A USC Dornsife scholar has completed the first comprehensive list of Japanese Americans sent to “relocation centers.” The list is part of a larger memorial project honoring the victims of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066.
A paid internship program trains students to communicate scientific research to the public. Scientists hope it will get the world to pay better attention.
Cross-disciplinary researchers at USC Dornsife work to help general audiences understand what they need to know about climate change issues.
Researchers at USC Dornsife exploring the link between sedentary behavior and risk of dementia found that type of activity matters when it comes to brain aging.
Students learn the art of hanging ten in a course offered through the Department of Physical Education and Mind Body Health.
One of the greatest novelists ever has also become a staple of the silver screen. What explains his continuing appeal?
Professors are implementing sustainable processes and using equipment that generates less heat — and that’s just the start.
USC Dornsife paleobiologist David Bottjer and PhD student Alison Cribb, along with an international team of researchers, find ancient clues on the seafloor that show how life bounced back after 90% of species died off.
Scientists in a new USC Dornsife department discuss the mysteries within and moral issues surrounding our DNA.