A $6.6 million gift from the Shinnyo-en Buddhist order supports the newly named USC Shinso Ito Center for Japanese Religions…
Alumnus Douglas Keeney’s book Lost in the Pacific unearths the voices of WWII heroes who survived for days — or weeks — after…
USC Dornsife archaeology students and faculty help recover the remains of famed racehorse Native Diver who was buried in a…
USC Dornsife student Thomas Honeyman helps cofound FindMySong.com, which connects musicians who want to create music together.
Meat and cheese may be as bad as smoking, according to a new study led by Valter Longo, biological sciences professor at USC Dornsife.
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By Katherine Yungmee Kim, with additional reporting by Eva Emerson January 2005 It’s noontime at The Language Center during Finals Week. Andrew Pick, a USC College junior majoring in East Asian Languages and Culture, is… more>
John Nodvik was a “Stalwart” of the Physics Department’s Graduate Program By Kaitlin Solimine January 2005 Physicist John Nodvik, longtime member of the faculty of the USC College of Letters, Arts &… more>
By Katherine Yungmee Kim January 2005 Jim Corfman (B.A., History, 1964) is marveling over the Trojan swimmers at the 2004 Summer Olympics. “Those boys are incredible,” the founding member of the College’s… more>
A new study by USC College scientists links a deficit in visual memory to the mild cognitive impairments that may precede Alzheimer’s disease By Eva Emerson January 2005 A simple test of visual short-term memory may… more>
Damasios join faculty By Nicole St. Pierre January 2005 When it comes to creativity, USC College has the market cornered. In fall 2005, Antonio and Hanna Damasio, two eminent neuroscientists, will join USC as professors… more>
A College professor and student trace the roots of a global religion from suburban Pomona to the outskirts of Saigon By Eva Emerson January 2005 In many ways, the little known religion of Caodai seems the ultimate product of… more>
On the third floor of the International Residential College at Parkside, three young women—freshman-year suitemates—are in their rooms, with the doors opened, studying for their finals. At first glance, their suite… more>
Scientists suggest new explanation of common reading disability By Eva Emerson January 2005 Most researchers agree that dyslexia stems from an inability to link specific sounds to written letters and words. But any consensus… more>