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  1. Student Story

    The future teachers of Los Angeles

    Meet the first class of USC Rossier’s new Teacher Preparation Residency program.

  2. Student Story

    The making of a therapist

    As she built a life in America, international student Amy Henderson found her vocation in USC Rossier’s Marriage and Family Therapy program.

    Featured Faculty

  3. Student Story

    With Veda Ramsay-Stamps MPA ’18 at the helm, the Crenshaw Family YMCA has become an essential community hub

    After a career in public policy took this Global EdD student from Washington, D.C., to Fresno, Calif., Ramsay-Stamps found her way back to the heart of L.A.

    Featured Faculty

  4. Student Story

    Finding a path to higher education and advocating for others

    Danelle Go PASA '22 on her educational journey and representing her heritage.

  5. Student Story

    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.

  6. Student Story

    The Avengers student group aims ‘to create revolutionary change in education’

    These student superheroes are using their special powers to shape the future of education.

  7. Student Story

    Somehow I will be free: Leading and learning while black

    Editor’s note: Darnell Fine is a student in the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program. He was recently selected to join the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s Emerging...

  8. Educator Tips

    Who is most affected by the student loan debt crisis?

    As the student loan debt crisis worsens, formidable gaps between borrowers persist. Approximately 45 million Americans owe money for higher education, with a total balance of around $1.7 trillion. These...

  9. Research

    Scholar’s research into homelessness finds flawed supports for students

    Students experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles are highly mobile, and everywhere.

  10. Student Story

    How gaming and hip-hop can make remote learning more accessible

    When the pandemic hit, I found myself struggling to work in a shared apartment in a loud neighborhood. I put on headphones, and like many students, I searched for instrumental...