USC in the News
USC In the News 6/28/2017
Chicago Tribune featured Percival Everett of the USC Dornsife College and his novel, "So Much Blue." Everett's range as an author, from short fiction and poetry to novels, is celebrated. The reviewer makes the case for Everett to be recognized as a "Great American Novelist" alongside other authors like John Updike and Jonathan Franzen. "When Updike was working with this material, somehow it reflected the 'world we live in.' If that was true of Updike, it's doubly true of Everett, who is a far superior observer of the world," the reviewer wrote.
Times Higher Education featured research by Daniela Glaser of the USC Viterbi School and colleagues finding that female candidates for jobs within academic engineering departments are interrupted more frequently than male candidates. A "higher proportion of women’s talk time is taken up by the audience asking questions,” said researchers. The more frequent questioning represents a more hostile or "prove it" attitude, researchers concluded.
The Washington Post quoted Paul Ginsburg of the USC Schaeffer Center on the likelihood that Senate Republicans will be able to pass a healthcare bill.
Los Angeles Times quoted Gabriel Kahn of the USC Annenberg School on the high stakes for truth in reporting given frequent comments by the Trump White House about fake news.
USA Today quoted Gabriel Kahn of the USC Annenberg School on the practice of filming "undercover" video and on the way that tensions between the White House and news agencies may cause more partisan bias in reporting.
CBS News quoted Heidi Rummel of the USC Gould School on the challenges of trying a homicide case without the body to prove death.
Variety quoted Stanley Rosen of the USC Dornsife College on trade negotiations with China and how box office accounting in the country may impact film import agreements.
The Globe and Mail quoted Jonathan Taplin of the USC Annenberg School on a recent European Union judgment finding Google is in violation of antitrust rules.
Morning Consult quoted Ira Kalb of the USC Marshall School on Amazon's reputation and how it has benefited the company.
The Washington Post, in an Associated Press story, mentioned USC will neighbor the newly approved Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. The Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Daily News also mentioned USC in relationship to the museum.
Los Angeles Times cited a study by Stacy Smith and USC Annenberg's Media, Diversity and Social Change Initiative on the lack of inclusivity of women and minorities within major Hollywood studios.
Daily Pilot mentioned that Daniel Inloes of the USC Price School received a leadership award from the city of Costa Mesa.
Glendale News Press mentioned that USC Verdugo Hills Hospital received a $30,000 gift from the Verdugo Hills Hospital's Women's Council for the neonatal intensive care unit.
La Canada Valley Sun mentioned that Morten Lauridsen is a professor at the USC Thornton School.
Press of Atlantic City cited a study by Glenn Melnick of the USC Schaeffer Center comparing price increases between multi-hospital health care systems and other hospitals in California.
Santa Barbara Independent mentioned that Josh Kun is a professor at the USC Annenberg School.