Environmental studies and international relations double major Kayla Soren is recognized for founding a nonprofit that aims to raise awareness about global climate issues.
USC Alumnus Earns Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans
Oscar De los Santos (’15) will attend Yale Law School in the Fall 2022.
2019 Fellowship Recipients
2019 Astronaut Scholarship Recipient Zane Durante is a rising junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Applied and Computational Mathematics. 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 an Astronaut Scholar alumni, C-suite executive, or astronaut; …
Three USC students are Truman Scholarship finalists
Three USC students named finalists for the Truman Scholarship, a competitive award for student leaders planning a career in public service.
USC celebrates Truman Finalist, Hector Reyes
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship is a highly competitive and prestigious scholarship for college juniors who have outstanding leadership potential, plan to pursue careers in public service, and wish to attend graduate school to prepare for their careers. The scholarship carries an award of $30,000 plus a variety of educational and leadership development opportunities. Hector Reyes is a first generation …
Jamie Kwong named 2018 Marshall Scholar
The international relations major, who is earning a progressive master’s in public diplomacy through a joint program between USC Annenberg and USC Dornsife, learned she had just been awarded a prestigious 2018 Marshall Scholarship.
Congratulations USC Truman Finalist, Jamie Kwong!
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship is a highly competitive and prestigious scholarship for college juniors who have outstanding leadership potential, plan to pursue careers in public service, and wish to attend graduate school to prepare for their careers. The scholarship carries an award of $30,000 plus a variety of educational and leadership development opportunities. Jamie Kwong, a Warren Bennis Scholar and …
Two USC alumni named Rhodes Scholar Finalists
Two USC alumni have been selected as finalists for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship – Oscar De Los Santos ’15 and Zoë Scandalis ’15. Oscar De Los Santos, first in his family to attend college, was selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants for a full-tuition USC Norman Topping Scholarship. As a sophomore he was highly involved with the Obama …
2014 Fellowship Recipients
2014 Boren Scholarship Recipients Boren Scholarships are funded by the National Security Education Program, which focuses on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security and the challenges of global society, including sustainable development, environmental degradation, global disease and hunger, population growth and migration, and economic competitiveness. Scholars are selected on the basis of merit …
Oscar De Los Santos Selected as Truman Scholar
The political science junior wants to work on the issue of voter protection and has long-term goals of representing his home district in the California State Assembly.
2012 Fellowship Recipients
2012 Boren Fellowships Recipients Heather Ashby is a fourth year doctoral student in the History. She plans to use the Boren Fellowship to study Russian and conduct research for her dissertation on the impact of Woodrow Wilson and Vladimir Lenin’s ideas of self-determination on people in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. In Moscow, Heather will examine Soviet documents about Third World …
Travis Glynn selected as Truman Scholar
Travis Glynn is a big-picture person. The USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences junior tackles problems by considering the matter at hand. He also approaches his life the same way.