Learn how six radar stations maintained by USC Dornsife’s Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies provided data critical to the clean-up of the oil spill off Orange County.
Think caribou in the arctic tundra have nothing to do with you? USC students use immersive technology to explain their urgent climate change message for us all.
USC students and faculty join peers from around the world in an online simulation to build consensus on global warming and climate change challenges.
Though commencement never came for more than 100 Japanese American students who were forced into internment during World War II, the university will at last issue posthumous degrees in their names.
Every two weeks, a language dies. USC Viterbi doctoral candidate Lina Brixey, a member of the Choctaw Nation, is determined hers will not be next.