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.

(Ful)Bright Futures

This year, seven of the 10 USC students and alumni awarded Fulbright Fellowships are from the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. They will teach English, conduct research and study in various parts of the world.

New Crop of Fulbright Fellowships

To date, 10 current and recently graduated Trojans have received the Fulbright Fellowship to study, conduct research or teach abroad. The recipients were selected on the basis of academic achievement and commitment to cultural engagement.

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2011 Fellowship Recipients

2011 Churchill Scholarship Recipients Each year the Winston Churchill Foundation awards fourteen scholarship to American university students, offering them the opportunity to study for one year at the University of Cambridge, with tuition, travel and living expenses paid. Churchill Scholars demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, and the potential to contribute to the advancement of knowledge by pursuing original, creative work in …

USC Viterbi Senior Named a Luce Scholar

USC Viterbi School of Engineering senior Craig Western is one of 18 students nationwide selected to participate in the highly competitive Luce Scholars program.

A Change of Climate

USC College graduate David Livingston will tackle energy, climate change and other environmental issues in Washington, D.C., with a fellowship from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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2010 Fellowship Recipients

2010 Carnegie Junior Fellows Program Recipients David Livingston is a USC alumnus with a degree in international relations who will tackle energy, climate change and other environmental issues during his research fellowship in Washington D.C. 2010 Critical Language Scholarship Recipients Amy Herrmann studied Arabic in Tangier, Morocco.Kenneth Provencher studied Japanese in Kyoto, Japan.Michael Scott studied Arabic in Alexandria, Egypt.Ken Sofer studied Arabic in Amman, Jordan. …

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2009 Fellowship Recipients

2009 Boren Scholarship Recipients (Undergraduate) Brandon Miliate – Major: International Relations, Minor: Gender Studies; Country of Study: Mongolia 2009 Boren Fellowship Recipients (Graduate) Roozbeh B. Baker – USC Program: Ph.D. Political Science/International Relations; Countries of Study: Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia 2009 Critical Language Scholarship Recipients Terah De Jong studied Urdu in Lucknow, India. Lorena Sanchez studied Turkish in Izmir, Turkey. 2009 Fulbright U.S. Student Program Grant Recipients …

USC Africa Fund to Help Undergrads

USC is launching a new Africa Student Fund, an endowment to support undergraduate students’ travel to Africa for study, research, service-based learning and internships.

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2008 Fellowship Recipients

2008 Boren Fellowship Recipients (Graduate) Shauna Dillavou – Program: Masters of Planning 2008 Critical Language Scholarship Recipients Eric Christensen studied Russian in Tomsk, Russia. Rebecca Loewenstein studied Chinese in Harbin, China. Zlatina Sandalska studied Russian in Tomsk, Russia. Meher Talib studied Arabic in Tangier, Morocco. Michelle Ward studied Korean in Suwon, South Korea. 2008 Fulbright U.S. Student Program Grant Recipients Ainsley Breault will complete her Bachelor of Arts …

On the Rhodes Again

Scholar-athlete Reed Doucette scores academic fame, becoming USC’s ninth Rhodes Scholar.