As a Trojan thrice over, June Pollak B.A. ’49, M.A. ’51, Ph.D. ’61 has seen the university grow from a small campus, where cadets trained for battle overseas, to a nationally ranked research institution with outposts around the globe. Now, she hopes her support for early career USC Dornsife humanities faculty will create future generations of scholars and innovators. [5 min read]


USC Dornsife’s Joseph Boone, Macarena Gómez-Barris, María-Elena Martínez and James McHugh receive prestigious humanities fellowships.