USC chemists receive a first-ever $1 million prize for their innovative research on alternative fuels.
USC Viterbi researchers aim to spread their 3-D printing technology throughout our world—and beyond.
Support from USC’s Widney Society members opens the Trojan Family to first-generation Trojans like Marqise Lee.
USC has formed an alliance with the Pasadena, Calif.-based museum of Asian and Pacific Island arts and culture, which means lots of collaborations are in store. If you want to be wowed by woodblocks or are jazzed to see jade, the USC Pacific Asia Museum is for you.
USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Hao Li wants to create your future.
Tara Pollak DPT ’03 keeps Olympic gold medalist Ous Mellouli ’07 in the swim.
Do you have a favorite spot on the University Park Campus? It might be one of the city’s special places too.
A soccer career cut short opens doors to a creative life serving others.
It’s all about building the complete student-athlete at USC.
Robotic surgery uses high tech to restore fatherhood and fitness to a man whose life was threatened by kidney cancer.
In the wake of Reunion Weekend, two Trojans share their memories of USC.
USC provided the tools to success for Daniel J. Epstein ’62, whose Trojan spirit makes him a natural for the Asa V. Call Alumni Achievement Award.
Super-volunteer Jaime Lee ’06, JD ’09 makes time management an art form. Here’s a hint to her success: It’s about making choices.
Questions and answers with Tommy Trojan