A USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research scholar explains how the lack of financial education for older women impacts society and the economy, and how underserved groups could benefit from financial literacy training.
A USC Dornsife scholar of the Middle East examines the decades-old ‘special relationship’ between Israel and the U.S.
A cease-fire deal between Israel and Hamas has seen the release of 58 hostages held in Gaza and 111 Palestinians held in Israeli jails.
Political experts explore why nearly half of Americans now choose not to identify with a political party.
USC Dornsife scholar honored for intellectual excellence and courage by the newly launched American Academy of Sciences and Letters.
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.
From humanities to high tech: how liberal arts majors are flourishing in unexpected fields.
Led by a former White House policy advisor, the new practice provides expert research and project management services to government, industry and nonprofit partners.
USC scholars uncover why horror attracts millions of devoted fans — and reveal which frightening films scared them most.