Getting out of the classroom
PR pro Fred Cook learned from his string of odd jobs — from cabin boy to Biltmore doorman. So he assigned his students to go out and have their own unconventional experiences.
A creative mapping project lets teens propose ways to boost public safety and build local pride. It was the second year of the “Greetings from East L.A.” collaboration between the USC Price School of Public Policy, the East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy and the nonprofit Public Matters.
Straightforward primary care medical visits can pose complex and challenging experiences for adults with autism spectrum disorder. A newly funded study aims to improve those challenging health care encounters.
Developer, philanthropist and USC Trustee Rick Caruso was presented the Asa V. Call Award at the university’s 83rd annual Alumni Awards. The USC Alumni Association also recognized six notable Trojans for their achievements and contributions to the university.