Photographer and documentary filmmaker Tyler Schiffman ’17 traverses the globe to chronicle nature’s stories and promote environmental conservation. [4 min read]
Steve Lamy is known throughout campus for his inspirational classes and his ability to remember hundreds of his students' names. [6 min read]
International travel, field research and community service projects are accessible to first-generation students at USC Dornsife through the Fisher Fellowship program.
Bookpacking in Louisiana. Examining art and culture in Cuba. Digging up ancient artifacts in Greece. Exploring hip hop culture in Paris. USC Dornsife students reap the educational rewards of travel — benefiting from a tradition that stretches back as far as ancient times.
A Problems Without Passports course in Colombia explores the country’s history of armed conflict and the continuing efforts aimed at establishing an enduring peace.
A Problems Without Passports course takes 10 undergraduates to Ireland to learn about efforts to support Gaelic and preserve its cultural role on the island.
From research to study abroad, Rachel Jones ’15 took advantage of every academic opportunity at USC Dornsife. Now she’s building a solid academic foundation for her first-grade students.
Undergraduates travel to Guatemala for an immersive cultural and linguistic experience that prepares them to become more effective health-care providers in the United States.
Environmental Studies major Madison Guest ’17 culminates her scientific diving career at USC Dornsife with a National Science Foundation-funded independent research project.