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Passings

Passings

February 1, 2005

February 2005 Psychologist Ward Edwards, a former faculty member in USC College’s department of psychology and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Daniel J. Epstein department of industrial and systems…

USC College Physics Professor Dies

January 1, 2005

John Nodvik was a “Stalwart” of the Physics Department’s Graduate Program By Kaitlin Solimine January 2005 Physicist John Nodvik, longtime member of the faculty of the USC College of Letters, Arts &…

Finding a New Religion

Finding a New Religion

January 1, 2005

A College professor and student trace the roots of a global religion from suburban Pomona to the outskirts of Saigon By Eva Emerson January 2005 In many ways, the little known religion of Caodai seems the ultimate product of…

USC Professor to Lead APA Division

January 1, 2005

By Steve Linan, USC News Service January 2005 In his new role, Gerald Davison will serve as president of the clinical division of the American Psychological Association. Gerald C. Davison, professor and chair of psychology…

One Wise Woman

One Wise Woman

December 1, 2004

Two Fulbrights Awarded to IR Prof to Study NAFTA By Katherine Yungmee Kim December 2004 Carol Wise is getting her countries confused. The USC College political economist is leaving for Hong Kong, where she will be working on…

College Faculty Recognized

College Faculty Recognized

December 1, 2004

By Nicole St. Pierre December 2004 USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences recognized the accomplishments of its faculty at the annual holiday reception and award ceremony presided over by Dean Joseph Aoun on Wednesday,…

USC's Tradition of Scholarship and Service

USC's Tradition of Scholarship and Service

November 1, 2004

Pictured are USC retired faculty for 2004, long-standing Emeriti scholars, and recently hired scholars gathered together for a luncheon hosted by the Provost's office, Retired Faculty Association and the Emeriti Center which…

Fulbright Taps IR Professor Twice

Fulbright Taps IR Professor Twice

October 20, 2004

Carol Wise, the fourth Fulbright scholar in the USC School of International Relations, will spend a year studying effects of NAFTA on Canada and Mexico. Her goal: To pinpoint ways nations can tackle the social deficit created…

Collective Action Key to Solving Global Ills

Collective Action Key to Solving Global Ills

October 12, 2004

The go-it-alone principle won’t solve planet-wide problems such as terrorism and global warming, says a USC international relations expert. Cooperation is key. By Usha Sutliff Pressing global problems – from…

Cancer Protein Revealed

Cancer Protein Revealed

October 1, 2004

X-ray “snapshots” capture the moves of a key cancer proteinBy Eva EmersonOctober 2004A USC College scientist has captured the first-ever views of a potent cancer protein in action, revealing new details about how…