Learn more about how many Trojans are studying abroad in the Institute of International Education’s 2016 Open Doors Report.
In excellent news for students, two Trojans—senior Moriah Mulroe and alumna Anu Ramachandran—were among the 32 recipients of a prestigious Marshall Scholarship, allowing them to pursue fully funded graduate degrees at leading British universities. Moriah and Anu were recognized by President Nikias in the recent USC Ambassadors Newsletter!
More Trojans than ever are taking their studies overseas through a prestigious grant program—and many got their start through scholarships that draw top students to USC.
USC Dornsife biochemistry and geological sciences major Moriah Mulroe, a senior, and USC Dornsife alumna Anu Ramachandran ’13 have each been awarded a 2016 Marshall Scholarship. They are the latest of 11 Trojans to win the scholarship since 1969.
Alice Kimm is co-founder and partner of LA architecture firm John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects (JFAK). Renowned for its design of innovative and catalytic environments, JFAK’s output is marked by spatial fluidity, quality of light, and cultural impact. With each project, JFAK incorporates developing technologies, working with its clients and collaborators to realize a sustainable and artful design intelligence. A …
In celebrating their 20th anniversary of discovering promise and rewarding excellence, the Carson Scholars Fund is excited to unveil their first ever Carson Scholars Hall of Fame including USC alumnus and Discovery Scholar, Pavitra Krishnamani ’14. The goal of the Hall of Fame is to honor outstanding Carson Scholar Alumni who are representative of CSF’s mission – those who have …
Back in Ivory Coast, USC Dornsife doctoral candidate and Fulbright fellow Todd Fredson returns to the region that kindles his creativity.
Personal and Professional Development Sessions Research and Fellowships 101What is Research? What is a Fellowship? This presentation will offer an introduction to undergraduate research at USC and explain how research experience can be an asset when applying for competitive national fellowships such as the Rhodes Scholarship and Fulbright Grant. A panel of undergraduate Trojans will also reflect on their research …
The founder of Sustainable Health Enterprises, an organization dedicated to creating business solutions for problems in the developing world, visited the USC Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab Wednesday afternoon to discuss her work in business with social impact.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York honored USC President C. L. Max Nikias today with its Academic Leadership Award which comes with a $500,000 grant. Nikias has pledged the grant money to undergraduate scholarships for low-income students, the USC Neighborhood Academic Initiative and the Discovery and Global Scholars distinctions.
Abigail Gregg and Laura Wang, two alumnae of the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, became the first USC graduates to receive J. William Fulbright-Hillary Rodham Clinton Fellowships, landing them professional placements as special assistants to foreign ministries.
Laura Wang focuses on Samoa’s environment while Abigail Gregg covers the risk of natural disaster in Southeast Asia
Two USC Dornsife alumnae have been named Fulbright-Clinton Fellows — the first USC graduates to receive this honor.
USC Price School of Public Policy doctoral student Mylinh Ngo Huang earned a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to Vietnam in urban development and planning for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Linda Wang- Boren Scholarship- African Language Initiative- Senegal, Reid Lidow- Gates Cambridge Scholar- United Kingdom, Vivian Yan- Fulbright Research Grant- Hong Kong, Morgan Curtis- Rotary Global Grant- Spain, John Hernandez- Fulbright ETA-Spain, Jesus Gonzalez- Critical Language Scholarship- Morocco, Erin Nogle- Howard Gilman International Scholarship- Italy.
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