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Warschaw Chair Endowed in USC College

Warschaw Chair Endowed in USC College

April 1, 2008

Thanks to a pledge of $3 million from USC trustee, philanthropist and community activist Carmen Warschaw (B.A., social work, ’39), a new endowed chair will be established in the political science department of USC…

Telling an Unfinished Story

Telling an Unfinished Story

April 1, 2008

Before dying of typhus in the Dutch concentration camp Bergen-Belsen, Anne Frank wrote in her world famous diary, “… in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.” If Frank…

Student Art and Research Get Their Day in the Sun

Student Art and Research Get Their Day in the Sun

April 1, 2008

  Divinity Barkley headed to Kenya through a study-abroad program with the plan to research traditional African naming rituals. But the USC College student’s experiences in Africa altered the course of her work…

USC College Appoints Diversity Director

USC College Appoints Diversity Director

April 1, 2008

  George Sanchez, professor of American studies and ethnicity and of history, has been named USC College’s director of College diversity. Howard Gillman, dean of the College, announced the appointment in an April…

They’re Earning; They’re Learning

They’re Earning; They’re Learning

April 1, 2008

Many students need extra money to pay bills or cover the cost of books and meals. Anita Rai was no exception. When the then-USC College freshman learned she could conduct research at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles…

Journalist Wins Top Prize at Play Festival

Journalist Wins Top Prize at Play Festival

April 1, 2008

“Juche Rules,” based on journalist Mark Niu’s surreal state-sponsored bus tour of North Korea, was singled out April 9 as the best play among four finalists at the USC College’s Master of Professional…

California Dreamin’

California Dreamin’

April 1, 2008

What is this geographical state — and state of mind — called California? There are as many answers as there are Californians. In a panel discussion titled “What Does California Mean?” some of the…

Brighde Mullins to Lead MPW Program

Brighde Mullins to Lead MPW Program

April 1, 2008

Playwright and poet Brighde Mullins has been named director of USC College’s Master of Professional Writing (MPW) Program. Mullins’ appointment, which begins July 1, concludes a yearlong national search. The…

USC College Alumnus Wins Asa V. Call Achievement Award

USC College Alumnus Wins Asa V. Call Achievement Award

April 1, 2008

Before presenting the university’s highest award for alumni achievement, USC President Steven B. Sample surprised an audience of nearly 550 and honored the recipient’s Trojan father. The unprecedented move came…

International Relations Professor Named Carnegie Scholar

International Relations Professor Named Carnegie Scholar

April 1, 2008

The Carnegie Corporation of New York announced April 4 that Laurie Brand, director of the USC School of International Relations, has been named a 2008 Carnegie Scholar. One of only 20 academics to receive the Carnegie award,…