6 top videos of 2022 present the breadth and depth of education and expertise at USC Dornsife
Entertaining and informative videos captured a sample of the USC Dornsife experience in 2022. (Composite: Letty Avila; Image Source: iStock and Mike Glier.)

6 top videos of 2022 present the breadth and depth of education and expertise at USC Dornsife

Videos capture a full-color, high-resolution sample of what makes USC Dornsife unique.
ByMeredith McGroarty and Darrin S. Joy

From the golden anniversary of a nationally recognized, trend-setting program to educational opportunities on an island, and from parent’s emotional messages to their freshmen children to the potential impact of alien contact, videos in 2022 captured some of the unique aspects of education, expertise and life at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.

USC Dornsife’s Joint Educational Project (JEP) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2022. Through JEP, some 100,000 USC students have provided more than a million service-hours to the neighborhoods near the university.

USC Dornsife asked the parents of some 2022 graduates to write letters to their children. The students were then surprised with the letters, which they read shortly before graduation.

This Door to Dornsife video showcases Catalina Island and the opportunities for USC students there through USC Dornsife’s Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies.

Professors and graduate students from underrepresented minority groups share why they chose to come to USC Dornsife, and their experiences and opportunities at USC and in Los Angeles.

The class of 2026 moves into their rooms at USC Dornsife. The students discuss why they decided to attend the university and the activities and experiences they are most looking forward to.

Scholars from USC Dornsife discuss how an encounter with an extraterrestrial entity might affect our ways of communication, our religious faith and our health.