Foreign policy meets finance
A new degree program at USC Dornsife combines two of the school’s most popular majors: international relations and economics, which go hand-in-hand.
Two miles below the surface of the ocean, researchers have discovered new microbes that “breathe” sulfate. The previously undiscovered species - found by the USC-based Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations - may play an important role in the world’s carbon cycle.
The USC Annenberg School - which released a statement affirming the global human right to freedom of expression and a free, independent press - sponsored the discussion, featuring French editorial cartoonist Patrick Chappatte of the International New York Times.
A $5 million gift from retired judge and USC alumna Judith O. Hollinger, here with USC Gould Dean Robert K. Rasmussen, will launch the law school’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Program in arbitration and mediation. It’s a growing area of law, and the program is one of the few of its kind.
Voices of Auschwitz, a documentary telling the stories of four survivors from the Nazi camp, will make its campus debut this week. The screening is sponsored by the USC Shoah Foundation and USC Annenberg. CNN will air the program Jan. 27, the 70th anniversary of the camp’s liberation.