Overseas research opportunities, like the one in which then-undergraduate Max Novak unearthed a B.C.-era sword, help USC Dornsife’s classics department expand its reach.
The professor of history and accounting and USC President C. L. Max Nikias present book to prime minister of Greece.
International relations major Justin Lee, one of nine USC students who spent their spring break working at a refugee camp, shares the experience: “I was kind of stunned.”
The USC Global Leadership Summit featured some of the world’s foremost authorities on economics deliberating government financial accountability in the wake of the Greek debt crisis.
Jacob Soll of history and accounting travels to Southern Europe to meet with officials and share his research on the relationship between history and modern economic crises.
USC College Department of Classics doctoral student reinvigorates humanities’ oldest discipline.