Research and Fellowships Week is an annual event hosted by USC’s Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Programs. The goal of the week is to discuss opportunities that support research, graduate study, language learning, teaching, and internships within the U.S. and abroad.
Monday, October 31 *To review the recording of a session, click on the title of the session below. Fellowships 101: How to Get Started in Undergraduate Funding Opportunities12:00-12:50pm PST | VirtualTarget Audience: UndergraduatesThis session will provide an overview of internal and external funding opportunities managed by USC’s Academic Honors and Fellowships. Participants will learn the general components of fellowship applications …
Environmental studies and international relations double major Kayla Soren is recognized for founding a nonprofit that aims to raise awareness about global climate issues.
Oscar De los Santos (’15) will attend Yale Law School in the Fall 2022.
Recent Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship recipient and English major Joseph Debaerien gets inspiration for his writing from his fellow travelers. By Margaret Crable – April 19, 2021
The Science of Drive: USC Undergraduate Champions AI for Social Good. By Rishbha Bhagi
The prestigious award honors Leena Mathur for her excellence and outstanding research potential in computer science. By Lila Jones
COMMENCEMENT 2022: Medical school is next for the USC Dornsife soon-to-be graduate, along with a side hustle that has so far raised nearly $15,000 for charity. BY Grayson Schmidt
COMMENCEMENT 2022: The graduating senior is taking his USC Dornsife degree in philosophy, politics and law and heading into the Marines. BY Grayson Schmidt
COMMENCEMENT 2022: His USC resume includes an interrupted overseas semester and a unique performance with the pandemic as its backdrop. BY Grayson Schmidt
Neuroscience major Ammar Dharani sees his work as being at the crossroads of several fields that can help advance medicine. By Meredith McGroarty – April 7, 2022
2022 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 …
Academic Honors and Fellowships supports new and continuing students in the pursuit of awards, fellowships, and commencement honors.