Anything but textbook
Great professors — like these four USC legends — have the power to inspire, inform, enrich and incite, sometimes all at the same time.
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.
An invention by USC Viterbi’s Behrokh Khoshnevis uses lunar and Martian dust to develop material for a zero-gravity environment. His process won first place in a NASA-sponsored competition.
In the NPR Next Generation Radio project hosted by USC Annenberg, diverse students with an interest in public media learned how to tell a compelling story (think This American Life) and develop Web-driven content.