The American Association for the Advancement of Science recognizes the researchers for their efforts to advance science.
The “genius grant” honors the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and professor of English, American studies and ethnicity and comparative literature, whose groundbreaking work has enabled Americans and others to view the Vietnam War from more balanced perspectives.
Samuel Andrew Hires of biological sciences earns USC Dornsife’s first-ever New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health. His research could one day lead to revolutionary new ways of treating stroke and spinal cord injury patients.
Two groups of students from USC Dornsife’s Spatial Sciences Institute present winning ideas that address food security in underserved Morocco.
The Arieh Warshel Institute of Computational Biology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen will support international collaborations and cutting-edge research in bioinformatics and computer-aided enzyme and drug design.
What gave the Trojans a leg up in the Classics Olympia competition? Credit the intimacy of USC Dornsife’s Classics Department — especially small class sizes and student-faculty camaraderie.
Safiya Sinclair, a doctoral student in creative writing and literature at USC Dornsife, has won a prestigious award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters for her debut collection of poetry.
Los Angeles City Councilmember and Trojan Paul Krekorian receives honor from USC Dornsife’s Joint Educational Project for exemplifying the “spirit of service.”
Setting aside jobs and schedules, Trojans from four USC schools claim victory in an international event focusing on mental health in Liberia.