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Graduate Diversity News at USC Dornsife

Sanchez’s Vision for Diversity
July 10, 2014

George Sanchez has received a Diversity Visionary Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine.

Sanchez Selected AHA-PCB President
June 24, 2014

George Sanchez has been nominated president-elect of the American Historical Association’s Pacific Coast Branch for the…

Industry and Academe Team Up
May 22, 2014

USC Dornsife and nonprofit research institute Calibr will collaborate to transform basic research into medicines. First up,…

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Graduate Diversity

 

The USC Dornsife Office of Diversity works on a series of initiatives and strategies to ensure diversity in PhD programs. We work collaboratively with other USC units and 23 departments in Dornsife to develop concrete strategies for the recruitment and retention of diverse PhD students.

 

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RECRUITMENT

We partner with other units across the USC campus and external organizations to diversify our student population and ensure that diversity is central to our outreach.

FUNDING

A variety of funding opportunities at USC and outside are available to support our graduate students. 

GRADUATE TRAINING AND MENTORING

USC programs support students to navigate through their education and specific training and mentoring opportunities.

 

Homing in on a Ph.D.

American studies and ethnicity doctoral student Priscilla Leiva has earned a coveted Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship. She is studying the complex relationship between sports stadiums and their surrounding communities.

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Supporting Diversity in Science 

The USC Dornsife Office of Diversity is proud to announce the launch of a new SACNAS chapter (Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science) on campus. SACNAS works to promote and support diversity in all scientific fields.

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Post Graduate Placement

Laura Barraclough (American Studies and Ethnicity)

Ana Rosas (History)

Lu Chen (Neuroscience)

Katie Mussack (Physics)

Kris Marsh (Sociology)

Rosina Lozano (History)

Emir Estrada (Sociology)