Frost’s Pulitzer Prize-winning collection New Hampshire celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, and scholars say we may be remembering the poet all wrong.
Missed diagnosis: The hidden crisis of mild cognitive impairment in America
Two new USC Dornsife studies suggest that of the 8 million Americans who have MCI, more than 90% don’t know it — an especially worrisome finding since early diagnosis is key to delaying onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
The Energy Issue
As we face the challenges of climate change, the energy choices we make now have never been more crucial. In this issue of USC Dornsife Magazine, we look at energy through the diverse lenses of our scholars’ research — from finding nature-inspired solutions to meet our future energy needs to weighing the pros and cons of nuclear power. We report how ancient technology is shaping advances in cooling technology, we explore natural and esoteric energy, and we delve into the unique demands of our own “body electric.”
News from USC Dornsife
There’s a financial literacy gender gap − and older women are eager for education that meets their needs
No one could anticipate the impact of “Blackfish” when it premiered ten years ago, uncovering the plight of orcas living in captivity. It sparked outrage that led to more legal protections for marine mammals in the U.S.
Today, filmmaker and USC Dornsife alumna @gabriela.cowperthwaite reflects on the journey and shares how her approach to documentary filmmaking can help rectify injustices.
We’re thankful when our alumni are recognized!
Neil Siegel became the fourth Trojan to receive the nation’s highest recognition of technological achievement, the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
Learn to Camp Outdoors with USC Alumna’s App
An app created by a USC Dornsife alumna gives beginners tips and tricks to camp outdoors. Fridie Outdoors is a know-how resource that teaches campers the basics: how to set-up a tent, how to build a campfire, how to get clean water, how to bathe when camping and more.