Critically underserved students in science, technology, engineering and math fields get on track for success through a unique initiative at USC Dornsife.
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.
History and international relations double major Michael Solomon is “a firm believer in the potential of scholarship and shared knowledge as vehicles for change.”
Political science major Triston Ezidore balances classwork with his duties as a member of the Culver City school board.
USC Dornsife senior Anthony Khoory is fascinated by the many elements — cultural, linguistic and otherwise — that make people “the same, but different.”
USC’s 2023 valedictorian exemplifies how USC Dornsife’s diverse learning opportunities and supportive community cultivate well-rounded, high-achieving students.
The undergrads, both of whom serve in USC Dornsife’s Agents of Change civil rights advocacy clinic, are the first at USC to receive Soros Justice Fellowships from the Open Society Foundations.
A growing network of Trojan alumni are working with USC Dornsife students to ready them for interviews, help them forge career connections and provide helpful coaching.
A restructured biological sciences program, a new economics major and an innovative health minor are now on offer to USC students.