USC in the News

January 18, 2022

Keck School of Medicine

  • Business Insider | More patients are getting COVID-19 during hospital stays. Experts worry it’s because infected healthcare workers are sick on the job | Susan Butler-Wu quoted
  • MarketPlace | People of color have been less likely than their white counterparts to get a COVID-19 vaccine — but that is finally changing | Alexander Bruckhaus featured
  • The Washington Post | Our obsession with morning routines dates back to Benjamin Franklin | Wendy Wood featured 
  • U.S. News & World Report | Cleaner Air Could Mean Healthier Brains for Older Women | Xinhui Wang featured
  • USA Today | Beyond Aduhelm: Why experts have never felt more optimistic about Alzheimer’s treatments | Berisłav Zloković featured

USC

  • KPCC-FM | Anti-racism initiatives | School featured

USC Dornsife College

  • Los Angeles Times | Op-Ed: In the Omicron surge, I am my family’s anger translator | Natalia Molina featured

USC Gould School

  • KNBC-TV | USC Law Professor Reflects on Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream | Jody Armour featured 
  • Pasadena Star-News | Humming in court backfires on defendant who didn’t want to hear fentanyl warning | Jody Armour featured

USC Marshall School

  • Bloomberg Law | GE, J&J Face ‘Huge Lift’ to Account for Planned Breakups | Zivia Sweeney featured 

USC School of Cinematic Arts

  • KNBC-TV | USC Cinematic Arts Professor Remembers Sidney Poitier | Jeremy Kagan featured
  • KNBC-TV | USC Cinema Grad Students Create ‘Artivism’ | Jeremy Kagan and USC Grad Students: MaryLanae Linen, Jasmine Walker and Tynae Miller featured

USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

  • CalMatters | One man’s lonely journey through California’s plan to end homelessness | Suzanne Wenzel, Harmony Rhoades, Ben Henwood, and Eric Rice research featured
  • CalMatters | 5 challenges in expanding California’s permanent supportive housing — and potential solutions  | Suzanne Wenzel featured