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Distinguished USC Rossier professors shift gears
John Brooks Slaughter, Margo Pensavalle and Rudy Castruita announce retirement; Jerome Lucido to become scholar-in-residence
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.
Dean Pedro A. Noguera joins education leaders in a call for action to reduce gun violence
Noguera calls for immediate government action to initiate scientifically-informed steps to reduce gun violence.
Commencement 2022: We are who we teach
USC Rossier’s newest graduates bring optimism, determination and hope for a more equitable future.
A lasting legacy
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang named Fahmy Attallah Chair in Humanistic Psychology.
Building the foundation for economic opportunity
Michèle G. Turner BS ’81, EdD ’14 is blazing a path forward for diverse contracting at USC.
Democracy project to strengthen student civic engagement
New initiative will curate civic education materials to help students achieve California State Seal of Civic Engagement.
Michelle Hooks MAT ’17 blends STEM to inspire kids
At NASA, Hooks uses her education background to connect students to real-world science.
Professor Courtney Malloy PhD ’03 on bridging the gap between research and practice
Effective collaboration between educational researchers and practitioners can help solve intractable problems in our schools and communities.
Professor Jerry Lucido on why race-aware admission policies must be defended
The Supreme Court will soon hear cases on the legality of considering applicants’ race in the additions process, but whatever the ruling, colleges must remain dedicated to their commitments to equity and diversity.