The national poll shows majority support for immigrants, decreasing support for Trump among his base, and the belief that there are still significant obstacles for women to get ahead. Journalists are invited to participate in 11 a.m. PST call today to discuss results.
This political poll is the first in a series this year leading up to the November 2018 midterm elections. Voters weigh in on issues ranging from President Trump’s approval rating to their economic outlook. Political scientists and polling experts will discuss the results at a teleconference, also on Jan. 19. Contact: Emily Gersema, (213) 361-6730 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or James Key, (213) 821-2992or email@example.com […]
The peristyle plaza at the to-be-renovated Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will be named the Julia and George Argyros Plaza in recognition of a $7.5 million gift from the Argyros Family Foundation. USC announced plans to renovate and restore the Coliseum in 2016. The estimated $270 million renovation, privately funded by USC, will begin in early […]
The new study analyzing where patients receive their prescription opioids is a hard look at how providers have contributed to the addiction epidemic. Contact: Emily Gersema, (213) 361-6730 or firstname.lastname@example.org Around the country, state legislatures and hospitals have tightened emergency room prescribing guidelines for opioids to curb the addiction epidemic, but a new USC study shows that approach […]
Outcomes for children and older adults with cancer have improved greatly over the past three decades, but there’s been little improvement in survival among adolescents and young adults with cancer.
In a time when universities and colleges must justify their pursuit of diversity with evidence-based practice, the 2018 CERPP Conference, with its theme of “Toward More Equitable and Expert Practice,” will feature new and emerging indicators of who students are and what they can do. Simply put, greater expertise will yield greater equity and better admission decisions. The audience will be comprised of leading graduate and undergraduate admission deans, campus enrollment policymakers, higher education scholars, K-12 educators, and state and federal policy makers.
Fake social media accounts already have a reputation of swaying political discourse, but a Keck School of Medicine of USC researcher says these automated accounts are even more dangerous — they can be bad for your health.
Social bots are automated accounts that use artificial intelligence to influence discussions and promote specific ideas or products. USC researchers focused on how these bots promoted the notion that using electronic cigarettes helps people stop smoking, a conclusion not definitively supported by research.
Despite the title of the Star Wars universe’s latest cinematic entry, we surely haven’t seen the last of the Jedi, the Sith or the Wookiees. USC experts discuss the ongoing impact of America’s most enduring movie franchise and whether or not it can continue to stir our imagination while restoring peace to Hollywood’s galaxy…
Tiny, toxic particles creep into developing brains, cause inflammation and may damage brain pathways responsible for emotion and decisions, USC researcher finds. Contact: Zen Vuong, (213) 300-1381 or email@example.com A new study linking higher levels of air pollution to increased teenage delinquency is a reminder of the importance of clean air and the need for […]
Contact: Zen Vuong, (213) 300-1381 firstname.lastname@example.org As people get their holiday bake on, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns everyone not to eat raw dough or batter because uncooked flour may be laced with the bacterium E. coli. Last year, 10 million pounds of flour were recalled when dozens of people across the country consumed […]