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Economist wins Tyler Prize for showing links between poverty, sustainable development and environmental health

Economist wins Tyler Prize for showing links between poverty, sustainable development and environmental health

May 5, 2016

Sir Partha Dasgupta noted a dichotomy in how people around the globe view the current state of the world. Speaking at the Tyler Prize Laureate Lecture on April 21 on USC’s University Park campus, he described the groups…

Hooding doctors of poetry and paleontology

Hooding doctors of poetry and paleontology

May 4, 2016

Elizabeth Petsios: Appreciating Disaster Liz Petsios traveled frequently to collect rock samples for her doctoral research on ecosystems after a mass extinction. Photo courtesy of Liz Petsios. Elizabeth (Liz) Petsios…

Cardinal, Gold and Rubi: First-Gen College Student's Journey

Cardinal, Gold and Rubi

May 4, 2016

From her South L.A. high school through her USC Dornsife graduation, we followed Rubi Garcia, a first-generation college student, through the years. We watched her grow as a person and a scholar as she talks about her…

Eric Weintraub on finding inspiration

Beyond the lecture hall: How a general education course inspired me to write my first book

May 3, 2016

Sitting in USC’s Taper Hall in 2010, I would listen to Jody Agius Vallejo, associate professor of sociology, talk about the mass deportation of long-settled undocumented families, and how people from south of the border…

2016 Dornsife Scholars demonstrate educational excellence aimed at positive global impact

2016 Dornsife Scholars demonstrate educational excellence aimed at positive global impact

May 2, 2016

Hard work and dedication have paid off for eight outstanding seniors — they have been named 2016 USC Dornsife Scholars. The USC Dornsife Scholars program recognizes exceptional seniors who are committed to educational…

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