Facing the Fork
These USC Dornsife researchers step up to the plate to combat food insecurity. By Pamela J. Johnson
By studying transatlantic food culture through the lens of an 18th-century cookbook, doctoral student Juliette Parsons sheds light on the formation of modern American eating habits.
Guided by their love of food, these alumni took unconventional career paths and tasted success.
Bite by bite, students get a taste of the ways politics, culture and gender are sprinkled into everyday meals.
The Search for a Wild Weed
After several personal losses, alumna Ava Chin immerses herself in places like New York’s Central Park — discovering delectable mushrooms, mulberries and even saving a swarm of wild honeybees.
Contemplating devouring that doughnut? Biologist Scott Kanoski’s research shows that eating junk food tricks the brain into wanting to reach for that sugary or fatty treat.
The Trojan Guardian Scholars program helps Lucero Noyola connect with her true inner power.
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