Winter 2013

Two Leading ‘Mapmakers of the Brain’ are Revolutionizing Neuroimaging

“You will remember some things about this conversation, and that will change your brain.”

9 min readHealth, Science/Technology, Big Data, Neurosciences
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Photography by Dustin Snipes

Mind Gamers

A special group of scholar-athletes prove you can have smarts in the classroom and on the court.

6 min readAthletics
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Illustrations by Lorenzo Petrantoni

Dr. Discovery

Physician-scientist Berislav Zlokovic searches for better treatments for dementia with a drive to make a difference now.

6 min readHealth, Science/Technology
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Photos by Max S. Gerber

The Nobel Man

USC’s Arieh Warshel figured that the dawning computer revolution in the late ’60s and ’70s might push biochemistry beyond the limits of the lab. It led him on a trail to the Nobel Prize.

9 min readHumanities
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USC Architecture alumnus Anthony Marnell II. Strong Foundation

Design Builder Gifts $1 Million to USC Architecture

Anthony Marnell II’s recent gift to the USC School of Architecture will launch a multidisciplinary design studio to foster design-builders.

2 min readAlumni Life, Arts, Architecture
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Photo by Steve Cohn

Care Package

College health services have changed, and the USC Engemann Student Health Center sets standards for next-generation medical care.

3 min readHealth
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Save That Text

The USC Libraries Shelf Life program pairs special library books with devoted readers.

2 min readHumanities
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California Cool

4 Trojan Inventions That Have SoCal Style

USC alumni aren’t just entrepreneurial; they’ve also got design flair with a Southern California influence.

1 min readAlumni Life, Business, Entrepreneurship, Los Angeles
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Photo by Jim Stroup

Life, Continued

A surfing accident left PhD student Ryan Williams a quadriplegic, but his drive and USC’s distance-learning program have allowed him to pursue his academic dreams.

3 min readStudent Life
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Thanks for Serving

The USC Alumni Association recognizes volunteers who keep the Trojan spirit alive.

5 min readSocial Impact
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Photos by John McGillen

The Dynamic Duo

Cynthia Cooper and Andy Enfield shoot to bring a winning attitude back to USC basketball.

5 min readAthletics
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Neighborhood Academic Initiative scholars Jessica Alcazar and Tristan Baizar talk with Thomas S. Sayles, senior vice president for University Relations during the NAI Annual Gala and Awards Ceremony on May 9. Photo by Gus Ruelas

Neighborhood Academic Initiative Adds Two Elementary Schools

USC’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative expands beyond South Los Angeles to include more than 100 sixth-graders in East Los Angeles.

1 min readSocial Impact
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Photo by Gus Ruelas President's Page

Trojan Pride

Arieh Warshel’s Nobel prize win celebrates his lifetime of work—and USC’s longstanding investment in science and technology research.

3 min readUniversity, Awards, Faculty, President's Page
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Growth Mode

Keck Medicine of USC reaches across Southern California

3 min readHealth, Science/Technology
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