USC computer science undergraduate student Zane Durante is using artificial intelligence to identify truthful language in child forensic interviews. By Caitlin Dawson
2019 Commencement honors, Truman & Udall Scholarship Recipient, USC Named Top Fulbright Producer for seventh year running.
Troy Camp co-director Marla Ross found her confidence at USC through financial assistance and guidance from mentors and friends. As a recent grad, she wants… Read more »
Inspired by an animation class, 2019 graduate Amri Rigby embraced filmmaking, directed a Sundance-winning short film and was commissioned by Werner Herzog to shoot a… Read more »
Students attribute Fulbright opportunities to study diabetes and cancer to research experience gained at the Bridge Institute at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience.
As the proud child of Vietnamese refugees, Giang has spent her time at USC tackling education disparities at a local, national and international level. By… Read more »
Salutatorian Haochen Wang of Anhui, China, discovered a love of singing and performing during his time at USC. By Joanna Clay
Diviya Gupta became interested in medicine when her grandfather was diagnosed with an unfamiliar disease. With graduation right around the corner, she is looking forward… Read more »
As a Trojan, Tingyee Chang discovered her passion for research. It guided the daughter of Taiwanese immigrants toward a double major in neuroscience and public… Read more »
Environmental studies and international relations double major Kayla Soren is recognized for founding a nonprofit that aims to raise awareness about global climate issues.