During a recent lecture, Douglas Greenberg showed a slide of Anne Frank writing at her desk. Another slide showed the entrance to Poland’s Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. A third showed the Warsaw ghetto.
“This is… more>
As the USC Dornsife students filed into the California Supreme Court in San Francisco, they eyed the long line of attorneys in front of the building. Due to the importance and popularity of the cases, many waiting were turned… more>
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of International Relations Peter A. Berton, who in the early 1960s established the Asia Pacific area studies program at USC Dornsife, has died. He was 91.
Berton developed the Asian studies… more>
A USC Dornsife graduate student today embarks on an 18-month expedition to study orangutans in Southeast Asia, inviting colleagues and classmates to follow along via his blog on the Scientific American website.
James Askew,… more>
Chemist Mark Thompson’s innovative research into color technology has resulted in the development of energy efficient displays for smartphones.
Thompson’s work in organic LEDs and organic solar cells has earned… more>