Consumers may need to consider more cost-effective alternatives as compounding economic crises make it more expensive to enjoy holiday traditions we know and love. USC experts explain.
A gift from inventor Alfred E. Mann will expand USC’s activities at the intersection of health sciences and engineering. USC’s pharmacy school and biomedical engineering department will be named for Mann.
When USC’s Information Sciences Institute launched in 1972, video games, pocket calculators and floppy disks were new and the internet as we know it did not exist. What will the next 50 years bring?
USC Annenberg’s new Center for Climate Journalism and Communication will give communications professionals a deep understanding of the consequences of climate change.