The 2015 State of the Neighborhood Report, led by Professor Hortensia Amaro, focuses on the current state of the communities surrounding USC's campuses, including economic stability, education, health and health care. "We have incredible privilege at this university. And it is our responsibility to act on all of that privilege," USC Provost Michael Quick said.
This year's All School Day, “Race Relations in the 21st Century,” featured Compton Mayor Aja Brown and USC professors Manuel Pastor and Jody Armour, who discussed the state of race relations today and its possible the future.
Assistant Professor Julie Cederbaum, right, won a USC Mellon Mentoring Award for helping to build a supportive academic environment. PhD student Jaih Craddock nominated her for the award.
Already past its midway mark, The USC Social Work Initiative has secured $40 million over the past four years for scholarships, research, faculty leadership and program development, among many other areas.
- Master of Social Work