Women in technology
USC Viterbi is one of the most female-friendly engineering schools in the country. Learn how that happened and why it's quite by design.
USC scientists leave a bigger legacy than just performing experiments and writing papers: They teach and foster the next generation of researchers. And those scientists turn to a much-needed source for help in supporting these junior investigators: the training grant.
Unveiled 86 years ago this week, USC’s Tommy Trojan statue is a university icon as well as a handy meeting spot. The statue, modeled after a number of USC football players, represents the five qualities of a Trojan: faithful, scholarly, skillful, courageous and ambitious.
The longtime educator, who earned her master’s and doctoral degrees at USC, is remembered as a remarkable individual and stellar role model. Her generous gift to the university named USC’s Dr. Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall.
Nearly two dozen doctors from around the world visited the Keck School of Medicine of USC to enhance their medical skills and learn new surgical techniques. The physicians were part of a contingent of Operation Smile-credentialed surgical volunteers at four U.S. universities.