Recipients are inducted into the Order of Areté for their contributions to USC student life and community.
The Student View
Graduates to be honored at Doctorate Commencement Ceremony on May 14
PASA student gains insight from role on the Disability Access Team
Exploring opportunities at the Career Fair
A PASA student learns to pay the Trojan Family Spirit forward
Despite recent results that shall go unmentioned, the USC Homecoming game from last month still lingers in my memory.
Because I applied to the USC Rossier School of Education later in the application period, I was worried about getting an assistantship. I knew a majority of my cohort had months to apply for graduate assistantships, whereas I was busy acclimating to the new environment, dealing with coursework and sending out résumés and cover letters…
The true value of networking became apparent to me early on in my grad school career. Since studying at USC Rossier is much more professionally oriented than most undergraduate experiences, everyone you meet in the classroom, at conferences and at your fieldwork site can eventually become your colleague or your boss. My advice would be to intentionally expand your professional network …
This marks the third year of The Student View blog, where Student Ambassadors share their knowledge and experience with fellow and future students. Student Ambassadors are graduate student volunteers who demonstrate enthusiasm for the USC Rossier School of Education and their USC experience as a whole. Ambassadors have a unique opportunity to represent USC Rossier […]
By: Kortnee Love Burrell Have you seen the new Heritage Hall? The new $35 million renovated Heritage Hall is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm, and on Saturdays from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Heritage Hall is one of USC’s oldest buildings and houses many of the university’s athletic trophies and memorabilia worn by some […]