This year marks the largest number of USC Dornsife students from the Master of Liberal Studies program to present their research at the annual, international Graduate Liberal Studies Joint Symposium.
Master of Liberal Studies student Mischalgrace Diasanta receives the scholarship for her exceptional work, including a paper about how Muslim Filipinos were viewed in American travel writing in the early 1900s.
Nearly 100 students, alumni and faculty attended, including three USC Dornsife participants who presented their research papers.
Jeri Schuessler-Loynachan receives scholarship in honor of USC Dornsife alumna Mary Roney at the program’s annual colloquium.
In honor of USC Dornsife alumna Mary Roney, the first scholarship will be announced and awarded at the program’s annual colloquium May 10.
Historian Kevin Starr of USC College has written more than a dozen books about the Golden State. His latest book published chronicles the life and times of the Golden Gate Bridge.
The MLS alumna discussed "Re: The Los Angeles River: An Urban Exploration" at the conference in Dallas, Texas.
The Professor of Philosophy and English discussed how the Abstract Expressionists could be viewed as critics or respondents to the social homogenization which marked the 20th century.
USC College Master of Liberal Studies students presented their research at the Fourth Annual Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium jointly sponsored by eight universities worldwide.
Jim Kincaid and the Master of Liberal Studies program join Ring Festival LA in sharing Richard Wagner's four opera cycle with listeners of all ages.
USC College students will attend a summer symposium to present their research with colleagues and alumni from 10 universities worldwide.
MLS faculty Travis Longcore’s work is featured.
USC MLS students are featured in the New York Times.
MLS faculty member Travis Longcore's research in light pollution is featured in the November 2008 cover story of National Geographic.
Mirthmeisters keep USC crowd laughing during a funny forum on comedy and politics. Features Jim Kincaid and his "Culture of Comedy" MLS course.
Watch the ALOUD Lecture Series featuring Judith Freeman and the MLS course "Representations of LA."
Maureen Corrigan reviews Judith Freeman’s The Long Embrace: Raymond Chandler and the Woman He Loved on NPR.
USC College’s Master of Professional Writing and Master of Liberal Studies programs’ symposium examines the slippery slope where fact meets fiction.
MLS program featured in the the Los Angeles Times