Public Exchange’s innovative approach to collaborative problem-solving has drawn the support of donors like Kathy Leventhal, whose many roles at USC include Trustee, volunteer and parent.
USC Dornsife students, staff and donors find meaningful ways to support USC’s Prison Education Project which aims to facilitate connections that transcend walls both literal and figurative, creating a prison-to-school pipeline that transforms program participants as well as society.
The Dangs and Peskoffs believe that science education is an important pathway to changing the world and know the power of research to an undergraduate education. They support BUGS which pairs undergrads with faculty members and graduate students or postdoctoral mentors to perform hands-on research in USC labs.
Offering mentorship, internships and sage career development tools, alumni, donors and friends of the Gateway Internship Program have supported hundreds of USC Dornsife students in their career preparation.
Veins flowing with red and gold and a heart filled with love for the ocean help Diane Sonosky Montgomery continue the Trojan legacy her parents established years before.
As a volunteer with JEP, Shannon Gottesman experienced first-hand the power of one-on-one tutoring on young students.
Cordelia Sims credits her sociology degree for helping her see the bigger picture of what an investment in education can do on a societal level.
Inspired by their son’s success at USC Dornsife, Jen and Steve Skok wanted to give the same opportunity to others.
Investing is very much Bob Beyer’s area of expertise.
Andy Perlman believes in USC Dornsife’s potential.
Adina Savin was a freshman at USC Dornsife when USC Dean of Women Joan Metcalf Schaefer asked her into her office.
Danny Kradjian attributes his success to USC Dornsife.
Elizabeth and Wilhelmina Van Hunnick commemorate a family legacy.
Mary Wills traces her career as a teacher, union president, education advocate, and donor back to her time as a student.
USC alumna Lisa Korbatov promotes bi-partisan discourse in today’s world.
Michael L. Williams remembers his USC Dornsife education as a key step toward realizing early ambitions to seek public office.
Robin Achen is determined to pay it forward — a decision she traces back to her time as an undergraduate at USC Dornsife.
Kay Albitz was a 20-year-old sophomore at USC Dornsife studying linguistics and Japanese when she received a scholarship from the John Mayr Foundation.
For Kathryn Kendall, supporting USC Dornsife is a family matter.
Daniel Zinsmeyer is a third-generation Trojan.
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