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  1. Education News

    Celebrating excellence in education: DSAG 2024 Awards Dinner

    Honoring Wesley I. Smith EdD ’05 and four outstanding scholars advancing educational equity

  2. Alumni Story

    Amid the devastation wrought by the Lahaina fire, compassion endures at Maui Prep

    Two USC Rossier doctoral graduates opened their hearts—and the doors of their school—after a deadly wildfire leveled Lahaina and disrupted education for West Maui students.

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  3. Faculty News

    Professor Adrianna Kezar and alum Jordan Harper discuss their new book on leadership in higher education

    In “Higher Education Leadership: Challenging Tradition and Forging Possibilities,” the authors highlight the challenges of neoliberalism and White supremacy and provide insight on new and evolving interdisciplinary leadership approaches to resist and dismantle oppressive systems.

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  4. Faculty News

    A Life Well Lived: John Brooks Slaughter, First Black NSF Director and USC Emeritus Professor, Dies at 89

    The John Brooks Slaughter Center for Engineering Diversity stands as a testament to his commitment to excellence and equity.

  5. Faculty News

    Shaun Harper and Royel Johnson named Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility Visionaries by the Los Angeles Times

    Distinguished honor recognizes leaders from across Southern California for their dedication to equity and advocacy across industries.

  6. Rossier News

    USC Rossier is committed to providing care and compassion during this difficult time

    Message from USC Rossier Dean Pedro Noguera.

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  7. Alumni Story

    Closing the literacy gap

    Rialto USD's transformational journey

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  8. Student Story

    Global EdD student commits to retelling the story of the Alamo—the good, the bad and the ugly

    As executive director of the Alamo Trust, Kate Rogers is putting her research on contested histories into practice.

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  9. Educator Tips

    Democracy Project piloting new curricula with California civics teachers

    Q&A with Robert Medrano EDL ’20, Democracy Project program specialist, on curriculum development