USC In The News

USC In the News 11/19/2018

The Wall Street Journal published a commentary by Larry Harris, a professor of finance at the USC Marshall School, about why a strong dollar is good for America.

The Wall Street Journal published “Lessons from the Paradise Fire” by Costas Synolakis, a professor of civil engineering and an expert on natural disasters from USC Viterbi School on what more could be done for natural disasters.

AirTalk on KPCC-FM featured James Moore, professor of industrial, systems and civil engineering and director of the Transportation Engineering Program at USC, about the cost of the bullet train.

U.S. News & World Report and NBC News featured research led by Christopher Warren, a doctoral candidate at Keck Medicine of USC, showing many infants with milk allergies seem to outgrow them.

The New York Times quoted political science professor Stanley Rosen of the USC Dornsife College about China’s push to soften its image through movies, media and cultural projects.

Los Angeles Times interviewed Teresa Cheng, chair of USC's John C. Hench Division of Animation & Digital Arts, about Netflix and Amazon spending heavily on animation.

STAT News, via Kaiser Health News, quoted Paul Ginsburg of USC Price School on hospitals' national TV ads for transplants and other high-priced services.

The San Francisco Chronicle, via The Conversation, published a piece by Jennifer Bernstein of the USC Dornsife College on GPS apps making people worse at navigating.

Quartz mentioned Lon Schneider, a psychiatrist at Keck Medicine of USC, in an article about the dubious value of memory supplements.

The Orange County Register quoted Niels Frenzen, director of the Immigration Clinic at the USC Gould School, on oversight of the Trump administration’s immigration plans and programs.

KTLA interviewed Mindy Romero, director of the California Civic Engagement Project at USC, on California voter turnout for the midterm election.

Inc. quoted Milton S.F. Curry, dean of the USC School of Architecture, on 19 books that everyone who wants to succeed should read.

Variety mentioned the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative’s annual report on female and minority film representation.

The New York Times and Washington Post, via Associated Press, mentioned USC in a story on Title IX. The story also appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle and on KCAL-TV.

NBC News mentioned USC in a story about Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ proposed campus sexual misconduct rules.