John Orr was instrumental in the founding of the USC Dornsife Center for Religion and Civic Culture, the USC Family of Schools and the Thematic Option program.
A Maymester class uses food as a vehicle for understanding the diversity, cultures and history of one of the world’s culinary hot spots — even during the COVID-19 lockdown. [4¼ min read]
Rather than worrying about finding a career path right away, undergrads can explore their diverse interests through USC Dornsife programs. [2¼ min read]
As a Trojan, Tingyee Chang discovered her passion for research. It guided the daughter of Taiwanese immigrants toward a double major in neuroscience at USC Dornsife and public policy at USC Price School. [3 min read]
Three USC Dornsife professors are among the six faculty members who will help create richer life experiences for students by living among them at USC’s new residential colleges.
In a new Thematic Option course, “Love and Its Reasons: Eros and Transcendence,” USC Dornsife’s David Albertson of religion charts the evolution of changing beliefs about love and religion through the ages by exploring seminal texts from a wide range of authors, including Plato, Dante and Kierkegaard.
The highly accomplished neuroscience major wishes every day had 48 hours, giving her more opportunities to conduct research and help others.
A specialist in early American political thought and gender studies, Mark Kann, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and History and Associates Chair Emeritus in Social Science, was a revered scholar and beloved teacher.
Fifteen years ago, Curtis Kin ’93 was a participant on the popular CBS reality TV show “Big Brother.” Now a judge for the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles County, he talks about his career and life in the real world.