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  1. Giving

    A lasting legacy

    Mary Helen Immordino-Yang named Fahmy Attallah Chair in Humanistic Psychology.

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  2. Alumni Story

    Michelle Hooks MAT ’17 blends STEM to inspire kids

    At NASA, Hooks uses her education background to connect students to real-world science.

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  3. Alumni Story

    San Diego Community College District celebrates a new chancellor

    Values of diversity, equity and inclusion have motivated USC Rossier graduate Carlos O. Cortez PhD ’06 throughout his career as an educator and administrator.

  4. 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.

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  5. Student Story

    Finding a path to higher education and advocating for others

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

  6. 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.

  7. Alumni Story

    Leading by example, from example

    Women leaders in her distinctly male-dominated workplace have deeply inspired Kristine Poblete EdD ’17.

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  8. Student Story

    This Qatar-based Global EdD student is exploring how to embrace change in education while honoring tradition

    As director of Tariq Bin Ziad School, Maha Al Romaihi champions a bilingual curriculum that balances English language skills with a celebration of the Arabic language and Qatar’s culture.

  9. Student Story

    Bringing an online mentality to the medical profession

    How this USC Rossier LDT student is improving continuing education for health care professionals

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  10. Alumni Story

    Discovering the talents in every child

    This alumna’s illustrious career in gifted education took her from LA to the remote villages of Mexico