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  1. Faculty News

    Huriya Jabbar awarded major grant to explore links between housing policies and school integration and desegregation

    Grant awarded by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) in the Behavioral Sciences.

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  2. Research

    Student Engagement, Exploration and Development college interns celebrated for their STEM mentorship impacts

    This past academic year, 42 SEEDS college interns mentored 450 Leslie and William McMorrow Neighborhood Academic Initiative middle school students.

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  3. Education News

    EdTech Accelerator alums lead the way in integrating AI into educational tools

    Program participants are incorporating artificial intelligence into tools for a range of educational purposes, from tackling inequities in access to improving the classroom experience for students with learning disabilities. 

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  4. Rossier News

    USC Rossier’s Class of 2024 encouraged to keep fighting on

    Family, faculty and staff gather to celebrate USC Rossier’s newest graduates.

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  5. Student Story

    ‘You don’t have to fit in the box that society puts you in’

    USC Rossier alum Mariah Lora MAT '24 shares her academic journey from the basketball court and pageant stage to the classroom and commencement podium.

  6. Rossier News

    Message from Dean Pedro Noguera regarding the USC Rossier Commencement Ceremonies

    The USC Rossier ceremony will proceed as planned. We are excited to host your friends and family and to celebrate your accomplishments.

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  7. Rossier News

    Environmental justice and education: How schools can help foster a sustainable future

    Climate change conference brought together artists, activists, public officials, school board members, higher education leadership, district administrators and teachers to share their commitment to sustaining the environment.

  8. Research

    USC Rossier researchers awarded $1M grant to advance criminal justice prevention research and practice

    During Second Chance Month, USC Rossier professors are making meaningful contributions to criminal justice reform.

  9. Research

    New study finds that Black and Latinx youth online engagement can foster a positive sense of self

    Building on data from a project led by USC Rossier professor Brendesha Tynes, Naila Smith is the lead author of a new research paper that examines how online spaces created by Black and Latinx youth benefit their ethnic-racial identity development.

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