USC Dornsife alumnus and Navy captain Chris Isleib helped create the first national memorial for World War I veterans, part of a long career spent telling the stories of America’s military.
This May, Brian Femminella and Lucy Schafer will receive their diplomas, become military officers, then continue their work on their music therapy app now headquarted at Tik Tok’s former office.
USC Dornsife environmental sciences major Nicholas Foster started diving for fun while serving in Hawaii with the Armed Forces. Now, he hopes protecting the ocean will go from a passion to his life’s work. [4 min read]
These alumni set an example of service and leadership through their experience in the U.S. armed forces and their careers. [3 ¼ min read]
After experiencing firsthand the horrifying results of war, many veterans become outspoken critics of military conflict. [4 ½ min read]
After stints in Kuwait and Afghanistan, Sebero Quintero turns down a six-figure bonus to become a first-generation student at USC Dornsife.
Cesar Jimenez Jr. has help — from his wife, a service dog, thoughtful professors and a tutor — as he works toward a sociology degree and a future helping others.
At the USC veterans gala, Viet Luong ’87 — the first U.S. military general born in Vietnam — recalls his family’s harrowing flight to freedom.
USC Dornsife Classics Department collaborates on national initiative for veterans to present innovative public programs based on classical literature.