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Beyond the lecture hall: How a general education course inspired me to write my first book

May 3, 2016

Sitting in USC’s Taper Hall in 2010, I would listen to Jody Agius Vallejo, associate professor of sociology, talk about the mass deportation of long-settled undocumented families, and how people from south of the border…

2016 Dornsife Scholars demonstrate educational excellence aimed at positive global impact

2016 Dornsife Scholars demonstrate educational excellence aimed at positive global impact

May 2, 2016

Hard work and dedication have paid off for eight outstanding seniors — they have been named 2016 USC Dornsife Scholars. The USC Dornsife Scholars program recognizes exceptional seniors who are committed to educational…

USC President C. L. Max Nikias addresses attendees at the 2016 Academic Honors Convocation in Town and Gown. Photo by Steve Cohn.

Outstanding students, faculty members recognized at 2016 Academic Convocation

April 22, 2016

Standout students, faculty and administrators celebrated the heights of Trojan scholarship at last week’s 35th annual Academic Honors Convocation. USC President C. L. Max Nikias presented the Presidential…

Robert Bils in 1968. Photo courtesy of USC University Archives.

In Memoriam: Robert Bils, 85

April 22, 2016

Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences Robert Bils has died. He was 85. Bils died at his home on March 26 in Montebello, Calif., after a long struggle with lymphoma. Before his retirement in 1996, Bils taught and…

Students at Leichty Middle School transplant seedlings into their new aquaponics system. Photo by Linda Chilton.

USC Wrigley Institute introduces aquaponics to local K-12 students

April 21, 2016

Although the term “aquaponics” was coined in the ’70s, the practice of cultivating food by using the by-products of one aquatic species as fertilizer for another has been used for almost a millennium. In…

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