Meet four USC educators and researchers whose pasts motivate them to make a difference for others.
Former USC Latino Alumni Association Executive Director and USC Price alumna is the new President and CEO of CHCI in D.C.
One unit short, WWII vet returns to become USC’s oldest graduate at 96. Alfonso Gonzales started at USC in 1947 as the first person in his family to go to college.
USC’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative (NAI) honored its 2016 high school graduating class – celebrating 25 years of college access for local children.
USC Thornton student Angela Flores leads weekly jam sessions in El Sereno at Eastside Cafe and welcomes an enthusiastic crowd of local residents
First-time students admitted to USC for fall 2016 are part of a diverse and high-achieving freshmen class.
Black-tie event attracts top officials and generates support for student scholarships at the 42nd Annual Scholarship Gala.
Hortensia Amaro is one of handful of women chosen to showcase the history and contributions of women of color in psychology.
Inaugural “Path to Success” event brings students together with key faculty, staff and alumni to share experiences and advice.
Robert Garcia tells USC Latino Student Empowerment Conference of his struggles — and successes