Class of 2019: Diverse, talented
Meet the newest Trojans — the most diverse and academically skilled in USC history, thanks to the university’s efforts to increase access across the spectrum of eligible students.
A class in exercise physiology changed the course of Dave Salo’s career. His cerebral approach to the sport of swimming brought an entirely new style of training to his athletes — and more than a few championships.
For decades, scientists have focused on brain damage and the loss of long-term memory. Now USC researchers have designed a device intended to bypass a damaged section of the brain and provide a correctly translated memory.
Things are moving quickly at the university’s new residential-retail complex, with some buildings reaching their final heights and others beginning to sport their signature red-brick facades. Take a look at the latest flyover video, courtesy of our drone.
University Trustee Jerry Neely and his wife, Nancy, have endowed the USC Jerry and Nancy Neely Leadership and Ethics Institute with a gift of $10 million. The institute will advance the development of ethical business leadership with the framework of the global economy.