From humanities to high tech: how liberal arts majors are flourishing in unexpected fields.
Critically underserved students in science, technology, engineering and math fields get on track for success through a unique initiative at USC Dornsife.
History and international relations double major Michael Solomon is “a firm believer in the potential of scholarship and shared knowledge as vehicles for change.”
Political science major Triston Ezidore balances classwork with his duties as a member of the Culver City school board.
The USC Dornsife senior hopes to use his social policy experience in legislative work or community organizing before going to law school.
The first to graduate from the creative nonfiction track of USC Dornsife’s PhD in Creative Writing and Literature program, Melissa Chadburn has covered the child welfare system across multiple genres.
USC Dornsife senior Woori Lee established a nonprofit that provides aid and resources to individuals like her grandfather who fled the authoritarian nation.
USC Dornsife senior Anthony Khoory is fascinated by the many elements — cultural, linguistic and otherwise — that make people “the same, but different.”
Graduating with a degree in political science and a minor in dance, Robles will be heading to Taiwan as part of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.