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June 22nd, 2022

Teaching the teachers: USC Rossier’s Artineh Samkian conducts workshops in research methodology for scholars in Armenia

USC Dornsife’s Institute of Armenian Studies partners with USC Rossier to offer the Research Methodology Workshop Series though the Institute’s Armenia-based USC Tacori Center.

June 1st, 2022
Pedro A. Noguera (Photo/211 Photography)

Dean Pedro A. Noguera joins education leaders in a call for action to reduce gun violence

Interdisciplinary group releases an 8-point violence prevention plan

Posted in Rossier News
May 16th, 2022
Brenden Scott MAT ’22 at 93rd Street Elementary School in Los Angeles. Scott student-taught fourth grade this past year. (Photo/Rebecca Aranda)

How a decorated student-athlete and pre-med major found his way to the classroom

Brenden Scott MAT ’22 discusses his path to education and the surprises and challenges of teaching

Posted in People
May 16th, 2022

Finding a path to higher education and advocating for others

Danelle Go PASA ’22 on her educational journey and representing her heritage

Posted in People
April 18th, 2022
(Photo by Allison Shelley for EDUimages)

Annual education conference takes a deep dive into cultivating education equity

National conference features 68 USC Rossier scholars

Posted in Rossier News
April 11th, 2022
Christopher Emdin

Christopher Emdin to deliver USC Rossier’s 2022 keynote speech

Innovative educator and combiner of science and hip-hop culture to address the graduating class of 2022

Posted in Rossier News
March 31st, 2022
A group of adolescents are in a circle and in discussion against a red, white and blue background.
(Illustration/Sonia Pulido)

Democracy Project to strengthen student civic engagement

New initiative will curate civic education materials to help students achieve California State Seal of Civic Engagement

Posted in Rossier News
March 17th, 2022
Illustration of a student in a science class raising his hand.
(Illustration/Chris Gash)

In the science classroom, agency matters

Students who learn how to advocate for themselves in STEM classes see big benefits—and new research from USC Rossier professor Erika Patall hints that this could be a way to promote student retention.

Posted in Research
March 1st, 2022
The USC Leslie and William McMorrow Neighborhood Academic Initiative kicked off in September 2018 with a red carpet event. (Photo/USC, David Sprague)

NAI Teams Up With USC Rossier for Summer School Math Academy

New collaboration helps students transition from eighth to ninth grade math

February 17th, 2022

Shifting Identity and Finding Grace

Long Beach City College and Pullias Center collaborate on an initiative to provide a new educational horizon to gang-associated youth