A Gold for Sustainability
USC’s sustainability efforts have earned a gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, a professional association for the campus sustainability community — a year earlier than expected.
USC’s Network of Informational and Support Resources in Times of Conflict
An SC Family Reunion
USC closed out its celebration of Black History Month on Thursday with the annual SC Family Reunion. The event in Founders Park on the University Park Campus featured live performances, refreshments, vendors and remarks by USC President Carol Folt.
Celebrating the USC Schaeffer Institute for Public Policy & Government Service — and its namesake
The Trojan Family on Wednesday celebrated the university’s newest policy institute and the gift that made it happen: A $59 million donation from Leonard D. Schaeffer and his late wife, Pamela, funded the new institute, which will be based at USC’s University Park Campus and at the USC Capital Campus in Washington, D.C. Pictured at the celebration are (from left) Dana Goldman, who will lead the institute; USC President Carol Folt; Leonard Schaeffer; and USC Provost Andrew T. Guzman.
The titles recognize faculty members who are leaders in their research fields.
The honor recognizes innovation that has a real impact on the welfare of society.
Awards were given to two USC research teams to fund collaborations between engineering and one or more of the university’s five health sciences schools.
USC Dornsife’s Sylvain Barbot is using public satellite data to reveal the cost of the Ukraine War on its second anniversary.
Advancing the Health Sciences
USC is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and society through world-class care, innovation, collaboration and research with real-world impact. By promoting health, preventing and curing disease, and educating tomorrow’s health leaders, our many health sciences schools advance well-being locally, nationally and internationally.
Around the University
Join USC President Carol Folt on International Women’s Day as faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members honor and celebrate women while exploring the theme “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.”
International Women’s Day is dedicated to the celebration of women’s achievements in society, economies, culture, politics and more.
Virtual event at noon Friday, March 8