As part of the Problems Without Passports Program, students travelled to the ancient town of Ostia, Rome to research the role of port life and participated in an archaeological excavation this summer.
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Volunteers, donors, alumni and friends support Gateway Internship Program to offer Dornsife students a summer internship program that combines robust internships with structured classroom and mentoring support to ensure the highest possible success.
Tory Holland, now a senior in USC Dornsife, did the research and nabbed several lucrative scholarships that went toward her tuition and helped her gain invaluable experiences.
The lead gift for the Brain and Creativity Institute Building, which officially opened Nov. 6, came from longtime university supporters Dana and David Dornsife. Joyce Cammilleri donated funds for the performance hall.
USC Dornsife’s Jed Fuhrman will receive part of a $35 million award from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to conduct high-risk research focusing on how complex marine microbial systems interact and change over time.