New School, New Leader
The university celebrates the inauguration of Gaurav Sukhatme as director of the new USC School of Advanced Computing.
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USC’s Network of Informational and Support Resources in Times of Conflict
People across all demographics could change their minds when they learned about the environmental benefits of seafood farming, USC research suggests.
A USC study shows how cycles of a fasting-mimicking diet reduce insulin resistance, liver fat, immune system aging and biological age in clinical trial patients.
The university is one of only 12 institutions named as top producers for both of the prestigious programs.
President Folt leads delegation of deans, researchers and administrators on three-city tour touting USC as a partner of choice.
USC announces new Leonard D. Schaeffer Institute for Public Policy & Government Service
Leonard and Pamela Schaeffer’s $59 million gift establishes a new institute that will address multiple public policy issues with evidence-based research and educate new generations of scholars to help solve our nation’s policy challenges.
Celebrating Black History
USC is celebrating Black History Month with a series of events throughout February. The month kicked off with a thoughtful event exploring the theme “Empowering Excellence: Celebrating Black History through the Arts.”
Inspiration Through Artistic Experiences
Tap into the vibrant artistic energy at USC and let it fuel your inspiration. With the spring semester in full swing, immerse yourself in a captivating array of shows, performances, exhibits and community through the university’s six arts schools.
Around the University
This special evening celebrating Common’s crucial messages of health, hope, and healing will include a conversation moderated by USC Annenberg associate professor, Bass Lab founder, and award-winning author Allissa V. Richardson, and will be introduced by USC Vice Provost for the Arts Josh Kun.
7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 20
Designing and implementing healthcare interventions to improve access to care for substance use disorder
Although treatments for substance use disorders are effective, most people with substance use disorders never obtain any form of treatment. This talk will describe how the field has progressed beyond screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) to modern models of care that proactively deliver evidence-based treatments within healthcare settings and that intensively refer patients to specialty care while considering social determinants of health.
12 p.m., Friday, Feb. 23