Scientists and engineers need to work alongside each other to push the next great biomedical advances. At USC, philanthropist
Gary Michelson just put their efforts into overdrive.
Globe-trotting Millennials are on the move. They’re taking on our interconnected economy through USC’s World Bachelor in Business.
USC Thornton’s popular music program emerges as a launchpad for the next generation of musicians and songwriters.
The Post-Conviction Justice Project leads a nationwide movement for juveniles serving life sentences without parole.
Drawing parallels between the creation of clothing and structures, USC architecture students in Lee Olvera’s fifth-year studio class painstakingly construct Mao jackets using unconventional materials.
USC researcher Mark Bolas pushes the boundaries of human-computer interaction with immersive technologies.
The Trojan Marching Band and the Dodgers have ties that
go way back.
As educators across the country prepare for new inquiry-based teaching standards, a USC professor helps them think outside the textbook
Trouble concentrating? ADHD diagnosis? Or just disorganized? The USC Kortschak Center helps students with much-needed college survival skills.
Anatomists at the Keck School collaborate with USC paleontologists on dinosaur bone identification.
In celebrity-crazy LA, hand-scripted words by C.L. Dodgson
(aka Lewis Carroll) about fame find a fitting home—123 years later.
The future of neuromedicine grows closer at the USC Neurorestoration Center, where patients are already seeing
Austin alumni are among the hundreds of Trojan faithful who give back at the USC Alumni Day of SCervice.
Half Century Trojans Jim and Mary Manos share their love for all things USC.
Rigo Diaz dreamed of being a Trojan and made it happen. Now he gives back to support scholarships for tomorrow’s students.
A former Olympic sprinter juggles professional life in LA, a country home in Arizona and volunteering for USC.
Questions and answers with Tommy Trojan