Monday, November 1 Research 101: How to Get Started in Undergraduate Research11:00-11:50am PST | Virtual Target Audience: Undergraduates What is research? How do you get started? USC faculty will share insights on how undergraduate students can take advantage of research opportunities at USC. Topics will include: Strategies to identify research opportunities, advice on reaching out to faculty, and understanding what …
Grace Amoafo Grace Amoafo is a public policy and law major at the Sol Price School of Public Policy. She is an aspiring civil rights attorney and is very passionate about achieving justice for others. With the help of the Warren Bennis Scholars Program, she hopes to improve her leadership skills and achieve her goal of fighting for civil rights. Christian Chung Christian Chung is …
USC Dornsife’s Fulbright scholars over eight decades
Seminars for new students to explore a college-level class experience.
2016 – 2017 Antigone Performance Cohort 1 Hike Bennis Scholar BBQ with Cohorts 1 & 2
Regional Meet-Ups Cohort 1 Members; Denver, CO Cohort 1 & 2 Members; Los Angeles, CA Welcome Back Event Honors Colloquium Workshop Guest Speakers End of Year Celebration Graduation: Class of 2018
Gurasees Bajaj Gurasees Bajaj is a junior from Chicago majoring in health and human sciences with minors in health- related fields. With the goal of becoming a medical professional in the future, Gurasees’ academic interests lie in analyzing the sociological components and intersections of health in a community, such as food, housing, and education. In his free time, Gurasees enjoys …
Bryson Choy and Haoda “Harry” Wang were chosen from a pool of more than 5,000 students at 438 academic institutions.
Michelle Au Born in Los Angeles and raised in Hong Kong, Michelle is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in cinema and media studies with a minor in marketing. In addition to being a student assistant in the Cinematic Arts department, she currently serves as the general manager of USC’s television station, Trojan Vision, and oversees a variety of live shows …
2021 Astronaut Scholarship The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation was established in 1984 as the Mercury Seven Foundation by the six surviving members of America’s original Mercury Seven astronauts. This year ASF has awarded 60 scholarships to students from 44 different universities across the nation. Astronaut Scholarships are awarded to students in their junior and senior year of college studying science, technology, engineering, or …
Though she didn’t set foot on campus until orientation, Shaw-Wakeman quickly got involved in causes aimed at leaving the university — and the world — a little better for the next generation and beyond.
From assisting in immigrant courtrooms to singing with the SoCal VoCals, Bubman has grown into himself during his Trojan tenure — and he’s looking forward to saying goodbye to his peers in person.
Through student organizations like Code the Change and Engineers Without Borders, Bhumbla assists underserved communities at home and abroad. He’s also a proud member of the Trojan Marching Band.
Pursuing degrees in quantitative biology and quantitative and computational biology, Bryson Choy will use the scholarship to help advance human health.
Alums Jeremy Pathmanabhan and Héctor Reyes were awarded full-tuition scholarships to Stanford graduate programs. They’re the first Trojans to be named Knight-Hennessy Scholars.
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