Through a Maymester course, undergrads visit religious sites across India, observing how traditions around death help form the way citizens view themselves and their place in the world.
Where urban tree canopies and environmental justice meet
USC Dornsife researchers aim to bolster urban greenery, lower city temperatures and address longstanding environmental inequities, powered by a $2.9 million grant from the Bezos Earth Fund.
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.”
This week on Major Mondays, we are looking into one of Dornsife’s newer and popular programs — Data Science. Read more on the Admission blog.
Why So Many Los Angeles Landmarks Are Turning 100 Years Old This Year
From the Hollywood sign to the LA Coliseum, famous Los Angeles landmarks are celebrating 100 years in 2023. Just last year in 2022, the Hollywood Bowl and Rose Bowl also turned 100 years old. USC Dornsife Prof. Philip Ethington explains why the 1920s were such a pivotal decade for the City of Angels.