USC Rossier in the Media, October 2018

November 7, 2018

Mentions of USC Rossier faculty and other related news

The New York Times interviewed Julie A. Marsh about the California race for state superintendent. The interview was also featured by NBC News Raleigh affiliate WRAL-TV. (Oct. 29).

The Hechinger Report quoted Ron Avi Astor on bullying-prevention programs. (Oct. 29)

Inside Higher Ed published commentary by Stephen J. Aguilar of the USC Rossier School on understanding the job market. The stress associated with looking for a job is unavoidable, but knowing what the market is—and what it isn’t—can help mitigating some of that stress, he wrote. (Oct. 25)

Education Week featured USC Rossier EdVentures, a program that brings together education and engineering faculty to support startup ed-tech companies. The program is billed as the “first ed-tech innovation hub in Southern California.” (Oct. 24)

The Chronicle of Higher Education quoted Jerry Lucido on leadership of a university’s admissions office, in context of a lawsuit against Harvard University. (Oct. 22)

Voice of America featured research by Shaun R. Harper on a new report about racial equity for Black students at public universities. The report was also featured in The Kansas City Star, San Francisco Gate, The Daily Californian (twice), and CBS News New Orleans affiliate WWL-TV. (Oct. 13)

Inside Higher Ed quoted Adrianna Kezar about an American Association of University Professors analysis of non-tenure track faculty positions. (Oct. 12)

The Washington Post quoted Adrianna Kezar on faculty members asked to head off problems that can derail students. (Oct. 7)

The Root quoted Shaun R. Harper on the hiring of Black professors at universities. (Oct. 2)

KPCC-FM interviewed Jerry Lucido on whether SAT and ACT tests accurately predict college success. (Oct. 2)