In a research project focused more on goodwill than good grades, USC students get creative with solutions to help migrants fleeing turmoil around the world.
A new USC study examines why certain brains are more vulnerable to addiction. The goal is to identify people most at risk of opioid addiction and determine how to best treat those already addicted.
From a modest start in a western town without paved streets or telephones, USC marks its 139th birthday Oct. 6 as one of the nation’s leading research institutions.
The Trojan Family dedicates USC’s newest academic building, a state-of-the-art innovation center where 3D printers and a podcast studio are just the beginning.
USC professors visit the sites of historic disasters with an important goal: building an educational infrastructure that will help prepare for future hazards.