Students are transforming giant globes to communicate abstract ideas about the climate crisis.
Since she was 11 years old, the cognitive science major wanted to be an epidemiologist. Now, as she prepares to graduate during the COVID-19 pandemic, USC’s 2020 valedictorian sees that career becoming more important than ever. [1 min read]
Christopher Carpenter ’16 will explore the culture and business of filmmaking during a one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University. [2¾ min read]
Sophomore Kyle Pham is co-founder of CubeForme, a company that showcases 3-D designers through monthly subscription boxes. It’s also one of the “16 Coolest College Startups of 2016.”
More and more, USC Dornsife students design dual majors for an added edge with job prospects.
As broadcaster MissMollyLolly on the popular gaming community Twitch, cognitive science senior Molly Fender is working toward a career in educational technology.
Whether it’s Joshua Greenberger’s study on infant language acquisition, Marco Mendoza’s wheelchair propulsion research or Maureen McCarthy’s look at chimpanzees and their vanishing habitats, students and faculty in two new USC Dornsife programs are exploring what it means to be human in mind and body.