USC in the News

USC In the News 10/30/2018

Campus Safety featured research by the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School, which has operated an online behavioral health clinic to connect with clients for virtual counseling and psychotherapy sessions. The clinic serves a diverse population ranging from adolescents to seniors, graduate students, veterans, parents with special needs children and survivors of sexual assault or domestic violence.

Education Week featured USC Rossier EdVentures, a program that brings together education and engineering faculty to support startup ed-tech companies. The program is billed as the "first ed-tech innovation hub in Southern California." "You come up with better solutions to problems when you have many people from different backgrounds noodling at the problem," said Doug Lynch of USC Rossier.

Bustle quoted Tok Thompson of the USC Dornsife College on ghost stories.

NBC News Raleigh affiliate WRAL-TV interviewed Julie Marsh of the USC Rossier School on the California race for state superintendent.

KPCC-FM interviewed Jody Armour of the USC Gould School on effective ways of dealing with hate speech.

KPCC-FM interviewed Robert Eshman of the USC Annenberg School on the Pittsburgh synagogue shootings.

Forbes mentioned research by the USC Annenberg School's Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of women in entertainment.

Forbes mentioned that graduates at the USC Marshall School and other universities switched jobs as a result of an online MBA program.

BBC mentioned research by the USC Annenberg School's Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of women in entertainment.

Los Angeles Times mentioned a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll showing an upward spike in support for Democrats.

Los Angeles Times mentioned a USC Dornsife-Los Angeles Times poll finding that California is going in the right political direction.

NBC News mentioned research by Manuel Pastor of the USC Dornsife College and colleagues on rent control.