USC builds Mexico partnerships
As a delegation led by President C. L. Max Nikias is strengthening relationships with Mexican institutions, the university presents its first Judge Widney Award.
USC environmental scientists have their first good news in two decades: Los Angeles' gains in air quality have paid off in stronger lungs for the region's kids, according to their study in the New England Journal of Medicine. That sets children up for a healthier adulthood.
Investment in two spacial analysis labs allows the USC Price School of Public Policy to better visualize public policy and urban planning issues. The labs use visual tools in an innovative way to enhance the school’s commitment to social justice and equity.
Los Angeles-area policymakers and educational institutions are laying the groundwork for the region’s biotechnology strategy with a summit on the USC Health Sciences Campus. The goal: a thriving Biotechnology Park that nurtures technology and gives the local economy a huge boost.