Walk into the offices of most professors and you’re in a room lined with bookshelves stacked ceiling to floor.
Not so in the office of Tom Lyon, holder of the Judge Edward J. and Ruey L. Guirado Chair in Law and… more>
It’s no secret: Learning happens in many places, not just the classroom. In fact, students throughout USC Dornsife create their own spaces for learning by tapping into faculty expertise. By contributing to research… more>
Hang around the Department of Earth Sciences in USC College in the spring and you might notice posters on the walls asking pointed questions.
"Enjoy hiking, climbing, and traveling to exotic spots?" one asks. "Curious about… more>
The rare collections of Soviet-era artifacts, Russian literature, phonograph recordings, and Perestroika kitsch possessed by the Institute for Modern Russian Culture (IMRC) were only available for study to graduate students… more>