USC in the News

August 26, 2021

USC Viterbi School

CBS News Los Angeles affiliate KCBS-TV, Spectrum News 1 and dot.LA | National Science Foundation Awards USC $15 Million To Establish Western Hub Of Innovation And Technology | Announcement of new USC federal grant featured

USC Dornsife College

The Washington Post | China’s COVID lockdown led to an earlier, greener spring, a new study suggests | Research by John Wilson featured

USA Today | Can toxic algae kill humans? California health officials are warning of these poisonous blooms | David Caron quoted

USA Today | COVID vaccine hesitancy is linked to educational level, study says | Kyla Thomas of the Center for Economic and Social Research quoted

The New York Times | New York City Rents Rise, Even as Thousands Struggle to Pay | Research from the Equity Research Institute cited

USC Price School

Los Angeles Times | Delta Air Lines’ raising insurance rates for unvaccinated makes sense — and it’s a scary idea | Dean Dana Goldman quoted

USC Annenberg School

Los Angeles Times | Gavin Newsom has been one of the most pro-Latino governors in California history, and he’s under attack for it | Roberto Suro, also of the USC Price School, quoted

USC Marshall School

Entrepreneur Magazine | For Startups, It Pays to Partner With a High-Quality VC, Even If You Give Up Some Equity | Op-ed by Arthur Korteweg featured

Keck Medicine of USC

Los Angeles Business Journal | 2021 Hospital Executive of the Year Honoree | Shawn Sheffield featured