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.
A sailing accident almost kept her off the water forever. Now Jordan Winters ’19 is documenting her own maritime cultural traditions.
Scientists aiming to save failing reefs by transplanting healthy coral reveal that success lies with genetic diversity — and not a single, coveted “super coral.”
Reaching a global audience through hundreds of media outlets, the achievement demonstrates USC Dornsife’s commitment to bringing academic expertise into the public square.
USC Dornsife undergraduates showcase their inventive method of ensuring sustainably clean water at the International Genetically Engineered Machine Grand Jamboree, a global synthetic biology competition.
Holocaust scholars have long relied on documents and survivor testimonies to help reconstruct the history of that tragic event. Now, they’re turning to wordless witnesses to learn more: pictures.
The excavation, led by USC Dornsife scholars, yielded clues about the lives of ancient Roman soldiers stationed outside the fabled city in the Province of Judea.
USC Dornsife’s Center for Advanced Genocide Research is the only non-German partner in the first major international initiative to search for and analyze images showing Nazi deportations during World War II — and they want the public’s help.
Graduate students in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures grapple with how to respond to Russia’s war on Ukraine, which has thrust their studies into the spotlight.