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Alumnus Caleb Farro shows his Trojan pride while skiing Mount Cook in New Zealand. Photos courtesy of Caleb Farro.

Alumnus Goes Pro

August 22, 2014

While an undergraduate at USC Dornsife, Caleb Farro and the rest of the USC Ski and Snowboard Team would head to Mammoth Mountain each weekend and make videos of their ski trips. He could not have imagined these escapades…

Former senior adviser to the U.S. Department of Defense, alumnus Jeffrey Fields brings years of experience at the highest level of government to his new position at USC Dornsife’s School of International Relations. Fields will lead the new USC Dornsife Washington D.C. program. Photo by Susan Bell.

Politics Comes to Life

June 19, 2014

Joining USC Dornsife as assistant professor of the practice of international relations, alumnus Jeffrey Fields will direct a new program in Washington D.C. to be launched in Spring 2015. As a former senior adviser to the U.S.…

Natalie Tecimer with a hearing-impaired child during a 2012 family picnic at the John Tracy Clinic, a Los Angeles-based center for children with hearing loss. Photo courtesy of Natalie Tecimer.

Breaking the Silence

June 3, 2014

Junior Natalie Tecimer was born hearing impaired — yet she has never seen it as a disability. “To me hearing loss was this cool, unique thing,” said Tecimer, an international relations major at USC Dornsife…

The four 2014 USC Dornsife Scholars, who earned their bachelor's degrees May 16, were each awarded $10,000 to be used for graduate or professional school studies.

USC Dornsife Scholars

May 16, 2014

The USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the class of Dornsife Scholars for 2014. The four outstanding graduating USC Dornsife seniors were selected based on their academic achievements…

Professor Steven Lamy, vice dean for academic programs (center), accepts his USC Mellon Mentoring Award from Dean of Religious Life Varun Soni, chair of the USC Mellon Mentoring Forum (right), and professor Oliver Mayer, co-chair of the USC Mellon Mentoring Forum. Lamy was among 11 USC Dornsife faculty honored. Photo by Ziva Santop/Steve Cohn Photography.

Mellon Mentoring Awards

May 14, 2014

Eleven USC Dornsife faculty — one in memoriam — were honored during the recent annual USC Mellon Mentoring Awards ceremony. In the academic year 2007-2008, USC embarked on a six-year partnership with the Andrew W.…

Recording artist and activist Akon and ONE representatives visited a classroom at USC recently to launch the #PowerProject Campaign Lab, which will combat energy poverty in Africa. International relations students presented original social media campaign ideas to a panel, shown here. Photo courtesy of ONE.

#PowerProject

April 25, 2014

How would you cook dinner without electricity? Or get your homework done after sunset without turning on the lights? And on a more crucial level, what if your local hospital had no refrigeration for medicine or power for…

USC Dornsife alumna Alexis Jones is the cofounder of the nonprofit I AM THAT GIRL, which aims to inspire girls to overcome their insecurities and love themselves unconditionally. Photo by JerSean Golatt.

Girl Power

February 25, 2014

After a recent speaking engagement at a Texas high school, USC Dornsife alumna Alexis Jones was approached by a young girl in tears. An aspiring ballerina, the girl told Jones she felt so pressured she had been starving…

Senior Reid Lidow wins a Gates Cambridge Scholarship given to United States-based students. He receives a full scholarship for graduate studies at the University of Cambridge, where he will continue his research on Burma’s political and economic future. Photo by Jake W. Roberts.

Lidow Awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship

February 18, 2014

Senior Reid Lidow, an international relations and political science double major, has been awarded a highly competitive Gates Cambridge Scholarship. This award grants him a full scholarship for graduate studies at the…

USC Dornsife’s Kenneth Geller, associate professor of clinical otolaryngology, teaches students in a pre-med Second-Year Inquiry course, while USC Dornsife’s William McClure, professor of biological science, sits nearby. Photos by Michelle Boston.

Career Building for Undergrads

October 10, 2013

Kenneth Geller set an imaginary scene for his undergraduate students: “You’re a doctor. It’s the end of the day and you’ve seen 30 patients. You’re hungry and tired. Your last patient is an…

Two hundred local high school students hold aloft placards identifying the role of their assigned group at the 2013 High School Leadership Conference organized by the Center for Active Learning in International Studies (CALIS) housed in USC Dornsife. Photo by Susan Bell.

Preventing Another Darfur

April 23, 2013

Russia, Iran, France, China, Norway, the United States, Egypt, Netherlands, Pakistan, South Africa, Argentina, Cuba, Canada — a sea of bobbing placards bearing the names of countries with diverse and often opposing…