USC Dornsife scholar honored for intellectual excellence and courage by the newly launched American Academy of Sciences and Letters.
How early American immigrants’ beliefs and writings are often misquoted or taken out of context by GOP candidates for the nation’s highest office.
By day, Christopher Muniz teaches students the craft of writing at USC Dornsife. By night, he’s dropping beats at sold-out music festivals.
From artificial intelligence to drug discovery and from food insecurity to earthquake forecasting, these experts reveal insights on the latest findings.
Remembering H. Edward Ransford, sociologist and pioneering race relations expert who led influential research on the 1965 Watts Riots and taught for four decades at USC.
New USC Dornsife faculty who study and teach courses on mosquitos, legal philosophy, microbial fungi and more share their work and interests.
As USC Dornsife’s Susan Montgomery sets her sights on retirement (sort of), she — and some colleagues — look back at her more than 50 years at the university.
Hailing from Zimbabwe, Admire Mseba focuses on sub-Saharan Africa’s history and helps students see parallels between U.S. and African civil rights efforts.
Dennis Nemeschansky, a string theory expert who changed understanding of quantum field theory, helped students appreciate the beauty and elegance of his field.