Where did civility in politics go?
Amid a presidential campaign like no other, USC researchers look at the road to rudeness and chart a path to more respectful discourse.
The annual earthquake preparedness event was founded at the USC-based Southern California Earthquake Center. Since its beginning in 2008 as a Southern California regional event, the ShakeOut has gone global and this year has more than 54 million registered participants.
USC Provost Michael Quick joined a delegation of senior leaders from the Peking University Health Science Center to formalize a new partnership to develop one of China’s first graduate programs specializing in occupational therapy.
The internationally famous game event IndieCade, which attracts designers from around the globe, makes its debut on the University Park Campus. It’s a fitting location: USC Games is regularly recognized as the nation’s top game design program.