Chan family makes milestone gift
USC Trustee Ronnie C. Chan MBA ’76 and his wife, Barbara, have dedicated $20 million to USC’s pioneering occupational science and occupational therapy program.
Microbiologist Paula Cannon knows viruses. After all, she specializes in figuring out HIV and hemorrhagic fever viruses like ebola. So what has her more worried than the spread of ebola — and what are the chances of finding a cure for that disease?
The concrete channel bisecting Los Angeles begs to be saved. And architects, city planners and arts leaders want to do it. A USC landscape architect is among the creative minds who propose to make art a critical part of the revitalization of the LA River.
Melanoma is the second-most-common cancer among the under-30 crowd. It's a particular threat for people who spend a lot of time outside—like rowers. USC junior Sara Bilimoria spreads the word on skin cancer's dangers, and the Women of Troy will raise funds this year to fight melanoma.