Through a Maymester course, undergrads visit religious sites across India, observing how traditions around death help form the way citizens view themselves and their place in the world.
Inspired by California’s vibrant food scene while at USC, alumna Shriya Naheta formed Zama Organics which delivers fresh, organic produce to thousands of customers across India. [5¾ min read]
Looking for answers to an issue he first encountered while studying abroad, Julian Leuthold is filling a gap for companies with international ambitions.
An international relations major and hearing impaired herself, Natalie Tecimer’s nonprofit has helped hearing-impaired children in India and Los Angeles.
On opposite sides of the globe, this trio of alumni share a commonality: They believe in something bigger than themselves. And they aren’t afraid of a challenge.
USC Dornsife’s Joseph Boone, Macarena Gómez-Barris, María-Elena Martínez and James McHugh receive prestigious humanities fellowships.
Fulbright scholar Jasneet Aulakh, who earned her bachelor’s in history, English and philosophy at USC Dornsife, is in India studying the role of women in local government.
In Fall 2011, international student Songyu Zhu came to USC Dornsife from China to study history. Since then, her life “is broader and more brilliant.”
While USC emerges as a top producer of Fulbrights for second straight year, the vast majority of recipients are from USC Dornsife.