Wielding a machete one day this summer, Iñaki Pedroarena-Leal slowly but surely bushwhacked his way through dense, humid Panamanian jungle. From their tree perches, three-toed sloths looked down at the… more>
A newborn goat, umbilical cord still attached, stumbled across the dusty road, bleating in wonder.
From the airplane window a day earlier, eight USC Dornsife undergraduates had watched the Los Angeles sprawl and jammed I-405… more>
In May, as USC Dornsife graduates boxed up their belongings and left campus for their new ventures, 13 boarded a plane for Africa to make good on a promise.
Two years ago, the members of USC Africa Health Initiative (AHI)… more>
After earning her bachelor’s in international relations from USC Dornsife in 2007, Elizabeth Barreras kept in touch with her adviser and professor Steven Lamy.
Barreras went on to earn her master’s at the School… more>
In Sichuan province, China, there is an abundance of orchards but no bees.
"Thousands of people are hired to climb fruit trees and hand-pollinate the flowers with small brushes, because natural pollinators like bees have been… more>