine Science Center on Catalina Island.