With the popularity of eclipses and meteor showers, USC Dornsife astronomy professor Vahe Peroomian shares his travel tips for viewing astronomical phenomena.
Led by USC Dornsife’s Saori Katada, the inaugural Maymester trip to Singapore gave students a first-hand opportunity to learn about United States relations with Southeast Asia.
Through USC Dornsife’s Problems Without Passports, students travel to the mountains of Taiwan to document and preserve the fast-fading language and culture of the Atayal tribe of Taiwanese aborigines.
Supported by USC Dornsife’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fund (SURF), two students embark on an independent research project in China and the United States exploring how culture influences one’s reactions to environmental advertisements.
USC Dornsife geologists contribute to a recent study that examines the rock record to find evidence that mass extinction events may have been caused by ocean acidification.
The March 2012 issue of Poetry magazine will feature the poem "Sleep Log" written by Alain Borer and translated into English by Mark Irwin. Over the course of their friendship, the two USC Dornsife professors have translated each other's poetry into French and English.
USC Dornsife’s Steven Lopez helps train future researchers who will address disparities in health care for Latinos with mental illness in the United States. The deadline to apply for the summer program that takes place in Mexico is Feb. 1.
USC undergraduate students embraced Spanish in the vibrant country of Spain during the inaugural Valencia Summer Program offered by USC Dornsife’s Department of Spanish and Portuguese and School of International Relations.
"The world would be a better place if everyone was required to spend time in a radically different country than their own." — Robert Rosencrans '13, research fellow in Ghana.