A USC-led study found that the nation would lose as much as $45 billion in gross domestic product if Americans failed to get vaccinated for the flu, compared with $34 billion if they were vaccinated. GDP measures the size of nation’s economy.
After the stunning U.K. vote, comparisons are being drawn between the “Brexit” campaign and American politics — especially regarding nationalism and globalism. USC experts look at the implications of those trends and how they might affect U.S. immigration.
From dental certificate programs to a farmers market, USC employees fund community-based programs through the Good Neighbors Campaign. That’s the university’s annual program through which faculty and staff make donations to benefit the neighborhoods surrounding the school’s campuses.