USC is regularly among the top producers of students in the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange effort.
Joseph Bae Joseph Bae is from Chino Hills, California and majored in Biophysics at the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences while also receiving a master’s in Medical Biophysics. At USC, Joseph pursued a variety of activities including conducting research at the Bridge Institute, serving on the executive board of a medical missions club, and practicing Tae Kwon Do. …
USC Schaeffer Fellow and Undergraduate Boren Scholarship recipient named 2018 Price valedictorian.
2018 Astronaut Scholarship Recipient Nina Singh is a rising senior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and was selected for a 2018/2019 Astronaut Scholarship. She previously won the Astronaut Scholarship for the 2017/2018 academic year. As a part of this honor, scholars receive up to a $10,000 award; expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. for the “Innovators Gala”; mentoring by …
Lured by the opportunity to do undergraduate research at USC, Kaushik Parvathaneni has thrived. Up next: a master’s and studying medicine
Cancer researcher and graduating senior Sophie Wix will pursue medical breakthroughs this fall as USC’s first Fulbright scholar to the University of Cambridge and the United Kingdom
The 2018 cohort of 13 USC Fulbrights includes 12 students and alumni who hold a total of 14 different USC Dornsife majors and minors.
She helps youngsters see the impact of music — from Beyoncé to Beethoven to the music of Botswana — on their own communities. Rose was also featured in her hometown as USC Valedictorian.
The aspiring surgeon has helped the homeless get to medical appointments and find available resources — and he’s just getting started
She played Legally Blonde’s Elle Woods on stage; now she’s producing films that make a social statement
The first graduates of USC’s new ethical leadership honors program hold promise for tackling society’s most pressing challenges.
Two Boren Scholars and an Artist Protection Fund Fellow Win