Magazine

December 1st, 2016

Fall/Winter 2016: Changing the Face of Higher Education

The magazine has a new look and new name! In this issue, we focus on the critical topic of college access and persistence, showing the many ways USC Rossier professors, students and alumni are helping students and their families turn the dream of a college degree into a reality. Fall/Winter 2016 edition of USC Rossier […]

December 1st, 2016

Source of Support

Carlos Cervantes ’97, EdD ’08 has a stake in the success of college students

December 1st, 2016

Improving the Odds

Educational Counseling student Lila Mendoza making an impact as “near peer” adviser

December 1st, 2016

All in the Family

USC Rossier professors Shafiqa Ahmadi and Darnell Cole make a home in student housing

December 1st, 2016

Through the Lens of Equity

Center for Urban Education helps students by focusing on improving the institutions that serve them

December 1st, 2016

A Unified Vision

Tustin’s Connection Initiative expands opportunities for its high school students By Susan L. Wampler Future engineers, computer programmers and welders work side by side in the Tustin Unified School District (TUSD). From building a car to designing a prosthetic hand, they are empowered to craft their own futures. It’s just one example of a districtwide […]

December 1st, 2016

“Something You Can Achieve”

Recent USC Hybrid High School graduates begin their college journey

November 30th, 2016

Dean’s Byline

Dear Friends of Rossier, I’m happy to introduce you to our newly redesigned magazine. While there’s a new look and a new name, our purpose remains the same as ever — to take an in-depth look at one pressing educational issue and at what USC Rossier is doing to address it. In this issue, we […]

November 22nd, 2016

A Safe Place to Learn

Global Executive EdD student Azizullah Amir opens first school and university in Afghanistan dedicated to girls and women

November 21st, 2016

SummerTIME

Long-running program focuses on tools needed by aspiring and new college students