Prehistoric fact versus fiction
Accurate or not, USC’s Mike Habib says big-screen portrayals have shaped the public perception of prehistory’s most popular animals.
The multitalented performer, director playwright, choreographer and teacher has been interim dean since July. His work has been performed at universities, festivals and theaters across the U.S. and around the world.
A USC study that tracked Southern California children for 20 years has found they now have significantly fewer respiratory symptoms as a result of improved air quality. Researchers studied bronchitic symptoms that could land otherwise healthy children in a doctor’s office or hospital.
The release of the virtual reality headset signals the beginnings of a consumer market in VR technology. But what technical, business and content challenges face that market? USC experts, who helped develop VR technology, take a look.
HIV/AIDS education, prevention and treatment efforts often focus on young adults, but statistics show HIV/AIDS is not just a young person’s disease. Karen Lincoln of the USC School of Social Work is working to change people’s common perceptions of the disease and who’s at risk.