USC Trustee Charles Cale ’66 and his wife, Jessie Cale ’74, have pledged $15 million to endow and name a residential college at USC Village. The Jessie and Charles Cale Residential College will integrate living and learning for as many as 320 students when the USC Village opens in Fall 2017.
underwent common procedures shows a promising model for policymakers to consider that improves patient outcomes while saving money.
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, in partnership with USC Sustainability, becomes largest NFL stadium and second-largest college stadium to achieve status, repurposing over 90 percent of waste created by over 1M patrons, totaling 233 tons.
Many parents and guardians who provide several unpaid hours of medical care for children with special health care needs have limited means and other struggles of their own. A new study calculates the value of their caregiving.
When people’s political beliefs are challenged, their brains become active in areas that govern personal identity and emotional responses to threats, USC researchers found.
If student debt drains the parents’ nest egg, then children later may bear the expense of helping their aging parents, according to USC and University of South Carolina researchers.
No longer relegated to the covers of tabloids in the grocery store aisle, “fake news” has become big business with easy distribution via social media and the internet. Can and should it be stopped? Who is responsible? USC experts discuss the implications of fake news on law, politics and society. Contact: Ian Chaffee at (213) […]
The annual conference of USC Rossier School of Education’s Center for Enrollment, Research, Policy and Practice will be held Jan. 22-24 at the Marina Del Rey Marriott.
The new study shows that, based on a sample of 399,979 Medicare beneficiaries, men and women who took statins two years or more lowered their risk of Alzheimer’s disease in the period spanning from 2009 to 2013.
For years, scientists have puzzled over what prompts the intertwined double-helix DNA to open its two strands and then start replication. Knowing this could be the key to understanding how organisms — from healthy cells to cancerous tumors — replicate and multiply for their survival.