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The new Ph.D. program will capitalize on the world-leading faculty expertise in population, place and health that already exists at USC.

Population, Health and Place

September 29, 2015

Physician John Snow’s use of a map to discover the contaminated water source that spawned the deadly 1854 cholera outbreak in the neighborhood of Soho in London, England, is widely recognized as one of the earliest…

Professor of Psychology Margaret Gatz is determined to help families of dementia sufferers recognize early symptoms of the disease. Photo by Matt Meindl.

Forgotten Memories

June 11, 2015

When aging grandfather and Mariachi musician Don Memo Valdez becomes increasingly forgetful and irritable, his family starts to worry. Don Memo’s wife expresses dismay at her husband’s memory lapses while his…

Ray Irani’s gift also establishes the Ghada Irani Chair in the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Photo courtesy of Occidental Petroleum Corp.

Irani Pledges Support for Residential College

March 2, 2015

USC Trustee Ray Irani Ph.D. ’57 has pledged $20 million to the university, of which $15 million will create the Ray Irani Residential College at the new USC Village. The additional $5 million will endow two faculty…

Colored rendering showing feather extent in <em>Microraptor gui</em>. Drawing by David Krentz.

Look! Up in the Sky!

November 2, 2012

The mystery of how dinosaurs first began to fly may have finally been cracked by a USC Dornsife-led team of scientists whose groundbreaking study has been honored by the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP). The…

A new minor in heath care studies gives USC Dornsife students the opportunity to take classes at the Keck School of Medicine of USC for the first time.

New Minor Offered in Health Care

September 4, 2012

Undergraduates from the USC Dornsife have, in the past, had little reason to hop on the campus shuttle to the Health Sciences Campus. But that changed this Fall when a new minor in health care studies kicked off, allowing USC…

Dr. Kenneth Geller is the new director of the USC College-Keck School of Medicine Academic and Advising Program.

Dean Howard Gillman Announces New Director of USC College-Keck School of Medicine Academic and Advising Program

June 4, 2010

USC College Dean Howard Gillman has announced the hiring of Dr. Kenneth Geller as the new director of the USC College-Keck School of Medicine Academic and Advising Program following a national search. Geller will lead the…