Skip to main content

March 2006 News Archives

Memory: The Long and Short

Memory: The Long and Short

March 1, 2006

New book explores memories made, stored and lost By Eva Emerson March 2006 “Memory is the most amazing phenomenon in nature. The fact that we can remember literally billions of bits of information — facts,…

A Life in Service

A Life in Service

March 1, 2006

Ambassador Claude Gordon “Tony” Ross, 88 By Wayne Lewis March 2006 Ambassador Claude Gordon “Tony” Ross (B.S., International Relations, ’39), 88, died Jan. 18 in Washington, D.C.   The…

A Boost to a Young Scientist’s Career

A Boost to a Young Scientist’s Career

March 1, 2006

Computational biologist named Sloan Fellow By Eva Emerson March 2006 USC College computational biologist Xianghong Jasmine Zhou has been named a 2006 Sloan Research Fellow. Established in 1955 by the Alfred P. Sloan…

Renowned Scholar Joins USC College

Renowned Scholar Joins USC College

March 1, 2006

Regarded as one of the country’s preeminent scholars in African American history, Robin D.G. Kelley will join the faculty of USC College July 1. He will hold a joint appointment as a professor of history and American…

USC College Dean Joseph Aoun with Dana and David Dornsife.

Brain Gains

March 1, 2006

Only weeks after USC College kicked off its Tradition & Innovation Initiative last fall, USC Trustee David Dornsife and his wife Dana pledged $5 million to establish two new endowed chairs in the College. USC College…

A Golden Opportunity

A Golden Opportunity

March 1, 2006

Ilene and Stanley Gold create fellowship for graduate students to study overseas By Nicole St. Pierre March 2006 Longtime USC supporters Ilene and Stanley Gold have pledged $1 million to establish the Gold Family Fellowship…