USC Dornsife’s Brittany Friedman co-leads the creation of the Captive Money Lab and an analysis of the relationship between the prison system, politics and state finances.
The annual awards recognize individuals who excel as “public scholars,” sharing their expertise to benefit society.
Awards recognize scholarship and contributions to the USC Dornsife community that are “emblematic of USC’s commitment to equity, representation and inclusion.”
With international climate talks failing to make progress fast enough, activists are radically rethinking how to be most effective in the streets, political arenas and courtrooms.
Sentiments about the Chinese Communist Party and its policies aren’t so rosy when surveyed Chinese citizens feel truly anonymous, according to USC Dornsife research.
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. knew the political consequences of speaking out against the Vietnam War − and he did it anyway.
The USC Dornsife LABarometer survey finds housing challenges persist, but Angelenos feel better about the economy, and only 3% plan to leave compared to 10% in 2020.
The collaboration encourages K-12 students — particularly those from historically underrepresented groups — to pursue careers in STEM fields.
USC programs are recognized for student engagement and racial equity from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.