Where did civility in politics go?
Amid a presidential campaign like no other, USC researchers look at the road to rudeness and chart a path to more respectful discourse.
Two Trojans — retired astronaut Carlos Noriega, above, and physician Diana Ramos of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health — offer insight into careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) during unique USC-led community event in East L.A.
Many of the 44 athletes who competed at this year’s Summer Olympics, including gold medalists Allyson Felix and Dalilah Muhammad, took the field to a rousing welcome. USC has produced more Olympians, overall medalists and gold medalists than any other U.S. university.
The study of more than 1,000 schools measures whether students feel challenged and have sufficient resources to succeed, whether the student body is diverse and whether graduates pay off loans and find satisfying, high paying jobs. USC joins Caltech and Stanford as the only California institutions in the top 25.
Craniosynostosis — estimated to occur in roughly one out of every 2,500 births — can lead to a misshapen skull, developmental delays, hearing loss, blindness and even death. But a USC interdisciplinary study leverages expertise in three fields in an effort to find more effective treatments.