A paid internship program trains students to communicate scientific research to the public. Scientists hope it will get the world to pay better attention.
The Wrigley Institute Scientific Diving Discovery Program helps students from underrepresented minority groups get certified as professional science divers.
USC Dornsife scholars work around the globe to understand and solve a range of issues involving our oceans and freshwater resources.
Volunteers from USC Dornsife’s Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies and Scientific Diving Program help pull tons of damaging garbage from Santa Catalina Island’s historic tourist location. [1¾ min read]
The move tightens existing bonds between education and sustainability initiatives at USC Dornsife. [3¾ min read]
From understanding and improving climate change communications to assessing the latest approaches to protecting our environment, USC Dornsife faculty and students have a front-row seat at this pivotal meeting. [3¼ min read]
In the wake of the recent pipeline rupture that spilled thousands of gallons of oil into the waters off Huntington Beach, California, USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies Director Joe Árvai discusses the dangers and future of transporting oil through miles of pipes. [6 min read]
As the climate crisis escalates, USC Dornsife experts are studying ways to quickly enact positive change and find a path to greener days.
The Sustainability Across the Curriculum program aims to educate the university’s 20,000 undergraduate students in how sustainability intersects with their major field of study. [4¼ min read]