September 22, 2016
The Joan Herman and Richard Rasiej Mathematics Initiative will explore strategies to support current teachers.
The Joan Herman and Richard Rasiej Mathematics Initiative will explore strategies to support current teachers.
Over the years, alumna’s family has funded student scholarships, the education library and an endowed chair for USC Rossier dean.
Peace after war can be elusive for combat veterans who fight painful memories long after they’ve left the battlefield. Of the more than 2.6 million…
The historic gift is an investment in the school’s future and the future of the profession on a global level.
As a watercolor artist, Gayle Garner Roski ’62 depends on her eyesight to pursue her life’s passion. But when her vision began to suffer, so…
The five-story building is the new home for the school’s undergraduate business program.
Vivian Hoorn was scared. She knew that something wasn’t right with her vision. Grey polka dots kept dancing across the pages of her favorite books…
In a thoughtful speech to our students, the technology entrepreneur and renowned humanitarian Larry Ellison offered a message filled with optimism and purpose. “Each of…
A $15.7 million gift from philanthropist Steven A. Cohen brings free mental health services to military veterans and their families.
Freshmen Alyssa Allen, Paulo Hernandez-Farella and Lenai Wilkerson competed for the awards against sophomores and juniors across the country.
USC Trustee David C. Bohnett ’78 has made his life’s work a quest to connect people and build stronger communities, using his business and computer…
Eugene Rogolsky donates his complex collection of artists from the Americas and Eastern Europe.
The building — with open labs and state-of-the-art technology — will be the largest within the University Park Campus when it opens in fall 2017.
Fitness center, swimming pool and an ‘academic success center’ are just part of the Health Sciences Campus complex.
The outside of the $700 million residential and retail complex may seem nearly finished, but there’s still plenty of work to be done inside.
More than 150 projects are underway on the University Park Campus, from dorm renovations to entirely new buildings.
The $700 million residential and retail complex is on track to open in 2017.
The donation will bolster clinical service programs in developing countries and establish a summer scholars fund.
Alumni, parents and friends find their own unique ways to help students attend USC.
The $700 million project north of Jefferson Boulevard is coming together quickly.
The college at USC Village will focus on the principles of social justice and community service.
His $15 million gift brings upgraded spaces to USC Leventhal.
One of the largest recent donations supporting cancer research and treatment will harness proteomics, molecular biology, genetics and nanotechnology for new ways of ending cancer
New funding goes to charter high school preparing students for success at college and beyond.
Construction is in high gear on the $700 million project that will change how Trojans live and learn.
$25 million gift from Gayle and Edward Roski supports USC’s initiatives to restore and preserve the sight of patients worldwide.
The effort is building the endowment for faculty, research and student scholarships as well as advancing the university’s academic priorities.
Every student who has thrown a Frisbee across McCarthy Quad or had a late-night study session in Leavey Library has benefited from the generosity of…
The $700 million project is taking shape on Jefferson Boulevard.
“The field of neuroscience represents the next great frontier of medical research in the 21st century,” Mark Stevens says.
Trustees and their families see the impact of donating to USC's health research.
$15 million gift will support renovation of 90-year-old structure to be renamed Harlan A. Helvey Hall.
It marks the halfway point in construction of the $700 million residential-retail project, on track to open in fall 2017.
University keeps up pace of support alongside leaders Stanford and Harvard.
USC Trustee Stanley Gold and wife Ilene give $2.5 million for scholarship, mentorship program at USC Gould School of Law.
Two new programs will give students a mix of communications and technological skills, finding new ways to deliver news.
Led by the university’s generous trustees, friends of USC continue to step up and support the university and its academic, scientific, athletic, health and community-service…
Real estate entrepreneur and his wife provide support for research in information processing and communications technologies.
The BH Properties gift will provide students with scholarship funds and professional development opportunities.
David Bohnett, Jeanie Buss, Kathy Leventhal, Kris Popovich and Tracy Sykes bring their experience and expertise to the university.
New initiative will provide scholarships for students and fellowships for working journalists.
What a difference a month makes: You may not recognize the project.
The largest single donation for student support in the cinematic arts school’s history — $10 million — will provide scholarships for African-American and Latino students.
A Min family gift will establish a competition to fund startups for social entrepreneurs at USC Viterbi.
Joan and Rick Webb celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary and a new bench built to honor their philanthropy.
The $700 million project, scheduled to open in 2017, will forever change how Trojans live and learn.
Trustee and his wife endow the Jerry and Nancy Neely Institute with a $10 million gift.
Workers oversee the installation of enormous brick panels at the busy construction site, where buildings are starting to take shape.
As the Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center rises, the dance school debuts with 33 talented students.
The USC Leventhal School’s Master of Business Taxation degree program will be named in honor of the business leader and his late wife.
Donation will help endow the Keck School of Medicine of USC and support construction of the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience.
The alumna and philanthropist was a true Trojan who leaves the university with wonderful memories, says USC President Nikias.
The university’s huge new residential-retail project is rising along Jefferson Boulevard.
Six major gifts support USC’s medical education, research and patient care efforts, from fighting leukemia to improving hearing to mapping the brain.
The foundation’s gift allows USC to retain young faculty members and provide them with multiple resources.
Differences in the brain become more severe the longer an individual suffers from depression, say researchers from USC and Amsterdam.
The $650 million project will house residential colleges along with retail and other support space.
Latest drone video shows significant progress on the $700 million project, which will change how future generations of Trojans live and learn.
‘This campaign isn’t about the money. It’s about what the money enables USC to do.’
The couple’s gift demonstrates a commitment to helping the university and continuing a fight against cancer, USC President C. L. Max Nikias says.
Norbert Gehr, who lost a battle with leukemia, places trust in two doctors to use $20 million for the greatest good.
Generous support will enable USC researchers to find new ways to treat hearing loss among children and diseases of the ear, nose and throat.
The outgoing president of the USC Alumni Association Board of Governors has served on that board since 2008.
Universities rely on endowments to support libraries, financial aid and professorships.
The newest USC Marshall building gets its signature spire.
The center will focus on lung injury, repair and regeneration in an effort to discover new treatments and cures for pulmonary diseases.
Gift from USC alumna and former foster child will endow a new program at USC Telehealth.
Another 61 high-school graduates will continue their education this fall, thanks to groundbreaking USC program.
Alumni, Hollywood studios, technology companies, parents and friends have given more than $175 million.
The funding proposal could boost the success of future grant applications.
With $300 million raised, the department’s Heritage Initiative meets its Campaign for USC goal.
The donation will develop personalized medicine to battle the disease and support the research of David Agus.
William McMorrow and Heliane Steden bring their business acumen and leadership to their new roles.
Marking 25 years of giving, the Smith Charitable Trust awards grants to five social work programs.
Cavaney scholarship awarded to outstanding student who demonstrates promise in leadership.
The gift will streamline the translation of basic research into new therapies for brain injury and disease.
The donation means three of the $650 million project’s nine residential colleges are endowed.
The $20 million gift endows a student community that integrates living and learning as well as faculty chairs and student support at USC.
Annual celebration uniting donors and students serves as fundraiser for medical gifts.
Fully converged newsroom serves as nerve center of the new Wallis Annenberg Hall.
Massive residential-retail development is coming to life at the former University Village site.
USC president responds to media criticism of increasing tuition and covers other pressing topics at his annual addresses to faculty, staff.
The annual event brings students together with their benefactors.
The Joan A. Payden Student Academy will boost the education of children in neighborhoods near the university’s campuses.
Van Eck Global donates $3 million for a student investment fund and travel scholarship.
Fundraising effort supports academic excellence; goal is $6 billion.
Postdoctoral researchers will have access to top facilities and resources to obtain vital data.
The Judge Hollinger Alternative Dispute Resolution Program will prepare students for the field of arbitration and mediation.
Chuck Spielman and his wife devote themselves to bolstering the transition of vets into communities.
From new buildings to endowed chairs, generous gifts marked the year.
Gifts to the ambitious Campaign for USC nearing $4 billion.
The annual award will go to a male or female track and field athlete who best epitomizes the Trojan legend.
USC Institute of Urology honors cancer survivor and advocate Derrick Hall, as Sheryl Crow and Jay Leno entertain the crowd.
The Brighten Award for Entrepreneurial Gerontology will assist USC Davis students who offer elder-friendly ideas.
CEO of East West Bank praised for his civic leadership, support of Asian art and culture.
Lori O’Brien will use Broad Center support to find her niche in kidney research and regenerative medicine.
The talent from which the unique USC School of Pharmacy center will draw represents the ‘best of the best,’ dean says.
The Mischel Yellow Ribbon Scholarship Fund will help veterans and military spouses in USC’s Master of Social Work program.
Gary K. Michelson declares his support for USC’s efforts to boost biomedical research in Los Angeles.
The scholarships will be given next year in honor of the program’s former academic coordinator.