Since becoming an academic, Ricardo Valerdi wanted to find ways to inspire young kids to develop a passion for science, technology, engineering and math.
The schools are recognized for their work in support of adjunct, contingent and non-tenure-track faculty.
With a $2 million National Science Foundation grant, USC Rossier’s Yasemin Copur-Gencturk seeks to improve math instruction with AI-driven teacher professional development.
USC Rossier faculty members are leading the way toward bringing equity-minded change to graduate education.
Hu already was among the top physicians at Keck Medicine of USC when he enrolled at USC Rossier to get his doctorate in organizational change and leadership.
In big cities and small towns, Trojans are providing students, teachers, administrators and parents with a new idea of the impact a social worker can have in a school setting.
How do primary and secondary school teachers help students explore topics like human rights and gun violence in a politically charged environment? USC Rossier experts are working on it.
Often obscure and largely nonpartisan, school boards have become increasingly politicized in recent years. USC experts look at what might be ahead.
An expert in developmental psychology and neuroscience, she joins the foremost organization in education policy and practice.
USC Price’s LaVonna Lewis discusses the controversy and how understanding the legacy of racism in America will help future leaders develop more equitable public policies.