Through the USC Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics, director Lyn Boyd-Judson is giving students the tools and opportunities to make a difference in their world and envision an even better future.


USC Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics’ Lyn Boyd-Judson leads seven undergraduates to the University of Oxford for a five-day workshop on human rights and humanitarian action.


USC Dornsife students Amanda Schmitt and Marissa Roy present their ethics research at the 2013 Global Ethics Fellows Conference in New York.

Dornsife Global

USC Dornsife undergraduates traveled to Egypt and Turkey in June to study religion, democracy and civil society for a Problems Without Passports course. They witnessed real-time democratic protests in both countries.