|南加州大学Trojan Family 简讯|
|2022/2/16 10:29:15 ｜ 浏览：1399 ｜ 评论：1|
HERE TO HELP
Four Success Tips for First-Generation Students Navigating College Life and Beyond
Career services specialists offer guidance and resources to business students who are the first in their family to go to college.
FINDING THEIR RHYTHM
Watch USC Student Dance Clubs Bring the Moves — and the Fun — to Campus Life
Students find good vibes and friendships in a vibrant dance community.
These Students Fight Climate Change With Art
See how students use poetry, viola concertos and animated whales to try to wake the world up to climate change.
A Comics Class Gives Student Artists a Creative Outlet to New Worlds
USC art students pen graphic stories during their pandemic time apart that capture adventures in ancient Rome, futuristic robots and more.
The 6 Degrees of August Wilson and USC
Check out these surprising links between the award-winning playwright and the Trojan Family.
2021 USC Alumni Day of SCervice Welcomes Back Trojans After a Year Apart
Volunteers clean up a Santa Monica beach in one of scores of service projects worldwide.
A BLUEPRINT FOR CHANGE
USC Alumna Prioritizes Sustainability and Access as California’s State Architect
As California state architect, Ida Clair ’87 helps set the standard for building sustainability, accessibility and safety.
The Paralyzed Will Walk, the Blind Will See：The Bionics Revolution Is Coming
Electronic eyes, robotic arms and exoskeletons? USC experts meld man（and woman）with machine.
Stunning Virtual Reality Project Takes You to the Arctic — and Into Climate Change
Think caribou in the arctic tundra have nothing to do with you? USC students use immersive technology to explain their urgent message for us all.
UP TO SPEED
A Simple Strategy Helped These Trojans Create an Online Business Success
USC alums put a once-struggling automotive parts company on the fast track. Here’s how they made it work.
CENTURY OF SERVICE
Trojan Knights Share Memories from a Century of Spirit, Service and Stunts
A campus cornerstone, the Trojan Knights mark 100 years of dedication to USC tradition and school spirit.
WALK IN MY SHOES
Tech Can Push Us Apart, but These Games and VR Build Empathy
Meet the digital creators who are using tech to make us feel a little more human.
We Asked for Your Top USC Campus Spots. Here Are Your Faves
The Trojan Family shares favorite hidden gems and secret study nooks on the University Park Campus.
SETTING A NEW BAR
USC Gould Alums Pave the Way for Next Generation of Diverse Law Students
Two longtime friends pair up to create a scholarship for future lawyers following their dreams at the USC Gould School of Law.
AGAINST THE GRAIN
How a USC Architect Turned His Design Talents to Making Innovative Furniture
An architect-turned-woodworker draws inspiration from the natural world.
7 Outstanding Alumni Who Bring Honor to the Trojan Family
The university honors outstanding Trojans at the 87th USC Alumni Awards ceremony.
ARTS IN ACTION
Inclusive Student Projects Make Space for Marginalized Communities
USC students use podcasts, performances and workshops to open public platforms for kids and adults.
Five Ways Artificial Intelligence Promises to Change Our Lives
USC scientists use smart machines to treat and cure disease, build safer cars and much more.
Cute, Innovative Robots Are Coming to Help You Live Your Best Life
USC researchers are testing next-generation droids that can clean, explore and play.
A CALL TO DUTY
World War II Shaped USC History — and the Face of the University
Nearly every corner of campus life transformed as students joined the war effort at home and abroad.
CALL OF DUTY
Veteran and Firefighter Who Saved Countless Lives Struggled to Save His Own
Burdened by tragedy and pain, USC alumnus Michael Washington almost gave up on life. Now he helps other first responders find hope and healing.
Wait. It’s a Bar and It’s a Lab? Yes, and It May Help Unravel the Riddle of Problem Drinking
COVID-19 got people drinking — a lot. USC experts are looking for solutions to the long-term effects of alcohol and their harmful impact.
Art or Science? Dance or Math? USC Students Can — and Do — Choose Both